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A New, Completely Redesigned MySpace Is Now Open To The Public [Updates]

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A New, Completely Redesigned MySpace Is Now Open To The Public [Updates]

The new version of MySpace, or the “New MySpace”, is a completely re-imagined version of the pioneer social network, and it’s now officially open to the public. Anyone who’s up for a second round of MySpace can create an account, or log in using the old MySpace account, Facebook or Twitter.

Yaara Lancet January 16, 2013 16-01-2013
A New, Completely Redesigned MySpace Is Now Open To The Public [Updates]
Strategize Using Simplicity With Tower Defense: Lost Earth [iPhone]

Gaming iPhone and iPad

Strategize Using Simplicity With Tower Defense: Lost Earth [iPhone]

I enjoy strategy games for the very same reason that I enjoy sabotaging high profile companies – you set up a few patsies to do your bidding, hike away to a safe distance, and watch all of the action happen without having to lift another finger. Well, in the case of the Com2US’s Tower Defense: Lost Earth for iPhone, you actually have to lift a finger….just one, though. Sometimes two.

Joshua Lockhart January 16, 2013 16-01-2013
Strategize Using Simplicity With Tower Defense: Lost Earth [iPhone]
5+ PS2 Games Still Worth Playing [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

5+ PS2 Games Still Worth Playing [MUO Gaming]

The PS2 is officially dead, with Sony ceasing production of the last-gen console on December 31, 2012. In Japan at least, when the existing stock of hardware runs out, Sony will not be offering any more consoles to retailers. Not that the PS2 has done badly, with a lifespan of 12 years, six as Sony’s flagship console, six as the budget machine playing second fiddle to its successor, the PS3. The PS2 hardware may be dead, but the games are not.

Dave Parrack January 16, 2013 16-01-2013
5+ PS2 Games Still Worth Playing [MUO Gaming]
Automatic Coupon Finders – Do They Really Help You Save Money?

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Automatic Coupon Finders – Do They Really Help You Save Money?

Like many good things in life, coupons and promo codes are elusive. Saving money is never an easy thing, after all, and when you’re trying to find valid codes for something specific, you usually end up with many useless or expired codes, and lots and lots of open tabs. Think about it, how many times have you wanted to buy something and actually managed to find a discount code that helped you save money?

Yaara Lancet January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
Automatic Coupon Finders – Do They Really Help You Save Money?
Neat Facebook Chat Hacks to Keep You Enjoying IM via Facebook [Weekly Facebook Tips]

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Neat Facebook Chat Hacks to Keep You Enjoying IM via Facebook [Weekly Facebook Tips]

Facebook chat is one of those things that’s fantastic when everything is going well, yet very annoying when something’s not right. Sadly, most people don’t have the time to navigate all of the options and set their preferences just so. There’s also a number of useful tricks you can do with Facebook chat messages that many people just don’t realise is possible.

Angela Randall January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
Neat Facebook Chat Hacks to Keep You Enjoying IM via Facebook [Weekly Facebook Tips]
5 Free Siri Alternatives for Android: Which Is the Best?

Android

5 Free Siri Alternatives for Android: Which Is the Best?

A few years ago, you’d only see someone talking into their phone if somebody was on the other side. Fast forward a bit and now talking to your phone when you aren’t on a call is no big deal. Siri for iPhone revolutionized the behavior, and nowadays it’s common to see people use their voice to control their phones. Luckily, these options are available on Android, too.

Joel Lee January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
5 Free Siri Alternatives for Android: Which Is the Best?
Facebook Joins The Search Game, Introduces Graph Search [Updates]

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Facebook Joins The Search Game, Introduces Graph Search [Updates]

Facebook has announced a new and improved search experience called Graph Search, which helps you navigate Facebook’s vast amount of information and find new people who share your interests, specific activities, specific photos, and more. For example, you can search for friends who like to ski, for photos your friends took in Paris, for people who work in your company and like to dance, etc.

Yaara Lancet January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
Facebook Joins The Search Game, Introduces Graph Search [Updates]
Tell The Number Of Unread Emails At A Glance With Tab Badges For Firefox

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Tell The Number Of Unread Emails At A Glance With Tab Badges For Firefox

There are boatloads of add-ons available that take on tab organization and give you the power tools to really set up Firefox for your use. So, what’s a 6KB sized Lilliputian add-on doing on our list of Best Firefox Add-ons? At first glance, it seems that Tab Badges is playing David amidst the Goliaths. Scroll a bit up and you will see that Tab Badges is categorized under Custom Interface. Let’s do the explaining here.

Saikat Basu January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
Tell The Number Of Unread Emails At A Glance With Tab Badges For Firefox
How Much Does The Web Know About You?

Internet

How Much Does The Web Know About You?

Have you ever googled your own name or that of someone else? About two years ago I searched the name of a friend. I was hoping to find his travel photos, but what I discovered were his criminal records. On top of Google’s first page. Devastating! I had heard his side of the story, but to see the actual documents, including every last detail of court hearings, was a sobering experience.

Tina Sieber January 15, 2013 15-01-2013
How Much Does The Web Know About You?
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