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Google Addresses Piracy And Profits From It


Search Engine Google just announced changes in its search engine policy that will fight piracy and make them money as well. Google has been criticized for some time for enabling users to download entertainment illegally for free. Not surprisingly the ...

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Teen Sex And Sexting


According to a new study recently published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston state sexting might well be a new “normal” part of adolescent sexual development. It is also not an act ...

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Another Hairy Situation For iPhone 6?

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The recently released iPhone 6 is the center of yet more controversy. This time, it’s not ”Bendgate” but a hairier issue. Details are still at times fuzzy but according to a recent community post at 9to5Mac, some of the new ...

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Facebook Finally Fighting Fake ‘Likes’


Facebook, the web’s largest social networking site, doesn’t like counterfeit “Likes”.  The Facebook network is home to over 1.3 billion users. Many of these users sign in on a daily basis to play games, catch up on local goings-on or ...

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Windows 9 Free For Windows 8 Users

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According to various sources including Detik, Windows 9, the next version of Microsoft’s desktop operating system, will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 8 users. The new version (codenamed “Threshold”) will be officially unveiled to the public on ...

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FBI Head Blasts Apple Over Encryption


At a press conference yesterday FBI director James Comey strongly criticized both Apple and Google for creating smart phone encryption codes that are so secure that even members of law enforcement is unable to easily gain access to data saved ...

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Apple iPhone 6 Owners Bent Out Of Shape

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The Apple iPhone 6 has barely hit store shelves and already the “early bird” owners of both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are already annoyed about several concerns including battery life, privacy issues and Wi-Fi troubles.  While answers ...

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Exosuit Scores $2.9 Million Contract


A team of researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering of Harvard University recently announced they have come up with a new type of exosuit or “wearable robotics” that would actually minimize the energy needed by a human ...

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Why Do People Care About The iWatch? — ‘The Why’


Welcome to the newest edition of The Why.  “Why do people care about the iWatch?” you ask? Good question . . . timely too. (Besides, it beats answering the question: “Why do my thighs sweat so much in the summer?”) ...

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Facebook Autoplay Causing Controversy


According to various sources Facebook is the alleged reason for “high data charges” that were caused by numerous auto-playing videos when smart phone users recently scrolled down through the Facebook News Feed in both the iOS and Android mobile application. ...

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