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Twittahoo - Progeny Of Twitter & Yahoo Follows Microhoo Deal

For a long time Yahoo's relevance has been waning on the Internet and in the search field. So much so, that it's considered a bit of a dionsaur by the digerati. To counter this image, Yahoo is stepping up its online presence in the social media space - first with Microsoft, followed by Facebook and now with Twitter. Are they too late to the the social networking party or will the Twittahoo alliance resurrect this Rumpelstiltskin?

Kingston's Super-USB Flash Drive Faster Than A Speeding Bullet

More powerful than a locomotive. Presently unable to leap tall buildings. But none the less, Kingston's Super-Drive is truly a Piranha of a Peripheral. Larger than most PCs on the planet and tinier that an iPod Mini, this USB flash drive comes with 256-gigabytes and can read data at up to 25 megabytes per second.

Google Search Powered By A Bloom Box?

Google has been dabbling in the power industry for quite some time. So much so, I thought they might have had something to share with Obama, when I penned, "Google Could Become Obama's Next Secretary Of Energy." Their experimentation has led them to a relationship with one K.R. Sridhar and a little magic box that is one hot little bloomin' energy source.

Calling All Cars- Toyota's Scion Will Pay You $30 Per Hour To Park?

Last year what seemed like doom and gloom for the automobile industry may all change with the introduction of the first 'vehicle-to-grid' or V2G automobiles rolling off of Toyota's assembly line. After a tumultous setback this past month, Toyota is rebounding from their acceleration problem caused by an electronic throttle malfunction with the introduction of...no, not a talking car that speaks in five languages... a car that will actually pay you for parking it and plugging it into the grid!

Google Buzz Class-Action Lawsuit Could Cause Cloudburst?

The irony that Google threatened to move out of China due to privacy infringment issues underscores a class-action suit filed by a 24-year old Harvard law student and a cadre of Gmail users who feel their privacy was violated with the recent launch of Google Buzz, the search engine's answer to social networking. Even though Google responded quickly to remedy the situation, some feel it was too little to late from a company that consistently makes up its own rules.

P8tch: Velcro Barcodes Scan To Smartphones & Direct To Blogs & Sites!

Barcodes have been appearing in various fashion items recently, but these unique innovations from a company called P8tch aren't attempting to begin a new fashion craze; it's a new way to keep in touch and promote online media.

What The 'Year Of The Tiger' Means For The Chinese, Augmented Reality, Beer & One Sorry Golfer!

According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger which commenced on February 14, 2010 and will end on February 2, 2011. As the third sign of the Chinese Zodiac, tigers are always at their happiest when they endeavor to climb the ladder of success and are rewarded accordingly. These attributes and the timing of  the Year of the Tiger can also apply to an augmented reality application, a beer company and yes, one sorry golfer.

Top Ten 2010 Winter Olympic Gear & Collectibles

Having caught the Olympic fever, everyone is looking to acquire some of the events' hot ticket items (much to the amazement of Christopher Walken). Anything that is officially sponsored by the 2010 Winter Olympics is taking in millions as the official stores and outlets are trying to keep up with the supply. Keepsakes, fashion and winter sports gear make up this year's TOP TEN list of gift items you might want to select for yourself, friends, family members and sport fans.

Jobsket: Job Hunting & Recruitment Site Sets Your Worth

 The number of online job boards are growing exponentially, some already far more popular than others both for job seekers and employers. In order to make their own mark, new job boards need to do something that really sets them apart, and Jobsket in Spain and Ireland is talking figures.

Former Friendster Founder Launches PlacePop

'Location' may be considered social media's Holy Grail. With the smartphone explosion cyber-ventillating exponentially, a new category of social networks have emerged to capitalize on the monetary rewards that have eluded traditional social networks like Twitter. While a good number of Location-based social networks (LBSs) with their check-in functionality and game-like components are filling this void, is there room for latecomers like PlacePop to enter this already crowded field?

Tablet Wars: iPad vs HP Slate vs JooJoo vs Dell Mini 5 vs Archos7 vs Notion Ink Adam

Not since the MP3 Wars of the last decade has there been as much excitement over the launch of a new type of hand-held device. It's a little odd to be talking about the Tablet Wars in advance of these products actually hitting market. - but in today's digital world, that's how fast things are moving. Which makes our job of forecasting a front-runner - a wee bit of a challenge. Pre-orders would be an indicator, but those numbers are being held under close wraps.

Crackberry Addict Alert: Kindle App For Blackberrys

Now you don't have to give up your Crackberry habit to get your 'Kindle On!' Amazon has launched a Kindle Application for Blackberry owners so they too can purchase and read eBooks from the Kindle Library, with just a tap of the finger.

Speed Renting: Avoid Roommate Disasters By Romancing The Relationship

We've all had bad roommates at some time or another; whether it's because your personalities clash in close quarters, they fail to pull their weight with the housework, or they traipse a parade of people through the apartment while you're trying to sleep. Finding a good roommate really takes as much work as matchmaking for a romantic relationship, and that's where Speed Renting comes in.


25 Degrees Celsius: The Cookbook Store Where You Can Try Before You Buy!

 How many times have you found yourself standing in a big-box bookstore mulling over the selection of cookbooks, drooling over the recipes but wondering just how realistic they are to carry out in your own kitchen? If you're like many men and women with culinary interest, you've probably got a cookbook collection and only use a select number of them from which you have a few specific recipes. A new business helps you shop in such a way that you make practical cookbook purchases.

25 Degrees Celsius: The Cookbook Store Where You Can Try Before You Buy!

 How many times have you found yourself standing in a big-box bookstore mulling over the selection of cookbooks, drooling over the recipes but wondering just how realistic they are to carry out in your own kitchen? If you're like many men and women with culinary interest, you've probably got a cookbook collection and only use a select number of them from which you have a few specific recipes. A new business helps you shop in such a way that you make practical cookbook purchases.