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NIMO calling us!!!!!!!!! HURRYYYYY!!!!!!!!Marine biologists studying the impact of ocean acidification, which occurs when carbon dioxide dissolves in seawater, have found it affects the ability of fish to smell. ?They have discovered that young fish reared in water with elevated levels of carbon dioxide in the water become unable to distinguish the scent of predators [...]

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Facebook, MySpace, Twitter these spark off associations of coolness, youth and perhaps constant socialization. The world of social networking seems to have created an eternal excitement among both consumers and marketers. Along with the excitement comes the challenges of using this enigmatic medium.

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Facebook hit 500 million users this week, but where do they all live? If Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populous in the world – but it’s not a country. Those 500 million people (give or take a few fake profiles, right?) all live in actual countries, where Facebook is used [...]

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Today Facebook made a significant announcement: publishers can now publish content to the feeds of all people who liked a specific page. This is a significant step forward in the opening of Facebook Page functionality to the entire web. Also as part of the announcement, Facebook announced a minor, yet significant, upgrade that will convert [...]

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It looks like an iPad, only it’s 1/14th the cost: India has unveiled the prototype of a $35 basic touchscreen tablet aimed at students, which it hopes to bring into production by 2011.

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Online blogging is a trendy communication tool not just for tech-savvy humans. Now your car can also send messages on Twitter and have more followers than even singer Lady Gaga and US President Barack Obama.