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Friday, Nov. 14, 2008

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Today's top stories...

Web-tracking company sued
NebuAd is being sued for violating users’ privacy. The company scans the content of surfers’ Web traffic. It helps ISPs serve targeted ads. Six ISPs that used NebuAd are also being sued.

Mozilla patches critical Firefox flaws
Mozilla has patched a bevy of vulnerabilities in Firefox. Of the flaws, six are rated critical. Most can be used to insert malicious code. Firefox should install the updates automatically.

Speech search comes to iPhone
Google is launching voice-recognition tools for the iPhone. Users can search the Internet by voice. Microsoft and Yahoo! offer similar tools. Software makers are also adding voice-recognition to programs.

Google still tops in search
Google’s share of the search market grew to 71.7 percent last month. That’s up from 64.5 percent in October 2007. Google’s growth comes at the expense of Yahoo! and Microsoft.

That’s one way to dispose of old gear
People worry about their data when recycling electronics. So, e-Scrap has come up with a solution. Old items are shredded before being recycled. Find out how to dispose of a PC the PC way in my column.

eBay to honor seller’s feedback milestone
One eBay seller has passed a huge milestone. Eforcity has earned 1 million positive feedback points. That far surpasses other sellers. Feedback helps buyers determine whether to do business with a seller.

Virtual affair leads to divorce
A British woman is divorcing her husband because of Second Life. She found her husband’s avatar in a tryst with another avatar. The couple met online five years ago. Is this really adultery? Hit my Message Board.

Get the best deal on budget LCD HDTVs
The digital television transition is fast approaching. So, maybe you’re in the market for a new TV. In this week’s column, learn how to save a bundle on an LCD HDTV.

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Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!

Video of the Day: Arnel Pineda is living a life right out of a Hollywood movie. But fact is more interesting than fiction. His story is amazing.

Cool Site of the Day: The space shuttle Endeavor is preparing to blast off. NASA's preparations are on the Web. You can also see space walks.

Digital Minute, on your radio: Move over, cable broadband. Move over, DSL. An entirely new way to access the Internet is coming soon!

Free Download of the Day: Managing photos on your computer isn't easy. Do you need help getting organized? The right software can help.

Tip on the site: So, your computer records videos. That doesn't mean you can't view them on your television. You just need a media extender.

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Other Items of Interest
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Fake Security Camera With LED

Specialty sites help you save money
Money’s tight. So, you’re probably trying to trim your expenses. Then don’t miss this money-saving tip! Find out how to save big bucks on your purchases.

Set time limits on your computer
Are you having trouble keeping your children on track? Then it may be time to limit their computer use. That’s easier said than done. But my tip will help you set time limits the easy way.

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