Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
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Web surfers visiting Google’s homepage were greeted Tuesday with blue, red, yellow and green balls that bounce around the screen before eventually settling to form the familiar company name. When a user moves his or her mouse over the balls, they scatter before eventually reforming.
Google has made it easier than ever to understand what personal information is collected, who it is available to and gives you the power to change such settings.
A venture capitalist hopes to equip 1,000 livery cars in New York City with WiFi by early fall, the Wall Street Journal reports — and then blanket the city with roaming hotspots.
Amazon will release a less expensive version of its e-reader next month, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Has your mind been plagued by a question? Are you desperately looking for a straight answer and not just a bunch of links? All you have to do is ask, or rather go to ask.com.
Apple’s chief executive officer tried to extinguish the fire raging around its newest device.
Is your contract about to expire? Is it time to decide to sign on to another two years with your current carrier or jump ship? The decision is easy — go with Verizon and the HTC Incredible.
Starbucks will offer free WiFi for everyone beginning July 1.