RockMelt is an Efficient Facebook Browser, and More

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RockMelt beta is out. We tried it and we love it. For social media lovers, Rockmelt is going to make surfing the web so much more efficient. Say goodbye to multi tabs and windows. You practically have everything important on a page. Accessing your Facebook, Twitter, RSS feeds are just within arm (mouse) length. And they […] Related posts: Funny: …

Google TV: Will You Pay for It? [POLL]

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Even more details about Google’s Smart TV service have swept the web as its likely debut approaches. Will it succeed in bringing the web to TVs across the world? We first got word of Google TV in March with rumors that DirectTV and Google were partnering on programming for a set-top box. The picture became clearer though when Sony and …

Facebook Faceoff: “Like” vs. “Become a Fan”

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A month ago, Facebook began phasing out the Facebook Fan Page, changing the action of “becoming a fan” to “liking.” The change was part of a broader plan to spread the Like button across the web and to lower the barrier for users to become connected with brands. Not everyone “likes” Facebook’s small but important wording change, though. Now that …

Celebrate Earth Day, Dr. Seuss Style

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Just in time for Earth Day, Oceanhouse Media has released two special iPhone and iPad apps based around Dr. Seuss’s classic book, The Lorax. First published in 1971, The Lorax was written by Dr. Seuss to teach children about the value of caring about the environment. Like the other Dr. Seuss apps for the iPhone and iPad, the spirit of …

UK Passes Controversial Digital Economy Bill

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The United Kingdom parliament has passed the Digital Economy Bill, an extensive and controversial piece of legislation, by a vote of 189 to 47. The legislation encompasses online copyright infringement, Internet piracy, regulation of TV and radio, the classification of video games, regulations over ISPs, and a hodgepodge of other digital topics. The bill, which you can read in its …

“Baby Killer” Becomes Healthcare Vote’s “You Lie” [VIDEO]

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On Sunday night, the House of Representatives passed a $875 billion healthcare bill with a vote of 219-212. While discussion of the news is currently dominating the social web, a specific moment from the proceedings is also getting attention – a member of the House yelling out “baby killer” as Rep. Bart Stupak was speaking. According to Trendistic, about 0.4 …