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SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), an act, if passed, would give the U.S. federal government power to disable a website it found to be in copyright violation law. If you do not agree to support SOPA, you must be surprised at first to found out that there is an android app that helps you take the next step to become a SOPA boycotter. The app, free of course, can use to...

With the reports confirmed, a group of Chinese authors including the popular blogger and social critic Han Han and the controversial author Li Chengpeng, announced January 6 that their 11.9 million yuan (approximately $1.9 million) lawsuit against the American giant Apple for copyright violations has accepted by the Beijing Court. A member of Chinese writers representing...

On-Demand Internet streaming media service Netflix officially announces its service in UK and Ireland today. Netflix, available in both the countries provided access to its member first on free one-month trial. After the trial, the service costs GBP 5.99 or Euro 6.99 (USD 8.87). Catalogue is full of complete TV programmes such as The Only Way is Essex, Prison Break, and Damages and great films such as 3:10 to Yuma, Blitz and The English Patient, with new content added continuously. Users will also be able to stream the content to a PC,...

I’m doing my MasterCard payments research, until I found something interesting and feel like to share with the world. An RFID-enabled watch that offers and allows contactless MasterCard payments. The idea itself looks very cheesy and interesting even while hearing for the first time. Contactless credits things have been around for many of the years as of now, what...

The 2012 Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as “CES” is all set to start from Tuesday, January 10, 2012, we the I2Mag is all set to cover the most exciting gadget geek’s event of the year that will began in Las Vegas. This International Consumer Electronic Show is already making its mark with lot of product announcements and product leaks all making the...

Amazon’s LOVEFILM confirms the report yesterday that it soon to stream the BBC Worldwide content including the vast archive of shows, celebrated programmes and much more. Subscription deal including some of the greatest British programming, TV titles likes the nation’s much loved Doctor Who, Life On Mars, Torchwood Planet Earth and much more. With the deal, LOVEFiLM...

Hacker School, an initiative started by David Albert, Nicholas Bergson-Shilcock and Sonali Sridhar. The school is a three-month immersive school for becoming a better programmer. The school sets no formal instructors; it only works on one single motive to allow the entire participant to become a better hacker, a programmer. The school are having no grades, teachers...

With reports confirmed, Google had bought up another batch of patents from IBM covering a range of technologies used in cellphones. The patents covered a wide range of topics, such as blade servers, data caching, video conferencing, email administration, instant messaging applications, wireless phones and javascript widgets. The transfers were registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office December last week. About Google: Beginning in 1996, Stanford University graduate students Larry Page and Sergey Brin built a search engine called...

With reports from Helsingin Sanomat, Nokia’s Board of Directors proposed Risto Siilasmaa as its new chairman. Siilasmaa is known well as the founder of Helsinki based computer security company F-Secure. Nokia’s Board of Directors should publish proposals on Thursday, January 26 for the new size of the contribution to the May Annual General Meeting after the interim...