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Facebook Tracks Even When Logged Out

There are certain things users must sacrifice to play in the world of social media. One of them, to some extent, is privacy.
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Worlds First Computer Bug

In 1947, Grace Murray Hopper was working on the Harvard University Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator (a primitive computer).
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US Net Neutrality Rules Finalized

Get ready, America—net neutrality finally comes to the Internet on November 20, 2011.
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The Adaptiv Invisibility Cloak

Individual hexagonal cells line the outside of the tank, each able to detach individually. They work together to hide or change the vehicles infared signature, and that’s where things get really interesting. Read on for more info!
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ARPANET - The First Internet

The early internet looked very different from today's. For one, there was a lot less cats.
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A Brief History of the Internet

The timeline of who and how the internet as we know it came to be.
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Google Purchases Motorola Mobile

Given Android’s phenomenal success, we are always looking for new ways to supercharge the Android ecosystem.
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Smart Meters Dangerously Open To Hacking

If someone in a utility control room can read your meter remotely, shut off power to your house, and modulate individual appliances to shed load during peak hours, then so could hackers.
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Scientists Invent Robotic Body Odor

As if it wasn't bad enough we had to put up with smelly Humans.
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How Apple Could Crush Hollywood

Apple has forcefully taken several industries thus far. Here is why Hollywood may fall in their sights.
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