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  • One Of Google’s Project Loon Balloons Crashed Into Power Lines In Washington State

    One Of Google’s Project Loon Balloons Crashed Into Power Lines In Washington State

    Google’s self-driving cars may have an almost impeccable safety record, but chances are the company won’t be touting those same numbers about Project Loon — its attempt to bring Internet access to remote areas with the help of balloons — anytime soon. Read More

  • Google Must Not Like Sports, As Google Now Will Crash When You Try To Add Or Remove Teams From The Sports Card

    Google Must Not Like Sports, As Google Now Will Crash When You Try To Add Or Remove Teams From The Sports Card

    Google Now is a great feature for Android users, and now those who are on iOS devices. The idea is that the more you use Google products, the more it learns about you and the better information it can spit at you proactively. However, if you try to interact with Google Now, specifically on which sports teams you’d like to follow, the app will crash. Not only will Google Now crash… Read More

  • Crash Debuts An Online And Mobile Guide To Local Tourist Attractions

    Crash Debuts An Online And Mobile Guide To Local Tourist Attractions

    Crashworks, a new Idealab-backed travel startup, is today coming out of its semi-stealth mode with a fun mobile application called Crash and accompanying website for unique, crowdsourced tourist attractions. The difference between what Crash offers compared with more robust travel guides, is that it’s not focused on recommending hotels, transportation, restaurants or bars –… Read More

  • Is Your Cover Crashing Your Kindle 3? Here’s Why

    Is Your Cover Crashing Your Kindle 3? Here’s Why

    Kindle 3 giving you problems? It just might be your cover. There’s been quite a few users reporting problems with Kindle crashes, and they all seem to have the same thing in common: they are all using a case that connects to the Kindle using the side hooks. Read More

  • Sitemeter Kills Thousands Of Sites For IE Users

    Sitemeter Kills Thousands Of Sites For IE Users

    In yet another case of widgets going crazy and causing havoc, a bug in Sitemeter has caused a large number of websites and blogs using the free web analytics tool to fail loading for users of Internet Explorer. Users of Google’s Blogger were amongst the first to report experiencing problems with sites running Sitemeter at 6pm pacific time on Friday. The problem has since been… Read More

  • The BTOD

    The BTOD

    Couldn’t resist. Sorry. via Coverhunt Read More

  • Linux Indy Car Just Plain Sucks

    Linux Indy Car Just Plain Sucks

    While Linux may not suck, its official Indy car definitely does. A group of hopeful, brash Linux users got together for the Tux 500 campaign to raise enough money to slap a Tux sticker on the front of an Indy car. Sure enough, the dorks succeeded and managed to get car #77 to put the sticker on the front. Shortly after the Indianapolis 500 began on Sunday, the car crashed and took an… Read More

  • Oh Snap! Biz 2.0 Doesn't Do Backups!

    Oh Snap! Biz 2.0 Doesn't Do Backups!

    The worst possible scenario for a print magazine is for your entire future issue to be completely wiped out in a hard drive failure. Now that you’ve read that sentence and most likely this article’s title, I’m sure you can put two and two together to find out which magazine lost its entire June issue thanks to data failure. Funny how a magazine that’s always ranting on… Read More