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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]

Love it or hate it, but Adobe's Flash plugin is likely one of the world's most widely distributed pieces of software. Given its popularity,...

Wahooly, the startup that wants to give users a piece of equity in other startups by having them provide feedback to them, was supposed...

Google+ may be mired in a bit of controversy, but the team behind Google's social network keeps adding new features on an almost daily...

Google today announced that it is about to start the actual building phase of its experimental ultra high-speed network in Kansas City, Kansas and...

Just a few days after the official launch of Firefox 10, Mozilla today also announced the latest Firefox beta for version 11 of the...

In January, Google launched its Search Plus your World initiative and the jury is still out whether this was a useful change to its...

When Apple released iBooks Author, its new eBook authoring software, last month, most pundits and users loved the software but didn't love the end-user...

Unicode's mission is to enable people around the world to use computers in their language by creating a standard for encoding the characters of...

Google's reactions: Nothing is really changing. And why is this a problem now? We briefed you weeks ago. Google announced its new, unified privacy policy...

Google's Chrome browser had its worst month on record in January, thanks to being demoted in Google's own search results for breaking Google's own...

Google just announced that it has added a new layer of security to the Android market to keep malicious software out of the store....

Yesterday, Microsoft announced a new ad campaign aimed at Google users who may be uncomfortable with some of the recent changes Google has made...

Earlier this morning, Microsoft announced a new campaign that would highlight how Microsoft was a better option for disgruntled Google users looking for a...

Google Wave once looked like it could become Google's next big thing, but in the end, the service was too complicated and never developed...

Ancestry.com founder Paul Allen has been tracking the growth of Google+ for a while now and his estimates for the site's growth have been...