Category: Tech

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Dec 28

List Of Notable TV Shows And Movies Expiring Soon On Netflix US Streaming

LIST APPLIES TO NETFLIX USA STREAMING MARKET: ———-TV SHOWS————– EXPIRING JANUARY 1, 2014 Dark Shadows (original from late 1960s) Saturday Night Live The 2000s Mr Bean The Kids In The Hall Perfect 10 Model Boxing (Volume 1) ———–MOVIES—————– EXPIRING DECEMBER 29, 2013 Transformers Dark Of The Moon EXPIRING JANUARY 4, 2014 Alice In Wonderland (1951 …

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Sep 13

Twitter makes IPO plans official: files confidential S-1, but expected value is about $14B

“We’ve confidentially submitted an S-1 to the SEC for a planned IPO. This Tweet does not constitute an offer of any securities for sale.— Twitter (@twitter) September 12, 2013 Twitter’s note that this is a confidential filing means the company’s annual revenue is less than $1 billion.” View More

Sep 07

NSA Revelations Cast Doubt on the Entire Tech Industry

“Six years ago, two Microsoft cryptography researchers discovered some weirdness in an obscure cryptography standard authored by the National Security Agency. There was a bug in a government-standard random number generator that could be used to encrypt data.” View More

Sep 07

California Legislature Approves Trial Program For Electronic Plates

“Do you worry that the widespread use of plate-scanning cameras might be used in ways that violate your privacy ? Now you can ratchet your worry level up a bit: Ars Technica reports that “This week, the California State Senate approved a bill that would create the nation’s first electronic license” View More

Sep 06

Most Tor Keys May Be Vulnerable To NSA Cracking

Ars Technica reports that security researcher Rob Graham of Errata Security, after analyzing nearly 23,000 Tor connections through an exit node that Graham controls, believes that the encryption used by a majority of Tor users could be vulnerable to NSA decryption: “About 76 per” View More

Sep 04

T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Verizon: Which carrier gives you the best upgrade plan?

Are you wondering which carrier gives you the best upgrade plan? T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Verizon: I thnk you know the answer! Before we jump into the differences between these plans, let’s have a look at how T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” system works, because it’s had some far-reaching effects on the rest of the U.S. cell phone …

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Sep 03

Android 4.4 Named “KitKat”

“Google today announced that the next major version of Android – version 4.4 – will be named KitKat, after the Kit Kat candy bar made by Nestlé. Each major version of Android is named for a sweet treat starting with a successive letter of the alphabet. Only major versions get a new name.” View More

May 27

Not bad internet speeds!

Apr 12

How to uninstall Facebook Home from your Android smartphone

Apr 12

Verizon pushes upgrade cycle to a full 24 months

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