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disrupt on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference kicked off today and as I type 1,780 people are watching live. Click on the video above to tune in. You can also watch by following this link and…

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Google: As Open as They Claim?

Google hit us hard at the I/O conference; they want to keep everyone buzzing about not only the Android, but the benevolent concept of open source. Google even keeps a a blog dedicated to the idea, but in…

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Shrek Interactive Storybook Available For iPad and iPhone

iStoryTime and Dreamworks Animation have made so you can take a little piece of the newest Shrek movie Shrek Forever After off the big screen and onto your iPhone or iPad.  The companies a have created an interactive…

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TV Meets Web. Web Meets TV – Google TV Announced

Announced today in partnership with electronics giants Sony, Logitech and Intel, Google has unveiled a new product that aims to fully integrate television and the internet. It’s not the first time TV and the web have crossed paths,…

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Google vs Apple: The iTunes Competitor

If there’s one thing we’ve learned at Google’s I/O conference the past couple days, it’s that Google and Apple are still at each other’s throats in downright war. The Google I/O side of the battle started with snarly…

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Barnes & Noble Announce New Self-Publishing Service “PubIt!”

While it’s already possible for indie writers to self-publish through Amazon, Barnes & Noble – the world’s biggest “physical” retailers – have just announced plans for a new self-publishing service called PubIt! The move is sure to fire…

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Borders Releases $149 Kobo eReader

Borders is set to challenge the Apple iPad, Amazon.com’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook with their own low cost e-reader, the new $149 Kobo. The Kobo, like the Kindle, is a light-weight device with a 6 inch…

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Apple and Adobe Lock Horns Over Flash

Following months of criticism from developers over Apple’s decision to shun Flash support from its mobile devices, Steve Jobs has hit-back at Adobe in an essay posted recently on the Apple website. Escalating the row between the two…

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