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Is the iPad coming to Wal-Mart?

Is the iPad coming to Wal-Mart?

Rumors are circulating that the Apple iPad will be sold in select Wal-Mart stores as early as this week. When the iPad made its debut it was only available from Apple and Best Buy, but has since become available at Target and Amazon as well. If the rumors are true, distributing the iPad at Wal-Mart will help make the iPad ...

Google Is Getting Into The Car Business

Google Is Getting Into The Car Business

Google has been working on developing a car that drivesitself, using software that detects when something is near the car and makes decisions that mimic a human driver. One of the cars was recently tested in California. The test car is a Toyota Prius that looks like a normal car, except for a strange funnel on top and the ...

Amazon App Store

Amazon App Store

Amazon is opening its own app store for Android devices. The store will directly compete with Apple’s App Store as well as Google’s Android Market. Amazon is requiring developers to put up any apps they have elsewhere and also stipulates that apps they add to Amazon’s store cannot be sold for a lower ...

Cisco’s High-End Videoconferencing For the Home

Cisco’s High-End Videoconferencing For the Home

Cisco Systems has introduced a new high-end videoconference system for the home. The “Umi” is aimed to compete with video chat services like Skype, but while Skype’s service is free, the umi retails for $599 plus a $24.99 monthly fee. The biggest difference between Cisco’s umi and other online ...

Are the iPhone/Verizon Rumors True?

Are the iPhone/Verizon Rumors True?

Is the iPhone really coming to Verizon?  The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple is going to begin mass-producing a new iPhone that will start selling at Verizon in early 2011.  Not much is known about the new iPhone, but it is said that it will work on CDMA networks and will be distinctly different from ...

92 Percent of Babies in U.S. Have An Online Presence

92 Percent of Babies in U.S. Have An Online Presence

92 Percent of Babies in U.S. Have An Online Presence Ninety-two percent of American children, under the age of two, have an online presence according to a new study from Internet security firm AVG. Often, photos of babies are uploaded and shared on sites like Facebook with the child’s full name, birth date and even ...