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Will Facebook Always Be The Most Popular Social Network?

People are joining new social media networks despite there being a clear-cut favorite.

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What Will the Internet Be Like in 100 Years?

Comcast and Time Warner’s proposed merger could change the Internet forever.

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Should You Cut the Cable TV Cord?

Roku just sold its 10 millionth streaming player in the US; is it time to buy one and get rid of cable TV?

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Did ‘Internet Slowdown Day’ Save Net Neutrality?

Yesterday’s “Internet Slowdown Day” showed us what could happen if the Internet lost the battle for net neutrality — but was it enough to get people to take action?

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The noPhone May Be a Joke, But Mobile Phone Addiction is Not

How long can you go without your smartphone? How do you feel when the battery dies or you misplace it, even for just a few minutes? Most of us can remember life before our phones, but crikey! How did we ever survive?! Enter the noPhone – this is not a phone, but it looks and […]

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Why Saving Your Bitcoin is Not a Good Idea

Whether you’re an early adopter or first-time user; it’s never been a good time to save your Bitcoin for a rainy day.

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A Fight to the FINish: Two Fish Play Street Fighter

#200384493-001 / gettyimages.com In what might just be the most-anticipated gaming showdown in the history of showdowns, Robert the Bruce fights AG.Aquarius in Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting. This isn’t your just your average tournament match, however. This is a match between goldfish. In a similar vein to Twitch Plays Pokemon and Fish Plays […]

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Google Fiber May be Coming to Portland Soon, Will It Ever Be Available in Your City?

Google Fiber is up to 100 times faster than today’s average broadband service. With connection speeds of up to 1,000Mbps, everything you could possibly want online is available to you instantaneously with Google in control. There is no buffering, everything is presented in crystal clear high-definition, and it’s cheap. In other words: It’s the perfect […]

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Project Naptha Makes Image Text Accessible in Chrome

If you’re anything like me, you absentmindedly highlight bodies of text as you read them on the computer. You might be doing it right now. This habit hits a hard wall, though, when it comes to reading text in images. Up until now, interacting with the text in an image has been very limited. In […]

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