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Want to be able to download key information from your Google accounts? Well, now you can. Google recently unveiled new additions to their Google Takeout service that allows you to download data from more of your Google accounts to be …Read More »
Demand for Bitcoin in China is strong. So strong that it is said investors have embraced the new currency thanks to Chinese demand, which is what has been driving the price so high recently. However, China’s central bank is not …Read More »
Oh how we wished this Taylor Swift hoax was true.The Internet would have ripped her a new one, and then some.Read More »
Peter Clatworthy, a 19-year-old who lives in Billborough, which is near Nottingham, UK, spent £450 (roughly US$749.02) on an Xbox One. Or so he thought. Turns out, what he ended up buying was a picture of an Xbox One.
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The web is already filled with lots of cloud-based file storage and file sharing services but most of these services would require you to install a desktop app or software. Now, what if you just want to share some photos …Read More »
Enjoy some nostalgia with 57% off Back to the Future 25th anniversary trilogy on Blu-ray.Read More »
The Affordable Health Care Act has definitely had a tumultuous couple of months. Finally it seems to be working for the most part and on Monday it was able to handle a million users, though there are still some bugs …Read More »
Someone should get fired for virtually doing it on the job.Read More »
Researchers at Trustwave’s Spider Labs have uncovered a server with more than two million stolen login credentials. The stolen logins were for Facebook, Yahoo, Google, and Twitter accounts as well as for a handful of other sites.
According to Spider …Read More »
Google has been the biggest name in search engines for years. They have also ruled the internet with their email services and YouTube. Not too long ago they got into the social networking game with Google+. What’s next for the …Read More »
Facebook Batman is here to save the day… click.Read More »
So you’re one ugly barnacle on the webcam, but that’s fine. These tips will help you improve your looks and land you that big position. Or not. We can only help so much.Read More »
Steam has reached a milestone on Sunday, when at 11 a.m. its store had 7.19 million concurrent users. That is to say, 7.19 people were using Steam at the same time, worldwide.
Lately when it comes to the gaming news …Read More »
Finally, after a few months and a tremendous effort to fix the Affordable Health Care Act’s website, it seems that it is finally running smoothly, for the most part.
The debacle over the HealthCare.gov website and how many problems it …Read More »
This is a sad day for mankind.Read More »
Anil Valiv, a government officer in India, has created PositiveSaathi.com, which is a site that helps HIV positive Indians find romantic matches.
To date Valiv has helped create matches that resulted in between 200 and 400 marriages so far. He …Read More »
Gamers have reported being suspended from Xbox Live’s Upload Studio for using bad language. Microsoft stands by this decision and apparently they are losing patience when it comes to the use of “filthy” language.
“(W)e take Code of Conduct moderation …Read More »
Here are some of the biggest successes and failures of crowdsourcing.Read More »
China’s online censorship system currently blocks many popular online destination, with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube among the list. It also bans sites hosted in Taiwan and rights groups. Apparently, China feels that, with this censorship, they have been successful at “cleaning” …Read More »
It’s a sad day for James Howells, a day that might haunt him for the rest of his life. Since 2009, Howell had been growing a massive stash of Bitcoin. When he started, Bitcoin wasn’t a popular thing, and it …Read More »
The fight for equal rates is over, for now anyway. Pandora, one of the most well-known online music streaming sties, has given up its quest to get congress to pass a law that would put them on more equal footing …Read More »
Healthcare.gov website is practically a huge disaster for the Obama administration, and with only three days left to fix all the kinks, it appears things might not turn out well before the final day. Apparently, the website is moving to …Read More »
Not many companies can take on a full grown troll and live to tell the tale. Newegg has just discovered this, after a Texas jury ordered them to pay $2.3 million in damages in a lawsuit that was over a …Read More »
At the moment, the United States of America is ranked #31 as far as internet download speed goes. This ranking is made by Speetest.net, and is reported in their most recent update of the index.
The site marked how it …Read More »