Best Torrent Sites Pirate Bay

4 Pirate Bay alternatives every torrent fan should know about

By on December 12, 2014 at 2:40 PM.

4 Pirate Bay alternatives every torrent fan should know about

With The Pirate Bay still down for the count, sad pirates can take solace in the fact that there are actually plenty of other great torrent sites out there. Below we’ve listed four popular alternatives that TorrentFreak earlier this year listed as the most used in the world after The Pirate Bay. More →

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The Pirate Bay Downloads Still Down

The Pirate Bay is still down for the count

By on December 10, 2014 at 5:30 PM.

The Pirate Bay is still down for the count

After being taken offline on Tuesday following a raid from Swedish police, popular torrent The Pirate Bay site has not been quickly restored at a different address, Torrent Freak reports, in spite of what certain news outlets and Reddit threads claim. More →

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YouTube's 2014 Top 10 Most Viral Videos

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus ‘Bendgate’ scandal is so viral it made YouTube’s 10 most popular 2014 videos

By on December 10, 2014 at 1:15 PM.

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus ‘Bendgate’ scandal is so viral it made YouTube’s 10 most popular 2014 videos

Google on Tuesday published its YouTube Rewind 2014 report, revealing the top 10 most viral videos for 2014 along with the top 10 most popular music videos “based on views shares, comments, likes and more.” Interestingly, the fifth most popular viral video on YouTube this year was Unbox Therapy’s iPhone 6 Plus Bend Test video — one of the first, and likely most popular, clips that demoed Apple’s iPhone 6 ‘Bendgate‘ problem. More →

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The Pirate Bay Is Down

The Pirate Bay is down worldwide after a massive reported police raid

By on December 9, 2014 at 3:00 PM.

The Pirate Bay is down worldwide after a massive reported police raid

There are a lot of very sad torrent fans today. TorrentFreak is reporting that infamous piracy site The Pirate Bay is down just about everywhere in the world, which is certainly a blow to everyone who’s been eagerly trying to get their illegal copies of all those Sony Pictures movies that were leaked onto the web recently. More →

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Google Search Tips And Tricks

Here are some essential Google search tricks you may never have heard of

By on December 9, 2014 at 10:50 AM.

Here are some essential Google search tricks you may never have heard of

We can never get enough Google search tricks, which is why we’re glad to see that Time asked some Googlers to offer some tips for Google search that they think too few people have heard of. Some of them are very well known, of course, such as searching for whole phrases by using quotation marks and searching for content on individual websites, but others definitely caught our eyes as features we never knew about before. More →

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Cable Companies Vs. Net Neutrality

Cable companies try to scare you about net neutrality in the least convincing way possible

By on December 8, 2014 at 11:35 AM.

Cable companies try to scare you about net neutrality in the least convincing way possible

With a renewed push to reclassify ISPs as common carriers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, the cable industry has ramped up its public relations blitz to convince you that Title II reclassification is the single scariest proposal in the history of the world. Ars Technica’s Jon Brodkin points us to a new ad funded by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association that is just about the least convincing argument against Title II reclassification that we can imagine. More →

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Yahoo Top 10 Searches of 2014

iPhone 6 sneaks into Yahoo’s top 10 searches of 2014

By on December 4, 2014 at 10:15 PM.

iPhone 6 sneaks into Yahoo’s top 10 searches of 2014

As has become the trend, celebrities dominated the charts in Yahoo’s yearly ranking of top searches for 2014. Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus are unsurprising additions to the list, but climbing its way into ninth position is one device that people around the country are still lining up for months after launch: the iPhone 6. More →

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Gangnam Style Viral Video

How viral video ‘Gangnam Style’ broke YouTube

By on December 3, 2014 at 6:05 PM.

How viral video ‘Gangnam Style’ broke YouTube

Psy’s Gangnam Style music video is the most viewed YouTube video ever, breaking various records along the way. But the viral video also caused some problems for Google, as the company never expected it, or any other video, to become so massively popular with viewers. More →

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Google Captcha Puzzle Replacement

Google’s brilliant solution to one of the Internet’s most annoying problems

By on December 3, 2014 at 4:40 PM.

Google’s brilliant solution to one of the Internet’s most annoying problems

If there’s one thing more annoying than overly complex password requirements, it’s barely legible captcha puzzles that websites use to determine whether or not we’re really human beings or are just bots trying to set up spam accounts. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google has come up with a brilliant solution to this problem that not only minimizes the use of captcha puzzles but also involves one of the Internet’s favorite things: Pictures of cute animals. More →

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AT&T Vs. Municipal Fiber

AT&T wants to know why a town is building a 1Gbps network when it already offers 6Mbps DSL

By on December 3, 2014 at 2:10 PM.

AT&T wants to know why a town is building a 1Gbps network when it already offers 6Mbps DSL

Why is one bandwidth-hungry town building its own 1Gbps fiber network for its citizens when AT&T already offers them 6Mbps DSL? That’s the question AT&T would like to ask city leaders in Chanute, Kansas, a small town of roughly 9,000 people that is petitioning the state to allow it to offer greater access to the high-speed fiber network that it built to support town utility operations. More →

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Google Search Material Design

This is how unbelievably gorgeous Google.com would look with a Material Design makeover

This is how unbelievably gorgeous Google.com would look with a Material Design makeover

By on December 3, 2014 at 9:55 AM.

The look of Google’s new Material Design is regularly praised by users and tech bloggers alike. In fact, we can’t remember the last time a user interface has received such universal acclaim right off the bat. Android 5.0 Lollipop and the new graphic elements it ushers in are fantastic though, and Google has already confirmed that it plans to use Material Design across its mobile and desktop properties as it continues to unify its user experiences.

But, what might Google’s core end-user product, the search engine at Google.com, look like with Material Design? In a word, amazing. More →

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