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Around the Web 3.12.09: Robo-gardeners, Google Voice and Hulu friends

March 12, 2009 |  8:15 am
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-- From Microsoft to coffee: European Union regulates its own coffee machines. NYT

-- March Madness comes to iPhone via paid App. Chicago Tribune

-- Bye-bye, black thumb! MIT develops robo-gardener. CNet

-- No fair = no fun. An essay on the notion of balance in video games. Strange Horizons

-- Microsoft: Explorer is faster than Firefox and Chrome. Slashdot

-- How does Google track you? Let us count the ways. NYT

-- Google Voice turns voicemails into e-mails. Reuters via Wired

-- Hulu wants to make some friends, adds social network to video service. paidContent

-- Coming soon to a gadget near you: batteries that charge in three seconds. PCWorld

-- Wii may serve up movies, TV shows. Variety

-- Alex Pham