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Windows Phone 7 US Launch An Apparent Success

By Aaron Allen / November 9, 2010

–  It looks as though Microsoft can breathe a sigh of relief. It doesn’t appear that the Windows Phone 7 is going to be an outright flop here in the States. Initial reports suggest that demand has been strong for the first batch of Windows Phone 7 devices following yesterday’s US launch with one phone […]

Google Offering Free Holiday Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi

By Aaron Allen / November 8, 2010

–  This holiday season, Google Chrome has teamed up with AirTran Airways, Delta, and Virgin America to offer free Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi on every domestic flight from November 20, 2010 through January 2, 2011. Google opted to only provide this to airlines that have outfitted their entire domestic fleet with Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi. Just bring […]

Skyfire For iPhone Overload

By Aaron Allen / November 4, 2010

– Just a day after launch, Skyfire has been pulled from iTunes, amid overwhelming consumer demand. In a post to the company blog, Robert Oberhofer, product management director at Skyfire, said the Skyfire app would be “sold out” until the company could get its “capacity in line with the incredible demand.” “Skyfire for iPhone has […]

Egyptian Anti-Facebook Campaign

By Aaron Allen / October 30, 2010

–  Alarmed by opposition groups using Facebook to network, the Egyptian government has launched a propaganda campaign warning people away from the site. One group, of more than 100,000, uses Facebook to lobby Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohammed ElBaradei to run for president. Understanding the impact Facebook now has on Egypt’s political life, the state-run […]

Sony Walkman Demise

By Aaron Allen / October 28, 2010

–  The Associated Press reports that Sony made a surprise annoucement that it has ceased production and sale of the iconic Walkman personal cassette playe. Reports about the demise of the Sony Walkman might be premature. Sony is only ceasing production of the 30-year-old portable music player in Japan, but it will still be available […]

WikiLeaks The Iraq War Logs

By Aaron Allen / October 23, 2010

– At 5pm EST Friday 22nd October 2010 WikiLeaks released the largest classified military leak in history. The 391,832 reports (‘The Iraq War Logs’), document the war and occupation in Iraq, from 1st January 2004 to 31st December 2009 (except for the months of May 2004 and March 2009) as told by soldiers in the […]

New Website to Lead the Reusables Revolution

By Aaron Allen / October 14, 2010

–, the pioneer in the reusables movement, today announces the launch of its brand-new site, Over the past decade, brought the plastic bag pandemic to national attention and is now leading a reusables revolution to educate consumers about living a life of more conscious consumption. “More and more people are interested in […]

White House Residence To Go Solar

By Aaron Allen / October 13, 2010

–  The move to power the first family’s residence with solar energy is part of an Energy Department effort to portray solar power as reliable and accessible. Plans to install solar panels and a solar hot water heater on the roof of the White House residence were announced last week by Energy Secretary Steven Chu […]

Play Movies On Wii

By Aaron Allen / October 11, 2010

Discover How to Play Movies on Nintendo Wii Quickly – An online look up for the words “play movies nintendo wii” reveals internet websites that could support the installation of modchip so as to unblock the disguised wii system dvd playback. Nonetheless picture this– many of the wii system addicts will not support modchip installation. […]

Facebook Share Button

By Aaron Allen / October 9, 2010

Adding Facebook “Share” Button To Your Website – The language of websites is called HTML. It is a common acronym which stands for HyperText Markup Language. It basically consists of different codes that are responsible in producing web contents. It may be hard to create HTML codes you can use for your website. But we […]

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