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‘Unbeatable’ Cinavia Anti-Piracy Technology Cracked by DVD-Ranger

Cinavia’s anti-piracy technology has been a thorn in the side of many file-sharers, who are unable to pay pirated files on their DVD-players without being interrupted by a warning message. In a breakthrough development, software vendor DVD-Ranger has cracked the protection, including for popular movies downloaded from pirate sites.

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Google’s new Quality Report will tell you how amazing (or awful) your ISP is

Earlier this year, Google-owned YouTube began collecting a different type of data when serving videos to its users. Instead of focusing solely on data that might help the Internet giant serve targe…

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Out in the Open: The Site That Teaches You to Code Well Enough to Get a Job

Wanna be a programmer? That shouldn’t be too hard. You can sign-up for an iterative online tutorial at a site like Codecademy or Treehouse. You can check yourself into a “coding bootcamp” for a face-to-face crash course in the ways of programming. Or you could do the old fashioned thing: buy a book or take…

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User’s father goes missing in Los Angeles, another redditor finds him malnourished and dehydrated 2 days later

The website Reddit.com and its users tends to get alot of negative attention, accusations of being internet ‘trolls’ and popularizing questionable content . Recently users of the popular site have helped one of they’re own, locate a missing family member and the story couldn’t be more positive.

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The nine companies that know more about you than Google or Facebook

You probably assume Google and Facebook know everything about you. You may not have heard of a group of companies who possibly know even more. They’re called data brokers, and their business is collecting and selling personal data—typically without your knowledge or consent—that are used to verify identity, help marketers, detect fraud and help perform detailed “people searches.” Most people…

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Crucial’s MX100 solid-state drive reviewed

Crucial Memory release the new mx100 SSD line, slashing the prices of all SSDs in the open market.

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Google made a self-driving car, and it doesn’t have a steering wheel

Google today announced its own design for self-driving cars, which will drive people around without a steering wheel or pedals. It’s the latest project from Google X, the company’s skunkworks group…

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Apple Store Goes Down Ahead of iPhone Event

Apple’s online store went down on Tuesday morning ahead of the company’s big launch event.

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Announcing the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

Have you ever had something on your phone that you really wanted to show to your friends and family, but they had to huddle around you and your PC, tablet, or smartphone just to show them? This hap…

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Nokia Fit, a Phone that Fits On Your Finger Like a Ring

Everyone laughed at that Apple ring concept a while ago, if I remember well, but here’s another device wearable around your index finger. Say goodbye to

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Could Bitcoin Miners Help Pay For Pirated Games?

Multiple reports this week suggested that a pirate release of the game Watch Dogs contained a Bitcoin miner. While no one wants their machine infected with unwanted software, could an authorized installation of a Bitcoin miner on users’ machines generate enough revenue for a developer to give his game away for free?

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