Monthly archive December, 2012

Malware Attacks Point-of-Sale Systems

Malware Attacks Point-of-Sale Systems
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A kind of malware is attacking point-of-sale systems rather than personal computers or devices.  It has hit retailers,... Read More →

Disney Mobile Gears Up For Christmas With New Games

Disney Mobile Gears Up For Christmas With New Games
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The holidays are always fun because game companies seem to like spreading some cheer around. Earlier this week, I had a... Read More →

Broadband Bandwidth Data Caps Aim To Rip Off Customers

Broadband Bandwidth Data Caps Aim To Rip Off Customers
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Bandwidth data capping is an unnecessary practice used by some ISPs to pad their own profits, that's the message... Read More →

Best Photo Apps for Your Holiday Pictures

Best Photo Apps for Your Holiday Pictures
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Millions of cameras will be capturing special moments through this holiday season.  Thanks to technology, you aren’t... Read More →

Twitter And Nielsen Ratings Team Up

Twitter And Nielsen Ratings Team Up
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Nielsen Ratings are still considered a crucial television ratings tool for advertisers, yet the program still relies on... Read More →

YouStand: Discover & Share What You Stand For

YouStand: Discover & Share What You Stand For
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YouStand is not the place to go for a heated debate; however, it is the perfect site to visit when you want to meet... Read More →

Yahoo! Mail Gets a New Look

Yahoo! Mail Gets a New Look
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While it may not be the first thing you think of when you consider email accounts, new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer just... Read More →

Apple Attempting To Purchase Foursquare Location Data

Apple Attempting To Purchase Foursquare Location Data
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Apple is rumored to be in talks with location based services provider Foursquare, negotiations that could allow the... Read More →

How to Choose the Right Smartphone

How to Choose the Right Smartphone
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Whether you are purchasing your very first smartphone or upgrading to a newer version, the choices can be daunting.... Read More →

Time To Say Goodbye to Last.fm?

Time To Say Goodbye to Last.fm?
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Internet-based radio services first came into existence in the early to mid 1990s. Since then, there has been a... Read More →

Cisco to Sell Linksys: A New Strategy

Cisco to Sell Linksys: A New Strategy
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It has been reported that Cisco is going to be selling off Linksys, a company that makes home networking equipment such... Read More →

Initial Reports Wrong – China loves iPhone 5!

Initial Reports Wrong – China loves iPhone 5!
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Apple's iPhone 5 is already being touted as the best selling iPhone yet, and it seems that launches in other countries... Read More →

Facebook Updates Privacy Settings Once Again

Facebook Updates Privacy Settings Once Again
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Facebook has made new changes to its privacy settings to give users more control over who can contact them and see... Read More →

Sprint Confirms Plans To Acquire Clearwire

Sprint Confirms Plans To Acquire Clearwire
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Sprint Wireless has confirmed plans to purchase 4G mobile data provider Clearwire. The deal was first rumored last week... Read More →

CoderDojo: Coding for the Next Generation

CoderDojo: Coding for the Next Generation
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The first CoderDojo session took place in the United States in San Francisco as James Whelton teaches his successful... Read More →

iOS Games Gift Holiday Gift Guide

iOS Games Gift Holiday Gift Guide
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Games are the best time sink you can ever have, and when it comes to the point, iOS games are the best. I may or may... Read More →

Instagram Alters Terms to Share Data With Facebook

Instagram Alters Terms to Share Data With Facebook
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Instagram on Monday morning announced changes to its Terms of Service (TOS) and Privacy Policy. Starting on January 16... Read More →

Foldify Brings Origami And Technology Together

Foldify Brings Origami And Technology Together
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The art of paper folding is an ancient one. Perhaps the Japanese art, origami, is what usually comes to mind when paper... Read More →