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ChromeMarks Syncs Chrome Bookmarks with Android [Downloads]

Android: If you're tired of manually adding new bookmarks to both your PC and your phone, ChromeMarks will sync all your bookmarks between Android and Chrome with minimal setup. 

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Ringing in a New Smartphone Year (week in review)

A Verizon iPhone is widely expected to be announced after CES, while Amazon and Barnes & Noble tout their e-reader sales. Also: Groupon goes for nearly $1 billion in funding.

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Bill Murray's Great Big Anti-Tech Rant [Video]

My-oh-my! Bill Murray has quite a few issues with technology, trends, and innovation. Just listen to him go on and on in this little rant from a TV promo filmed in the 1980s! [BoingBoing] More »...

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Most Popular Chrome Extensions and Posts of 2010 [Video]

Google's browser is a little over two years old, but it's making major waves on the web. This year, Chrome added extensions, a webapp "Store," stable Mac and Linux releases, and more. Here's what intrigued us all most about Chrome in 2010. More »...

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IBM: Five Innovations That Will Change Lives by 2015

IBM has delivered a series of predictions for technological innovations it says will have broad impact and change lives by 2015. They range from 3-D and holographic technology in cameras and cell phones, to batteries that will power devices by & breathing& air, to recycling the energy produced by the...

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