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YouTube Super Bowl Half Time Show Will Feature Fake Ads And Stunts

01/20/2015, You hardly ever want to get up from in front of the TV during the Super Bowl but when the halftime show rolls in that’s usually when you quickly make a trip to the loo and get some more snacks and drinks. Its not like everyone who watches the Super...

Twitter Helped To Drive 18.2% Of Box Office Sales In The UK [Study]

01/14/2015, Social media plays a huge role in helping companies launch new products, post updates, run promotions, and so on, which is why it does not come as a huge surprise to learn that Twitter has had a role in helping to drive box office sales in the UK. Twitter...

Facebook Now Warns Users Of Potentially Graphic Videos

01/14/2015, There are all sorts of videos users upload onto Facebook. Some are funny, some are entertaining, and some are just downright disturbing, although we reckon that might be subjective. What makes this worse is the fact that Facebook auto-plays videos, which...

Google Domains Can Now Be Used By Everyone In The U.S.

01/13/2015, In June last year Google Domains was announced. It is a new service by Google which aims to steal business away from domain registrars, and to make things competitive, it will offer whois protection for free, most registrars charge for this...

The Pirate Bay Goes All Terminator, Says “I’ll Be Back”

01/12/2015, Last month popular torrent website The Pirate Bay was taken offline after a raid. It took weeks for the website to return online, but it didn’t bring back the database, instead there was just one page that had a pirate flag waving constantly. Some...

President Obama Proposes New Laws To Safeguard Americans’ Data

01/12/2015, 2014 wasn’t a great year for cybersecurity. Some of the biggest retailers in the country were hit with cyberattacks that left data of millions of Americans compromised, data included social security numbers, credit and debit card information apart...

Google Loses Most U.S. Search Share Since 2009

01/08/2015, It goes without saying that Google is the most widely used search engine around the world. The common phrase for searching something online is “Google it,” which goes to show just how well established Google is in the search market. Its...

Amazon’s Redesigned Website Appears To Be Rolling Out To Some

01/08/2015, From time to time, websites get redesigned and updated with new looks and improved navigational features have are designed to make the viewer’s experience better. Now Amazon has been working on a new design since July of last year and it looks like the...

Old Facebook “Copyright Takedown” Hoax Resurfaces

01/06/2015, We’re not sure how many of you guys have noticed, but there are some who have recently started posting a bunch of legalese on their Facebook status updates, basically claiming that by posting that status, they are exempting themselves from Facebook’s...

Gogo Found To Be Spoofing Its Inflight WiFi Customers

01/06/2015, Say you’ve paid for inflight WiFi service which usually costs more than it should, the last thing you would expect for your inflight WiFi service provider to do is spoof you, right? Unfortunately that’s what Google engineer Adrienne Porter had...

Netflix Continues Crackdown Against Foreign Subscribers Using VPNs

01/04/2015, Netflix may be one of the most popular online video streaming services in the world but it is only available in a handful of markets, like the U.S. and UK. People in other part of the world can access this service if they bypass geo-restrictions by using...

FCC May Vote On Net Neutrality Next Month

01/04/2015, As the wait continues for the Federal Communications Commission to come up with new guidelines there has already been a lot of debate on the issue of net neutrality. ISPs have their own point of view, which some online services support, and others...