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The Web site Is It Old? tells you how many times a link has been shared on Twitter.
The Web giant makes changes to bring the most recent Web content to its search results, a move that affects about 35 percent of all searches.
Newly disclosed e-mails reveal "a disturbingly close relationship" between the White House, campaign donors, and wealthy investors relating to Solyndra, say congressional Republicans.
Tired of speculation about when, exactly, the iPhone 5 and its iOS 5 operating system will appear? No? Well, we've got a couple more clues for you then, you incurable gadget freak.
When Steve "The Audiophiliac" Guttenberg tells us he has ideas for the 404 Podcast, we listen. We invited him to sit down with us today to talk about Netflix splitting in half, which "high-end" audio manufacturers are making impossible claims about their products, and the headphones that just earned Steve's award for "Worst-Sounding Audio Ever."
At TechCrunch Disrupt, a Silicon Valley startup demonstrates a service that links groups looking for inexpensive farm-fresh meat and produce with the farmers producing the wares. Already, thousands have signed up.
A number of Android smartphones and tablets are expected to arrive at Verizon's doorsteps over the next few months. Things get under way in a big way with five releases in September alone.
Facebook is in hot water over privacy again after quietly turning on face recognition so that it can suggest tags for your photos.
Step aside, "best by" date. The risk of buying spoiled meat could be further diminished with a new sensor film from the Fraunhofer Research Institution.
After stumbling with its first Android offerings, Sony Ericsson hopes to shake things up in 2011 with striking hardware, current software, and even a PlayStation phone.