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Rite In The Rain: Notebooks Sustain Through Rain And Tearful Journal Entries

You might think that a notebook is a notebook; after all, what can a company really do to make paper with a cover unique, right? Well, Rite in the Rain doesn't agree with that sentiment since their main project line takes notebooks to a place they've just never been.

Google Toilet Paper Rolls Out Real-Time Wipes

This week Google bought a power plant and manufactured their first smartphone, the Nexus One. Granted, Google is ubiquitous, but who would of thought that Google would eventually find its way into our bathrooms.

Google vs Apple Smackdown - Fighting Out Of Their Element, The Gloves Are Off

In a recent blog, titled "The Secret Wars of Google & Apple..." there was inference that both Google and Apple were being secretive about their soon-to-be launched tablet and netbook this Spring. The term 'war' was used loosely to highlight how the two companies fight hard to keep their products under wraps before releasing any news to the public. As reticent as they both are in that regard, Apple and Google can be most cantankerous when pitted against each other. Watch as the Titans of Technology take each other on in uncharted waters.

Esloultimo: Store in Spain Lets Consumers Take Products for a Test Drive

Everyone loves to try things before they buy them, but so rarely is there the opportunity to really check things out in a non-pressure situation, without commissioned salespeople starring over your shoulder trying to convince you to by. This is where the trend of tryvertising came from, and now there's an actual business that's opened in Spain with this sole purpose.


MyFord Technology Allows Social Networking To Really Go Mobile

Fords That Facebook, Tauruses That Tweet, SUVs That Search The Internet!  Social Network going mobile just took on a whole new meaning. When you think of social networking going mobile, you think of location-based and geolocation apps developed for smartphones.

Think Before You Drink: Fecal Matter Found In Sodas From Fountain Dispensers

Sometimes, it's tough to be the messenger, but in the interest of your considerably valued well-being, I feel I have to share the results of this study...

Is "Mashable" Cashable?

His name is Cashmore, but is his company cashable? Might Mashable, the number one Social Media Blog in the world entertain an offer from AOL? Already having acquiring Endgadget but having lost its high-techie appeal over the years, AOL needs something like Mashable to distinguish itself in the social media space - a territory that has up till now eluded them.

Kindle, Sony, Nook vs Apple, Google, Microsoft - One Trick Ponies vs Multimedia Devices

Now that Microsoft is reportedly going to show off their own slate/tablet computing device, the eReader vs Multimedia device "game" is on! eReaders like Amazon's Kindle, Barnes and Noble's Nook and Sony's Readers are fine for 'reading,' but if you want to multi-task, you'll find they come up short every time. Apple's soon-to-be released iSlate/ tablet and Google's reported launch of a netbook, coupled with Microsoft, could initiate a technological shift as to which type of device is going to take center stage.

24 Karat Gold Pencils Make Great Gifts, Prove Your Precious Mettle

Pencils plated with 24K gold by Korean designer Daisung Kim not only make impressive gifts, they show the recipient you've got the write stuff!

Top Kindle, Nook & Sony eReaders' Product Comparison Reports

With the heightened popularity of hand-held devices in 2009, eReaders took the number one spot as  the top gift item this past holiday season. And it appears even with the soon-to-be released Apple iSlate and the proposed Google Netbook nothing is going to stop Amazon's Kindle, Barnes and Noble's Nook and Sony's Readers from continuing to battle it out for market share.

Lady Data Site: Crowd-Sourced Biz Helps Clueless Men Decipher Women

It's no secret that many men are still clueless when it comes to dealing with women, and that doesn't discount those in long-term relationships and marriages. Lady Data Site by DonQ helps men unlock the secrets that separate men from women.


Footprint's Real-Time Web Stats Outdoes Google Analytics

While Google Analytics is ubiquitous for tracking Web site traffic, it lacks in real-time analytics.  Similar to how real-time search escaped Google's grasp until it's recent partnership deals with Twitter and Facebook, the grand-daddy of search engines hasn't yet been able to put its collective brain trust around real-time web stats.

Are Mayors & Freebies Enough For Foursquare To Square Off With Twitter & Facebook?

Foursquare, the young-upstart, game-like location-based social network has gained a lot of traction not only for its unique geolocation services, but also from the 'freebies' Mayors can obtain competitively on its API. 2010 is going to be the year of geo-targeting and unless Twitter and Facebook make their move and out maneuver the little guy, Foursquare may dominate the world of location-based commerce.

Top Social Media IPO Contenders

With the economy rebounding, is there any surprise that the world of social media might be primed to take a run on the stock markets? While a 140 banks were forced to close in '09, 140 characters became the digerati's new mantra. Where were you when Google and Apple went public? Sitting on the sidelines? Might be time to keep your ear to ground and listen to the growing digital drumbeats signifying that IPOs could be right around the bend.

Slappy Cakes: Patrons Create Their Own Pancakes At Their Tables

Typically when you go to a restaurant, you have the expectation that you'll receive service; but Slappy Cakes is trying a different format that's been applied to Japanese food in the past, and is now being introduced to breakfast.