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Kickstarter Hacked Last Week

Kickstarter Hacked Last Week

If you’ve ever run or contributed to a campaign on Kickstarter, chances are you got an email from the crowdfunding site this past Saturday. According to the message, Kickstarter was hacked last Wednesday, and the … [Read more...]

Netflix Really, Really Needs an Offline Mode

Netflix Really, Really Needs an Offline Mode

I’m here today to talk about something very troubling. Millions of people are affected by this issue, and today, especially, one question begs to be asked.Why on earth can’t we download videos from Netflix?When … [Read more...]

Streamnation Nails Media Storage, Hooks Into Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox and More

Streamnation Nails Media Storage, Hooks Into Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox and More

The last we wrote about Streamnation the company had just launched its digital locker product to the world.  At the time Streamnation allowed you to upload your media to the company’s servers and then stream that media … [Read more...]

Mozilla Launching Program to Put Ads Into Firefox

Mozilla Launching Program to Put Ads Into Firefox

Mozilla, the company behind the hit Firefox web browser, announced Tuesday that it will soon begin selling ads within Firefox.This comes as somewhat conflicting news for a company that was playing with the idea … [Read more...]

40K Professional Designers Turning To Webydo’s Robust Web Design Platform

40K Professional Designers Turning To Webydo’s Robust Web Design Platform

Editor’s note: This is a sponsored review.  Products featured in sponsored reviews are tested and reviewed with the same process as non-sponsored reviews and are not guaranteed to be positive. If you are a … [Read more...]

Video: 5 Google Chrome Extensions You Can’t Live Without

Video: 5 Google Chrome Extensions You Can’t Live Without

For years, browsing the Internet was a restricted, linear experience. You logged on, checked your email, did some research, maybe played a few games, and logged off. Nowadays, in the wild west of the web, browsers are … [Read more...]

These College Students May Have Cracked the Code to Q&A

These College Students May Have Cracked the Code to Q&A

When we first told you about likeplum, a knowledge marketplace founded by two Emory students, back in April 2013 it was just getting started in an already competitive market, but that didn't deter the team.  In just … [Read more...]

Vine Launches Web Profiles and ‘TV Mode’ for Full Screen Viewing

Vine Launches Web Profiles and ‘TV Mode’ for Full Screen Viewing

Vine just launched its much anticipated web profiles for its over 40 million users.  Vine, which is owned by Twitter, first announced plans for web profiles in mid-December, and allowed users to reserve their preferred … [Read more...]

Rap Genius Traffic Plummets After Google Releases the Kraken

Rap Genius Traffic Plummets After Google Releases the Kraken

We told you last week about how Google was punishing lyrics website Rap Genius for using spammy SEO tactics, but now we have some new information that shows just how bad Rap Genius is hurting (traffic wise) after Google … [Read more...]

Netflix Trials $6.99 Standard Definition Streaming Plan with New Subscribers

Netflix Trials $6.99 Standard Definition Streaming Plan with New Subscribers

Are you someone who isn't a Netflix subscriber and someone who watches a lot of content solely on a standard definition device? If you fall into the middle of that Venn diagram (I don't really have one here, so just … [Read more...]