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Trade in Black Ops for free copy of Killzone 3 (Canada)


If you happen to live in Canada, are a PS3 owner and have a physical copy of Call of Doody: Black Ops, there is now a limited opportunity to trade…

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Why the Egyptian government cut the Internet


Straying slightly from the tech scene, I just wanted to highlight some of the horrible events that went down in Egypt. It clearly shows why the government decided to cut…

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Good news Canadian Steam/Netflix users, UBB policy to be overturned


Hooray for bandwidth and Canadian Government common sense. The Canadian Prime Minister and the Minister of Industry has made the decision to force the CRTC to reverse the Usage-Based Bandwidth…

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Facebook averaging 8 sign-ups per second


With Facebook continuing its epic growth, Czech statistics company SocialBakers has reported that Facebook now has an average of 7.9 sign-ups per second, while the total user base has now…

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Hey Canadians! Got limited bandwidth? Let America help!


Two American citizens have joined to fight against the new bandwidth policy that has gone on stream across Canada. They have set up a site where Canadians can fill out…

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Apple to take 30% cut on external E-book sales


Apple has announced that external distributors selling eBooks for the iPad and iPod/iPhone devices will now have to re-work their apps so the eBooks are sold through the Apple Store,…

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Canadian Steam/Netflix users to feel the pinch of new Internet UBB Policy


Canadians are up in arms against a new Internet cap policy coming into effect soon thanks to the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). Basically, rather than enjoying the benefits of…

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Dear Webmasters, stop doing this crap!


In the old days, webmasters would try to draw attention to some new feature or offer on a site by including a pop-up or pop-under advertisement or notice. However, because…

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Internet goes down In Cairo, Egypt just before largest planned protest


Reports have come in from many sources that Internet connectivity is several parts of Egypt has gone down. With one of the biggest planned protests about to take place soon…

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Internet “Kill Switch” for Obama?


It seems that a failed bill to implement an Internet “kill switch” may be heading back for scrutiny in Congress this year but with a catch. Rather than having the…

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Nexus One gets Froyo security update (2.2.2)


Google has released an OTA (over the air) security upgrade for Nexus One owners, bringing it to version 2.2.2 and device build FRG83G. The patch doesn’t do much visually but…

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Mozilla proposes ‘Do Not Track’ option for Firefox, but is it fair to everyone?


Mozilla has recently talked about including an option in their browser to allow users the option to opt-out of having their browsing data passed on to 3rd party advertisers and…

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Our Tech Jobs Board is Online!


After a bit of laziness and HTML-ing, the Job Board is finally online. We have started offering job placements for 90 days at a price of FREE. Yes, we’re starting…

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Log in to Flickr with Facebook; give them moar power


Photo sharing service Flickr has added the option of logging in via Facebook to its alternative log in list. The move was done to help make it easier for users…

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Geohot: Hero or Zero?

With Geohot facing legal action, the big question is whether his actions were justified or just downright negative towards the gaming industry. Geohot started of “jailbreaking” iPhones in order to…

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