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Google Chrome To Start Automatically Blocking Malware

11/01/2013, For the not-so tech savvy, having malware install itself on your computer can happen, especially when you think links and attachments in emails are generally safe, or you accidentally click on links on websites that will eventually install malware on your...

Real Life Instagram Injects Photo Filters Into The Real World

10/31/2013, Instagram has been extremely popular as more and more people are signing up to the photo-sharing social media service to show off not only their photos, but videos, too. Instagram’s filters can certainly turn a normal photo into a piece of art,...

Time Warner Cable Boosting Internet Data Speeds In Select Markets

10/31/2013, Time Warner Cable hasn’t been having the greatest year with its customers as they stopped carrying CBS for around two months, resulting in the loss of 117,000 customers. 24,000 broadband customers also jumped shipped this year, although Time Warner...

Bing Gets In On The Halloween Spirit With Homepage Horror Homages

10/31/2013, Halloween is today around the world, meaning there are millions of children walking the streets of their neighborhood looking for some free candy in exchange for dressing up in costumes. Halloween is also a time where people appreciate a good scary movie...

Google Maps Used To Discover Penis-Shaped Church

10/31/2013, We’re sure you’ve stumbled onto some interesting things while randomly browsing Google Maps right before your bed time, such as the Tardis Easter Egg. that was discovered just this past summer. But for a newly-constructed Christian Science...

Facebook Use Amongst Teens Starting To Decline

10/31/2013, Is Facebook no longer cool amongst teens? Or was it ever? While many speculated that Facebook’s hold on the teen demographic has been slipping, it was only during the social network’s earnings call that shone some light on the truth, with Facebook’s...

Facebook Might Track Your Cursor As You Browse In The Future

10/30/2013, Facebook primarily collects two types of data which helps it improve its various services, behavioral and demographic data. Demographic data relates to a user’s life outside of Facebook, basically information about their work, school, hometown etc....

Google+ Gets Improved Hangout, Photo, And Video Editing Features

10/29/2013, If there’s one thing Google+ has over Facebook is its photo editing features, especially with the recent introduction of Snapseed-like functions to the social network. Well the good news for Google+ users is that during Google’s recent Google+ event,...

Google Helpouts Launch Expected On November 5th

10/29/2013, Google announced a new service back in August this year called Google Helpouts. Its much like Hangouts, which brings together many of Google’s previous fragmented communication services. Users can send images, chat or initiate a video or voice call...

Amazon Cloud Player Now Available For Mac

10/29/2013, It would seem Amazon is on a role today as not only did they launch their Kindle Matchbook service, but they’re now announcing they have expanded their Cloud Player app to be available for Mac owners.

Amazon Kindle Matchook Service Now Live; Supports 70,000 Books

10/29/2013, Amazon announced its new Matchbook program that would allow those who purchase a physical copy of a book to receive a discount for the e-book version of that same piece of literature just last month. Bookworms can now raise both their physical books and...

The Tweeting Bra Sends Tweets Each Time It’s Unhooked

10/28/2013, Ladies keep their bras on for the majority of the day, only to take them off as soon as they get home or when a moment arises where the unhooking of a bra is completely necessary. Some women even take to various social networks to let others know they...

Starbucks Allows Twitter Users To Buy Coffee For One Another

10/28/2013, Twitter has been used for several years now as a major form of communication between a person and their followers, but in recent years, we’ve seen the service be used by brands to reward customers with real-world goods for the cost of a tweet....