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Google Fiber Expanding To Grandview, MO

05/08/2013, Google Fiber has been slowly, but surely, expanding itself as Google recently announced it expects to release the service in Provo, Utah in late 2013 and Austin, Texas by 2014. A new city is being announced today as Google Fiber will now expand to...

Anonymous Threatens To Wipe U.S “Off The Cybermap”

05/07/2013, The hacking collective Anonymous was in the news last month for “Operation Free Korea,” in which it hacked North Korea’s Flicker and Twitter account as well as launched an attack on a number of North Korean websites. Their next target...

YouTube Could Be Launching Subscription Service Soon [Rumor]

05/06/2013, Earlier this year we reported that it was possible that YouTube could be considering launching a paid subscription service. This was apparently revealed in an interview in which a Google spokesperson mentioned that they were looking into subscriptions in...

Twitter Was Right, Attacks Against High Profile Accounts Continue

05/05/2013, Recently a number of high profile Twitter accounts have been hacked. These accounts include several CBS ones, including that of 60 Minutes, nearly a dozen of The Guardian as well as the official Associated Press account. Just last week Twitter sent a memo...

Google Hangouts Receives Remote Desktop Control Feature

05/02/2013, We’ve seen a number of improvements to Google Hangouts over the past couple of months that have certainly helped its users get the most out of it, two of the most recent updates adding automatic muting while you type and a screen capture feature....

The Pirate Bay Moves Top Level Domain To Sint Maarten

05/01/2013, Due to pressure from Swedish authorities against the world’s most popular BitTorrent website for using its .se top level domain, The Pirate Bay has now moved its TLD to an island in the Caribbean called Sint Maarten. We’ve chronicled the...

Digg RSS Google Reader Alternative Beta Launch In June

04/30/2013, Google Reader will unfortunately be shutting down in July, despite the fact that it still maintains a loyal following. When the news broke out, Reader users started looking for alternatives. There were many, and the once mighty Digg threw its hat in the...