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Now Anyone Can Host Their Own (Experimental) Google Wave Server

Google promise to let developers improve the code and they did. They promised federation for Wave, meaning that anyone could take the Wave code and run their own private or public wave server. Google took the first step towards the full federation of its real-time communication platform by announcing that the developer sandbox version of Google […]

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WordPress 2 app for iPhone

The new version of WordPress for iPhone just arrived in the App Store (iTunes link). While the first version was already quite usable, this update brings a number of new features and usability enhancements to the WordPress experience on the iPhone. The new interface makes it easier to switch between comments, posts and pages. The comments […]

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Barnes and Noble going International

Want to be the head of Barnesandnoble.com’s international business? Because they’re definitely hiring a whole team, and they’re starting at the top. Recruiting firm Russell Reynolds Associates is representing Barnes & Noble in a search for the “head of their international business,” according to a source who was contacted about the position. The job entails […]

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Twitter Lists

Twitter just released to everybody the ‘list’ feature. In a nutshell what you can do with your lists is to cluster the people you follow (for instance) in topics. In my cases at @tokao I see everybody, while @tokao/tech the twits about tech, and so on. I think it is one of the best things […]

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Mac Mini Server

Recently Apple released some new products. Maybe to take some of cloud out of Windows 7. May be not. There is this great iMac of more than 27″ for $1700 (less than the 30″ monitor…) a beautifully design multi-touch mouse and my favourite… a mac mini server! I has no CD/DVD and runs Mac Snow […]

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Spotify

Spotify is a new way to enjoy music. Simply download and install, before you know it you’ll be singing along to the genre, artist or song of your choice. With Spotify you are never far away from the song you want. There are no restrictions in terms of what you can listen to or when. […]

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NoNotes Makes Attending Class Optional

Quick Pitch: NoNotes.com is a transcription service for students. Students can record lectures while paying more attention in class, then upload their recording to be transcribed by NoNotes. Genius Idea: Last week, you might’ve seen the story about the Georgetown student that’s looking to hire a personal assistant to help deal with the overwhelming life of […]

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GazoPa search similar images

GazoPa is a similar image search service on the web in open beta. Users can search images from the web based on user’s own photo, drawings, images found on the web and keywords. GazoPa enables users to search for a similar image from characteristics such as a color or a shape extracted from an image […]

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Android 2.0 screenshot walkthrough

We hope you Android lovers out there are sitting down, because we’re about to knock your socks off. Android 2.0 hasn’t been released, announced, or even pictured. Until now. And we’re doing it like we’re doing it for TV — major screenshots and major information right here, just for you, our beloved readers. Android 2.0 […]

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nikon d3s, night vision…

Nikon has announced a new player, the nikon D3s, an incredible machine capable of shooting at 102.400 ISO! and with its FX CMOS sensor shoot HD movies as well. It has 12.1 Mp and the will cost around $5.200. You still have the D3X with 24.5 Mp and the D3 with 12.1 Mp and also […]

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Create 3D buildings online in Google Earth

Building Maker is a 3D modeling tool for adding buildings to Google Earth. It’s fun to use, and an easy way to get on the 3D map. Here’s how it works: Select a city from around the world. Make a building with photos we provide. Save your building and it will be reviewed. See your […]

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mobileme is down

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Qnap 3.0

Qnap has released the 3.0 firmware for their NAS products. Take a look at the video. I start wondering if I should forget about running a full server at home… with this I could have my blog, my photos, and all my files… and even IP cameras… plus if you buy 2 you could have […]

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100,000 Invites: Everything You Need to Know About Tomorrow’s Google Wave Preview Launch

Google just officially announced that it will send out 100,000 invitations to preview Google Wave tomorrow. These accounts will go to developers who are already in the developers preview and users who signed up for accounts at wave.google.com on a first-come, first-served basis. A select number of Google Apps users will also get access to […]

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Home automation

There is a company called Savant who designs, develops and manufacturers deliver home control and automation, multi-room audio/video, advanced digital audio and video processing, extremely flexible and scalable audio/video switching, digital media server and jukebox capabilities, and an array of integrated applications and services. The fact that I mention this company here is because traditionally […]

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