Anonymous Pledge to Hunt down ISIS after the Paris Attack

The Paris attacks rattled the entire nation which lost 129 people and saw almost 415 being rushed to the hospital. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks which targeted seven different locations which had numerous people enjoying their Friday night.

Following ISIS’ claim over the attacks, hacker group ‘Anonymous’ posted a video on YouTube which said that the group aims at uniting humanity and will find the terrorist group and not let them go. The video showed a spokesperson wearing a Guy ...

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Steam Machines – Moving PC gaming to your Living Room

Valve has launched its first set of Steam Machines and by the end of the month we may see a few more being rolled out. The company has a total of fourteen different models that will be launched, and the first wave includes three machines that have been launched. Right now, three steam machines from Alienware, Zotac and Cyberpower are available and can cost you between $499 and $1,499. In addition to this, gaming enthusiasts can buy the Steam Link ...

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Nintendo Adds Flavour to Holiday Shopping

Combine your holiday shopping with some Nintendo fun this year as Nintendo comes to 16 malls across the United States. The best and latest video games will be displayed between November 23rd and December 20th when Nintendo visits the different malls. Shopping during the holiday season can see some more excitement as games like Yo-Kai Watch will be available for shoppers to play for a trial.

Nintendo plans to create an interactive playground for the shoppers who can get ...

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Music Stories – Facebook’s Latest Story

Music Stories is Facebook’s most recent endeavor for users who would like to preview and buy music through Facebook posts. The feature is available only on the iPhone application of Facebook for now and there is no information on whether Facebook intends to bring it to the Android platform or not. With the Android market growing day by day, it is only expected that we may see Facebook expand its horizons and reach out to the Android customers as well ...

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Airbnb Wins Proposition F but This May Just Be the Beginning

Airbnb’s success at the ballot for Proposition F in the city of San Francisco may be a victory celebrated too early. As landowners and housing activists keep trying to bring down websites like Airbnb, believing that this service which started turning apartments and houses into hotel rooms is responsible for displacing residents as homeowners.

What is Proposition F?

The proposition would have restricted private rentals in San Francisco to 75 nights a year and also imposed regulations to the effect that such ...

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CoWriter – Children Learn as They Teach a Robot

Imagine yourself in your classroom during those early years when a certain ideology or a particular logic explained by your teacher simply felt like a labyrinth of words where you lost yourself not knowing how to find the right exit. We’ve been through the time when one topic or another did not make enough sense and asking too many questions got too embarrassing.

Children often develop self-esteem issues early in life when they are unable to grasp something being taught in ...

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Stepping into the Holiday Season with Black Friday

As customers and retailers gear up for the holiday season, Black Friday which will be celebrated on November 27 this year will see customers flocking stores for some of the best shopping deals of the year. While Black Friday turns into an extended weekend with it being followed by Cyber Monday, retailers are yet to disclose their Black Friday advertisements and the deals that customers can look forward to.

As retailers compete every year to open the stores as early ...

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Step into the Future with Delivery Robots

Step into the Future with Delivery Robots

Skype’s co-founders Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis have established Starship Technologies, which will be a part of the robotics industry. The company aims at solving the “last mile problem” by creating delivery robots that will deliver products to the homes of customers.

Although the company is still in its early stages, it envisages changing the face of retail marketing through delivery robots. The company plans to run a pilot project by the year 2016 ...

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Unlimited OneDrive Storage goes Limited

Microsoft’s latest announcement for Office 365 home and university subscribers is that OneDrive is no longer unlimited. This drastic change has been justified by Microsoft as a way to avoid misuse of the storage space. The company stated that a few users were storing PC backups, extremely long hours of video recordings and entire movie collections, taking advantage of the unlimited space provided by OneDrive.

The following changes will affect the OneDrive users:

  • Office 365 users will now be getting 1TB of ...
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MPAA in Action – YiFy and Popcorn Time Goes Dark

The Motion Picture Association of America won court orders in Canada and New Zealand to shut down the BitTorrent piracy sites of YiFy/YTS and Popcorn Time. October 23, 2015 saw the last of Popcorn time when the site was shut down, citing internal issues as the reason for the shutdown. The same thing happened to the popular BitTorrent site, YTS/YiFy that closed down without any notifications. Both the sites are not going to come back as the operators are ...

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