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Google Ad Serving Tool Outage Causes Loss Of Millions In Revenue

11/12/2014, A key piece of the internet went down today resulting in a loss of millions of dollars in revenue for Google as well as hundreds of publishers, big and small, around the world. The tool is question is Doubleclick for Publishers. It is used by a large...

YouTube Music Service Said To Launch In Weeks [Rumor]

11/12/2014, So we have been hearing rumors that YouTube could be launching a music service soon. Then again we have heard this rumor for quite a while now, so we’re not sure if this time it will be any different. That being said, a report from the Financial Times...

New Net Neutrality Rules Pushed To 2015

11/11/2014, As the Federal Communications Commission goes about drafting new rules for an open internet the date over net neutrality continues to heat up. There are big supporters on either side but yesterday those who are for net neutrality received the support of...

Twitter Steps Up In Fight Against Harassment Of Women Online

11/07/2014, Online harassment is nothing new and happens all the time, which is a bit unfortunate. While there have been methods created in the past to help combat online harassment and cyber bullying, it is safe to say that the practice still continues even until...

Classic Media Player Winamp Remade In HTML5

11/06/2014, We’re not sure how many of you guys remember Winamp from back in the day. It used to be the music player of choice amongst PC users, but a report from last year revealed that the developers were finally shutting it down after 15 years. Thankfully it...

Facebook Wants You To Join The Fight Against Ebola

11/06/2014, The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is already a major cause of concern for many and efforts are being made not only to contain the outbreak but to develop a vaccine that is guaranteed to cure patients who have become infected with the virus. Many...

CBS Launches Online News Streaming Channel

11/06/2014, We’re seeing TV networks adapt their offerings for the internet age and the latest such move comes from the folks at CBS. It has launched a new 24-hour online news channel which will be streaming through its website as well as mobile applications....

SoundCloud’s First Major Label Licensing Deal Is With Warner

11/05/2014, SoundCloud has finally clinched a licensing deal with a major music label. The popular music streaming website has signed a deal with Warner Music Group which means that whenever one of the label’s songs is played on SoundCloud a royalty will be...

Government Requests For User Data Up By 24%, According To Facebook

11/04/2014, You would think that after the Snowden reports about governments spying on their citizens that perhaps these governments would be a little more careful about their requests on user information. However if anything it seems like the contrary would be true....

Burger King India Lets You Order Burgers Via eBay

11/04/2014, Services such as eBay can be used to find and buy all sorts of things online. You can find second hand gadgets, clothes, jewelry, car parts, and so on, but would you use eBay to buy a burger? Yes, you read that right, because it seems that over in India,...

Mozilla Developing New Browser Designed For Developers

11/03/2014, Mozilla’s Firefox browser is a well-known browser amongst users. However it seems that the company is looking to develop a browser specifically for developers in mind. According to the company, they have recently announced that come 10th of November,...

Google Inbox Updated With “Highlights” Feature

10/31/2014, When we receive a new email, it will tell us who it’s from, the subject, and maybe a little snippet. This is great for regular conversations between you and your friends, family, or co-workers, but what if it is regarding a hotel booking or a flight...

Hungary’s Prime Minister Ditches Internet Tax Law

10/31/2014, About a week ago, we reported that the Hungarian government was thinking about taxing the internet. This meant that internet service providers would be taxed depending on how much data was being transferred, and safe to say no one was happy about it to...