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By Bob Brown, NetworkWorld
iPad 2 on the Way, Digg Founder Spills
Digg founder Kevin Rose blogs advice to hold off buying an iPad in anticipation of an update within a month.
Techie (and Yummy) Gingerbread Creations
Here's a holiday selection of mostly edible iPhones, motherboards, laptops, and -- of course -- Google Android "Gingerbread" treats.
LinkedIn Urges Results-Oriented Job Seekers: Ditch the Buzzwords
If you're a motivated team player with extensive experience and a proven track record, you've got more company than you might think.
Facebook Co-founders Pledge to Give Away Most of Their Fortunes
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was one of 17 billionaires this week to pledge donating more than half of their wealth to charitable organizations.
Droid 2 Phone Explodes, Bloodies Texas Man
A man reported Thursday that his Motorola Droid 2 smartphone exploded as he was ending a call, resulting in a bloodied face. But the phone reportedly continued to take calls.
iPad, WikiLeaks, Chatroulette Among Top AOL Search Terms for 2010
Apple's iPad and iPhone dominated AOL's list of year-end hot shopping search terms, though technology terms had a fairly weak showing on AOL's overall hot...
Employees Using Facebook, Smartphones More Likely to Promote Company
Employees are more likely to advocate for their companies if they're optimistic about technology.
Facebook Christmas Tree Virus Only a Hoax
Facebook users can relax and stop warning each other about a supposed computer-crashing virus disguised as a Christmas tree-themed app.
Inside a Possible iPad Killer: Samsung's Galaxy Tab
Analysis: A teardown declares the Galaxy Tab a worthy rival in the tablet wars, even if the battle still rages.
Kinect Under the Covers
Excited iFixit Strips Down Microsoft's sexy new hands-free game controller.
Apple iPads Cannibalizing Netbook Sales
A survey of 3,108 consumers last month on their buying plans found that just 14% of those who plan on buying a laptop in the next 90 days say it will be a netbook.
Windows 7 Set OS Sales Records, Microsoft Says
After a year on the market, Windows 7 is powering PCs, tablets, and netbooks in record numbers.
3 out of 4 Tweets Ignored
Social media analytics company Sysomos studied 1.2 billion Twitter posts made over the past 2 months and found that 71% elicited neither a retweet nor reply.
Tablet Sales Forecast to Top 20 Million This Year
Gartner estimates worldwide sales of iPads and other tablets will total 19.5 million units in 2010 and nearly triple that number next year.
Free Photo Sharing Service: Drag, Drop, and Publish
A pair of Boston-area entrepreneurs have launched a free photo-sharing service called min.us that makes distributing photo slideshows a snap.
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