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Droolr makes your gadget wish lists pretty

New gadget-grazing site Droolr is giving users a way to discover hot new gadgets, although it comes up a bit short in the usefulness department.

By February 3, 2010


Trendsmap maps Twitter trends in real-time

Trendsmap is a new Twitter trend tracking service that sticks tweets onto an interactive map. How does it stack up against other trend tracking services though?

By September 21, 2009


Beat My Price crowd sources price comparisons

Find good deals using the wisdom of the crowd with Beat My Price, a new site from the same folks who brought us BugMeNot and PDFmeNot.

By November 11, 2008


Google reveals Chrome extensions plan

Today, Google's Web browser can't be customized with extensions, but the company has published details of its plan to add the ability.

By December 1, 2008


RetailMeNot makes finding online coupons less annoying

Make coupons social with RetailMeNot.

By March 17, 2008


PDFMeNot lets users click PDF links without fear (or Acrobat)

Don't dread clicking PDF links. Make it better with PDFMeNot, a free service that turns those PDFs into simple Flash documents.

By February 12, 2008


BugMeNot pesters onward

When BugMeNot.com, a site that lets surfers circumvent registration forms, went down last...

By August 23, 2004


Movement to end "registration required"

Movement to end "registration required"

By August 22, 2005


Broadband Surf Report: March 10

What looks good in broadband news for March 10.

By March 10, 2005