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Kim Dotcom Launches Mega

Half a million users have already signed up to new file-sharing service Mega, its controversial founder Kim Dotcom (real name Kim Schmitz) has claimed the site is legitimate and better then Megaupload.  The larger-than-life webpreneur and founder of Megaupload launched the new site from his...
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Airtime Review

Airtime is chatting application that allows you to connect through Facebook and chat with friends.  Airtime launched on June 5, 2012 by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning (Napster, Facebook).  Built on Facebook with a stunning $33.5 million in funding, users have described Airtime as Skype IM...
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Encrypt Browser Traffic

We hear about the hackers who steal people’s sensitive information and often even their identities. So some of us decide to take action and employ some software to encrypt all inbound and outbound traffic from our computers. Nowadays there are several encryption programs that can...
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4Chan Post Predicts Doomsday

The guys at 4chan had a little fun making a picture that went viral saying that when PSY video Gangnam Style hit counter reached a billion hits on YouTube the end of the world would happen.  The picture featured Nostradamus saying: “From the Calm Morning, the End...
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Firefoxs 8th Birthday

On Friday November 9 2004, eight years ago the Mozilla foundation launched the first version of Firefox. Mozilla’s open source browser was seen as a breath of fresh air at the time when Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 dominated the market share, annoying many users with its numerous...
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Zynga Loses Facebook Exclusivity

Zynga will no longer be tied so closely to Facebook as the two companies have forged a new deal that changes the way both companies operate there platforms. Under the new terms, Zynga games will be under Facebook’s standard terms of service starting March 31, 2013. Zynga won’t have...
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WikiLeaks Financial Block

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lamented a preliminary ruling by the European Commission on Tuesday that it was unlikely Visa Europe, MasterCard Europe and American Express Co had violated EU anti-trust rules with their blocks on processing WikiLeaks donations. Bank of America, VISA, MasterCard, PayPal and...
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Twitter Password Reset Email

If you’re wondering if the e-mail asking you to change your password on your Twitter account is legit or a phishing scam look no further the e-mail is legit.  Twitter sent password reset email to many accounts, thanks to a security breach.  Sites like Mashable,...
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The Slashdot Effect

CmdTaco aka Rob Malda took to the time to write an excerpt on his new home page http://cmdrtaco.net about the site he founded, and was chef editor of for 14 years.  For those of you who do not know who Commander Taco, he is the original owner...
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