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Delta starts check-in option to Facebook

You can now check-in for your Delta flights via Facebook. In the past year or so, Delta has expanded their check-in services to meet the growing prevalence of smart-phones users. The Facebook feature is a new step in their “easy to use” technology plan. Users can check in, print their boarding passes, view and share [...]

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Japanese nuclear plant launches Twitter page

The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) recently launched a twitter page that allows users to follow the plant damages caused by the horrific earthquake. TEPCO is using the page to confer any information about safety concerns on radiation leaks. In its first day, the page had well over 200,000 followers. While you may want to [...]

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Netflix to offer exclusive TV series

Netflix has seen a steady rise to recognition in the past few years, and looks poised to take the next step in their business plan. Recent reports indicate that Netflix has made an offer to host the remake of House of Cards, which features Kevin Spacey and is directed David Fincher (The Social Network). If [...]

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Warner Brothers Movie Rentals on Facebook

I am not sure if I like the idea of this concept or not. Warner Brothers is launching a program where you can “rent” their movies on Facebook. The service costs $3 per movie, and allows you to watch the movie for up to 48 hours via your Facebook account. As an alternative to paying [...]

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Angry Birds Making the Move to Facebook: Definitely Bi-Winning

The masses without a smart-phone can finally rejoice; the Angry Birds are flinging their way onto Facebook. Recent announcements promise that the unbelievably popular game will be making its move to Facebook sometime in April. Everything seems to be staying the same with the game format, though there are certain to be some extra tweaks [...]

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LittleBigPlanet 2, Make Your Own Video Games

I’m sure many of you have heard of LittleBigPlanet, a type of video game that allows you to create your own levels of play and upload them to the internet for other people to play as well; but I just found out about it.  And frankly, I’m kind of amazed that something like this exists, [...]

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EpicMealTime: Next Level Cooking Online

So I am sure some of you are aware of the awesomeness that is the “EpicMealTime” channel on YouTube. The creators are a group of Canadian cooks who concoct some monstrously unhealthy and yet so delicious creations. Basically they are living any college student’s dream life, one that includes copious amounts of alcohol and absurd [...]

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Computer Game to Help Young Kids Play and Learn Sports

FunGoPlay is a new online based computer game that doesn’t fall into the tag of a MMORPG or any of the traditional tags. It also does not promote the gamer lifestyle that most online games do; that of a life filled with empty Doritos bags, coke cans and hours of physical inactivity. FunGoPlay in fact [...]

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LivingSocial or Groupon?

For those of you who watched the Super Bowl, the LivingSocial “deal addiction” commercial might have been the first time you had heard of the site. Groupon is the standard for deal sites, but LivingSocial is giving it some serious competition. Amazon recently invested a large amount in the company, and has seen some additional [...]

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Facebook Office in Hong Kong, Will the Rest of China ever Follow?

In its effort for global domination, Facebook has just announced that it will open an additional office in Hong-Kong. The site is going increasingly global and its popularity world-wide is ever-increasing. This move opens up the question of if Facebook will ever reach the rest of China. It has been banned in China since 2009, [...]

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