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Google Music, is it enough to convert your from your long iTunes relationship

This week Goolge brought its music service out of beta and added the ability to buy songs, share them with friends with Google+, and the ability for any artist to make a artist page and submit their own music. Android owners are really going to make impacted the most. When you open the market you [...]

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Backblaze 2.0 offers faster, unlimited online backup

Online backup service Backblaze has just released Backblaze 2.0, a significantly improved version of their current backup service. Since many of you might not be aware of Backblaze, I’ll first provide a brief overview of the service before I share what’s new: What made me pick Backblaze? Backblaze has many worthy competitors, including Mozy, SpiderOak, [...]

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AlternativeTo Lets You Find Better Or Cheaper Apps

There are roughly 23.6 bazillion programs on the planet right now. How many do you know about? What makes them different? Are there any good alternatives to the programs you use? AlternativeTo.net helps you find useful alternatives to apps and programs. How this can help you: Find a free alternative to an expensive app A [...]

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Pandora Redesign Adds Unlimited Listening And More

Pandora just redesigned their website. Here are some of the changes they’ve made to make your listening experience better: It’s easier to create stations. Unlimited listening. There used to be a 40 hour monthly limit on free accounts, but now that’s gone. Shuffle between multiple stations (My favorite part) You can even have it automatically [...]

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Suite of iPhone Apps Bring Technology to the Golf Course

The iPhone is such a powerful tool. It seems like everyday developers strench the device to a whole new spectrum of ability. It’s not too late in the season to talk about how the developers at Shotzoom started with the basics, and eventually developed a suite of apps with impressive technology to use on and [...]

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Did Rockmelt melt away? Or is it just biding its time?

A few months ago, the Twitter world was abuzz with people offering and requesting Rockmelt invites. You know. Rockmelt. Oh. You don’t? Rockmelt is a browser attempting to streamline our online experience. The user interface is all about sharing content online through your social media outlet. It allows you to post to Facebook or Twitter [...]

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Google does Music (Beta)

Google continues to take over the world. No surprise there. They have now entered another online market–online music. On the site, Google boasts, “Upload your personal music collection to listen anywhere, keep everything in sync, and forget the hassle of cables and files.” For now, Google Music is merely in Beta, so head over to [...]

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Jerry Seinfeld Online

Jerry Seinfeld, one of the most popular comedians of all time, has launched a website dedicated to housing all of his performances throughout the years. And this website, JerrySeinfeld.com, was officially launched the last Friday morning. This site went live with three very funny, and very memorable clips: “The Fattest Man in the World” from [...]

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Make Craigslist… Nicer?

As many of you may know, craigslist is not the most visual-friendly form of site on the web. In fact, the whole thing is just downright ugly. While they undoubtedly could spice up their pages to make it nicer, they really just don’t have to. As of now, there is really nothing threatening to knock [...]

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Groupon Goes to the Grocery Store

Recently, Groupon launched an interesting new addition to its business model. In two select markets, Minneapolis and San Francisco, the coupon giant offered a coupon for $40 of General Mills products. It was snatched up quickly, as the 4500 available coupons were gone by the early afternoon. This is the first time that Groupon has [...]

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