Google Launches Crisis Map for Hurricane Sandy

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As Hurricane Sandy moves near the U.S. mid-Atlantic coast, Google is helping those affected prepare for the storm with a dedicated crisis map. The map tracks Sandy’s path, letting users choose between several layers of information, such as the current location of the storm, forecast track, shelter locations, cloud imagery, public alerts and more. Google […]

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SHARK JUMPED: ‘Glee’ Covers Gangnam Style

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Picking up considerable virility on the Internet is this segment of Glee, latching onto “Gangnam Style,” the biggest hit YouTube has ever known. On Glee’s week-late “Thanksgiving” show, this hyper-produced version of “Gangnam Style” happened, with lots of well-tuned singing and wooden dancing. Ouch. Does this mean “Gangnam Style” has run its course? Has the […]

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Internet Explorer 10 Ad Is Brutally Honest

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Think Internet Explorer sucks? You’re not alone, and yes, Microsoft is painfully aware of its home-grown web browser’s reputation, as this new ad makes clear. Simply titled “Do you know this guy?” the video shows a typical basement dweller prolifically sending comments and @replies left and right, proclaiming that “IE sucks” over and over, occasionally […]

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Watch Mitt Romney Deliver His Concession Speech

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Gov. Mitt Romney gave his concession speech at 12:55 a.m. ET Wednesday morning, following his loss to President Barack Obama. In the speech, which clocked in at approximately five minutes, Romney wished goodwill on Obama and his family, while calling for a bipartisan American future. “I believe in America. I believe in the people of […]

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Reporters Turn to Mobile Video, Viddy for Fashion Week Coverage

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Snapshot from Nanette Lepore’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Instagram may have been the darling of New York Fashion Week in February, but this September, several fashion reporters are turning to Viddy and other forms of mobile video distribution to compliment their coverage. Eva Chen, Teen Vogue beauty director and hyperactive user of Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram, […]

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