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Brazilian Federal Attorney’s Office sues Twitter

02/07/2012, Despite Twitter’s recent move to censor tweets by region, it looks like it isn’t enough to keep the Brazilian Federal Attorney Office happy. It recently received a lawsuit from the Brazilian Federal Attorney Office, requesting that it suspends...

CEOP-customized Internet Explorer 9 now available

02/07/2012, To celebrate Safer Internet Day 2012, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) have teamed up together with Microsoft to release a special version of Internet Explorer 9. This specially modified version of the web browser features a new...

Amazon rumored to launch a physical retail store

02/06/2012, While most companies are making the switch from physical to digital, it looks like Amazon might be going in the opposite direction. According to rumors online, Amazon is planning to roll out a retail store within the next few months. This retail store...

Google “Solve for X” to be unveiled today?

02/06/2012, We all know there’s a lot more to Google than just search, Gmail and Android – and it looks like today will be the day we are introduced to another of the company’s latest project. Titled “Solve for X”, the official website just...

BTjunkie shuts down

02/06/2012, A couple of weeks ago, Megaupload was shut down by the authorities and slowly we’ve begun to feel the repercussions of the move. Filesonic no longer shares files, and a number of other torrent sites have decided to close their doors for good. Now...

Mozilla developing web push notifications for Firefox

02/03/2012, If there’s one main advantage native apps have over web apps – it’s the ability to receive push notifications for getting new messages or updates on mobile devices. Well it looks like all that might change in the future. It has been reported...

President Obama on YouTube today at 2.30 pm PT to answer questions

01/30/2012, President Obama is well known for his brilliant use of social media and early adoption of the Web 2.0 tools to promote his political ideas. The digital strategy for his election campaign has been made a historical case study on how to use the internet for...

Tweets prevent two British tourists from entering the US

01/30/2012, While it’s common knowledge to be careful about what you say in public, it looks like that practice will have to apply to tweets as well. It has been reported that two British tourists were recently barred from entering the US when Homeland Security...

LEGO Rebrick: an official online LEGO community

01/24/2012, If you’re a LEGO fan and you’re looking for an outlet to share your creations with a wider audience or you just want to check out work by other people, LEGO has answered your prayers. The 72-year old building block toy now has an official online...

Facebook Timeline rolling out to everyone soon

01/24/2012, We’ve previously covered Facebook’s revamp to the Facebook profile page known as the Timeline, and while it’s been available for everyone as an opt-in feature over the past few months, it looks like the social network is now ready to push it to...

Google+ to support alternate names

01/24/2012, In order to get an account on Google+, users were previously required to use their real names on their profiles. Of course, a number of people weren’t happy about the decision, especially those who wanted to create anonymous accounts or use nicknames...

Filesonic no longer shares files

01/23/2012, Last week it was reported that MegaUpload, one of the world’s largest file sharing sites was shut down and its founders charged for breaking the law. While other file sharing sites haven’t been directly affected by the take down, it looks like...