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FBI arrest 16 Anonymous members, 14 of which were involved in PayPal cyber attacks

Fourteen individuals were arrested earlier this week in a series of raids conducted by the FBI, in conjunction with the recent cyber attacks carried out on the popular e-commerce business…

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Job Market: Part Time Writer at BlogTechnical

BlogTechnical is looking for part-time writers who wish to put their journalism skills to work in the technology sector. BlogTechnical covers the latest happenings in the tech world, focusing on topic

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Automate the Magento invoicing process with Invoicera’s add-on

For those business owners who use Magento’s Open Source or Professional eCommerce webcart, they’d be happy to know that Invoicera has developed a plugin to help automate and speed up…

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College students build Kinect lightsaber ‘Jedibot’

Two Stanford University students have developed a robotic arm with pre-defined attack moves similar to that of the Jedi Knights in Star Wars, as well as an Xbox Kinect sensor…

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Workstation Ergonomics are just as important as OSHA

Ergonomics, a concept that should be given the same priority and awareness as OSHA around the workplace. More emphasis should be place on ergonomics at the workstation since the majority…

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Microsoft offering $250k for info about Rustock Botnet

Looking to make some serious cash? Maybe you could put that knowledge you have about the Rustock botnet to use. Microsoft is continuing the fight against cyber spam, this time…

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Mozilla wants your input on Firefox 64-bit

Mozilla has taken a different approach to developing its 64-bit version of Firefox by asking the community what they want to see in the Win64 edition. While there are obvious…

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Lady Gaga’s YouTube channel temporarily suspended for Copyright Infringement

It seems the stars are just as vulnerable to copyright claims as us regular Internet users. Earlier this week, Lady Gaga’s official YouTube account was suspended after the account manager…

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Team Fortress 2 Free to Play

This may be old news to regular steam users but as of 24th June 2011 Team Fortress 2 was changed to  free-to-play. Its absolutely free to download from here by…

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Increase Innovation in Trinidad by Cracking Down on Piracy

While supporting the “small man trying to make a living” and the average working Joe having the benefit of seeing the latest DVD movie or Music albums for a fraction…

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Why I dislike the Like Button

Over the past 2 years in the web world, I’ve been introduced to a number of social sharing tools during the Social Media explosion. They started off as simple links…

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PSN Pass to clamp down on the pre-owned game dealers

Sony has officially announced its PSN Pass service, which is said to limit the number of times a game is used. Select new games will come with an activation code…

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Get your Google+ invites before they disappear!

Alright guys, we’re giving away 100 free Google+ invites, but you just have to do something tiny in return. Share this post on Facebook and/or Twitter. Post a comment below…

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First successful Synthetic Windpipe Transplant surgery conducted

A new medical milestone occurred today after Professor Paolo Macchiarini successfully performed the first synthetic windpipe transplant, giving a 36 year-old patient a second chance at breathing naturally. The synthetic…

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Google Realtime may ditch Twitter for Google+?

If you are wondering where Google’s Realtime Search and Wonder Wheel disappeared to, then you are not alone because they have temporarily disabled the service after a contractual issue being…

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The Internet needs less of these

The Internet has come a long way from the simple ARPANET framework back in the 1970s. A lot of good has come out of it in terms of information sharing,…

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