On The Web – Feed The Geeks – Technology News and Reviews – Part 8

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Monday, May 28th, 2007

It’s looking like Google is getting ready to launch a new version of Google maps. Street-View, Much like the street view on Live Maps, you would have to assume. While it’s still not know what the view will look like or if it will be easier to use than Microsoft’s version (shown below). You would […]

Sunday, May 13th, 2007

YouTube will be removing all videos that are considered to be insulting too Thailand’s king, a government official said Thursday, this may lead to the un-banning of the YouTube in Thailand. YouTube has been inaccessible too Thai users since early April, when videos showed up that show digitally-altered images of revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej began […]

Tuesday, May 8th, 2007

Comscore claim that Firefox users are smarter than Internet Explorer users. In this research they look at the browsing habit of both Firefox and IE users and what site they seem to frequent more. I think that this research might be slightly bias in the fact that it is guided by the types of sites […]

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

It’s really depressing to watch the recording industry so consistently shoot itself in the foot, focusing on capturing every immediate dollar, rather than recognizing the ability of using music as free promotion to build up the size of their market. The latest case is that Pandora.com, a popular streaming music recommendation service (which is already […]

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Today Digg.com was taken down by its own members. After Digg received a cease and desists declaration from a yet to be named company about a story that was submitted that contained HD-DVD code. These codes can be used to unlock the DRM copy protections on HD-DVD disc and goes without saying that the powers […]

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