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Senator Wants The Anarchist Cookbook Removed From The Internet

04/03/2015, When something goes on the internet, it’s more or less there forever which is why many of us have been repeatedly warned to keep things we want to be private off the internet. After all who’s stopping a complete stranger from saving your photos, your...

Teachers Facing Increased Abuse On Social Media

04/03/2015, Social media is a great way to interact with the public. It’s a great way to leave a review for a product or service, a way for artists to keep in touch with fans, businesses to update their customers with new products and services, but it is also a way...

Opt Out Of Verizon Super Cookie Now Really Possible

04/01/2015, Verizon Wireless has come under fire for its ad-targeting program that uses something called “super cookie.” It’s basically undeletable tracking codes that aid the company into targeting advertisements to its customers. While Verizon has...

Facebook Introduces A Scrapbook For Your Child’s Pictures

03/31/2015, Many people like sharing pictures of their children on Facebook, though as the company’s product manager Dan Barak points out, they tend to become scattered across different albums. Facebook also received feedback people who said that they needed to...

Dropbox Gives Web Previews A Fresh Coat Of Paint

03/31/2015, Dropbox announced today that when you now preview a document using a web browser it’s going to load faster, look even better and offer more functionality. The biggest change that Dropbox has made is that the document toolbar is now at the bottom of...

Coding Website GitHub Hit With DDoS Attack, China Suspected

03/29/2015, Over in China censorship of certain content online and speaking out against the government are activities that the authorities over there don’t look upon favorably, which is why it isn’t surprising to find popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter,...

Google Launches Data Saver Extension For Chrome

03/27/2015, When it comes to surfing on your mobile device, data compression apps and tools make sense since most of us have a data cap as part of our plan. However when it comes to surfing at home on the computer, for the most part ISPs don’t really introduce data...

Amazon Cloud Drive Unlimited Storage Now A Reality

03/26/2015, Amazon today announced a major change in its cloud storage offering. Amazon Cloud Drive no longer has storage limits. The company will now provide subscribers with unlimited storage. It has also introduced a new tier for people who just want cloud storage...

Google To Improve Chrome’s Scrolling Using A Microsoft Standard

03/26/2015, While Chrome might be the go-to browser for many users, it isn’t the perfect browser as there are probably features that some users are wishing it would have and various improvements users would like Google to make. Perhaps one of those improvements...

Project Spartan Might Not Support Extensions At The Start [Rumor]

03/26/2015, According to a tweet by Microsoft enthusiast, Bavo Luysterborg, he has suggested that Microsoft’s Project Spartan will not be supporting extensions at launch, but has instead hinted that the support for extensions will come at a later date. This...