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News 22 April 2013

• Most Earth-Like Alien Planet Discovered (Mashable) • Earnings: Microsoft Dead? Hardly (The Var Guy) • PSA: Ignore the news (Mashable) • Hiring Experts Reveal Resume Pet Peeves (Mashable) • The problem with Metro (OS News) • Watch: LG’s Men’s Room Experiment Prompts ‘Stage Fright’ (Mashable) • FBI Criticizes Internet Vigilantes in Boston Case (Mashable) … Continue reading

News: 20 Feb 2013

• Kim Dotcom’s Mega to Expand Into Secure Email, Chat, Video, Mobile (Mashable) • Blackberry 10, new devices officially launched (OS News) • Is our universe doomed to reach an unstoppable end? (BBC) • Twitter Archives: A Window on Social Media’s Rise and My Past (Mashable) • 3D-printing pen turns doodles into sculptures (New Scientist) … Continue reading

Happy New Year 2013

A happy New Year to all our readers, followers and casual visitors. Thanks for staying with us. May you have a happy and successful 2013. The Editors

News: Everything Express 2012 in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 89,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that … Continue reading

News 27 Dec 2012

The Problem With Windows 8 (Mashable) Antarctic lake project called off (BBC) Science Fiction Dreams That Came True in 2012 (Mashable) US ‘heading over fiscal cliff’ New (BBC) Harvard Scientist Proposes Refreezing Arctic to Prevent Global-Warming Disaster (Mashable) ‘Boxing Day record’ for web retail (BBC) How ‘Doctor Who’ Kept Its Big Christmas Secret Off Twitter … Continue reading

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New Law Prohibits Loud Commercials Meet the Guy Who Took a Census of Middle-Earth NASA Video Proves the End of the World Isn’t Coming Soon Microsoft Says You’re Getting Used to Windows 8 Social Media: The Newest Designer Drug North Korea Satellite Is ‘Tumbling Out of Control’ All stories taken from Mashable.

News 03Oct 2012

• Supreme Court Says Congress May Re-Copyright Public Domain Works (Mashable) • RIM expected to lose subscribers for the first time (OS News) • Facebook auto-liking posts for users? (G-Hacks) • Sorry, Windows 8 Is Not Going to Save the PC Industry (Mashable) • New Kindle Fires ad-supported (OS News) • Windows 8 desktop mode, … Continue reading

News 24 Aug 2012

• Mars Rover Landing Site Named for Sci-Fi Icon Ray Bradbury (Mashable) • Microsoft adds short animation to ease users into Metro (OS News) • Wi-Fi on Donkeys? Biblical Tourist Park Says Why Not (Mashable) • Antarctica warming ‘not unique’ (BBC) • HP Reports $9 Billion Loss (Mashable) • Curiosity Lays Its First Tracks on … Continue reading

News: Tim Berners-Lee Tribute at Olympic Opening

A worthy tribute was made to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the worldwide web, at Friday’s opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games. Show director Danny Boyle chose to honour Sir Tim as the creator of the information revolution, successor to the Industrial Revolution of the first part of the show.  Amid the musical … Continue reading

News 27 July 2012

Athletes light up Olympic Games(BBC) Day in the Life of a Future Facebook Phone (Mashable) Valve: “Windows 8 a Catastrophe for Everyone” (OMGUbuntu) Cybersecurity Bill Inches Closer to Passing (Mashable) Romney faces press backlash in London (BBC) Facebook: Sponsored Stories Make $1 Million a Day (Mashable)

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• Politics of piracy study confirms copyright infringement is big business (BBC) • Android Shines In 4.1 Jelly Bean Update reviewed (Mashable) • Nokia has a “contigency plan” if Windows Phone 8 fails (OS News) • Tip of a finger – Mobile internet removes Africa’s barrier to seamless business (BBC) • Giant Black Hole to … Continue reading

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