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Social Media's Revolution 2.0 Crowdsources Street Protests & DDOS Attacks

First coined by the Egyptian Google marketing manager Wael Ghonim, the term "Revolution 2.0" is used to describe the new grass-roots strategies and tactics used by protesters initially in Egypt - but that which became pervasive throughout the entire Middle East Region. In fighting against despotic rule, people were demanding democracy, regime change and a voice in their respective governments.

iPhone Cases Get Saved By The Bell

From Retro Cells comes a way to transform your iPhone into something straight out of an early 1990s classic teen comedy. That's right everyone - Saved By The Bell is back.

Toys For Big Boys - Getting Steamed Isn't Always A Bad Thing

Big or small, boy or girl, some of us just have a fascination with motors and engines, and at MiniSteam.com, enthusiasts can find all of the toy steam engine action they're looking for.

The Writing Really Is On The Wall - Write On Walls And Store The Information

A new partnership allows you to write on walls, and store the information in the format of your choice.

Get Your Java Fix On The Road With The Smart Pot To Go

Mornings can be very chaotic and many of us can’t imagine facing the day without our morning cup of coffee. The Smart Pot To Go Portable Heating Appliance allows you to boil water in your car.  Sure, it sounds pretty dangerous to be boiling water while you are driving your car, but when you’re desperate you take your chances I guess. 

BeeTV Turns Cell Phones Into Tiny TV Sets At A Price That Doesn't Sting

What's all the buzz about BeeTV? Ask the 1.5 million Japanese cell phone users who subscribe to BeeTV's monthly service and watch television on their smartphone screens.

Social Media Cyber Figure 'Sweeping Old Lady' Kicks Up Dust On China's Internet

A mysterious “Sweeping Old Lady” has stormed Chinese social media circles to become the first notable cyber figure of 2011. Quick to share her wisdom with those who work diligently, this virtual charwoman might seem lowly but, as in real life, appearances can be deceptive.

Inexpensive Video-Capable DSLRs Now Used in Big-Budget Productions

DSLR video technology appeals to filmmakers on a budget but the versatility of the cameras make them worthy of large-budget productions as well. More shots taken by DSLRs are appearing on the big screen all the time, and as directors begin to recognize the versatility inherent in DSLRs, we are likely to see more of the compact cameras on movie sets in the future.

Digi-Piggy Bank From Cisco Makes Saving Simpler Than Ever

A twist on the simple piggy bank, the Digi-Piggy by Cisco keeps track of every penny a child saves for a rainy day, all in a cute and clever package.

Social Media Summit When Obama Hit Silicon Valley To Poke Zuckerberg

This year has been a momentous one for the Facebook founder. Having been portrayed in an award-winning movie, satirized in a graphic novel and on SNL, in addition to being named Time's Person of the Year, he's entered a stratosphere most CEOs twice his age haven't been able to achieve. So it's no surprise, that President Obama might want to consider sitting down with the wunderkind to discuss tech innovation and potential job creation.