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  • Internet Insecurity In Wake of Attacks and Counter Attacks Called Cyber Vandalism
    North Korea Internet Instability Persists Despite FBI Fingering Sony Insider
    North Korea’s internet drama continued on Saturday as Internet and 3G phone networks halted for most users, according to Reuters. Reports from China were made via phone land lines, as they could not access networks to report in to their...
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    Five GIF Animations Everyone Must See
    It’s one of the reasons we love the web. There are so many interesting things to see and do. Animated GIFs are becoming more popular with web creatives and share a wealth of information and entertainment with viewers.Twitter added GIF...
  • 7 Careful Commerce tips when Shopping this Holiday Season
    7 Careful Commerce tips when Shopping this Holiday Season
    Frosty the Hackman is teaming up this season with the Grinch to scam people out of their money. Shopping online is a godsend, but it brings with it a pristine opportunity to be ripped off.Avoid Phishing Scams. Never click on links inside e-mails...
  • What is Ransomware?
    What is Ransomware?
    Imagine that you want to pull up a certain file on your computer. You click on the file and suddenly a notice flashes on your screen saying your computer has been compromised and in order to get your files back, you need to pay up some money. This...
  • Shrinking Technology
    Need Net Access Check Your Watch; Wearable Technology
    Apple is getting ready to make a major move that will, once again, catapult them to the top of the personal technology market. Apple has capitalized on an innovative and convenient idea that is poised to make Apple and its investors a ton of money...
  • Jimmy Wales and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
    Broken promises of Jimmy Wales
    Jimmy Wales had a busy Christmas Eve on Twitter, trumpeting what a principled and successful man he is. The co-founder of Wikipedia has come under fire for his acceptance of a $500,000 awardfrom Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and the government of...
  • Protect your Data during Holiday Travel
    Protect your Data during Holiday Travel
    You’re dreaming of a white Christmas, and hackers are dreaming of a green Christmas: your cash in their pockets. And hackers are everywhere, and are a particular threat to travelers.Prior to leaving for your holiday vacation, have an IT...
  • Should You Use Near-Field Communications?
    Should You Use Near-Field Communications?
    Have you ever wondered what kind of superpower you’d have? I’ve always wanted to send messages and ideas with my mind to others. My dream can sort of come true with near-field communications (NFC).You’ve might not have heard of...
  • Too Many Cooks
    Adult Swim is creating viral hits in the 4 a.m. time slot
    Four in the morning is a traditional television dead-zone. It’s the meat of what TV programmers call the “graveyard slot”. Despite the understandable lack of cognizant viewers, Tuner Broadcasting sub-channel Adult Swim, have been...
  • The most prolific Serial Killer…ever
    The most prolific Serial Killer…ever
    Charles Cullen of New Jersey may have murdered up to 400 people, though around 35 murders have been confirmed. He’s currently serving a sentence of 127 years. As a nurse, he killed patients at the hospitals he worked at. A form or mercy...
  • NORAD tracking Santa for Christmas
    NORAD tracking Santa for Christmas
    Christmas is less than 24 hours away. As usual and to repeat the past few years, Google has mentioned that they are offering aSanta tracking app.Again however,NORAD (North American Air Defense Command) will also be tracking Santa on his most...
  • Nine states report low UFO activity in December
    Nine states report low flying UFO activity in December
    UFO traffic during the first three weeks of December 2014 includes low flying objects over Florida, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Vermont, Alabama, Michigan, California, Colorado and New Jersey, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network ...
  • Synthetic Identity Theft hard to detect
    Synthetic Identity Theft hard to detect
    A criminal can do a lot with “only” your Social Security number, says a report from darkreading.com. Okay, so he doesn’t have the name that goes with the number. Big deal—he’ll just make one up to go with it! This is...
  • Dish drops Fox news and business network
    Dish drops Fox news and business network
    Saturday evening many Subscribers to Dish Networks had were disappointed when Fox News and their affiliated channels went dark. The blackout, which is still going, was a result of an impasse between the satellite TV provider and Fox while...
  • Mobile Carriers spying on Users
    Mobile Carriers spying on Users
    How does my mobile phone know I like tools, electronic gadgets and tarantulas? It keeps showing me ads for these products! Christmas is coming and my kids like bugs, big bugs.How does it know? It’s called “supercookies”. And they...