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Yahoo Reveals Redesigned Website

02/20/2013, While Google might be more or less the default search engine for many, Yahoo is certainly trying to bring the spotlight back onto itself and has rolled out a redesigned homepage. This is part of Yahoo’s attempt to revive itself and regain some of its...

Google Maps Gives You Unrestricted Access To NFL Stadiums

02/19/2013, It seems in the past couple of months, Google has been thinking “What else can we map?” within its Google Maps application. We’re pretty sure they’ve already covered ever square inch of road in the world, which is probably why they...

The Pirate Bay Claims They’re Victims Of Copyright Infringement

02/18/2013, If you’re familiar with The Pirate Bay, then you should know many of the torrents that are hosted on the site are films, music and programs whose copyrights are most likely being infringed upon when you consider they’re being shared across the...

Iceland Proposes To Block Internet Pornography

02/15/2013, I believe it was Trekkie Monster from the broadway show Avenue Q that said “The Internet is for porn,” although Iceland is looking to ban pornography completely as they say the explicit online images are a threat to the children of its...

Facebook Lets You Pay To Promote Your Friends’ Posts

02/14/2013, You read it correctly. Facebook is all set to roll out a brand new feature for promoting posts. Users can now pay to promote posts of their friends on Facebook.  The promoted post will have greater coverage, as it will be pushed to the top of the...

Europe Spends 3.5M Euros To Fight Network Latency

02/14/2013, When it comes to networking, a lot of people focus on the bandwidth side of the issue, but latency is sometime a much bigger problem (especially on wireless networks). Network latency is that the that it takes an information packet to go from one computer...

Facebook Sued Over Dead Man’s Patent

02/11/2013, Lawsuits happen all the time, especially where giant names and tons of money are involved. But this lawsuit is rather unusual: Facebook has been sued because it is accused of infringing on the patents of a Dutch programmer Joannes Jozef Everardus van Der...

Facebook Buy Ticket Button Could Make Things Easier

02/11/2013, Facebook is reported to have started testing a Buy Tickets button (according to AllFacebook), where users can now buy tickets to events they feel like attending. The flip side, the button does not lead to any place within Facebook. Instead users are still...

Google Reader Experiencing A Number Of Issues

02/11/2013, If you’re the kind of person who relies on RSS feeds in order to stay informed on what multiple websites are writing, then you may have used Google Reader in the past. Google Reader is Google’s online RSS feed-reading service, which according...

President Obama Holding Fireside Hangout On February 14

02/11/2013, President Obama is no stranger to using the Internet to converse with not only the American people, but also millions around the world to discuss a number of important topics. Last year, he hosted a Google+ Hangout session, and it looks as though...