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Bill Gates joins Twitter

// From CNet News: Bill Gates is many things: software giant, philanthropist, and now Twitter user. As of a few hours ago, the Microsoft chairman is one of the millions

How fanboys see operating systems

// From Accordion Guy: Sad, but disturbingly true. Comments on this story are

Google to launch new music service

// From TechCrunch.com: Google will soon launch a music service, we’ve heard from multiple sources, and the company has spent the last several weeks securing content for the launch

Apple unveils wireless mouse inspired by iPhone

From the Toronto Star: Apple Inc. updated its iMac desktop computer line Tuesday and introduced a mouse that responds to the touch of fingers instead of using buttons or

iPhone payment system in the works?

From the Toronto Star: Trend tracking web sites reported details Monday of the supposedly top-secret project the co-founder of Twitter is working on: a mobile payment system. Engadget has put

Apple triumphs in profits, sales

From the Toronto Star: Shares hit new high as fourth quarter marks the return to work of chief executive and master showman, Steve Jobs Renovate your cottage – the government

iSuck: Apple’s Five Worst Products, Ever

From Wired.com Apple, it seems, is all about the hits. The iPod, the iPhone and the MacBook are all phenomenally successful, both as designs and as commercial wins. These

7 Good Reasons to Switch to Windows 7

From Wired.com Landing in stores October, Windows 7 is sparking a surprisingly heated debate on whether or not upgrading from XP is a good idea. If you’re in the

7 Reasons to Avoid Windows 7

From Wired.com Windows 7, which hits stores in October, is shaping up to be the best version of Microsoft’s widely used operating system yet.  But nothing’s perfect. Windows 7, like

New Escarpment Country™ Website

From the Milton Chamber of Commerce: Introducing www.escarpmentcountry.ca The Milton Chamber of Commerce was awarded $25,000 in May 2008 to develop a tourism brand that co-branded Escarpment Country™ and The

How Apple, AT&T are closing the mobile web

From Wired.com Free Press, a group that advocates the idea of an open internet — that is, one in which consumers have the right to browse the web and run

Could this be the beginning of the end for IE?

From WebMonkey.com In the war for browser superiority, Microsoft may be showing signs of yielding to upstarts from Mozilla, Opera and Google Over the past few years, Firefox has been

Cogeco Drops Metered Billing On Users

From DSLReports.com Unveils caps ranging from 10GB to 100GB   On the heels of Time Warner Cable's announcement yesterday that they'd be expanding metered billing trials in the States, Canadian cable ISP Cogego

Songwriters rewrite bid for legalized file sharing

Written by Michael Geist from this week's Toronto Star. Visit Michael's website at: MichaelGeist.ca. In November 2007, the Songwriters Association of Canada shocked the music industry and many Canadians

Sirius to stream to iPhone and iPod

From The Toronto Star: Financially struggling Sirius XM Radio Inc. is planning to stream its subscription radio service to the iPhone and iPod Touch devices from Apple Inc. beginning

Transferring VHS to DVD

From YourHome.ca: There are a number of ways to transfer material from VHS tapes – or any other analogue medium – to digital media such as DVD or CDR. Unfortunately,

10 iPhone Games You Must Own

From Wired.com For many gamers, the iPhone is the first mobile platform with video games that are actually worth playing. The gadget's winning combination of touchscreen and motion controls

Obama gets to keep his BlackBerry

It's nice to see that President Obama is doing his part to help the economy -- of Southern Ontario that is. From The Toronto Star: President Barack Obama has won his

Can Apple shine with Jobs sidelined?

From Reuters: Company looks at future without its founder after CEO takes medical leave Steve Jobs became a household name as the founder and chief executive of Apple Inc., marshalling

25 Years of Mac: From Boxy Beige to Silver Sleek

From Wired.com It's the 25th anniversary of the Apple Macintosh, but Steve Jobs' eyes are dry. At the company headquarters in Silicon Valley, where he was presenting a set

New electric grid polices power use

From the Associated Press and MSNBC.com: Waste energy — and you will pay as your bill spikes The glowing amber dot on a light switch in the entryway of George

Internet shopping clicks with Canadians

From Parentcentral.ca Ordered $12.8 billion worth of goods in 2007, but trend likely slowing Online shopping in Canada rose dramatically in the past two years, according to Statistics Canada, but

Microsoft to Offer Free Virus Protection Software for Windows

From WebMonkey.com: Microsoft plans to offer Windows users a new antivirus package designed to protect the OS from viruses, spyware, rootkits and trojans. The new software is tentatively code-named

Is Apple Building A Search Engine?

From TechCrunch.com: We’ve received multiple (if thin) reports that Apple is working on a search engine of some sort. At first glance, the rumors make sense. Apple’s Safari browser has 6-7%

Five Useless Gadgets You Should Throw in the Trash Right Now

Your house is full of crap, and you know it. Along with that old suit you'll "fit into again one day" and the cupboard full of juicers and

Is an internet tax coming?

From the Toronto Star The emergence of cultural funding as a hot-button political issue in the current election campaign appears to have taken virtually everyone by surprise. The roughly

Apple iPhone No. 1, CEO says

From the Toronto Star 'We sold more phones than RIM,' Jobs says as company's profit jumps 26% in fourth quarter Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs fired a not-so-subtle shot across

Embattled Vista set to ride into the sunset

From The Globe and Mail Microsoft starts to pitch its next Windows offering today - while still pushing current, less-than-loved version It's the beginning of the end for Windows Vista. Today, Microsoft

Squeeze every drop of gas from your tank

Some of the following "hypermiling" tips may seem a bit over-the-top, but hey, with gas at $1.30+/litre, every little bit counts, right? Maximize your gas mileage by "hypermiling" Hypermiling tips:

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