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Cisco, D-Link, Netgear Offer Wireless Routers for Businesses...
In a world where pretty much any electronic device that sits on your desk or fits in your pocket sports WiFi connectivity, it's important to have a wireless router that offers a fast, secure connection that provides ample range and bandwidth for down...
Google Now Is Watching You
The new OS feature Google Now is practical now, but will it become overly invasive?
Comical Illustration Explains How Internet Works
Did someone ever asked you how the browser or the internet works? Next time, your answer will be this comical illustration.
Two MDM Vendors Make Tablets Into Purpose-Specific Devices...
MDM vendors Soti and AirWatch add features to tightly lock down tablets. Here's how one company is making a business from the technology.
Friday Humor: Geekomania - Search Engine Journal
This is a post for my fellow geeks! Here are some funny pics and memes just for you! Let us know which memes you like the most. Have a safe and happy weeke
Anonymous Launches #OpJapan Against Law That Would Imprison...
Do you want to know the secret to getting on Anonymous' bad side? Try passing a law that punishes people for watching YouTube videos. that would fine and imprison people for watching YouTube videos of copyrighted content. Once they caught wind of th...
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The website was created by Kyle MacDonald, a who his way from a single red to a house in a series of online trades over the course of a year. MacDonald was inspired by the childhood game , and the site received a considerable amount of notice fo...
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6 Real World Da Vinci Codes That Aren't Full of Crap
There are, apparently, some fairly weird encoded messages that actual academic types have identified in a ways that seem fairly plausible.