Kim Dotcom

Back in January 2012, the U.S government shutdown the popular file sharing website Megaupload and arrested it’s rich founder Kim Dot Com. The arrest made a lot of news because Megaupload was a very popular service used by millions of users and it also led to several other file sharing websites shutting down. While Kim […]

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The Internet Archive is embracing torrent technology to make thousands of legacy files available to users. The Internet Archive is good at what it does, and with this new distribution strategy, they will reach a much wider audience.

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Shootin’ Hoops – London 2012 Basketball Google Doodle Game

Today, Google has added yet another interactive doodle on its homepage – Basketball, and it looks like Google will be publishing more interactive doodles in the next few days.

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Best Olympic Google Doodle – London 2012 Hurdles

Not everyone gets a chance to take a part in the Olympics, however, Google is giving Internet users a chance to take part in the 100-meter hurdles, but with a Google Doodle. All you need is a strong keyboard and fast moving fingers!

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At 19:45 IST (07:15 PST), I observed that Bing (bing.com), the search engine from Microsoft, had an outage. I checked @bing on Twitter but there was no update and no acknowledgement of the outage. I’ll update the post as soon as the service is back up, or we have an update from Microsoft. UPDATE - 07:25 PST: […]

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Microsoft has issued a public statement urging Google and Motorola to end all patent licensing disputes with it, and agree to comprehensive and fair licensing terms covering all their patents.

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Box, the leading enterprise cloud storage service, has raised nearly $125 million by General Atlantic Partners, at a rumored valuation of nearly $1.2 billion.

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9GAG, one of the most popular community internet humor sites, has raised nearly $2.8 million from top Silicon Valley VCs and angels.

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Apple may be planning to launch the iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini at a special event on September 12.

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A fake op-ed written by someone masquerading as Bill Keller of New York Times managed to fool thousands of people including some of New York Time’s own staff writers.

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The music labels see a potential investment market in this business, and they do not want to let go of it so easily. Artists never have, and never will benefit from these copyright claims.

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Bit.ly has launched a new realtime search engine called “rt.ly”, which enables you to search for what the internet is talking about in real time, based on data generated by the millions of bit.ly links being shared by users across the web.

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Multiple law firms have announced that they will be investigating Zynga’s secondary stock sale for possible insider stock trading violations, after its stock crashed 40% following its Q2 earnings release.

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Apple and Microsoft have teamed up against Google and Samsung to bid for Kodak’s digital imaging patents in the latest turn of events in the patent wars.

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Apple may be looking to make a strategic investment in Twitter, in order to build a stronger relationship with the company and become more social.

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