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Malware Monday won’t be as bad as anticipated

07/06/2012, People everywhere are hyping up the event on July 9th known as “Malware Monday.” The event will not be as scary as everyone is saying and the internet is not going to go out for everyone. Let me start off by explaining exactly what caused all...

Twitter search and discovery to change forever, Twitter exec says

07/05/2012, It seems that the folks over at Twitter are prepping up something for its millions of active users. In a tweet today, engineering manager Pankaj Gupta, who currently leads the personalization and recommender systems group over at Twitter, hinted that the...

LOLFlix – the future of online comedy?

07/05/2012, Netflix might be the king when it comes to streaming your favorite movies and TV series, but what if you’re looking for standup comedies? Well, a newcomer to the scene LOLFlix might be just what you’re looking for. Following in the footsteps...

Facebook Want button pictured

07/05/2012, Not too long ago, a Facebook developer discovered the Want button in the latest Facebook SDK. Well, if you’ve been wondering what this new Want button could look like when/if it’s finally released, you’re looking at it (image above)....

Google Street View used to convict man of pet negligence

07/05/2012, If you thought Google Street View was only good enough for finding out what a place looks like from the comfort of your own home, think again. It looks like Google’s panoramic imaging service can also be used to convict people of their crimes. A...

Twitter used to locate lost dog that took a train ride to Dublin

07/04/2012, Oh the wonders of technology. Deirdre Anglin lost her dog named Patch when the Jack Russell terrier accidentally boarded the 6:49 AM commuter train in Kilcock, over 20 miles west of Dublin on Tuesday this week. Fearful and obviously worried, she did the...

Google Video content moving to YouTube

07/04/2012, A few years ago, Google launched its own online video sharing service to compete with YouTube – Google Video. Well we all know how that turned out – Google decided to take over YouTube instead. It’s been a long time since we’ve...

BBC Sport app brings live streaming of sport events to Facebook

07/02/2012, BBC Sport has just launched its own app for Facebook users. The app will allow Facebook users to watch live streams of sporting events such as Wimbledon or the Olympics. You can watch the events online with your friends and chat with them online as it...

Surge in Yahoo Mail Spam?

06/29/2012, It has been reported that some Yahoo Mail account users are seeing a surge in email SPAM. This is a relatively new development because although GMail remains the best player in town for SPAM filtering, Yahoo Mail wasn’t so bad – especially...

Facebook Want Button In The Works

06/29/2012, Facebook developer Tom Waddington has stumbled on a Want button in the latest Facebook SDK. As you know the Like button has been a universal hit, and it is clear that a Want button could generate data that would make a lot of advertisers and marketing...

Adobe to discontinue supporting Flash on Android 4.1

06/29/2012, In February this year, Adobe announced that it will no longer develop further versions of its Flash Player for mobile browsers, and said that the beta version of Chrome for Android will no longer be supported. However, the company added that its Flash...

Chrome blamed for MacBook crashes, Google confirms issue

06/28/2012, We’re adding another Google Chrome-related story before you go to bed tonight. But this one’s unfortunately negative. If your MacBook has been crashing lately, Gizmodo thinks that Google’s Chrome browser is to blame. Apparently the...