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Search anonymously on your phone with DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo, the search engine that does not collect any personal information about you, has released apps for iOS and Android.

By June 27, 2013

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Google Map of handgun owners posted online isn't exactly accurate

The Journal News, a local New York paper, decides to post a map of all those who own handguns in the area. Like so much that's online, it contains errors -- massive errors.

By January 28, 2013

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Get the most talked about news stories with NewsWhip

See what's making news on Facebook and Twitter across the globe or in one of 11 countries with this new universal iOS news app.

By January 14, 2013

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First Tim Cook TV interview to air same day as Samsung hearing

A rare interview with Apple's chief executive will air the same day the company heads back to court with rival Samsung.

By November 30, 2012

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How to get started with Mac RSS app MixTab

MixTab is an RSS reader for Macs that adds visual punch.

By March 28, 2012

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Newser takes a shot at news aggregation, forgets blogs

With a slick design and presentation, news aggregation site lets editors select and summarize the top stories of the day.

By August 2, 2007

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Sites that help you find hot topics across the Web

Looking for the next big thing on the Web? These sites will help you find what you're looking for on topics ranging from tech to politics to fashion.

By August 17, 2009

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Murdoch biographer: News Corp. should buy Twitter

Michael Wolff--yep, the guy who said MySpace is for "cretins"--says a good digital acquisition strategy is the company's best hope for staying afloat, and no acquisition is juicier than Twitter.

By March 30, 2009

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Murdoch biographer: MySpace is for '(expletive) cretins'

Media critic Michael Wolff has some pretty blunt things to say about News Corp.'s social network in a BusinessWeek interview about his new Rupert Murdoch bio.

By December 2, 2008

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Should troubled start-ups blame the messenger?

The hyperactive tech press thrives on "newness," but the real story is often whether last year's next big thing is doing well or falling apart.

By July 2, 2008