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The website has only been available to the public for a little over a month, but it's already gaining attention among tech elite.
Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake has released a new augmented-reality location-discovery app that works like a crowd-sourced version of Google's Field Trip (now available in Australia).
Frances Bean Cobain issues a press release after her mother takes to Twitter to declare she will shoot former Nirvana member Dave Grohl. She accuses him of having unclean intentions toward her daughter.
Remember those rubber-soled shoes you wore along with your flannel shirt? Now you can stick them in the side of your computer.
The Left-Handers Club suggests that with the iPhone 4's alleged left-handed issues, Apple should hire some left-handed designers.
Harlequin Books becomes the first non-Japanese publisher to enjoy its books on the Nintendo DS. The interactive features seem certain to create a new experience in every home and love hotel.
In blog post, Krist Novoselic, one of the founders of Nirvana, defends the antipiracy and file-sharing opinions of the U2 frontman.
The finalists for the Tweance, a seance via Twitter with selected dead celebrities, include some predictable corpses. But they also include William Shakespeare.
Just in time for Halloween, a brilliant psychic is holding a Tweance. On October 30, you will be able to tweet your favorite dead stars. And they may just tweet back.
The new DreamScreen tablet from HP looks like what everyone wants from Apple at first glance. Until we dig deeper and find out it may be what nobody wants. The music publishers also seem like they're full of stupid too wanting to get a performance right