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October 23rd, 2006
CyberNotes: Ultimate Luxury Submarine

First it was the luxury cars that some of the richest people couldn't get enough of.

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October 22nd, 2006
CyberNotes: Your Week In Review With Sunday’s Summary

Here is your week in review with Sunday's Summary! If you missed something, check it out.

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October 21st, 2006
CyberNotes: Stay Connected With JanSport LiveWire Backpacks

There are all kinds of backpacks that are designed for carrying laptops -- meaning they're padded extra well and they might have a special compartment specifically for the computer.  But what about a backpack that takes catering to your tech toys a little further?  I did a little sear [...]

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October 17th, 2006
Opera 9.1 To Include Fraud Protection

The Opera Backstage event going on in London today included an announcement that Opera 9.1 will include enhanced fraud protection, something that undoubtedly is needed in web browsers.

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October 17th, 2006
CNET’s New Addition: CNET TV

CNET has added a new element to their network, CNET TV.  It's purpose is of course to broadcast news and product reviews.  With the way the popularity of internet videos is going, CNET has probably taken a step in the right direction - particularly because CNET's chairman and chief executive has resigned and their outlook a bit unsure.

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October 16th, 2006
CyberNotes: Ultimate Computer Monitor Set-ups

Just when you've bought yourself a 24" monitor and you think you have the biggest and the best computer monitor available, they come out with a 30".

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October 15th, 2006
CyberNotes: Your Week In Review With Sunday’s Summary

Here is your week in review with Sunday's Summary! If you missed something, check it out.

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October 14th, 2006
CyberNotes: Discover The World Via Blogs With TravelPod

I don't know about you, but I am always looking for some good blogs to add to my feed or my list of bookmarks as the not to miss, "must reads."  In fact, sometimes I find that blogs have more accurate or up-to-date information than a newspaper or other online news sources.  So in keeping w [...]

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October 13th, 2006
CyberNotes: KlipFolio – Turn Your Desktop Into A Virtual News Center

How would you like to turn your desktop into a virtual, non-cluttered news center?  Just keeping up with the latest news or email on a daily basis can be quite the challenge.  This is where KlipFolio comes in.  KlipFolio is a personalized dashboard, a collection of "Klips" that are ch [...]

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October 12th, 2006
Cooliris Receives An Update – 1.9 For Firefox

We recently wrote about Cooliris which we described as an easier, faster, more efficient way to browse the web.  It is a free browser extension (with different capabilities) for IE, Firefox, and Safari.  With this extension, you're able to preview the content underlying each link before you click.  Recently, they released a new version for Firefox, 1.9 which has some additional feat [...]

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October 11th, 2006
Google To Sweep Up Facebook? New Rumors Abound

First Google snatches away YouTube for 1.65 Billion, and now the rumors are rampant that Google is in talks to purchase Facebook for an estimated 2.3 billion. Of course, this is just a rumor but it certainly would not come as a surprise.  Also in the picture is Yahoo and Microsoft, and so we're left to speculate who will win the battle.

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October 10th, 2006
Google Starts Mac Blog – New Google Logo?

Apparently Google is done excluding Macs with all of their new technology.  For a while now, it seemed products/services were fairly limited for all the Mac users until today when Google announced that they're starting a new Google Mac Blog. The blog is  specifically for those wanting the inside scoop about Macs at Google.

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October 9th, 2006
CyberNotes: Philips Simplicity Line Designed To Be Simple

About a month ago, we wrote about the Philips In Touch, a message board of the future; part of the Simplicity brand that Philips has recently introduced.  It's described as simple technology that makes sense, and that's easy to use -- "technology that's pure simplicity." The In Touch is un [...]

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October 8th, 2006
No More Digg Submissions From CyberNet

Between yesterday and today, we've gotten several emails from some of you wondering why you were receiving an error when trying to submit articles from CyberNet to Digg. We contacted Digg in regards to the error and received this response:

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October 8th, 2006
CyberNotes: Your Week In Review With Sunday’s Summary

Here is your week in review with Sunday's Summary! If you missed something, check it out.

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October 7th, 2006
CyberNotes: "Fat Finger" Airfare Deals

Back in April, we wrote about a program that can save you some big bucks on eBay by allowing you to search for misspellings of the item that you're looking for.  The benefit and the savings come from the fact that the majority of people who spell the search correctly won't come across the misspelled listing.

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October 6th, 2006
CyberNotes: Feeds 2.0 – Personalized Web 2.0 RSS Aggregator

With Google revamping and polishing up Google Reader recently with a new look, some AJAX, and new features, I thought I'd point out a reader that has been around for a little while and uses AJAX technology nicely.  Feeds 2.0 strives to give you a more personalized reader which is some [...]

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October 2nd, 2006
CyberNotes: Hasselblad Reveals World’s First 48mm Full-Frame DSLR Camera

The world's first 48mm full-frame DSLR camera has been revealed by Hasselblad and includes all of the bells and whistles with a price estimated to be at around $31,000 US for the 39MP model. If the $31,000 is a little steep in price for you, there's always the 22 MP model price at around $25,000 ;)

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October 1st, 2006
Your Week In Review With Sunday’s Summary

Here is your week in review with Sunday's Summary! If you missed something, check it out.

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September 30th, 2006
CyberNotes: Insanity Cubes To Help Occupy Your Time

If you plan on taking a road trip or a plane ride anytime soon, here's a few ideas on what you can do to keep your sanity and occupy the time using puzzles (although some may drive you nearly to insanity).

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