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The US, UK and Canada have announced today that they will not be signing the ITU’s Internet Treaty in its current form.
Today, it was announced that Facebook had a hand in helping the FBI arrest those responsible for a botnet which is said to have stolen as much as $850 million from Facebook users.
Earlier this week, a password expert unveiled a new computer which uses the strong muscle of multiple GPUs to burn through password data at blazing speed.
Today, users got a chance to complain about some Google services, such as Gmail, Chrome, Google Drive and even some Google apps.
It looks as if Christmas has come early for Deutsche Telekom’s American carrier, T-Mobile.
Twitter has spent most of this year spreading its wings, if you will, pushing its partners further away as it stretches its feathers.
While the smelling sense of a dog has been widely reported and is very well known, the canine nose may be even more powerful than we once thought, even capable of reversing paralysis.
Adobe is the latest to have their databases compromised as an Egyptian hacker has posted links to records of employees from Adobe as well as NASA and the US Military.
Supply and demand: It’s a deceptively simple notion. It’s one thing to be unable to get products in customers’ hands because demand is so high. It’s another to be unable supply products because your factory can’t churn out enough product.
Earlier this week, Kim Schmitz, the man who calls himself Kim Dotcom, announced the domain for his new, supposedly 100% legal file sharing service “Mega.”
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