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Baidu, which is the top search engine in China, and QVOD, a Chinese video on demand service, are being targeted for copyright violation. The suing parties are seeking $49.2 million in damages and they have named themselves the The Joint …Read More »
Smartphones and tablets with their apps have made many parts of life quite easy, but avid readers often complained that no such app has been released that caters to their needs. Nate Weiner, the founder of Pocket, has achieved just …Read More »
The tech world becomes convoluted day by day with people darting their ideas in from all kinds of places and professions. That said, even Hollywood stars are in no mood to stay behind this ever-changing tech revolution. Jessica Alba, the …Read More »
Even more details are trickling out as far as the extent to which the American government is going to companies such as Google and asking for user information.
I emphasize trickling in because right now we only have details on …Read More »
There are a lot of apps and tools that you can use to edit and enhance your photos. If you have a smartphone or tablet, you can use a free app like Instagram or Pixlr Express. These apps are available …Read More »
20-year-old programmers build healthcare website in just three days, show the government how it is done
The Affordable Care Act has definitely rolled out to a very bumpy start over it’s faulty website, which is still shut down from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. to make improvements, according to the official site. So it comes as …Read More »
The Center for Copyright Information is currently developing a curriculum in California called “Be a Creator.” Its goal is to teach elementary school students the “value of copyright and dangers of digital piracy.” The group is backed by the Motion …Read More »
Perhaps Bill Gates was underestimating Mark Zuckerberg’s idea of bringing internet to the poorest regions of the world. The creator of Microsoft has been quite vocal as of late, saying that Zuckerberg needs to prioritize and that there are much …Read More »
Recently China has held their “Third Plenum”, which was a meeting that took place over a four day period and 204 full Communist Party Central Committee members were in attendance, as well as over 150 alternates.
While information about the …Read More »
It probably isn’t that much of a shock to find out that when it comes to online video, both Netflix and Youtube are at the top of the game. While Amazon has tried to compete with its service, and Hulu …Read More »
Internet is what the world revolves around these days. People don’t meet their friends physically everyday, but they talk through internet every day. Computers were used for chatting and for various other purposes, but now smartphones have replaced computers in …Read More »
As a huge fan of the Xbox, news like these doesn’t go down well. Personally, this mindless squabble amongst fanboys about resolutiongate and the Xbox One’s extra features doesn’t phase me at all. In the gaming world, you have man-children, …Read More »
In early October, Adobe’s security was penetrated and millions of online credentials were stolen. A recently analysis of the passwords that were taken show that the most popular password among Adobe’s 38 million users was “123456″, used by roughly 1.9 …Read More »
Don’t laugh at this person… just kidding, please, do laughRead More »
Sad times for an Australian 18-year-old, who goes by the name TradeFortress and managed to lose $1 million in Bitcoin. The money was stolen (read: hacked) from an online Bitcoin bank he controlled, so right away the logical decision here …Read More »
Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore’s Prime Minister, had recently made comments about finding a member of the group known as Anonymous, after some of them threatened to hack government owned websites in a video, and because of this they hacked into …Read More »
It seems that iosHunt isn’t the only site to have had a resurrection as of late. Silk Road is back and those currently running it claim that it will be much harder to shut down than the first one was.…Read More »
When it comes to Kickstarter, it is clear that not every campaign might turn out well in the end. This means that folks must take great care along with doing the research before making a pledge. However, we never thought …Read More »
You should always watch what you say on Facebook, it can come back to bite you. Ruben Santiago, police chief in Columbia, South Carolina, found that out the hard way when he answered a post on the department’s Facebook page. …Read More »
Yes, these people do exist in the world.Read More »
Internet has never been pristine and flawless. However error-free it can be made, there will always be bugs impeding the flow of the internet and applications associated with it. In order to make the internet immaculate, tech firms over the …Read More »
The City of Los Angeles is accepting proposals for free citywide WiFi. That’s right, after months of batting around the idea, LA is moving forward.
Creating a city wide network is not going to be a quick, simple project. In …Read More »
In move to maybe bring some civility towards the comments section on Youtube by, Google has made it so that you have to connect your account on Youtube to your Google+ account if you want to post a comment.
Jawed …Read More »
I laughed out loud after reading this. Pure comedy gold right here folks.Read More »
YouTube’s brand new commenting system has just begun rolling out worldwide today, the company announced on its blog. The new system is powered by Google+ and according to YouTube, its designed to “turn comments into conversations that matter to you.” …Read More »