Harvard and MIT Team Up to Offer Online Courses for Free

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If you’ve always dreamed of going to an Ivy League school, but had absolutely no idea how you would come up with the money for tuition, Harvard University and MIT have come up with a way to get you just one step closer. This month, they made the announcement that

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Evernote Acquires Penultimate Handwriting App

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Evernote is not only an app-developer, it is more commonly recognized as their freebie of the same name for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad, an extremely popular note-taking application that appeals to everyone from harried moms to busy execs to students keen to lighten their load (their user base clocked

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BlackBerry Hires New Marketing Chief

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Research in Motion (RIM), the makers of the BlackBerry smartphones, announced this week that they have hired two new top executives in hopes to bring back business that has dipped since the release of Apple’s iPhone and Android devices. The new hirees are Frank Boulben as a marketing chief and

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Self-Driving Google Car Now Licensed in Nevada

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Google now has exactly what it needs to get any further in their development of their autonomous vehicle program. Like any nervous 16 year old, Google’s self-driving car passed its first driving test in Nevada, the first of its kind in the U.S. With this car license, Google can now

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Twitter’s Role in the 2012 Political Campaign

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Twitter has become an incredibly important venue for public conversation. The company, which launched their service less than a decade ago, has millions of users all over the world, and figured out a way to engender engagement on a massive scale, all at under 140-characters a tweet. So it’s not

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Pandora Moves Past 150 Million Registered Users

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Even with competition from new online music sources like Spotify, Grooveshark, Last.Fm, and Rdio debuting, Pandora remains the reigning champion of online music streaming. The online radio company announced this week that they have now surpassed 150 million subscribers worldwide. In fact, they’ve experienced a 50% rise in both the

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US Court Throws Out Apple iPad Proview Lawsuit

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Apple has had a break in a lawsuit against them for the iPad name trademark. Proview, a Chinese company that manufactures computer monitors among other electronic devices filed the lawsuit against Apple who purchased trademarked rights for the name of one of Proview’s products called the IPAD. This week, the

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Republ1c WakePark Rates and Package

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How to go to Republ1c Wakepark Nuvali

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Hello there! I think all the wakeboard fans out there are really excited, especially one of my friends who  shall not be named(R.R.), The Republic WakePark at Nuvali will be officially open on June 15, 2012. Map of Republic WakePark Nuvali From Calamba to Nuvali via Canlubang View Larger Map From

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Yahoo CEO Accused of Padding Academic Background

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Though it’s no storyline like the popular Leonardo DiCaprio flick Catch Me if You Can, Third Point, an activist firm and shareholder in Yahoo’s fortune, found an imposter among the top officials at Yahoo. In a contemptuous letter sent late Thursday to Yahoo’s board of directors, Third Point alleges that

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