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Post On 4Chan Forums Auctioned Off On eBay For $90,000

08/04/2014, There are some things in life that have been passed off as art that has left many scratching their heads in bewilderment, but then again the statement “art is subjective” sort of makes it “OK”. Well here’s something for you guys to consider...

Microsoft Reportedly Working On A New Cloud Service

08/03/2014, The rumor mill is abuzz with chatter about a new service that Microsoft is apparently working on. Redmond may be working on a new CDN service or a service that’s based around a CDN. Moreover there’s evidence to suggest that this service...

Google+ Photos Service Reportedly Being Separated

08/03/2014, Google’s social network is often the butt of online jokes and while it offers a lot of features to users it doesn’t boast the numbers that Facebook and Twitter have. One such feature is Google+ Photos, the service includes powerful editing...

Twitter Acquires Password Manager Startup Mitro

08/01/2014, Companies purchase other companies all the time. Sometimes it’s because they just want to get rid of the competition, and sometimes it’s because they want the company and the product that they’re selling, and sometimes because the other company...

Facebook Notification Icon Changes Depending On Your Location

07/31/2014, While this has apparently been in effect for a while now, it has recently been brought to our attention that the notification icon in Facebook’s website actually differs from country to country! Now most people probably won’t notice the icon because...

Tor Claims Network Was Breached, University Researchers Suspected

07/31/2014, For those unfamiliar with Tor, it is basically a service in which Internet users can use to cloak themselves in a shroud of anonymity. While it does sound shady (and rightfully so, given that many of Silk Road’s users were using Tor), it does have more...

OKCupid Conducted Experiments On Its Users As Well

07/31/2014, Back in June, Facebook revealed that in the past, they had conducted a secret experiment on its users in which they manipulated the News Feed in order to see how it affected the feelings of its users. Naturally this did not sit well and there are some who...

64-bit Chrome Beta Browser Now Available For The Masses

07/30/2014, Back in June, Google released the 64-bit version of the Chrome browser as a beta to developers, but if you’re just a regular user who wants to see what all the fuss is about, you might be pleased to learn that Google has officially announced that the...

Facebook Hit With $123 Million Lawsuit Over Revenge Porn

07/30/2014, Revenge porn is nasty business and it seems that in several parts of the US, it has actually been banned. For those unfamiliar, revenge porn is usually where an ex-lover posts intimate photos and/or videos on the internet for the whole world to see,...

Amazon Tries To Justify Their Dispute With Hachette

07/30/2014, A couple of months ago, it was reported that Amazon and book publisher Hachette were in a dispute of sorts. This led to books published by Hachette to be removed from Amazon’s website, have their prices jacked up, or have their shipments delayed. So...

Flickr Announces New Licensing Opportunities For Photographers

07/29/2014, While some of us use photo hosting services like Flickr just as a means to backup our photos or provide a gallery in which we can share with friends and family, there are some out there who use it for professional purposes where they can display their...

The Pirate Bay Gets A New Mobile Website

07/25/2014, Piracy is a big no-no, but it seems that despite the best attempts by law enforcement agencies, movie studios, record labels, and etc., websites like The Pirate Bay continue to operate. In fact The Pirate Bay has even seen an increase in traffic recently,...