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Netflix made more of its money streaming outside the US for the first time but subscriber growth is weak. Netflix can stake claim to being the media king of the world, booking more revenue from streaming outside the US than within it for the first time. Still, the streaming-video company reported lower-than-expected overall subscriber growth […]
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After days of speculation it’s been officially announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the open-source code repository, GitHub in full by the end of the year for $7,500,000,000. That’s great! What’s GitHub? GitHub is based in San Francisco, and is essentially just an online platform that lets coders from all over the world collaborate with each […]
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Learn how to catch the last games of the 2018 Russia World Cup by using one of these three great VPNs As the biggest sporting event in the world draws sadly but inexorably closer, it’s safe to say it’s been a tournament to remember. Germany, gone, Spain gone, Portugal, gone, and even Brazil. Only England, […]
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Neo Nazis and other closely associated extremists surge to Google Plus with some ‘plus’ communities having hundreds or thousands of followers in their circles. At least somebody’s still using it? News has emerged this week, that following a severe crackdown by mainstream social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter,  Neo-Nazis and other extremist groups have found […]
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British appeal court judge rules that London based Uber cars and their drivers can continue to stay on the road – for now, anyway. Uber has won its appeal against a Transport For London (TFL) decision not to renew the ride-sharing company’s license in the United Kingdom capital. Uber has been given 15 months to […]
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Glitch Set Private Facebook Posts To Public There’s a surprise waiting in the email inboxes of about 14 million Facebook users: a mea culpa message that lets them know that their privacy settings might have let them down. According to the company, a bug at headquarters automatically switched some users’ posts from Private to Public between May […]
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When is an operating system update not an update? When the new, “improved” version takes four steps backwards for each step it’s supposed to advance. This seems to be the case so far with the latest update to Microsoft’s Windows 10. As well as being good for the soul, Microsoft-bashing is an easy activity to […]
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“Don’t read the comments… don’t read the comments…” By and large, the comments section of most news, videos, or social media posts can easily devolve into a cesspool of anti-humanity. However, one aspect to leaving an opinion online can actually serve a purpose for other users: online reviews. All reported fraud and comment-padding aside, sites […]
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USA takes title back from China – Summit can process 200,000 calculations per second. Summit is the name of the US’s new supercomputer, and if initial reports are to be believed, the machine is more than twice as powerful as the current supercomputer champion based in China. Summit has been developed by two computer manufacturing […]
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The social media company is allegedly blocking all users who were under the age of 13 when they first signed up for an account. Twitter is apparently taking strong action against anyone whose self-declared date of birth means they were under the age of 13 when they first signed up, in order to comply with […]
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