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Ninefold Launches "Developer Tier" Servers f rom $7 to Encourage More Startups To Get Ideas to Market
Second biggest Aussie ISP iiNet to be bought by TPG, $1.4 billion
The second biggest Australian ISP iiNet is set to be purchased by TPG for $1.4 billion AU.
HERE maps reaches iOS and offers offline map navigation
HERE maps has just hit iOS - now on all mobile platforms, you can enjoy an offline maps service for free.
Presto has launched on Android and iOS
Presto mobile subscription streaming service has launched for iOS and Android in Australia.
Twitter now using Bing to translate content
Twitter is now using Bing to translate tweets - A ltitle hard to get to and not available unless you log in, it's better than copy pasting to Google.
YouTube pressuring artists to sign with YouTube Music Key service
YouTube is forcibly pushing artists into their new service - Music Key.
EU courts banish last-minute flight booking fees
The EU moves to block hidden fees and charges for all airlines - stating that all fees must be explained on the first page of the booking process.
NZXT Unveils DOKO PC Streaming Service
Twitter is launching a video service soon
Twitter are finally including an in-built video service - rumors point to a 20 second limit upon release.
Netflix is waging war against VPN users
Netflix has nuked VPN providers - forcing Google DNS and blocking many VPN services from working in conjunction with their streaming platform.
Uber facing class action lawsuit over 'Safe Rides Fee'
Uber are going crazy on the fee front and some users are fed up.
Announcing a New Enterprise: Sony Global Education
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.
Engineers mess up causing Microsoft Azure downtime
Microsoft engineers make a roll-out mistake, costing Azure some downtime.
Cox being sued by music labels for failing to handle piracy
Cox Communications in hot water after piracy claim by BMG and Round Hill Music.
iFixit teardown the Galaxy Note 10.1, find its actually quite repairable
iFixit rip apart Samsung's pen-toting Galaxy Note 10.1, find that the 10.1-inch tablet is quite serv.
Kim Dotcom promises that Megabox will launch this year
MegaUpload founder, Kim Dotcom, promises that his new music service program, Megabox, will launch la.
Facebook trying "Mail a Postcard" feature, mail postcards with your pictures on it to friends
Facebook is trying a feature that will allow users to mail real postcards with pictures on them.
Google Translate is used by more than 200 million people per month
Google Translate has an astounding 200 million users each month.
Verizon 4G LTE network will spread its networking tentacles to more than 2/3 of Americans, starts on April 19
Verizon to flick the switch to 'on' for their 4G LTE service, will cover 2/3 of Americans starting o.
Microsoft building $112 million data center in Wyoming, as the state looks to boost such projects
Microsoft is building a new $100+ million data center in the state of Wyoming,
SEGA to Offer Top Games on Origin
Google working on supreme one-day shipping rival to Amazon Prime
Google looking to attack Amazon with supreme one-day shipping service.
RIM apologizes for outage, says "Right now we're letting you down"
RIM: "RIght now we're letting you down"