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Frederic Lardinois

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Frederic Lardinois founded SiliconFilter in 2011. Before starting this site, he wrote about 1,500 articles for ReadWriteWeb. His areas of interest are consumer web and mobile apps, as well as Internet-connected devices like cars, smart sensors and toasters. You can reach him at [email protected]

tap tap tap ~ Camera+ second month sales: The Sophomore Software Slump? You just have to love how open these guys are about their sales...

Tweet Looks like Twitter is launching its own Tweet buttons later this week. While you can already embed the code (see below), not everybody can...

Unicorn Being a Jerk : C. W. Moss.

Google just announced that it has stopped development of its real-time collaboration and communication platform Google Wave. Wave, according to Google’s Urs Holzle, “has...

I used to think that location-based services like Foursquare, Gowalla, Brightkite and all of their clones represented the next big thing in mobile. The...

Since its launch 2 years ago, Google Chrome always offered three different builds of its increasingly popular browser: stable, beta and developer. While regular...

Google Earth now features local news-style weather animations for snow and rain drops. To see this, open up the latest version of Google Earth, enable the weather layer and head for a place where it is currently raining or snowing.

Yesterday, TweetDeck’s Richard Barley announced a new beta version of the popular Twitter (and Buzz, LinkedIn and Facebook) client. In this new version, TweetDeck...

Thoughts about online privacy aren't keeping most Internet users awake, but here are some eye-popping stats in the form of a very cool infographic.

Facebook just launched its long-awaited question and answer product dubbed Facebook Answers. You can now ask your social network any question you feel like and get answers from your extended network

The Old Spice Man ("I'm on a horse") is fielding questions from Internet users on Reddit today. Here are his answers. 1. Squidboots: If you were...

TweetDeck, the popular Twitter client, just celebrated its 2nd birthday. According to the company's founder Iain Dodsworth, the TweetDeck desktop client has been downloaded...

YouTube just announced that it will soon support 4k video - the next-generation HD format with a resolution of 4096x3072 pixels. At almost four times the size of 1080p, the highest resolution HD format currently available in the mainstream market, YouTube's resolution for 4K videos goes far beyond what most people will be able to watch on their TVs and computers for quite a while to come.