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Google Buys Feedburner and Works Deal With Salesforce.com – Money Spent on Adwords Can Become More Effective

Google Buys Feedburner and Works Deal With Salesforce.com – Money Spent on Adwords Can Become More Effective

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(Best Syndication) There is a lot of big news pertaining to Google. On Tuesday the search giant announced that they will be purchasing Feedburner. Feedburner is a central point for web publishers to generate traffic via RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds. The company claims to be working with 431,171 website publishers.

Google said in a statement that they believe “that feed-based content and advertising is a developing space where we can add value for users”. The terms of the deal are confidential and the transaction is officially closed. It is uncertain what will happen with Feedburner, but Google says they will be integrating their technologies with Google's tools.

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

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[Best Syndication] There now seems to be a place for mini-laptop computers, finally, we see a potential for these miniature down-sized laptops with the unveiling of the Palm Foleo which brings compatibility with the smartphones. While the Palm Foleo is not a full blown computer, it is a Bluetooth compatible device that might lead to the sale of real mini computer laptops.

Now people that are on the go and have to frequently answer emails, and browse the web can do so without lugging around a large full sized laptop computer. Instead the downsized Foleo is made small enough to be easy to move around with, yet large enough to have a keyboard and a larger display to view websites with ease.

The company announced that the retail price should be $499 after an introductory $100 rebate. The Foleo mobile is expected to be released this summer.

Astronomy - 28 more Exoplanets discovered outside our Solar System

Astronomy - 28 more Exoplanets discovered outside our Solar System

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[Best Syndication] Astronomers have found 28 new planets located outside of our solar system over the last year. The findings were presented at this Monday at the American Astronomical Society in Honolulu, Hawaii by University of California, Berkeley, post-doctoral fellow Jason T. Wright and newly minted Ph.D. John Asher Johnson.

There were a total of 37 new objects found over the last year. Seven of these findings turned out to be brown dwarfs which are stars that failed. There were two that could be brown dwarfs or planets. These failed stars are not small and can be much larger than Jupiter in size.

The astronomers are finding that there are many planets that could be suitable for life. The planets are discovered because of a slight wobble in the light wavelength that occurs when it orbits a star.

Yet Another Creationist Misrepresentation of Evolution

Yet Another Creationist Misrepresentation of Evolution

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When creationists continue to reiterate that evolution is not happening, they are perpetuating some serious misunderstandings of the science involved. Either they honestly do not understand how these things work, or they are knowingly misrepresenting them for the laymen, and I don’t know which is worse.

The arguments against evolution – obviously based on the faith that Genesis must be true, lest the Bible loses all relevance – are foolish inasmuch as they have been stated many times, but have all been countered by scientists. Some people of faith purposely elect to disregard these arguments, but hopefully other people are more willing to hear what the true workings of evolution are, as much as we know them at this time.

Plusmo Offers More Functionality For Your Mobile Phone – Converts Content To Scrollable Channels For Cell Phones

Plusmo Offers More Functionality For Your Mobile Phone – Converts Content To Scrollable Channels For Cell Phones

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(Best Syndication) As cell / mobile phones become more functional the competition for “eyeballs” has become fiercer, and one new service called Plusmo may have a hit. Plusmo (pronounced plus-mo) is a free java applet for your phone that will increase the functionality of the phone.

Plusmo will preload your favorite sites and will then translate the content so it is properly formatted for your specific phone. The websites appear as a channel with a separate icon. This allows the user to flip through the channels quickly to find what they are interested in.

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