A Taiwanese man sues two people after one of them clicks the Facebook “like” button for a post the other made. A pron video was accidentally played on an LED billboard in Wenzhou, China. Google Maps plans to start charging for usage. Amazon Prime members will be able to borrow Kindle books for free in the near future. Giant Lego man washes ashore in Sarasota. Plus, Science News and an Epic Fail!
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A Russian billboard was hacked to show porn to passerbys. The FBI has a new forensic tool: Google Image Search. A kid builds a network router out of Legos. Canceling a Nexus One contract costs more than the phone itself. Listen in to find out how AT&T generates support for its anti-Net-Neutrality stance. Fake log cabins and Pants on the ground. Barnes & Noble starts a textbook rental service. Facebook adds comment reply by email feature. Plus, the Fark Headline of the Week and the Question of the Week.
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