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It was probably a rather small step for LEGO but it was certainly one giant leap for a LEGO man when he was launched into space by a couple of Canadian teens recently.
The mission was the result of the hard work and ingenuity of friends Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad, wh
By Molly McHughProvided by
We've been on our guard, waiting for the fully launched Facebook Timeline since September. Once it became clear that Facebook planned to replace the profile with this new format (which wasn't made explicit initially), the panic set in.
By Rick MarshallProvided by
It's official: Life is better at Google.
That's the word from Fortune Magazine, at least, which assigned Google the top spot in its annual list of the "100 Best Companies To Work For."
According to the report, last year's boon for the tech company transl
By Andrew Couts
Starting at midnight Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, January 18, all 3.8 million English-language articles of Wikipedia will go "black" for 24 hours, in protest of the "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA) and the "PROTECT IP Act" (PIPA).
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At the start of 2010, ArLynn Presser from Winnetka, Illinois made a New Year's resolution to meet all of her Facebook friends before the year was out.
Having 325 friends on the social networking site meant that such a feat would be in the realm of possibility, t
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The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, which runs throughout next week, will showcase many of the gadgets and technologies that will dominate the marketplace for the foreseeable future.
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A mantra of the Internet age, articulated in 1984 by WELL founder Stewart Brand, is that "information wants to be free." Back then — the days of 360K floppies and 1200 baud modems — Brand was referring to digital technology making information ever easier