Month: April 2011

Gaming
Mobile

Angry Birds Launching To Windows 7

Good news for all you people with Windows 7, coming May 25th to a phone near you is the ever so popular Angry Birds. If you’ve been holding out on getting a Windows 7 mobile device because of its absence of the flying birds than worry no more. Now you’ll be able to play this […]

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Social Media

The Hectic Life of a Social Media Manager

Being a Social Media Manager has it’s ups and downs. There are a lot different areas that they have to be knowledgeable in. One of the obvious issues for them is that the internet is always on, and always expanding…it just never ends. Have you ever wondered about the tasks and duties of your average […]

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World Wide Web

Map of the Internet

Have you ever wondered how the internet gets around? Meaning, which route it takes. Peer 1 Hosting has put together a really cool graphic of just that. Just how far does your information travel before it arrives on the screen in front of you?   [source]

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Journalism
Videos

The Most Insane Police Chase This Year

This looks like it could be something straight out of the forth coming Grand Theft Auto. By no means is this your “ordinary” police chase. For starters, it involves an 18-wheeler loaded with lumber. If that weren’t enough, the wood goes up in flames after the rear tire is blown out, and a lit tire […]

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Facebook
Twitter

Terror Alert System Coming To Twitter & Facebook

The government will soon be implementing a new tool in it’s effort to inform the public of possible terrorist actions. The system that was designed after 9/11 will be shelved for a more modern one using the likes of Twitter and Facebook. The new system, which will roll out April 28th, will have only two […]

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Journalism

How Local News Consumption Goes Mobile

Where we get our news is changing quite a bit. What started as gab at the local feed shop is now instantly in our hands. Once delivered by local newspapers, then through the airwaves via radio and TV and of course most recently the internets. But increasingly we are getting our news now on-the-go. With […]

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YouTube

YouTube Now Offering Live Streaming Video

As of Monday it is now possible to watch select partners of YouTube live just as you would your good old television. For example, you can watch the DLF IPL 2011 Indian Premier League Cricket matches. You can even watch a safari live today as it takes place at 3:30 PM Central African Time (9:30 AM Eastern […]

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Apple
Mobile

9 Reasons Not To Buy An iPhone 5

With rumors swirling around about when the iPhone 5 will be released (June, at WDC?) and what features it might have (better camera, no home button, bigger screen, better resolution, new design?) there are many people who will be camped out to get it the moment they can. Thanks to Frankie over at MacTrast we […]

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Uncategorized

Google Is Getting Primed For A Cloud Music Service

Recently there has been quite a stir over a possible music service from Google. While details have been slim, there has been quite a bit of speculation. Amongst all this hubbub, Google has gone and registered the following domain names: GoogleBass.com, GoogleAlto.com, GoogleSoprano and GoogleTenor.com along with GoogleNebula.com, GoogleThunder.com and GoogleLightning.com. Now if those don’t seem […]

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Social Media

Do You Need a Social Media Detox?

Being connected through social media can be a great thing, but sometimes we rely on it too much. Might it be a good idea for you to take a step back and “detox” yourself from all your connections? [source]

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