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450,000 Credentials Stolen and Posted from Yahoo

Hackers who recently stole nearly half a million pieces of information from Yahoo said they intended for the breach to be a ...

Revamp Details of Twitter’s Mobile Overhaul are Live

The project of revamping Twitter for mobile Web took hundreds of days of long work and longer nights. However, Twitter is proud ...

Verizon Considering “Editing” Customers’ Internet Access

Verizon is considering changing the way their customers view the Internet on any device on their network. Initially, the company plans on ...

Most Employees Expect to Have to Work on Vacation

These days, we have the ability to contact people anywhere they are, at any time, through just about any medium we want. ...

Internet Blacklist Law Approved in Russia

Russian Parliament came to a decision on a controversial bill on Internet censorship yesterday. A bill that would blacklist and block websites ...

Vancouver Hotel to Replace Corded Guest Telephones with the iPhone 4

Vancouver Hotel, located in Canada, is starting the process next week of switching all of the phones in their hotel rooms to ...

RIM’s BlackBerry 10 May Save the Company After All

The BlackBerry 10 is now planned for a release early next year, which makes it just about eight months late on delivery. ...

WikiLeaks “Embarrasses” Syria with Two Million E-mails

WikiLeaks, a group that specializes in revealing large secrets that companies and governments keep, has started the process of publishing some two ...

Ban Temporarily Lifted on Nexus

The back-and-forth on the ban on the Galaxy Nexus has gone astoundingly fast. As of today, the ban has been temporarily lifted ...

Take These Steps to Ensure You Will Still Have Internet Access after July 9th

For several months now, the FBI has been running Internet servers that were previously designed to steal information known as the DNSChanger ...