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PayPal Security Keys just hastle users even more

PayPal can’t seem to get a break. Because it is the main payment method of eBay, there are always tons of people trying to hack into the system and exploit flaws. Now, we understand that there shouldn’t be any flaws in the first place, but people shouldn’t be trying to steal other’s identities either. So here is a step that ...

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The update on MySpace

By now everyone in the world knows all about MySpace, and everyone and their mom has one in America. It was cool back when you were a freshman in high school, but once you get out of that stage then its time to either delete it altogether or keep it but dont be completely obsessed over it. It is a ...

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Get Human and cut out the automated prompts

Everyone hates calling customer service. Believe it or not, it wasn’t always like this. There was a time when calling for support was created by a human with a brain instead of a prompt with an automated menu. We miss the golden days of person to person conversation, and so does Get Human. Get Human has a list of frequently ...

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New pink Meebo, getting girls to use something other than AIM

That infamous color pink… it makes guys make sure that they choose a very different color scheme, but it always seems to draw the female crowd in. The leading Web 2.0 instant messaging client Meebo has just added a pink theme to its increasingly popular application. Meebo allows users to make their own Meebo account and tie in each of ...

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DigitalXtractions creates Ultimate Outdoor Webcam

Webcams can now join the list of gadgets that can be solar-powered. DigitalXtractions just came out with the Ultimate Outdoor Webcam, also called SCIRC t1, which comes with solar-power and internet connection capabilities. There are optional solar panels you can buy to get your energy from the sun, so you can webcam and tan at the same time; you know ...

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NetCafe frenziness will push up Asus sales by 50%

Asus currently takes up 1/3 of the world’s computer motherboard market, and they have been doing that by striving to expand the market themselves. At a press conference on Friday, Asus indicated that they would join forces with intel (not AMD), they even projected that their sales will increase by another 50% in 2007, if they manage to meet their ...

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Opera for the Wii is released in public beta

The networking capabilities of the Wii are slowly falling into place. The Opera browser specially designed for the Nintendo Wii has been released in public beta. You can now download the browser for free (because it’s beta), and later it will cost you some Wii points. Opera seems to be making some excellent business decisions lately, with removing the cost ...

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Mozilla releases Firefox 2.0.0.1 with security & Vista updates

Mozilla has released an update for the best browser in the world: Firefox! The update version is 2.0.0.1 and as you might guess by this minute version change, not too much has visibly changed in the browser. There have been some security updates that fix some bugs Firefox has. The update has also added Microsoft Vista support (save for a ...

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Watch movies on your phone on the train from the DVD at home

Ok we know that you can stream videos on your XBOX360 off your PC in your bedroom. Bill Gates digs that. We know that you can access your home PC via your PC at the office. How about controlling your PC on your phone and stream videos? Sounds like a dream eh. If you happen to live in Japan, you ...

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Catch up with the Abacus Smart Watch

With people these days flipping out if they cant know their favorite teams score or the latest stock reports, the Abacus Smart Watch takes care of them by providing up to date information and never leaving their side. Whats different about this watch from all the other watches on the market is that it has internet connectivity and can receive ...

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