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Facebook's new Home software on Android means still more ways to interact with people whom you're not actually with at the time. Is that always a good thing?
A Japanese woman sues Google for emotional distress after images of underwear on her washing line appear on the site.
The Web 2.0 Summit wraps up with conversations about the Internet, politics, renewable energy, and space. Here are videos of onstage talks, courtesy of TechWeb.
The (fabulous) "Communities Dominate Brands" blog points at a Guardian video interview with Arianna Huffington on the future of news journalism. Not too surprisingly, Huffington's take on traditional news reporting is not too rosy - in fact, she predicts
We've offered more than 99 pennies in reward money as a challenge to the first person who can make some e-salt that will stop the snail robots from taking over our planet. Of course, running would probably also work as they are snails.
Personal receiver can monitor all your microclimates on any set.