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Google Testing New Navigation Grid To Replace Black Bar Eyesore

02/28/2013, If you’ve navigated your way to the majority of Google-owned properties like Gmail, Google Drive or just Google.com, then you’ve probably noticed the black navigation bar that is prominently displayed at the top of the page. Considering how...

China Expanding 4M Broadband Coverage To 70% Internet Users

02/28/2013, China has been reporting some serious growth in its ability to provide broadband service to its people as not only did they add 51 million new Internet users in 2012, but they’ve also announced a new policy that would demand all new residences be...

Comcast Offers Glimpse Into Copyright Alert System Messages

02/28/2013, We reported a few days ago some big-name ISPs would begin incorporating the Copyright Alert System (CAS) into their systems, which would send out alerts to users who they believe may have download copyrighted material through “peer-to-peer”...

Game Of Thrones’ Director Is Not Worried About Piracy

02/27/2013, The common perception regarding piracy is that it hurts the sales of the product, i.e. music, video games, television shows, movies, software and etc. On the flipside there are developers and artists who fully embrace piracy, claiming that this helps get...

Instagram Reaches 100M Monthly Active Users

02/26/2013, Earlier this year, Instagram announced its reached 90 million active users to remind us the service is still extremely popular, even after its Terms of Service snafu. Today, Instagram is announcing that 90 million active users has hit the 100 million...

ISPs Adopt Alert System To Warn Users of Illegal Downloads

02/26/2013, If you’re a person who downloads torrents on a regular basis, you might want to watch what you do from today on as Internet service providers will begin cracking down on users who download copyrighted material. The Copyright Alert System (CAS) will...

Firefox Mobile OS: First Commercial Build Previewed

02/24/2013, Tonight, Mozilla is demonstrating the first commercial build of Firefox Mobile OS and has announced the support of several carriers worldwide (like Sprint, China Unicom and Deutsche Telekom just to cite a few). So far, the first retail units will be...

Pope Benedict XVI Stepping Down From Twitter On Feb. 28

02/22/2013, Pope Benedict XVI joining Twitter and posting his first tweet was a pretty big deal a few months ago when you consider how technologically inept the majority of people believe religious figure heads to be. Unfortunately, it looks as though Pope Benedict...

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...