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Report: FTC Looking to Bring Antitrust Case Against Google

Report: FTC Looking to Bring Antitrust Case Against Google

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

The FTC may push progressive with an antitrust case against Google based adhering complaints that it tampers with look results to lower competitor rankings. Reuters reports that four members of the Federal Trade Commission are convinced that Google, the current #1 sift engine company, used its market dominance to advisedly hurt competitors. The four FTC [...]

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Damaged connections in Phineas Gage’s brain: Famous 1848 case of man who survived accident has modern parallel

Damaged connections in Phineas Gage’s brain: Famous 1848 case of man who survived accident has modern parallel

In 1848, Phineas Gage survived an accident that drove an iron rod through his head. Researchers, for the first time, used images of Gage’s skull combined with modern-day brain images to suggest there was extensive damage to the white matter “pathwa…

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TAT7 iPhone Case (video)

TAT7 iPhone Case (video)

| April 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

The iPhone, and smartphones resemblant, have all but negated the distress to carry around a simple aim and shoot camera.  However, head to the Great Barrier Reef beneficial to a scuba exploration and you’ll inadequacy one of those waterproof cameras to taking captive the coral, fish and whatever other creatures place beneath the ocean’s surface. [...]

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Padcaster iPad Case Lets You Shoot With dSLR Lenses

Padcaster iPad Case Lets You Shoot With dSLR Lenses

| April 18, 2012

By David Ponce Let’s face it, the camera on the iPad (or any tablet for that matter) is utilitarian at best. It’s not meant to shoot anything that’s supposed to look, you know, good. We’re not saying the shots look bad, but the optics on that thing just don’t have cinema-quality depth of field and [...]

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AT&T Loses Throttling Case, Pays $935 to Customer

AT&T Loses Throttling Case, Pays $935 to Customer

AT&T decided to pay up after a California small claims court judge ruled it was unfair to throttle a cellphone data plan advertised as unlimited.

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Spiders Look Scarier to People Scared of Spiders; A Case for Early Mammograms

Spiders Look Scarier to People Scared of Spiders; A Case for Early Mammograms

| February 23, 2012

Discovered: Science’s cruel joke on arachnophobes, a case for early mammograms, man will not go extinct, surgeons make bad health decisions. Science’s cruel joke on arachnophobes. The more afraid of spiders a person is, the bigger a spider appears…

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Case study: An SME migrates to Microsoft Office 365

Case study: An SME migrates to Microsoft Office 365

| February 20, 2012

Events and hospitality firm iLuka has moved its IT into the cloud to improve security and saved thousands of pounds in Microsoft licensing in the process.

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Video Service Streams Live Reports From Syria

Video Service Streams Live Reports From Syria

| February 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

We’ve seen in what condition new technology has helped reporters induce stories out of the Middle East judgment – Alex Crawford was able to set up a mobile satellite unit through a laptop and the power from a car’s cigarette lighter. Now the like thing is happening in Syria, yet in this case it’s various [...]

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The Case For and Against the Wikipedia Blackout

The Case For and Against the Wikipedia Blackout

Other big Internet players haven’t rallied behind Jimmy Wales, after the Wikipedia founder confirmed that the site would go dark this Wednesday to protest SOPA. Wikipedia has joined Reddit for a 24 hour blackout tomorrow. But other anti-Sopa sites a…

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How much is Yahoo worth? The case for buying

How much is Yahoo worth? The case for buying

It’s losing business to Google and Facebook. Its stock has gone nowhere since 2008. It just announced its fourth CEO in five years. It’s enough to make investors replace the exclamation point in the logo with a question mark.

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