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    Jimmy Kimmel sat down with Senator Bernie Sanders on Friday night following a blockbuster of an interview with Trump the previous evening. The two talked about Bernie's policy and personal life but kept returning to the upcoming California primary an…
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  • newThree Weeks With Apple's iPhone SE, A Mostly Excellent Starter iPhone
    Apple hits a new price point with the new SE, but doesn't sacrifice much quality or many features to get there.
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  • newIs Everything Wrestling?
    With each passing year, more and more facets of popular culture become something like wrestling: a stage-managed “reality” in which scripted stories bleed freely into real events, with the blurry line between truth and untruth seeming to heighten…
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  • newDreaded Superbug Found For The First Time In US
    A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman showed the presence of a rare kind of E. coli infection that is resistant to antibiotics, even Colistin, which doctors sometimes use as a last resort when other antibiotics fail.
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  • newSomeone's trying to gut America's strongest biometric privacy law

    Someone's trying to gut America's strongest biometric privacy law

    For years, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act has been a headache for any tech company working with facial recognition. It's a simple law, requiring a person's explicit consent before a company can make a biometric scan of their body. In…
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  • newThe 2017 GT-R NISMO may be the most badass Nissan you can buy

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  • newFacebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

    Facebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

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    HP just officially made backpack VR computers a trend

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    Facebook starts selling offsite ads targeting non-users too

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    Remains of the Day: You Can Now Upload Images Directly to Reddit

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    Sorted for iOS Makes Task Management Simple and Fast

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    15 Alternatives to Gmail   Gmail, for many, has become the go-to email solution due its advanced options, including an integrated chat function and access to other Google features that help you keep up with your Google Plus buddies. Because the serv…
    - 23 Dec 12, 7:04pm -
  • Amazon Black Friday Deals
    As Blackfriday Rolls around – Amazon has some great deals on Black Friday that we highly suggest you check out. Could save yourself a ton of money and time but not going to the store. Click here to save on Amazon’s Black Friday Deals This story p…
    - 22 Nov 12, 12:05pm -
  • Small Business Guide to Accepting Credit Cards
    Congratulations!  Starting a small business is a great achievement.  You’ve invested time, effort and money to make your dream come alive.  You’ve turned your dream of owning a small business into a reality.  Your product is ready to sell and…
    - 22 Jul 12, 8:55pm -
  • The Small Business Guide to Domain and Web site Registration
    Are you considering a website as a part of your business?  The internet changed business forever by creating an immediate way to market your products and services to millions of customers all around the world.   An effective website is the only st…
    - 19 Jul 12, 9:07pm -
  • Does Product Design Always Matter?
    While I don’t own many Apple products, I know the feeling that they give me when I use them. I like my Android tablet but for some reason the iPod Touch just seems to give me a better feeling when I use it. For years I’ve called it the, “white…
    - 27 Apr 12, 2:20am -
  • Web Jobs – April 23
    Need a new web job? Check out the latest jobs for the week of April 23, 2012 on the CenterNetworks job board.
    - 23 Apr 12, 12:46pm -
  • Why I’m Using Facebook More Often
    I’ve never been a heavy Facebook user — I’ve had an account for a very long time but I mainly used it to share posts from CN and to “friend” people who request that I friend them. Over the years I’ve changed my personal settings to be abl…
    - 20 Apr 12, 11:52pm -
  • Tumblr is Invisible to the News, As These Charts Show. Why?
    A look at Tumblr versus Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest with regards to news.
    - 18 Apr 12, 10:52pm -
  • Check Out the Latest University of Texas Student Startups (event)
    On April 26, ten startups that are part of the “1 Semester Startup” program at the University of Texas will show off their new concepts to the world. The event is free for all to attend and will be held at the Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium in Aust…
    - 16 Apr 12, 2:48pm -
  • Shark Tank Recap – April 13 & a Second Chance Pitch!
    Below is a recap of the April 13, 2012 episode of the ABC show Shark Tank (episode 307). If you are unfamiliar with Shark Tank, the concept is simple – entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a panel of investors and the investors have to provide at lea…
    - 14 Apr 12, 1:00am -
  • For One Special Day Only…QVC Sells The iPad 2 for Double Apple Store Price
    Just over a year ago I wrote a post about how QVC and the other home shopping channels maximize the spiffs they make on their electronics products, especially the computer products. The basic idea behind their system is to sell “packages” where t…
    - 12 Apr 12, 4:06am -
  • Which Is The Better Deal?
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  • Groupon Adds Kids-Friendly Kidz Club Channel
    Last week deal site Groupon launched a Dream Weddings channel. Today it looks like they have added another channel — a “kid-friendly club”. The new Groupon Kidz Club features deals that are either geared towards kids or are kid-friendly. Each c…
    - 9 Apr 12, 1:17pm -
  • Startup Recruiting Event RoundUp for Startups Coming to Dallas
    If you are looking for a job at a startup located in Dallas, you should check out the RoundUp for Startups event later this month. The free startup recruiting event will be held on April 21, 2012 from 4-8 pm at Deep Ellum Brewing Company in Dallas, T…
    - 7 Apr 12, 2:03am -
  • Web Jobs – April 6
    Don’t be an April Fool…check out some of the latest web technology and business jobs posted for April 6, 2012 on the CenterNetworks Job Board. Subscribe to the CN Jobs feed and get all of the latest Web industry jobs delivered directly to you. Fe…
    - 6 Apr 12, 2:18pm -