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Here is a way to earn as you continue social networking.
The site Have You Seen allows you to post links about products from Boots, Zara, and many more retailers on your wall. Once your friends click on the link that you posted and continue to purchase the item, you will receive a certain amount as commission.

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There was a claim that Prismatic would help organize my extremely diverse set of tweets coming from a relatively hodge podge network.
Examples are Flipboard and Zite. It is an attempt to go beyond being a social news aggregator into a more personalized space.

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Supercookies or flash cookies are not really cookies. They are tracking mechanisms that are almost impossible to get out of your system.

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The release of Google’s tablet device has been delayed till at least July to give it a competitive price. Said to be priced at around $200 (down from the original $250), this device is almost a steal when compared to the reduced-price iPad versions.

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Google has honored Italian composer Gioachino Rossini, born on 29 February 1792. As today is also a leap day, Google has also associated the doodle with frogs, which are used to represent leap days and leap years.

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Apple has sent out invitations for the iPad 3 launch on March 7 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. This launch comes almost a year after the launch of the iPad 2.

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Steve Jobs, the iconic Apple founder and consumer technology market revolutionary would have turned 57 today. He was born on February 24, 1955.

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China is crazy about Angry Birds. There are already 40 million downloads of the Angry Birds game in China. Rovio chose Shanghai as the first location for an international office, and plans to follow up by opening stores in Beijing and Shanghai.

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The launch of the iPhone 4 in 2010 saw issues with its antenna. The U.S. courts reached a settlement where Apple has to provide a free case to anyone who missed out getting one in 2010 or pay $15 to the affected U.S. customers.

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Proview International Holdings Ltd. is suing Apple for a trademark violation. It has alleged that Apple had used a fake company to buy the rights to the iPad name. This has resulted in the iPad being removed from shelves in several Chinese cities.

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Glenn Mangham, who is only a year younger than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, was jailed for 8 months by the British court today. The self-described “ethical hacker” said that he wanted a mini project to point out vulnerabilities on a major web site.

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Must Have New Smartphone Apps: Remove, Caffeine Zone, Pingit

Here are three cool new apps that you should have on your smartphone: Remove (for photo editing), Caffeine Zone ( to help you watch your caffeine), Pingit (for easy money transfers)

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Pinterest has a visual angle that differentiates this site from Facebook, Twitter, and the rest in the social networking bandwagon. This picture-based social networking site that allows you to like and comment on pictures just as you would for posts on Facebook.

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Google into the hardware consumer market looks familiarly like NFC (Near Field Communication) with your smart phone being your magic wand. With its purchase of Motorola’s Mobility Inc, Google can easily integrate devices with the Android operating system more effectively.

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Microsoft has released an update to the Windows version of Skype 5.8 that has Audio and video calling for Facebook friends, group screen sharing session, to name a few new features.

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