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Submission + - Blekko Say What? (wordpress.com)

bgiacomazzo writes: There’s a new search engine in town, and techies the world over are rejoicing!

Blekko’s alternative, human-curated search engine now averages 1 million queries a day and between 10 to 15 queries per second just three months after launch, according to January figures the startup released Monday.

PlayStation (Games)

Submission + - Sony Next-Generation Portable Inc. 2 Quad Chips (wordpress.com)

bgiacomazzo writes: The PlayStation Meeting 2011 happened so fast, it was easy to miss all of the announced specs for Sony’s Next Generation Portable. We did our best combing through the information, but it’s always better to hear it straight from the horse’s mouth.
Nintendo

Submission + - Pokemon: A Black and White Issue? (wordpress.com)

bgiacomazzo writes: GDN reports that fans who purchase either of the new games between launch and April 10 will be able to receive a special Liberty Pass via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (broadband Internet access required), which will enable them to catch the never-before-seen Mythical Pokémon Victini.
Facebook

Submission + - Canadians Want Social Media Restrictions? (wordpress.com)

bgiacomazzo writes: The Wall Street Journal is reporting that The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is proposing guidelines on how firms can use social-media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and chat rooms for marketing and other business purposes.
The Internet

Submission + - SPAM: Samsung's 3D Computer Monitors!

bgiacomazzo writes: For it’s part, Engadget has uncovered the specs behind the Samsung 3D LED monitors range. There are two series of monitors, namely the 750 series and the 950 series. Both series have two monitors, sized at 23 inches and 27 inches.
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The Internet

Submission + - On the World Wide Web Consortium (wordpress.com)

bgiacomazzo writes: Often spoken about, but never really understood — sort of like an ephemeral “computer illuminati” of sorts — the W3C is, indeed, your go-to source for the latest trends & developments in HTML & CSS coding. No developer worth his/her weight would ever dream of not participating/consulting in the W3C!

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