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Movies nominated for an Oscar see surge in Internet piracy
Oscar-nominated movies see uptick in piracy following announcement in January.
Supporters concerned mainstream bitcoin interest now stalling
The bitcoin cryptocurrency has suffered from declining value, and supporters are concerned interest is beginning to drop further.
Cisco CEO sees Internet of Things changing everything in the future
Cisco looks to embrace the Internet of Things, expecting big things later down the road.
Researchers claim finding love online is all to do with your name
Scientists claim that the sooner the first letter of your first name is in the alphabet, the more likely you are to find love online.
Spotify has gone full stalker mode - here's the songs you have sex to
Spotify releases a playlist compiled of 2.5 million users' sex playlists - how many do you agree with?
The British army has employed a whole batallion of Facebook Warriors
The British Army has just created a new 1,500-strong, 77th battalion - described as "Facebook Warriors"
Nickelodeon to launch standalone streaming service in February
Viacom plans to launch a standalone Nickelodeon streaming video service in February.
Jay Z wants to buy Aspiro music streaming service for $56 million
Jay Z is opening up the check book to purchase the Aspiro online music service for $56 million.
NCSA celebrates national Data Privacy Day by releasing privacy survey
Today is National Data Privacy Day, and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) has some data for you
BBB outlines the top 10 scams of 2014, and how to avoid them
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) discloses the top 10 scams of 2014
Snowden: Canadian spy agency tracks millions of downloads per day
The NSA and GCHQ received most of the heat from Edward Snowden documents, but let's not forget about the Canadian spy agency!
Survey: 68% of Americans find themselves distracted by the Internet
Want to be distracted? Employees using the Internet at work find themselves on social media, checking personal email, or just browsing the Web.
The Wall Street Journal warned us in 1990 about sale of personal data
The Wall Street Journal published an article in 1990 warning us about sale of personal data. It's interesting and awakening to reflect on past information.
As online sales ramp up, check out this great postage box redesign
ChenChen Hu has designed a new shipping box that wil functionion without a single inch of tape being used.
In case you missed it, 'The Interview' now available on Netflix
Rejoice! "The Interview" is now available on Netflix!
Report: Active seniors enjoying the Internet, especially using PCs
Baby Boomers enjoy Internet connectivity, especially using PCs, but with rising interest in smartphones and tablets.
NBC will offer free live stream of the Super Bowl with no subscription
NBC will stream the Super Bowl, and viewers won't be required to have a cable or satellite subscription.
Blizzard taking look at 'major lag' Diablo 3 gamers are reporting
Don't worry Diablo 3 gamers, Blizzard is taking a look at reported lag problems.
"American Sniper" had great box office opening, despite piracy
A high-quality screener version of "American Sniper" was available days before the film's release, but it was still a box office hit.
Myanmar seizing copies of 'The Interview' at North Korea's request
Following a request by North Korea, Myanmar police are seizing copies of 'The Interview'
Call of Duty coming into China - Public beta released
Call of Duty has hit the Chinese market in the form of a free-to-play game.
50 Cent will embrace streaming music subscriptions as industry changes
50 Cent is willing to roll with the punches, and that includes music listeners transitioning to online streaming services, as paid downloads drop.
LAN parties live on - How the internet hasn't killed them off, yet
LAN parties are still going strong. Chris sat down with a few LAN admins, organizers and CEOs to chat about the issues they face in today's climate.
Azubu TV to kick off charity tournament tomorrow
Azubu TV are kicking off a League of Legends Charity tournament tomorrow.
Strategy Analytics: Streaming music hurting music industry revenue
Streaming music is increasing in popularity with listeners, but the music industry is struggling to cash in.
Terrorist group leader reportedly using LinkedIn to network
An Islamic extremist group commander reportedly was found using LinkedIn to try to create new network connections, interact with others.
'The Interview' could spark online movie release effort in Hollywood
Sony Pictures didn't want to release "The Interview," but bowed under pressure - and could have helped usher in change in the movie industry.
Google still facing struggles trying to adapt to mobile ad market
Google still controls majority share of the mobile ad revenue market, but still has questions to answer moving forward.
Cybersecurity experts offer tips to keep children safer online
Many younger children are on the Internet, using PCs, laptops, smartphones, and other devices to access the Web - here are a few safety tips
'The Interview' release expanding to more theaters, via cable service
Anyone interested in watching "The Interview" now has a wider choice of options.
Cyberespionage efforts will only accelerate in 2015 and beyond
The growing threat of cyberespionage and state-sponsored cyberattacks will only continue in 2015, cyber experts note.
'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Frozen' top most pirated movie list of 2014
When it comes to movie piracy in 2014, it looks like 'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Frozen' top the list for 2014.
'Game of Thrones' most pirated TV show of 2014, according to reports
The "Game of Thrones" was the most pirated TV show of 2014, ahead of 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Walking Dead'
Lizard Squad stop DDoS of PSN and Xbox Live thanks to Kim Dotcom
Kim Dotcom comes to the rescue of PSN and XBOX Live, offering their DDoS'ers a hefty bribe to wean off the attack.
Iran plans to expand its 'smart filtering' for Internet users
Iran will expand its 'smart' Internet filtering after a 'successful' pilot phase.
US Postal Service interested in embracing e-commerce to revolutionize
The US Postal Service is thinking about heavily investing in e-commerce, hoping to slow the financial bleeding.
Madonna is paranoid about piracy, songs still leaked online
Madonna doesn't want her music leaked online early - but that doesn't mean it didn't happen anyway.
Facebook again dropping in popularity among teenagers, study indicates
Facebook is by far the No. 1 social networking website, but is losing steam among teenagers.
UN General Assembly passes digital privacy protection resolution
UN General Assembly passes digital privacy resolution.
Privacy experts unsure what to make of future privacy for Web users
Privacy experts don't seem to have a happy outlook for the future of Internet privacy for users across the world.
Engineers mess up causing Microsoft Azure downtime
Microsoft engineers make a roll-out mistake, costing Azure some downtime.
HBO GO Now Available on Amazon Fire TV
Berg Insight: Connected wearables shipments to reach 168M in 2019
Connected wearables shipments will reach 168 million by 2019, according to Berg Insight.
DataHero Launches Google Analytics Integration
Snowden's surveillance disclosures helping change user behaviors
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's disclosures of organized snooping helping change Internet user behavior.
Survey: Half of American adults admit to binge-watching TV content
Do you binge watch TV? Half of American adults do.