Category Archives: Internet

How the NSA’s International Spying Has Changed Digital Security Forever

Ever since the first revelations of massive NSA surveillance against U.S. citizens, foreign citizens, companies, governments and even several dozen world leaders were first revealed in June 2013 and the months that followed, the tech and digital security worlds have … Continue reading

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Malware Monday Got You Down? Contact Your ISP

Having trouble connecting to the Internet this morning? It very well could be a result of “Malware Monday 2012.” Today marks the expiration of the FBI’s temporary eight-month safety net after international hackers took control of more than 570,000 computers … Continue reading

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Facebook to Buy Instagram for $1 Billion

Facebook, Inc. announced Monday that it is purchasing the popular photo editing and sharing app Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. The deal is Facebook’s largest acquisition to date, as the company has a history of purchasing smaller, … Continue reading

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1940 Census Data Goes Online, Interest Crashes Website

At 8:30 A.M. E.T. Monday morning, after waiting the mandatory 72-year confidentiality period, the National Archives and Records Administration released the intimate, individual responses from the 1940 United States Census. For the very first time, the National Archives made these … Continue reading

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Wikipedia, Reddit to ‘Black Out’ Wednesday in Protest of SOPA

January 18 could prove to be an unprecedented day in the history of the Internet. For the first time, several of the world’s most popular websites will “black out,” or go offline, in protest of the Stop Online Piracy and … Continue reading

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Babies Crack Up the Web

Viral baby videos are all the rage on YouTube.  Whether it is a baby cracking up as his dad tears up a rejection letter, two twins engaging in their own private banter near the refrigerator or a group of sextuplets … Continue reading

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Think Quarterly: Google’s Crossover Into the Media Business?

Designed by creative agency The Church of London, Google quietly launched Think Quarterly, an online magazine of sorts published four times annually. Featuring no advertising, the publication is absolutely free to view. Think Quarterly, published at www.thinkquarterly.co.uk, is a communication … Continue reading

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Slim and Fast: iPad 2 Is Out

Apple Inc. set the cyber-world ablaze once again with the announcement of iPad 2. Steve Jobs touted the undeniable success of the first-generation iPad in a press conference just a short time ago. He swiftly segued into the newest product … Continue reading

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Debate.org Now Part of Juggle Portfolio

We are proud to announce that in the ongoing effort to further our goal of being a leader in online publishing and high quality content development, Juggle.com has acquired the leading online debate website Debate.org. Benzinga.com published this article on January 5th explaining … Continue reading

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Hold All Our Calls-Skype is Down!

The great thing about the Internet is its diversity and the spirit of innovation it promotes. Every single For every Flickr there’s a Picasa or one of a dozen other photo sharing sites. We’ve got AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Messenger, … Continue reading

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