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9 Twitter Userscripts

After the success of the IMDB userscripts article we thought it would be nice to write another one that reviews some of the best Twitter userscripts out there. Now, userscripts can be […]

Post to multiple accounts with Gwibber

Do you microblog to multiple accounts but find yourself posting the same thing to each account? If so it can be a hassle to log into each site or open up each […]

TweetMyPC 2.0 Update Released

We reviewed the first public release of TweetMyPc not long ago, The software program allowed the user to send a Twitter command to a PC running the software which would either initiate […]

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Do you use Twitter?

Twitter is a service which really baffles me. It is an absolute killer idea, but I am still astounded by the volume of traffic it has. I find it very useful for […]

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Schedule future tweets with Twuffer

If you use Twitter personally or as an organization, you might want the ability to post tweets for publication in the future, or schedule a number of them. You might not be […]

Flickr To Twitter Poster

If you want to post an image from your Flickr account as a status message on Twitter you need to do quite a few things to accomplish the task. First you log […]

TwitSaver Twitter Screensaver

Of all the currently released Twitter screensavers Twitsaver is definitely one of the more interesting ones. Unlike Twitter Screensavers like Flitter or TwittEarth that concentrate on the locations and messages that are […]

How To Go Discount Hunting On Amazon

Did you know that it is possible to go discount hunting on all Amazon websites? It actually is pretty easy to search for discounts on Amazon, and this guide explains how you […]

How To Coordinate Multiple Amazon Purchases

If you make purchases at an Amazon store you have the option to let Amazon ship the items as soon as they are available or grouped together to save postage and handling […]

Alexa's What's Hot on the Web

Alexa announced a new service a few days ago. Their What's Hot on the Web service aggregates data from all Alexa toolbar users to provide a list of the hottest, i.e. the […]

Free Amazon Movie Downloads Thanks To Adobe Flash

Did you ever come upon a news story that sounded interesting enough to pursue? It happened today with the Reuter's story that the Amazon streaming movies service was flawed and allowed users […]

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First iPhone App Pulled from Apple App Store

It was just a matter of time until the news would break that an application that has been offered on the Apple App Store was raising security or privacy concerns. Even Mozilla […]

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Amazon Watcher

Amazon Watcher is a handy application to monitor availability and changes of items at the six Amazon stores. Users can feed Amazon Watcher with full urls to Amazon items, their ASIN or […]

Useful Amazon Power Shopper Tools

Kevin published a great top ten list of Amazon Power Shopper Tools at Lifehacker which is a great list of services that can save lots of time and money. I want to […]

Listen to Complete Albums on Lala

Lala used to be a CD exchange site until pretty recently. Since its launch, more than 500,000 CDs have been traded on the site. Now, the site has reinvented itself and has […]

Apple iTunes Video Rentals cracked? Not really!

So the guys at Gizmodo started playing around with the video rentals at iTunes trying to figure out a way how they could prolong the time - 30 days to start watching it, 24 hours to watch after starting it - that they were allowed to watch the movie that they rented. Some tests seemed to reveal that one of the oldest hacks of old time would work, that they could increase the time almost indefinitely by changing their computer's system date to the future and back to the present.

Rumor: Apple launching Record Label with Jay-Z

So, what do we make of this ? The rumor is that Apple is launching a record label together with Jay-Z according to BSG who say they have confirmed it from a high-up person attached to Jay-Z. We do not have many details as of yet but we can make some assumptions. The deal makes perfectly sense if you consider that Apple already has a very popular distribution model in place which would profit the most from artists that sign under the new label.

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Apple iPhone Nano

A picture comparing Apple's iPhone with the iPhone Nano which is supposed to come out in October 2008 was published on Flickr. The iPhone Nano, as usual, will be smaller than it's first generation predecessor but also cheaper retailing for a price of $300 or less.