Wednesday, October 17, 2012

'Binders' Dominate Twitter Activity, Google Searches in Presidential Debate

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012
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'Binders' Dominate Twitter Activity, Google Searches in Presidential Debate
5:45:54 AM
Netizens were abuzz with talk of binders after Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's reference to "binders full of women" during Tuesday night's presidential debate. The phrase became Google's number-three trending query for the night,...

EU Officials Call on Google to Improve Privacy
4:25:46 AM
European privacy officials on Tuesday chastised Google for the privacy changes it implemented earlier this year and challenged the U.S. Internet giant to take further steps to improve its privacy protections. In a letter to Google CEO Larry Page,...

The Perks of Working From Home [INFOGRAPHIC]
2:35:47 AM
If you're part of the 86% who drive to work every day, you can devise ways to lower your gas costs, save time and improve your health - by telecommuting. The current workforce totals more than 128 million people, and while eight out of 10 people...

Slim Jim Executes The 'World's Shortest Freefall' [VIDEO]
12:25:52 AM
Slim Jim's not taking Red Bull's challenge lying down. Well, actually it sort of is, but the brand attempted to counter the Red Bull-sponsored Felix Baumgartner space jump over the weekend with this stunt on Conan. Team Coco billed the event as...

Watch Obama and Romney Spar Over Apple's Chinese Labor [VIDEO]
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 11:45 PM
Can the next president get Apple to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States from China? The question was posed to U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney during Tuesday's presidential debate. "The iPad, the...

Congressman Warns FTC Against Investigating Google
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 9:15 PM
Opening an anti-trust case against Google would be a huge mistake, and Congress might take action to stop it. That's what Rep. Jared Polis stated in a leaked letter addressed to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) addressing rumors that the agency...

Tablet Fight: Surface vs. iPad vs. Kindle Fire HD [CHART]
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 6:55 PM
Microsoft unveiled on Tuesday details about pricing and availability for its new 10.6-inch Windows 8 tablet, the Surface. As more tablets hit the market, consumers are faced with the task of weeding through the proliferation of options. The...

Google Launches 'Disavow Links' Feature to Cut Off Spammy URLs
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 6:05 PM
Aiming to give webmasters a tool to disassociate their sites from unwanted links, Google on Tuesday introduced a feature for webmasters called "Disavow Links." Using the new feature, announced at the Pubcon conference in Las Vegas, anyone who...

Woman Slapped With Felony for Posting Photo to Facebook
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 5:35 PM
A Texas woman has been arrested and charged with a felony for posting a publicly available photo of an undercover police officer to her Facebook profile. According to reports, Melissa Walthall retaliated against the officer for his testimony in a...

Which States Google the Presidential Candidates the Most?
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 5:05 PM
Americans' eyes will be on President Obama and Mitt Romney tonight, watching the second of their three presidential debates. Ahead of their new face-off, Google Politics & Elections has released seven infographics that give us a glimpse of what...

How Many iPad Minis Will Apple Sell?
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 4:15 PM
Apple mailed out invitations Tuesday for a press event on October 23 where the company is widely expected to finally unveil the iPad Mini. While the company still has yet to formally acknowledge the existence of the smaller iPad, Apple did offer...

10 Delightful iPhone Cases for Dog-Lovers
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 3:45 PM

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