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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.

Top Ten Video Spoofs Including 'The Situation' vs 'The iPad'

You gotta love spoofs. When the familiar become the object of schadenfreude*, it usually allows us to laugh at something that was taken way too serious. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, spoofing should be accepted for taking pot shots at people, places and things that sometimes we just love to hate.. And today's crop of TOP TEN Video Spoofs are exceptional additions to this popular genre.

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.

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?

Put Google And Bing Maps Up Against Each Other With DualMaps

Bing provides a very similar service to Google Maps, and if you want to compare the two of them side-by-side, DualMaps is definitely the way to go.

Microsoft Announces Windows Phone 7 Along With Xbox Live For Mobile

Windows 7 Phone is set to become the new standard of putting videos games on mobile phones.

The Tputh Is Out There: Social Media News For Techies

How do you discern what's important, and what's being talking about the most?  Tputh is trying to answer that question by offering a social media aggregator based on tech news.

Get Your Olympic Fix With NBC's Fantastic Site

If you find yourself with Olympic fever, but can't find the time to watch all the events that you love, fear not. NBC has created a website that will bring you all the coverage you could ever desire without the hassel of having to be in front of your television until 4 a.m.

YouTube Tries Its Hand At Finding Music You Like

YouTube has created what they're calling "YouTube Disco" as a project to find music videos that are similar to the artist you search for.

Kevin Smith & His Not So 'Silent Bob' Tweets About Southwest Airlines

Since the viral rant of "United Airlines Breaks Guitars" hit the airwaves last year, no other airline has caught as much negative press in Twitterville. That was prior to the boarding of a plane by the heavy-weight director Kevin Smith of "Clerks" and "Dogma" fame. With his frenzied condemnation of Southwest Airlines this past weekend, once again it shows how an airline brand can be demonized with a few simple tweets (well maybe not "a few," because as a result of this controversial director's girth, he has tweeted close to a hundred times in the last 24 hours).