Slices for Twitter makes your timeline a lot more manageable, and added discovery tools make it a great app to have for any avid Twitter user.
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Dubbed “Park Bench,” the new series will follow actor Steve Buscemi as he soaks up the sites and citizens of New York City.
A classroom experiment in Russia reminds us that science isn't for the faint of heart. But don't worry, no students were actually harmed in the making of this chemistry lesson.
If you're looking for a blender that can replace a lot of your small appliances without breaking the bank, you can't go wrong with the reasonably priced Ninja Ultima.
The $35 credit-card-sized computer, designed for hobbyists, developers, and students, is a basically a small motherboard outfitted with its own CPU and a variety of ports.
A new Microsoft corporate Web site shares some facts about the company, ranging from the number of Windows Phone apps to the amount of pizza consumed by employees annually.
"We're lowering prices for S3 by 24 percent to 27 percent in all regions," says Andy Jassy, senior VP of Amazon Web Services; he also knocks old-guard tech rivals.
The free Slices for Twitter app helps you make the Twitter accounts you follow more manageable, dividing them up into categories.
When the app is no longer enough, turn to the real-life Fruit Ninja for much more graphic images of fruit meeting its maker at the hands of a sword-wielding ninja.
It's a brave new world out there. Two familiar foods packaged in two unfamiliar ways. Not for the weak of heart.