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Cyberattack alert! Car and candy companies are not spared

03/11/2013, Over the last few months, 40 known companies have been identified as victims of cyberattacks. As more details are being revealed, it turns out that these attacks are not only targeted at tech companies such as Apple or Twitter but other industries as...

YouTube Co-Founder Teases Launch Of New Video Service

03/11/2013, When Google purchased YouTube for $1.65 billion a little over six years ago, the company knew it was a service they absolutely needed in their suite of products. That’s why when you hear one of the original co-founders of YouTube may be developing a...

Fraunhofer IIS: Surround Sound with Video Streaming on Android

03/08/2013, [CeBIT 2013] I saw a great number of technology demos at CeBIT, and the Fraunhofer booth is always a good place to find interesting demos that provide a good insight of what is really going on inside our most beloved gadgets. At CeBIT this year,...

Facebook Improves News Feed Design

03/07/2013, Facebook is rolling out an updated news feed design that puts even more emphasis on photos and friends. Secondary information (“posted x hrs ago”) fades in the background but is still available if you really want to see it. I really like the...

KFC Offering Free Wi-Fi At All U.K. Restaurants

03/06/2013, KFC may not seem like a big deal here in the U.S., but they’re pretty popular all over the world, especially in Japan where Colonel Sanders has been a pop culture icon for years. The popular fried-chicken chain will be treating its customers in the...

Internet Proxy Weddings On The Rise

03/06/2013, My wife and I will soon be celebrating our one-year wedding anniversary next month, and one of the last things we both would have considered would be to get hitched through a webcam, or better known as a proxy wedding. But apparently this method of...

Facebook News Feed Update May Introduce Multiple Categories

03/06/2013, Facebook is preparing to unveil changes it’s made to its News Feed tomorrow, but it looks like we may have caught a glimpse of what the company is planning to showcase tomorrow in a story we published last week. Facebook began testing out a new...

EU Slaps Microsoft With $730 Million Fine Over Internet Explorer

03/06/2013, Many years ago there was a huge deal made over Microsoft and their browser, Internet Explorer, in which there were complaints that by bundling Internet Explorer with Windows, it would harm competition between web browsers and affect consumer choice. Now...

Microsoft Ending Scroogled TV Campaign

03/04/2013, Microsoft’s Scroogled media campaign started this past November as the company did its best to educate consumers of how Google conducts its Google Shopping business, specifically how they sell the ranking of products rather than offering legitimate...

The Harlem Shake Goes Political In Egypt

03/04/2013, The Harlem Shake, for those unfamiliar, is a video where one person starts dancing in a room full of people minding their own business, before it cuts to the break where the entire room can be seen shaking and gyrating wildly and randomly, more often than...

CloudFlare Is Down, Taking Thousands Of Websites With It

03/03/2013, Web accelerator CloudFlare is having network-wide DNS issues, and it looks like all sites that use it as a front-end proxy are down as a result. The company has confirmed the outage with a Tweet that says: “we’re experencing a network-wide...