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Verizon Expects Netflix To Sign A Comcast-Like Deal With It As Well

02/24/2014, There has been a lot of debate recently over net neutrality rules placed by the FCC, particularly after a federal court ruling struck them down. Net neutrality warrants that service providers don’t discriminate between bandwidths, so ISPs and telcos...

Lie Detector Tool Will Weed Out Rumors On Social Media

02/21/2014, Social media is a great place to get news and updates from around the world. It can be used to spread information about a missing child, a missing person, a missing dog, warning about accidents or traffic jams, but at the same time with great power comes...

Publisher Plans On Printing The Entire Wikipedia

02/21/2014, How many of you guys have grown up with hard copies of encyclopedias, raise your hands! The drawback to physical copies is that not only will they eventually go out of date, but they can never be updated, which might explain why Wikipedia has managed to...

Microsoft Interested In Purchasing A Stake In DailyMotion [Rumor]

02/21/2014, Back in 2006, Google announced that they had acquired YouTube for a little over a billion dollars. Given YouTube’s popularity, safe to say that Google has pretty much the monopoly when it comes to online video watching. Of course there are alternatives...

Microsoft Launches Office Online

02/20/2014, When Microsoft officially announced that they would rebrand SkyDrive to OneDrive, there was also talks that Microsoft could be rebranding other products as well, such as Office Web Apps to Office Online, which admittedly rolls off the tongue a little...

New Google Maps Finally Exits Preview

02/19/2014, At Google I/O 2013, the company showed off a completely new Maps experience which it said was built from the ground up to bring together Street View and satellite imagery into a much more interactive setting. Since then only those who requested an...

Google Acquires SlickLogin, A Sound-Based Password Company

02/16/2014, There are many ways in which we can password protect ourselves. ATMs use PINs, internet websites use a combination of letters and numbers, smartphones can use patterns or biometrics, so the question is do we really need one more form of password...

Kickstarter Gets Hacked

02/16/2014, Hackers seem to be on a roll these days, almost every other week we hear about a major online property being hit by a security breach which ends up compromising personal information of millions of users. The latest victim is crowdfunding juggernaut...

Facebook Announces New Gender Identity Options

02/13/2014, On the majority of forms that we fill in, chances are when it comes to gender, we only get to choose between male of female. However what if a person were transgender? How would they fill in that form? More importantly will their choice be acknowledged?...

Microsoft Denies Censoring Bing Search Results In Chinese

02/12/2014, It is not news that over in China, the government is pretty heavy-handed when it comes to censoring information. To that extent social media networks like Facebook and Twitter are banned. However it seems that due to a technical error, Microsoft’s Bing...

Bing Integrates Bitcoin Converter Into Its Search

02/10/2014, While Bitcoin might not necessarily be looked upon favorably by governments, such as Russia and China, there are many out there who have started to accept the currency as a legitimate form of payment. That being said, we guess we can’t say we’re too...

OneDrive Launch To Entice Users With Free Storage

02/10/2014, Microsoft originally called its cloud storage service SkyDrive, but the name got it involved in a legal dispute last year. The company settled, agreeing to rebrand the service. Recently it confirmed that SkyDrive will be renamed as OneDrive, and that the...

Yahoo Taps Into Yelp To Improve Local Search [Report]

02/09/2014, Even though Yahoo went through several major changes last year, the company’s recent quarterly earnings report failed to impress investors. Yahoo needs to work on improving its products and ensure that they don’t face downtime after a few...