Monthly Archives: January 2011

MSI’s GT680 gaming laptop reviewed: potent at 720p, some battery life too

MSI is calling this GT680R the world’s fastest gaming laptop. Spoiler alert — it’s not — but if you drop $1,650 to nab one starting this week, you’ll certainly be getting some bang for those bucks. Trusted Reviews and Hot … Continue reading

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ShareThis Now On 1 Million Websites, Appoints Former Yahoo Marketer As CMO

ShareThis, which you may be familiar with thanks to all the buttons online publishers worldwide have been plastering on their sites to lure you into spreading their content, is now live at roughly 1 million websites, aggregately reaching more than … Continue reading

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CCleaner Network Edition now available to help admins keep their PCs tidy

CCleaner is one of our favorite utilties, and it’s a great way to keep computers free of unwanted temporary files and registry clutter both at home and at the office. It does, however, lack certain features which LAN administrators demand … Continue reading

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Study shocker! Mobile users piddle around on the internet while watching TV

Shocker of shockers, folks: people do more than just watch TV when they’re watching TV. A study of over 8,000 willing individuals from Nielsen and Yahoo recently discovered that some 86 percent of mobile internet users tinker around on their … Continue reading

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Next PS3 update rumored to add ‘Online Saving’ for PlayStation Plus users

Say it with us, finally a PS3 firmware update that actually does something useful! We’ve grown so accustomed to Sony refreshing the software on its console just to spite jailbreakers that we almost started to believe that’s all the word … Continue reading

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Study shocker! Mobile users piddle around on the internet while watching TV

Shocker of shockers, folks: people do more than just watch TV when they’re watching TV. A study of over 8,000 willing individuals from Nielsen and Yahoo recently discovered that some 86 percent of mobile internet users tinker around on their … Continue reading

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Facebook to empower its massive mobile platform with HTML5

Facebook, which now has 125 million active iPhone and Android users, will set its focus on the mobile part of its platform this year. CTO Bret Taylor, speaking at the Inside Social Apps conference, said that emphasis will be on … Continue reading

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GNOME 3 website now live, tries a bit too hard to be cool, looks like Unity

New, clean-and-simple HTML5 websites are obviously in this week: GNOME, one of the most popular desktop environments for Linux, has just released a new website to celebrate the features of version 3, which will be released in April. With phrases … Continue reading

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On Rdio [Lifechanger]

In the last 30 days, I’ve easily discovered more great new music than I have in the last decade, and have listened to the iTunes equivalent of at least $700 in music for the cost of a CD. More » Source: … Continue reading

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Anonymous on UK Arrests: This Means War

“Dear UK government,” the ominous letter begins. “It has come to our attention that you deemed it necessary to arrest five of our fellow anons for their participation in the DDoS attacks against PayPal, Mastercard, and others, that have been … Continue reading

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