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Justin Timberlake Buys a Stake in Myspace
If he can bring sexy back, why not Myspace? It’s been revealed that Justin Timberlake was a significant financial backer of Wednesday’s $35 million dollar acquisition of Myspace by digital advertising firm Specific Media from former parent News Corp. Timberlake, who played Napster founder and Fac…
The Google+ Project Takes Aim at Facebook [VIDEO]
After several prior failed attempts to challenge social media behemoth Facebook, Google introduced a new service on Tuesday that it hopes will finally do the trick.
Called the Google+ project, it’s currently only available to a select group of Google users — they’ll soon be able to invite others — an…
Can a T-Shirt Charge Your Cell Phone Battery? [VIDEO]
Being out and about and having your cell phone battery die has to be one of the most irritating first-world problems in existence.
What if you could avoid it simply by wearing the right shirt? That’s what UK mobile phone company Orange is striving for.
Can Your Facebook Photos Cost You a Job?
The age of Big Brother is truly upon us.
Last week the Federal Trade Commission approved a company called Social Intelligence, which touts itself as a modern way for firms to screen potential employees.
10 Awesome TV Remote Controls for Father’s Day
Is there any home accessory more fought-over than the remote control? TV-loving dads have long had to establish that they are masters of their domain by commandeering the clicker from the kids.
But why should fathers settle for a remote that just changes the channels when they can have one that also …
Nintendo Shows Off New Touch Screen Controler
Nintendo announced their new controller yesterday called the Wii U. You can see a video of it here.  It's similar to an IPad for the Wii with a 6.2 inch touch screen.  Also equipped with a camera and video camera that lets you share things to the TV instantly through the Wii.  AND it's compatible wi…
Tennessee Makes Sharing Netflix Passwords Illegal
As of July 1, it will be a crime in the state of Tennessee to use somebody else's login information on sites like Netflix and Rhapsody.
While the legislation is primarily aimed at hackers who steal and sell passwords in bulk, the bill's sponsor Rep...

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