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The software that points 'gaydar' at Facebook

Two MIT students believe they've created software that looks at profiles and can declare with some certainty the sexual orientation of the Facebook member.

By September 23, 2009


Loaded: Facebook gaydar

Sony Ericsson releases motion-censored earbuds, Google Earth makes you an oceanographer, and how to tell someone's sexual orientation over Facebook. Or maybe how not to do that?

By September 22, 2009


Google pulls 'Is My Son Gay?' Android app

App is removed after gay rights advocacy groups complain that app is offensive.

By October 6, 2011


The 404 753: Where Cookie Crisp killed our mojo (podcast)

Is Internet porn causing men to emotionally detach from their partners in real life and instead form mental bonds with adult stars? Sparked by an article in NY Mag, The 404 asks the hard questions on today's podcast episode.

By February 8, 2011


The 404 433: Where we're a bit slow on the uptake

When Jeff's away, the boys (and one girl) will play!

By September 28, 2009


Week in review: Keeping the Internet open

The FCC chief has a plan for Net neutrality, while Microsoft works on tablet prototypes. Also: flat-screen TV energy efficiency, or lack thereof.

By September 25, 2009