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Please Rob Me Site Reveals Foursquare Twits

A new website PleaseRobMe.com has highlighted the semi-obvious idea that by Tweeting your whereabouts you’re telling the world you’re not at home to protect your silver cutlery and candlesticks. Please Rob Me works by searching for updates from the online game Foursquare, which allows users to “check in” to different locations through GPS on their […]

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Lovefilm 14 Day FREE DVD Trial – Rent or Download Movies Free for 14 Days

If you’re a bit of a movie buff and you are always one of the first to try out the latest blockbuster movies as soon as they are released on DVD, then instead of traipsing down to your local DVD store to rent the latest popular flick, save yourself the hassle and disappointment by renting […]

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Mobile Phone Recycling from O2: Redeem Your Gadget Stash for Cash

I bet everyone of us have got an old mobile phone lying about in our homes which is in almost pristine condition. Rather than letting it gather dust in cupboards, hoping that one day you might be able to auction it off to an antiques fair, why not instead send it off and convert it […]

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Top 10 Webby Award Internet Moments of the Decade

The birth of Wikipedia, the iPhone, Facebook and Twitter are among the Top 10 Internet Moments of the Decade bestowed by the Webby Awards. As the movie industry dons sparkling gold dresses for their awards season, the world of IT is not far behind. No really. This year’s 14th annual Webby Awards recognises the top […]

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‘Mystery Google’ Delivers Someone Else’s Search Results

The main complaint about search engines is that they deliver unrelated results to what you had wanted to find. To capitalise on this frustration, seek Google have released a new search engine guaranteed to produce irrelevant results. Mystery Google will serve up the search results of someone who Googled before you, but not unlike an […]

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E Pluribus Unum Profile: Facebook Goes Latin

We were all bemused when Facebook went pirate on us, now we’re more open to the site giving us another rather random language option for your profile: Latin. It turns out that the social networking site’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, studied both ancient Greek and Latin in high school, but there’s no word on whether a […]

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Facebook Admits Site Instability

If you’re certain that you updated your Facebook status to tell the world that you were eating breakfast this morning, but your very important missive doesn’t appear anywhere on your profile, you’re not on your own. Social networking giant, Facebook, has confirmed that the site is having stability problems which include disappearing content, profiles being […]

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Twitter Gets Vocal: Free Two Minute Calls

In a very Skype-like move, Twitter has announced that it will provide users with the ability to Tweet vocally with free two minute calls between Tweeters. This will allow users (or addicts) of the micro-blogging site to speak to each other without needing to know specific phone numbers. The service is being launched by online […]

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