Facebook Gets Private (Again)

It seems like after all the outrage over loss of privacy, Facebook has decided to add new privacy features to the site that allow users to keep their information, well private. Once huge bonus in the new features that will be added over the next few weeks is the ability …

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Wired Magazine Hits The iPad

Wired magazines iPad application officially arrived on the iTunes store shelf today. The previously announced digital version of the magazine features several interactive elements such as video and audio files, in addition to much of the same content you would find in the traditional paper version of the magazine. The …

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Watch TechCrunch Disrupt Live

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 participate with the #tcdisrupt hashtag. If you’re on a mobile device, you …

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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 a day when Facebook is revamping their privacy policy and Apple doesn’t …

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Seesmic iPhone App Review

After much ado and months of hype, Seesmic has finally made its way onto the iPhone and it just so happens to be the Lifehacker of all our time consuming social networks. Created as a one stop aggregator of social networks, this app brings everything onto one easy to use …

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