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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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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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Goodbye Old Twitter

Yup, Twitter has called it. They are going to upgrade all users’ accounts to the new Twitter layout, which offers a plethora of new features integrated into one page. New…

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Minus, an excellent alternative to Imgur (Review)

Minus is a relatively new cloud file hosting service, set to take on big names like Imgur, Dropbox and others. One of the first things that is extra appealing in…

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Twitter follower count bug causes user pandemonium

Twitter users have one again gone on a tweet rage after seeing their Following and Followers count going down to zero. It seems a Twitter bug has caused accounts to…

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How to become a Google+ God

Google+ started off with quite a bang, with many social network goers fighting for invites to test out the new service. Their service became such a hit that they were…

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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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Google’s +1 button now avaiable to webmasters

Google has introduced yet another interactive web button, this time in an effort to tune search results to be more geared towards your friends, family and the wider world. They…

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Dropbox under fire for lying to its customers about security

The popular file cloud sharing service is in a bit of hot water after an official complaint was filed at the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) over concerns of Dropbox actually…

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Microsoft bringing more ads to Skype

Microsoft has announced that it will be increasing the number of ads that free users of Skype see while making web calls. Even though Skype has been on the road…

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Amazon prices book at $23 million, bad algorithm to blame

Michael Eisen was just browsing the used-book section on Amazon, looking for a book about flies, only to find out that one of the books called The Making of a…

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Is the Social Media bubble going to burst?

Recently, Facebook was revalued at $67.5 billion on the SecondMarket, while Twitter was revalued at $10 billion, which brings up the question of whether a social media bubble is forming,…

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Fire the wedding planner, use Google instead

With Google being hell bent on controlling our lives, they have added yet another service to help make our lives easier. If you are looking to get married soon, forget…

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