Syria goes dark
Syria vanishes from the Net, the Jawbone Up gets a review, and iTunes 11 has arrived.
Early this morning, Syria went offline.
Some more scary news is coming out of Syria early this morning. Apparently the entire country, completely vanishing from the Internet over the course of just a few minutes. According to Renesys, a company that operates a real-time Internet-monitoring grid, all of Syria's IP connectivity has become unreachable.
Today Google has announced the, a maker of coupon programs that tailor to users' behaviors and likes. The company has worked with retailers to design trackable coupons that help gauge their performance and usefulness.
CNET has agoing live today. The Jawbone Up is a health-monitoring electronic bracelet from the earpiece and speaker manufacturer Jawbone. The e-jewelery hooks up to a mobile app and can track your heart rate and sleeping patterns, among other things.
After a bit of a delay, Apple is finally iTunes 11 as an easier program to use with its new "Up Next" song feature, revamped mini player, and simpler search functionality. We'll have a full review of iTunes 11 soon., which features a redesign for the music player/store. Apple is touting
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