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Internet Porn: David Cameron Plans Crackdown

Internet Porn: David Cameron Plans Crackdown

  • Posted: Jun 22, 2013
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Internet Porn: David Cameron Plans Crackdown Every internet user will have to opt in to access internet porn and violent scenes showing simulated rape will become a crime.

Every internet user will be forced to opt in if they want to access internet pornography in a new crackdown spearheaded by David Cameron.

Possessing violent pornography showing simulated rape scenes will also be made a crime in England and Wales under the Prime Minister’s plans. read more

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LG Launch The World’s First 55-Inch Curved OLED HDTV

LG Launch The World’s First 55-Inch Curved OLED HDTV

  • Posted: Apr 28, 2013
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LG Launch The World’s First 55-Inch Curved OLED HDTV. We heard that the curved OLED HDTV prototypes LG showed at CES would be coming soon, and now it’s official.

A Korean press release indicates we can expect the 55EA9800 to launch in the next month, with shipments starting in June. According to the specs, its 4.3mm depth results in a weight of just 17kg, probably thanks to a carbon-fiber reinforced frame.

Like an IMAX theater screen, the edges are curved towards the viewer to provide a more immersive feeling. Given the fact that we’re still waiting for LG’s flat OLED TVs to see a wider release we doubt it will arrive on US shelves any time soon, but until then you can check out our in-person pics from CES below, and a video after the break. read more

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Too Much Space Debris In The Atmosphere

Too Much Space Debris In The Atmosphere

  • Posted: Apr 22, 2013
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Too Much Space Debris In The Atmosphere Today, scientists have announced that there is too much debris in space, and we have two find a safe way to destroy the debris and bring it back to Earth safely

Debris  has been accumulating over 60 years of rocket launches threatens satellites and astronauts as it orbits the Earth, prompting the European Space Agency to look at ways of cleaning up the night sky.

British engineers at the satellite company Astrium have developed a harpoon that could be launched from a chase satellite to catch junk, reel it in and then send it plummeting through the atmosphere where it would safely burn up. read more

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Facebook ‘Likes’ Reveal More Than Users Think

Facebook ‘Likes’ Reveal More Than Users Think

  • Posted: Mar 12, 2013
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Facebook ‘Likes’ Reveal More Than Users Think. Cambridge University researchers say they have found a way of getting extra information about Facebook users from their “Likes”.

Facebook users’ online behaviour reveals intimate details about personality which could let strangers predict their sexuality, political views and religion, researchers have claimed.

Experts stated by pressing button Like, it is possible to predict accurately what a person is like in real life. read more

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Sky To Buy O2 Home Phone And Broadband

Sky To Buy O2 Home Phone And Broadband

  • Posted: Mar 01, 2013
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Sky To Buy O2 Home Phone And Broadband. As new figures show 33 million Britons log onto the internet daily, Sky agrees to buy Telefonica’s O2 home telephony services.

Sky is to become the UK’s second-largest broadband provider after agreeing a deal to buy rival O2’s half a million customer accounts.

The satellite broadcaster, which is the parent company of Sky News, will pay O2 owner Telefonica £180m for the O2 and BE consumer broadband and home phone businesses. read more

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PS4 Buzz Turns To Disappointment

PS4 Buzz Turns To Disappointment

  • Posted: Feb 21, 2013
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PS4 Buzz Turns To Disappointment. Sony launched a PlayStation 4 without showing anyone what it looks like.

Given the company lost £3.2bn in the last financial year, you’d have thought the successor to the 75m-selling PS3 would have been front and centre.

It is, far more important to consider what the PS4 can do, rather than what it looks like sat next to your telly. read more

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Family Of Dutch Inventor Sue Facebook Over the Like Button

Family Of Dutch Inventor Sue Facebook Over the Like Button

  • Posted: Feb 19, 2013
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Family Of Dutch Inventor Sue Facebook Over the Like Button. As everybody knows Mark  Zuckerberg has invented Facebook.

Now, it has come to light that the “like” button was created by a Dutch inventor who died in 2004.

Facebook is being sued over claims its ‘like’ button infringes technology patented by a Dutch computer programmer 15 years ago. read more

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Facebook Targeted In Zero-Day Hack Attack

Facebook Targeted In Zero-Day Hack Attack

  • Posted: Feb 16, 2013
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Facebook Targeted In Zero-Day Hack Attack. Hackers managed to break the website’s code but the company insists its user data was not compromised.

The site’s security was breached after a handful of Facebook employees unknowingly visited a website that had been compromised with malicious code.

When a suspicious file was discovered on the company’s computers, a forensic investigation was launched and the origin of the file was traced to an employee’s laptop. read more

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Robotcar Latest Driver-Less Vehicle Unveiled

Robotcar Latest Driver-Less Vehicle Unveiled

  • Posted: Feb 14, 2013
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Robotcar Latest Driver-Less Vehicle Unveiled. Technology has advanced in such a way that car manufacturers are now able to invent for the first time a robot car.

In other words, this car is able to drive it self go on local roots example the school run. It is worn that this will alarm in car insurance companies.

Prototype allows drivers to get around with their hands off the wheel. read more

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Facebook Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point

Facebook Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point

  • Posted: Jan 19, 2013
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Facebook Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point. According to a web traffic measurement firm, Facebook drops its audience in December with 600,000 suggesting it has reached saturation point.

It remained by far the biggest social networking service, with more than 33 million British visitors, or 53 per cent of the market. The way the figures are calculated means members who access their account from more than one device are counted separately on each computer, smartphone or tablet, however.

United States its been consider Facebook’s most developed market with 168 milion users folllowed  by Britain. read more

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