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10 iPhone Apps Guaranteed to Enhance Your Dating Potential

10 iPhone Apps Guaranteed to Enhance Your Dating Potential

Technology has broken down the virtual barriers between the sexes. Pools of dating prospects can now be held literally in the palm of your hand compliments of the digital age. Many iPhone users have the advantage courtesy of applications geared toward impressing, enticing, and sourcing potential...

13 of the Craziest Crackpot Internet Sites

13 of the Craziest Crackpot Internet Sites

The internet is the great playing field leveler. On the internet, no one knows you're a dog, right? But it turns out that we have a pretty good idea if you're a paranoid schizophrenic with persecution complex — because that's what your website tells us about you. These 13 people are all crackpots...

Google Is Richer Than the 28 Poorest Countries Combined

Google Is Richer Than the 28 Poorest Countries Combined

Google earned more than $29.3 billion in 2010 which happens to be more than the GDP of the 28 poorest nations in the world... combined. Isn't that insane? In today's world, information is power and with Google controlling the world's information, they certainly have become wealthy. Goes to...

5 Great Kindle Books for Computer Programmers

5 Great Kindle Books for Computer Programmers

Kindle e-books can be a great resource either for learning how to write programs, or developing high demand software for computers or smart-phones. The selection of available e-books are vast, and can vary depending specific programming languages and user ability. The following is a list of some...

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Newsweek Goes Digital After 79 Years in Print

Newsweek, one of the longest running internationally acclaimed magazines, will offer its final print edition of its 79 year history on December 31, 2012. The announcement was delivered during a meeting on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. EST. Tina Brown, editor-in-chief at Newseek and...

Google Fined $22.5 Million for Safari Privacy Breach

Google Fined $22.5 Million for Safari Privacy Breach

U.S. District Judge Susan Illston ruled Internet search giant Google has been fined $22.5 million for a Safari privacy breach as part of an ongoing antitrust investigation. The settlement was reached on Friday, November 16, 2012 after a three month lawsuit between the Federal Trade Commission...

U.S. And Israeli Spyware Linked to May 2012 Hack of French Presidential Office?

U.S. And Israeli Spyware Linked to May 2012 Hack of French Presidential Office?

French cyber-warfare security officials have linked a United States and Israeli spy software program to a May 2012 hack of French Presidential office. On Tuesday, November 20, 2012 l'Express magazine published reports that a computer virus similar to Flame, a program used by an U.S./Israeli team...

Controversial "Bang With Friends" Facebook App Gaining Popularity

Controversial "Bang With Friends" Facebook App Gaining Popularity

Facebook's "Bang With Friends" app was released by some college aged Californian creators on January 24, 2013 to deliver a controversial yet steadily gaining in popularity way to connect with people: hooking up. Its purpose is to help 20somethings get naked with Facebook friends while sparing the...

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How Do I Become a Pilot?

The life of a pilot can be incredibly exciting and rewarding. The job is prestigious, and only those who are serious about flying and committed to fulfilling precise requirements will earn a career as a pilot. With that said, the first step toward becoming a pilot is asking, "How do I become a...

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Stephen Hawking Hospitalized: "Very Ill"

Mathematician and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, 67, has been rushed to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, England with a serious chest infection. The Lucasian Professor of Mathematics - a post once held by Sir Isaac Newton - has suffered from Amyotrophic Lateral Schlerosis [ALS] since...