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What's Next For Android?

With Froyo, Google’s latest dessert-themed update to its Android mobile OS, they added even more features users were clamouring for, such as wireless syncing and hotspot support. But what do future updates have in store? We have a leaked roadmap.


The New Optical Illusions

Earlier this week we had our minds melted by the o-fficial 2010 Illusion of the Year, one of those trippy, perspective-shifting models. But come on, this is 2010! Can’t we do something a little more… digital? In fact, many people are.


Tech Companies Are Getting Merger Crazy

HP buying Palm made some waves, but it’s got nothing on the other big tech deals we’ve spotted on the horizon:


Facebook's Privacy Changes Get Scary

Facebook’s long had some privacy issues, and now that they’re broadening their reach on the web, who knows what’ll happen next? Oh, right. We do:


Inside America's Secret Historical Tweet Vault

The Library of Congress announced this week that they’ll be archiving every public tweet made since 2006, but they’ve been keeping track of some people’s Twitter accounts way longer than that. We’ve collected some of the great tweets from yesteryear:


The Six Types Of iPad Fans And Critics

Everybody, it seems, has a damned opinion about this iPad. And since everyone is so happy to tell the internet what that opinion is, it’s very easy to fit them all into neat little categories.


The Five Stages Of Data Loss Grief

So your hard drive just died, and you didn’t back it up. I’m so, so sorry. You can expect to go through the following five stages once you discover that all of your photos, files and music are gone forever.


Friday Night Funnies: Eight Images To Close Out The Week

It’s been a long week and we could use a laugh. We’ve already started worrying about taxes and pre-ordering iPads, among other stresses. To sum it all up, here are some illustrations from a cartoon maestro called Lunchbreath.


The Apple Lawsuit Rampage We'd Love To See

Apple’s lawsuit against HTC made one thing clear: Steve. Jobs. Will. Cut You. And with all the patents they’ve got? Nobody’s safe. Here’s who’s next on the subpoena warpath:


A Hypothetical Look Inside The Webcam-Spying Principal's Office

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You’ve probably heard about the school district that installed spy software on laptops issued to its students so they could spy on them without their knowledge. Creepy! Well, here’s a peek at the principal who came up with the idea.