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Astronaut Records First Original Song Composition In Space

12/25/2012, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is the first person to record an original song composition in space. Hadfield, who is currently training as the commander of Expedition 35, made a promise earlier this month on Reddit to record a song while on board the...

Newsweek Says Goodbye With A Hashtagged Cover

12/25/2012, American weekly news magazine, Newsweek, already announced that it will be going digital next year. The company also added that its last print edition will be its December 31st issue. With only a few more days left before it bids goodbye to the series of...

Instagram Faces Class Action Lawsuit

12/25/2012, Instagram’s mishap last week is finally taking its toll on the Facebook-owned online photo-sharing and social networking service. That’s because the service isn’t just facing the scorching hot backlashes. It now facing a class action...

New York Police Department Looks To The Internet For Answers

12/21/2012, It is better to try to keep a bad thing from happening than to fix the bad thing once it has happened. The New York Police Department is on a quest to figure out ways to identify potential “deranged” gunmen on the Internet, in an effort to avoid...

NimbleTV Hopes To Deliver Cable TV Content Across All Devices

12/21/2012, A new streaming video service called NimbleTV is currently being tested in New York. It’s still in beta, but NimbleTV offers something compelling – the capability to stream cable TV on any Internet-connected device, including phones, tablets,...

Netflix-Backed Bill Passes Senate

12/20/2012, Under the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act or VPPA, folks in the U.S. are required to make a written consent in order for them to share information regarding their digital viewing habits. It was created to prevent the “wrongful disclosure of video...

Facebook Rolls Out Better Controls For Managing Content

12/20/2012, Facebook isn’t resting on its laurels yet. It almost seems as if the company is squeezing everything just in time for the holiday season. The latest foray of updates are Facebook’s new privacy tools or what it calls “better controls for...

Instagram Reverts Terms Of Service Following Scuffle

12/20/2012, After the bruises and burns it has suffered from the numerous criticisms and backlashes for allegedly claiming perpetual rights to sell the photographs of its users, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom announced today that the photo-sharing service will...

Facebook Testing An Option To Allow Strangers To Send You Messages

12/20/2012, It looks as though Facebook has been thinking about its messaging services lately as earlier this month, they announced its Facebook Messenger application would no longer require a Facebook account to use. Now it’s announcing some updates to its...

Google Adds ‘See Inside’ Button In Search Results

12/19/2012, It wasn’t so long ago when Google introduced its Street View technology indoors. The result was Google Business Photos which basically shows you the interiors of a few stores in Google Maps. Today, Google is taking that milestone a bit further by...