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The social network's new app wants to be your personal newspaper, Google wins in sale of Motorola to Lenovo, and iPhone users get a taste of SwiftKey's popular keyboard.
Today's episode of The 404 takes Facebook stalking to new levels, explores "bubbling" as an alternative to pr0n, Conan's new show, and Angry Birds on the Android!
Facebook now, officially, knows everything about you and plans to know much, much more. But at least all your data will look super pretty. Plus, phones for girls, and iPhone 5 coming soon!
Apple tries something new with Depeche Mode, Google gangs up on Microsoft in the EU, your cell phone may replace your doctor, and how to stop stalking your ex online.
Never mind the massive market share; Microsoft Internet Explorer has long been the target of much-deserved derision. The latest version, IE9, shows dramatic, useful improvements across the board, including features, speed, and safety. But is it enough to get you to ditch your current browser?
Complaining about Web site re-designs is easy, but we're doing it anyway. On today's show we're picking bones with Gawker and Facebook's latest makeovers that slow down our inter-stalking! Not to worry, fellow creepers, there's always workarounds...
Facebook might finally release a native Android app for everyone's stalking needs. Also this week, Sony's next flagship phone could be made out of lightning, and Boxee is rumored to be working on a cable-cutter's dream come true.
Liquidmetal rumors are the craze with the next-gen iPhone and we're fearing for our life. We have tips on how to protect your Mac from malware, and the Pebble watch blows our mind!
China blocks YouTube again, MySpace gets in-browser instant messaging, and you can now stalk potential dates on your iPhone with the new Match.com app.
On today's show, Intel's FTC antitrust settlement, Darren Kitchen explains the iOS vulnerability that makes all your devices belong to PDF, and the feds admit they're storing some of your checkpoint body scan images ... for ... some reason. Yuck. Also, Facebook for Android finally comes into the modern age. Phew.