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by Max Lee on May 7th, 2011
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I am crazy about Pacquiao and here’s the two free video feeds you can watch the Pacquiao vs. Mosley fight for free: Feed 1 Feed 2 ...
by Max Lee on December 2nd, 2010
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We started picking up some web traffic from this site called Mattters.com, I checked it out today and it’s a pretty interesting site. It’s a news site that aggregates all types of news from all over the world with human-filtered organization (it seems like). There’s a TON of news ...
by Max Lee on April 3rd, 2010
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For those of you Diggers out there, you will be happy to learn that Digg app is now officially available for all Android-based smartphones including the Nexus One. I happened to digg a lot myself, this will be rather interesting as I can digg on the go faster/better. Using the app is pretty straigh ...
by Max Lee on March 26th, 2010
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For those of you Time Warner Road Runner internet customers, now you can get free wifi in New York city in thousands of locations by logging in with your id and password here. This is a great move on Time Warner’s part, I think every ISP should follow suit as giving free WiFi could be an incen ...
by Max Lee on March 23rd, 2010
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Google recently won a lawsuit against Louis Vuitton where Louis Vuitton sued for copyright infringement for allowing trademark bidding. Some companies want to limit choice for users by extending trade mark law to encompass the use of keywords in online advertising. Ultimately they want to be able to ...
by Max Lee on March 22nd, 2010
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Back in January, Google stood up against the giant country China, for censorship. Google has just announced that they will be moving all of their Google search traffic from China to Google Search Hong Kong (Google.com.uk). Google Hong Kong is basically Google’s “uncensored” versio ...
by Max Lee on March 22nd, 2010
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Google has just announced that it will be delivering some super-fast, free public internet for select cities in the U.S. We’re planning to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks in a small number of trial locations across the United States. We’ll deliver Internet speeds more ...
by Max Lee on March 1st, 2010
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IBM has just reported they will be moving more of their business to Asian countries such as China and India. In the process, they will be laying off 800 people in IBM Australia. This is only part of 3,000 IBM employees layed off this week. IBM seems to be having its own trouble at this tough econom ...
by Max Lee on February 27th, 2010
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Above is a “live “video of Kuji harbor, where the tsunami resulting from Chile could be hitting any minute.  Scientists in Japan predict that the tsunami will be a maximum of 3 meters or about 10 feet.  People are still asked to evacuate as they cannot be 100% sure. As some of you wel ...

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