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Since from the starting of 2012, there been a lot of push from governments in the form of internet censorship. Suppose, if the law these governments bringing in come into effect, how much it results in a mess for everyone. This is one example, now considering thinking of the world where instead of an iPad, you do have to get a heavy weighted Encyclopedia Brittanica...

Every year, we heard about hundreds of thousands of internet scams, even in 2010, the Internet Crime Complaint Center received the second-highest number of complaints since its inception 10 years ago. There are plenty of other examples of internet scams either, but what these scams actually are? Wikipedia definition states that Internet fraud refers to the use of Internet services or software with Internet access to defraud victims or to otherwise take advantage of them. Well, to give you better idea, the fine folks at Backgroundcheck.org...

We are in the evolution century – no not evolution, but actually revolution century of Email. We send 2 billion emails a day from different means i.e. it would be phones, computers and tablets. Email is an important part, a way of redefining the act that how we are communicating as it is so quick, easy and cost-effective. Even an interesting figure (numbers) come...

Talking about online video, and found teens not around, sounds not good, but if we are talking about real video consumption by teens, then we came to know a surprising big and huge picture. Teens engage in every facet from video chatting, recording, and uploading video to streaming video live. In one of the recent survey by the Pew Research Center, it was found that out of 800 teens’ ages 12-17 surveyed, online behaviours of 95% of those polled said they use the internet: 37% indulge in video chat, 27% recording and uploading video and...

Despite the fact that bankrupt Kodak makes the whole world think once what would be the photography industry future would be? But the real story is different in mixed sense, in United States the actual percent of photos taken with camera phones continues to grow at a significant rate. Conversely, the photos taken with point-to-shoot cameras continue to fall. In the...

How many of you have ever watched NASCAR? Even, how many of you really know the full form either of NASCAR? Well, if you don’t NASCAR stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. NASCAR is a family-owned and operated business venture that sanctions and governs multiple auto racing sports events. NASCAR’s headquarters are located in Daytona Beach,...

With the huge up rise in bringing different technology in today’s world, it results in making our life much easier – the technology helps us in every aspect of life, whether it would be travelling, education, innovation, and lot more. In the same lime light, the mobile technology has played an efficient role in changing world travel. In the last few years the...

As the time passes by there are much speculation about Microsoft’s next big thing: Windows 8. The company recently unveiled Windows 8 Release Preview, the version is the final test copy of Windows 8 to be released publicly and should help users and businesses a better understanding of the changes Microsoft brings in it since from the last Consumer Preview launch....

Web Browser wars – not the new to know – we are seeing from decades that browser from different organization are trying their hand to make their owns browser no. 1 than whether it would be Microsoft’s Bing, Google’s Chrome or others. It is one of the chasing questions rounded from time to time but our friends at Monetate created an inforgraphic on “World...

We all are fond of internet as well as with the technology of bringing it at our homes and workplace, but did you know that during the course of time, the number of Wi-Fi connected devices will exceed the world’s population? Wi-Fi connected devices these days are no longer only for the tech-savvy as they are no considered as the norm. These increases come as an...