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Hackers Dump Data From Ashley Madison Cheating Site


According to various tech sites, yesterday hackers now known as The Impact Team dumped a massive amount of online personal data from over one million users of the infidelity website AshleyMadison.com. This is reportedly the most recent cyber attack that ...

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Why Aren’t Laptop-Tablet Hybrids The Future Of The Computer? — ‘The Why’


Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why aren’t laptop-tablet hybrids the future of the computer?” Good question. (OK, it’s a little tech-geeky but again it beats answering those questions about some of your more personal peccadilloes. Seriously? We ...

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Google Must Respond To Charges By August 31


According to a source at Reuters, the world’s most popular Internet search engine, Google Inc., was granted an additional two weeks to respond to charges filed by the European Union (EU) that Google is abusing in “market power” in numerous ...

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Google, Facebook And Twitter Fight Child Porn


The British-based group The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has announced yesterday that Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have all consented to utilize a system to both identify and block child pornography. According to an official statement, the new system ...

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NASA Probe Finds Glass On Mars


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has discovered deposits of glass on Mars that could contain evidence about past life on the planet. The actual survey was published earlier this week in the journal Geology. ...

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About 4.2 Billion People Worldwide Still Have No Internet Access

Mobile broadband is seen as the savior, but barriers such as a lack of network coverage and content in local languages have to be overcome. / Flickr

About 4.2 Billion People Worldwide Still Have No Internet Access. The number of people using the Internet is growing at a steady rate, but 4.2 billion out of 7.4 billion will still be offline by the end of 2015. Overall, ...

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Basis Peak: A Fascinating Alternative To The Apple Watch

Basis Peak vs. Apple Watch / Imgur

For all of the media spectacle surrounding last week’s first deliveries of the Apple Watch, the fact remains that Cupertino’s smartwatch will affect relatively few people, particularly in the short term. With Apple Watch starting at a pricey $350 and ...

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Why Doesn’t The New Apple Watch Work Right? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why doesn’t the new Apple watch work right?” you ask? Good question . . . timely-ha!- too. (Besides, it beats answering the question: “Why doesn’t Apple just come out with a vaginal ...

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