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Ediket: A (Nice) Copy-Editing App & Marketplace

09/18/2014, Copy-editing if often associated with professional and expensive services that only businesses can afford. It is mostly the case, but Ediket’s team believes that there should be something between “no copy-editing” and expensive copy-editing. They...

Using Netflix Through VPN Might Soon Become Difficult

09/18/2014, Netflix is a very popular online video streaming service. Even though its only available in select markets right now across North America and Europe the service has thousands of users from different parts of the world who connect to the service using a...

Amazon Beats Google To Purchase .Buy Domain For $4.6 Million

09/18/2014, Amazon is one of the biggest online retailers in the world and it has forked out some serious money just for exclusive access to the .Buy domain name based website. It was up against Google in an auction which was also interested in purchasing the .Buy...


Larry Page’s Google 2.0 Will Explore The Challenges Of Humanity

09/18/2014, Google might have started out as a humble search engine, but over the years, the company has expanded and evolved and are now known for many things. This includes providing online services like email, researching how to provide the whole world with...

Apple Enables Two-Step Authentication For iCloud.com

09/16/2014, About a couple of weeks ago, there was a breach of private photos by celebrities that made its way onto the internet. Many had initially believed that this is due to iCloud being hacked, although it turned out that it was just a very targeted attack that...

Artist Asks Google “To Be Forgotten” To Highlight His New Work

09/14/2014, One of the ways to get noticed on the internet is by being relevant enough where Google will list you as one of the results in its search pages, but interestingly enough in a bid to draw attention to himself and his new work, an artist by the name of Dan...

Five Million Gmail Usernames And Passwords Have Leaked Online

09/10/2014, Hackers have apparently been very busy this month. Shortly after the horrifying iCloud hack that resulted in nude pictures of many celebrities being leaked online it looks like as many as five million Gmail users have been badly hit. Earlier today...

Amazon Tries To Pre-Empt Critics By Buying “Amazonsucks.com”

09/09/2014, There are probably companies out there that we don’t like for a variety of reasons – it could be poor customer service, overpriced when compared to competitors, lack of variety, and so on. What happens in these cases is that people tend to write...

Microsoft Unveils XiaoIce Chat Bot For China

09/08/2014, It seems that while Microsoft might have a tumultuous relationship with the Chinese government at the moment, it seems that the Redmond company is still busy releasing content for its users in the region, and recently Microsoft has announced XiaoIce, a...

Twitpic Shutting Its Doors On The 25th Of September

09/05/2014, If you’re a frequent user of Twitpic, you might be saddened to hear that the service will be shutting down effective on the 25th of September. According to Twitpic’s founder, Noah Everett, “A few weeks ago Twitter contacted our legal demanding that...

4chan Introduces DMCA Policy After Celebrity Photo Scandal

09/03/2014, The 4chan forums have managed to gain a pretty bad reputation for themselves over the years, no thanks to the endless trolling of posts, weird and horrible images, and so on. However it seems that in light of the recent celebrity nude photo scandal, which...