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Humble Cyberlink Software Bundle: Alternative Comparison

September 6, 2017 by Nick Maillet

This month’s Humble Software Bundle is an interesting one that’s definitely aimed at the “content creator” in all of us. It’s now easier than ever to get your idea shot,…

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YouTube is Still Burning A Year Later

August 29, 2017 by Shaun Joy

Approximately one year ago, I wrote an article regarding the many problems that YouTube was facing at the time.  It was a list that was born out of not only…

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Developers, Please Combat Twitter’s Removing of Tweets

February 24, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Twitter has recently begun removing (or more precisely, hiding) “abusive” tweets, a plan that they stated that they would execute not too long ago. Unfortunately, Twitter’s idea of an “abusive…

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Tim Sweeney Labeling Windows Cloud as Ransomware is Premature

February 8, 2017 by Chris Anderson

Epic Games’ very own Tim Sweeney posted a few tweets yesterday to his Twitter profile speaking out against the unannounced Windows Cloud OS Microsoft are developing, saying that the new flavor…

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What Trump’s Presidency Means for Net Neutrality

January 23, 2017 by Matthew Arrojas

Donald J. Trump is now the president of the United States of America. While his stances on prominent issues like immigration and trade are fairly clear, there are some smaller…

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Just Because it’s “Legally Allowed” Doesn’t Mean It’s Right

September 3, 2016 by Kindra Pring

The Internet, video games, and technology as a whole has created a lot of interesting legal phenomenons. It seems every month there is a new major controversy concerning DMCA, web-based…

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Twitch and Youtube: Destroying NBC’s Rio Olympics 2016 Coverage Before it Even Began

August 22, 2016 by Anson Chan

As the world’s most elite athletes return to their respective countries following the Rio 2016 Olympics, only three things can more or less be accepted as facts (especially if you are…

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OurMine and the Misuse of “White Hat” Hacking

August 16, 2016 by Kindra Pring

If your local channel news and weekly crime TV shows are to be believed, hacking is an artform commonly overlayed with intense music where the stunning anti-hero or cunning villain must…

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YouTube is Burning, and Google Isn’t Lifting a Finger To Stop It

August 1, 2016 by Shaun Joy

Every new version of media has their ups and downs. From newspapers to television, you can’t expect a new media empire to start up without some bumps along the way.…

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No, A Court Didn’t Decide Internet-Connected PCs Have No 4th Amendment Protection

June 28, 2016 by Andrew Otton

A few days ago a court’s decision regarding the suppression of evidence in the United States of America v. Edward Joseph Matish, III caused an uproar, with many publications and people on…

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