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YouTube’s 15 Minutes of Fame

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July 30, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: YouTube’s 15 Minutes of Fame –Starting today, YouTube will allow users to upload videos up to 15-minutes in length, up 50 percent from the previous 10-minute limit. Not only was extending the time the number one request from users, but YouTube also […]

Amazon's New Kindle As Low As $139

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July 29, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Hacked ATMs: Do you think hackers are just interested in your computers? Think again. At the recent Black Hat conference, Computer hacker Barnaby Jack presented a way to force ATMs spit out cash by remote control. While the audience applauded, the goal […]

Amazon connects users to Facebook

July 28, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Intel is working on a new chip that can transmit 50 Gbps. The new high-speed laser chip is so fast it can transfer as much as “100 hours of digital music in less than a second.” Intel expects the chips to be […]

Digital Life with Shelly Palmer Episode #33

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This week on Digital Life: Are E-Books really outselling hardcover books? Peter Hildick-Smith president of the Codex-Group sets us straight. How hot is the Verizon Droid X? And, is Apple really going to sell iPhones on T-Mobile? Plus, how safe is your home network? I’ll talk with wired.com’s John Abell about Microsoft’s new Windows 7 […]

Gov Says OK to Jailbreaking iPhones

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July 27, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Do you wish your iPhone worked with another carrier? Would you like it to have access to an entire world of apps that aren’t available from the Apple App store? If so, your in luck, because the Library of Congress has just […]