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Google Anti-Piracy Agreement Will Target Domain Hopping, Share Search DataNEWS. More points of interest encompassing the intentional hostile to robbery understanding between Google, Bing, and significant rightsholders have risen. Notwithstanding endeavours to alleviate privateer destinations' endeavours to hop areas to abstain from downranking, the web crawlers will "trade itemised data" with rightsholders "on a classified premise" so as to better...
The genius of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, is the decentralized nature of the platform and the transparency of the transactions between the users of the platform. Bitcoin is a decentralized database which keeps track of how much money each user of the technology has mined and/or purchased. It also allows each user an opaque view of the transactions and...
Makeblock Neuron electronic building blocks
Playtime with building blocks will never be the same. And if Tony Stark ever gives Legos a tech facelift, the result would be something like Makeblock Neuron, the new electronic building blocks platform just announced by Makeblock Co., Ltd. Thanks to the ingenious team at Makeblock, kids, beginning in June 2017, will be able to use their playtime to construct "anything" and "everything," as the company claims--everything...
home assistant
A race has begun between the major home assistant product providers Amazon and Google to be the first to add phone calls to their devices. The importance of this race comes in the form of the potential of new customers. In the United States, nearly 50% percent of households currently have home phone service, according to a study performed by...
zelda
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, according to several reviews, is a wonderful video game that is designed to bring out the most out of the Nintendo Switch. Now, here’s the thing, the game has a splendid and magical world for the player to explore, but things can go wrong pretty quickly. For those who are gearing up to...
senstone
There is great wisdom in an ancient Chinese adage that says,“The faintest ink is more powerful than the strongest memory.” The human brain storage center, as described by Brice Kuhl in the Nature Neuroscience journal, is constantly selecting information that it deems relevant and highly probable to be used while suppressing information that is relevant but rarely put to...
Wikileaks release largest leak of CIA documents
The whistleblower website Wikileaks release largest leak of CIA documents publishing thousands of pages describing sophisticated software tools and techniques employed by the agency to break into smartphones, computers and Internet-connected televisions. The documents include instructions for compromising a broad range of standard computer tools that are used for spying such as Skype, Wi-Fi networks, documents in PDF format, and commercial...
There is a staggering swell surfacing from the sea of mechanical advancements. It is called Augmented Reality. As good as it sounds when listened, this term has as of now been deciphered by the producers of the most radiant gaming sensation: Pokemon GO. To the individuals who still feel astounded by the term, AR is the sign of predominant innovation...
Something be rotten in the state of media, case and point: the digital media.  An old saw to be sure. Though being old does not make something untrue. The simple fact of the matter is that there have been issues in the media since is beginnings in the 1600s. The term 'legacy media' is with no exaggeration or overstatement. It...
The vintage craze: Sometimes it seems like technology and their users have a complicated relationship. Is just as if consumers are wandering and sharing the same highway with the expert tech companies, but at the same time both are driving in opposite directions, so that ironically an old Nokia 3310 is competing against the top iPhone on the market,...

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