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Boyfriend Pillow holds you while you watch 'Steel Magnolias'

He's the squishy silent type. The Boyfriend Pillow for lonely ladies brings new meaning to the concept of a stuffed shirt.

By October 16, 2012

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Google picks up Magnolia Broadband's MTD patent portfolio

The company says that Google acquired more than 50 of its patents related to Mobile Transmit Diversity, including those involved in improving network capacity and device battery life.

By June 18, 2012

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Magnolia still down, but not out

Bookmarking service Magnolia is still down, but efforts by users to grab their bookmarks using other services is proving to be successful.

By February 4, 2009

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Webware Radar: Magnolia founder blames self

Social-bookmarking service isn't doing any better since its database server suffered from file corruption. Its founder doesn't expect a situation update until next week.

By February 6, 2009

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Failure Friday: Red Herring, Magnolia, and Pageflakes go dark

Several popular sites went down for various reasons and we sort out the mess.

By January 30, 2009

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Bookmarking service Magnolia opens up its source to all

Company has announced plans to open up its source code for developers and users who want to host a social-bookmarking page on their own site.

By August 22, 2008

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Ma.gnolia as a del.icio.us alternative

I'm trying out Ma.gnolia as an alternative to using del.icio.us to save bookmarks.

By April 23, 2008

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The Open Source CEO: Boris Kraft, Magnolia (Part 6)

The sixth installment in the Open Source CEO Series, this time with Boris Kraft of Magnolia.

By June 20, 2007

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Magnolia Pictures sends DMCA subpoena to Google, YouTube

blog Once again, copyright holders are trying to unmask who uploaded a potentially infringing video clip to YouTube.

By March 7, 2007

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Solar panel maker Stion to create 1,000 Miss. jobs

The Magnolia State will get a thin-film solar manufacturing plant as part of a state deal that includes a $75 million loan.

By January 5, 2011