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Google Experimenting With Recommended Articles in Chrome

When people hear search engine there are a few that jump out at them, with many instantly going straight to Google. The popular search engine has helped create everything from the web browser Chrome to self-driving cars. One…

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5-Dimensional Disc Can Store 360TB Forever

A team of scientists from the University of Southampton have developed a new storage medium that can save up to 360TB of data indefinitely. The university’s Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) has developed a five dimensional (5D) recording…

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Private Collector Opens Apple Museum in Prague

Apple’s style and appeal are now iconic worldwide, with their products enjoying a strong market share across the globe. Not all nations have access to official Apple stores, one such country being the Czech Republic. This…

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The Strong Museum Acquires Massive Atari Collection

It’s been about seven months since we last heard something from the Strong Museum and that was when they announced the first six titles to enter their World Video Game Hall of Fame, and now they…

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AVG Can Sell Your Browsing Activity to Ad Companies

AVG has updated its Privacy Policy in a bid to make the free version more profitable and will now collect “non-personal data” which can be sold to third parties. This is an extraordinary revelation and not what…

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Homeland Security Stopped This Library From Making Tor Available to Public

Browsing online became a service that people watched more carefully after Edward Snowden revealed the extent at which our online activity was being monitored, from every web address to the very content of our private and…

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Enter Now to Play The Largest Minesweeper Game Ever on 24 Monitors!

Cinemassive has decided to honour the 30th anniversary of Minesweeper with a once in a lifetime opportunity. This competition involves the largest Minesweeper game ever devised on 24 HD monitors and 10 entrants will battle it out…

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Footage Discovered of Unreleased Crash Bandicoot Cartoon

A YouTube video has emerged from David Siller, who worked as lead designer for Universal Interactive Studios during the time of Crash Bandicoot’s development. The footage shows the introduction to a Crash Bandicoot cartoon and features…

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Enigma Machine Sells For $232,000

Famous for being used by the Germans in World War 2 the device was used to send and receive encrypted messages, and with their destruction being commonplace in order to prevent enemies from getting their hands…

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How to Delete All Information Google Knows About You

Does the fact google knows more about you than you do yourself worry you? Many members of the global community are irritated by the vast amount of information that Google collects about their searches. Yahoo News…

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8 Years Ago Today The iPhone Was Born

There’s a constant raging debate between tech lovers over different companies and their products. Mac or PC, iOS or Android, PlayStation or Xbox, PC or Console… the list goes on. But there are a number of seminal…

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Millions of Historic Images Added to Flicker by Internet Archive

Earlier this year the Internet Archive began culling over 14 million images from their public domain ebooks, then began uploading them to the Internet Archive’s Flickr account. This means that all of the historic images are…

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Action Comics Issue 1 is on Ebay for $1.75 Million

Yes, you read that right, the first ever issue of Action Comics is on sale on eBay for $1.75 million! Why eBay you ask? I can’t answer that question, surely something of this value and importance…

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Internet Archive To Start Preserving Classic Console Games

All oldies but goldies games have been made possible to play on modern computers with the help of emulators, and they are part of gaming history too. The Internet Archive, a non-profit organization with the purpose…

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Take A Blast Back To The Past With Google BBS

For a number of us tech heads, we all like to take a trip back to the good ol’ days of dial up internet and reminisce on how things used to be. Whilst many sites –…

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Ancient Mayan City Revealed In Mexican Jungle By Archaeologists

A Live Science report has revealed that Archaeologists have just discovered a Mayan City that originates from A.D. 600 to A.D. 900. This means that the time period in question coincides with the late classic Maya period.…