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Hotel Safes not as ‘safe’ as you may think


Thinking about storing your precious items in a digital hotel safe? Maybe you should reconsider after you see this. Most hotel safes around the world are pretty much the same…

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Starz ditches Netflix, streaming ends February 2012


Starz Entertainment has announced that it will discontinue service with Netflix to distribute digital movie content as of February 28th 2012. As a result, Netflix users won’t be able to…

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Music Labels sue YouTube music converter TubeFire


A chain of music recording labels have filed a lawsuit against a Tokyo-based YouTube to MP3 converting website, TubeFire. They are suing for $3 million in damages and want the…

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Cheap bridesmaid attends wedding via iPad’s FaceTime app


In these hard economic times, people are not letting cash stop them from doing what they have to do. With things like an iPad and the Internet, a wedding was…

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Slashdot founder Rob “CmdrTaco” Malda retires


Slashdot’s Founder Rob “CmdrTaco” Malda has announced his resignation from 14 year old tech news aggregate website because he considers himself “old.” He gave a pretty detailed outline as to…

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HP webOS/Videos site hacked?


It seems someone is mad that webOS won’t be making the cut anymore. Folks checking out videos on the HP TouchPad website are greeting by an Indian MBA citizen willing…

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Webmasters, protect yourself from email spam [How To]


One of the biggest problems for a webmaster is dealing with mail spam. While some email clients/servers do a good job at filtering spam, just the fact that you get…

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22 more Fake Apple Stores discovered


The authorities in Kunming, China has identified 22 more fake Apple stores, not too long after the controversy surrounding the discovery of those types of stores by an American blogger…

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The facts on Facebook Phone Numbers


Facebook rumors and poor PR have resulted in FB users believing that their stored phone numbers are being made public without their permission. Here is the break down on what’s…

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Anonymous not in support of Facebook takedown

It seems there is obvious disagreement among the Anonymous clan. This comes after AnonOps and GroupAnon both stated that they are not partaking in the November 5th attack on Facebook….

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Man arrested for attempting to split atoms in kitchen

A Swedish man has been arrested for illegally being in possession of radium, uranium and americium; in an attempt to split atoms in his kitchen. Richard Handl said he was…

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3D Printed Plane takes flight

3D printing is catching on, this time in the form of an airplane that actually flies. The SULSA (Southampton University Laser Sintered Aircraft) is an unmanned aircraft, that was printed…

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Get the best of both worlds with GooApple (iPhone 4 clone running on Android)

The Chinese never cease to amaze us, this time with their GooApple 3G,  an iPhone 4 replica running an extensively modified version of Android 2.2, making it look like the…

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Facebook still not shutting down

Earlier this year, we reported that Facebook was not shutting down after users panicked because of a faux post by the Weekly World News, a trashy tabloid website. It seems…

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Two Fake Apple stores closed down

Two fake Apple stores operating Kunming, China have been closed down for not having business license, and not because of copyright concerns. Chinese officials have stepped in, investigating a total…

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