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GoDaddy Down, Anonymous Responsible?

GoDaddy Down, Anonymous Responsible?

Monday September 10th, GoDaddy domain service provider went down causing a massive outage for millions of its users. Most of these users happened to be small businesses and organizations that rely solely on their website to do business through online transactions and email services. Anonymous affiliate @AnonymousOwn3r has claimed responsibility for the GoDaddy outage and [...]

September 10, 2012 Zach Wright Anonymous, Featured, Security, SOPA / PIPA 0

Microsoft takes a sh*t in Google’s mouth.

Microsoft takes a sh*t in Google’s mouth.

We have seen Microsoft making some really genious moves. Arguably they are the best in show in almost every category. They have the best handset on the market, the most transformative and functional desktop OS coming right around the bend, and the console to rule them all only months away. Do they have have trust? Most people [...]

February 21, 2012 Damian Estrada Companies, Internet, Microsoft, Security 0

Google Will Pay You to Browse The Internet

Google Will Pay You to Browse The Internet

Google is rolling out a new service called Screenwise that will unleash the potential of a fully customized browsing experience.  Eventually. Screenwise is a Chrome browser extension that will share with Google the sites you visit and how you use them.  While there hasn’t been an official announcement yet, I assume they are going to [...]

February 11, 2012 Corey Murillo Companies, Events, Google, Hardware, Internet, Nerd, Security 0

PlayStation Network Evolves Into Sony Entertainment Network

PlayStation Network Evolves Into Sony Entertainment Network

The changes will roll out onto the PlayStation 3 via a software update on February 7. Besides a few cosmetic differences, there will also be new terms of agreement regarding new parental chat limitations and a privacy policy explaining the location-based services offered via the PlayStation Vita system. In addition there will be a descriptive “Whats [...]

February 6, 2012 Justin Pla Internet, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PSPVITA, Security, Software, Sony 0

SOPA/PIPA Noble Press Primer

SOPA/PIPA Noble Press Primer

Throughout history the market continues to move forward and change. Those who don’t or can’t keep up with the market and its changes are set to go out of business to be replaced with more competent and better competing businesses. This constitutes a basic market force that many in industry seek to circumvent. To accomplish [...]

January 24, 2012 Phasmatis Internet, Security, SOPA / PIPA 0

Sprint Pushes More Security Updates

Sprint Pushes More Security Updates

Sprint seems to be staying true to their word and have been issuing updates to their Android devices.  Although I’m not sure how much their word is worth after installing Carrier IQ on millions of devices. Earlier this week Sprint pushed their “security update” to the HTC Evo 3D removing the highly controversial software Carrier [...]

January 20, 2012 Corey Murillo Android, Companies, Phones, Security 0

Internet 1 SOPA 0

Internet 1 SOPA 0

Today Congressman Lamar Smith officially announced his retreat from the SOPA campaign. After writing and endorsing the law he has said, “It is clear that we need to revisit the approach.” The Official Statement: “I have heard from the critics and I take seriously their concerns regarding proposed legislation to address the problem of online [...]

January 20, 2012 Dominick Vitelli Internet, Security, SOPA / PIPA 0

Wikipedia to Go Dark for 24 Hours to Protest SOPA and PIPA Piracy Acts

Wikipedia to Go Dark for 24 Hours to Protest SOPA and PIPA Piracy Acts

Information seekers everywhere will have a hurdle to their keyword searches on Wednesday, January 18th as Wikipedia will be completely unavailable for 24 hours. The editable encyclopedia will be going dark in support against the piracy acts being debated in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Stop Internet Piracy Act, or SOPA has several tools [...]

January 17, 2012 Danny Hauger Internet, Security, SOPA / PIPA 0

Google Censors Searches

Google Censors Searches

If you’ve been searching for anything that you really shouldn’t be searching for (i.e. free television shows, movies, etc.) You will find that the best links are going to be amiss. Google has begun to censor searches. This is really disappointing since Google is one of the most heavily used search engines on the entire [...]

December 11, 2011 Grace Lim Companies, Google, Internet, Security, SOPA / PIPA 0

Carrier IQ: Over 141 Million Devices Affected

Carrier IQ: Over 141 Million Devices Affected

Over the last week, quite a scandal has been unfolding. No, not the stuff with Herman Cain, this one hit much much more close to home.  As a matter of fact, if you have an iPhone you will want to read this article. If you run Android, or even Blackberry, listen up you may be [...]

December 3, 2011 Corey Murillo Android, Internet, iOS, iPhone, Security, Software, WP7 1
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