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Google in China - Morality or Reality?

Google in China - Morality or Reality?

Google, which entered China in early 2006, said that it recently uncovered a "highly sophisticated and targeted" hack into the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists. The investigation uncovered a larger pattern in which Google reports that the accounts of dozens of activists have been "routinely" accessed by third parties, either through malware or phishing scams.

What Does PC World Think Of The Powerstick?

Ted Gibson of PC World says 'Here's something very handy that arrived in the PC World bunker just in time for the holidays. The Powerstick is a portable charging device that houses its own lithium ion battery and can be recharged via any USB port.

Will Robots Replace Humans And Domestic Animals For Company?

I have just read David Silversmith's take on the recent introduction to the world of TrueCompanion - the world's first sex robot doll.

5 Ways Retailers Should Be Using Social Media

5 Ways Retailers Should Be Using Social Media

Retailers are in a unique position to use Social Media in creative ways. Many retail staff actively use Facebook and Twitter for personal use so asking them to post for work to is probably easily answered.

Wrapprz

Wrapprz

Sometimes, we come across a quality product/invention that we just simply cannot ignore. I chanced upon a store which cured my need to protect my iphone. Wrapprz is a skin/protector for various devices. Please read on about this great technology.

Facebook Battles Virtual Identity Suicide Attempts

Facebook Battles Virtual Identity Suicide Attempts

If you are tired of living in the social media world with too many followers and friends - who really aren't friends - then several new services can help you end it all!  But Facebook is "coming to the rescue" to stop these services from assisting you in your virtual identity suicide.

Games - Should You Ever Pay First?

Games - Should You Ever Pay First?

Should you pay for any games before trying?  Less than three months after launching its popular iPhone game Tap Tap Revenge 3 as a 99-cent app on iTunes, developer Tapulous made the game free and the game was downloaded 300,000 times in 24 hours. 

Better Parenting with an iPhone

Better Parenting with an iPhone

It’s hard to believe that a little device like the iPhone can help parents become more organized, time-efficient, knowledgeable, even relaxed. However, that’s the beauty of an iPhone - tons of free applications to help you get through life.

Microsoft's Whitelist Helps Hackers

Microsoft's Whitelist Helps Hackers

Microsoft was trying to help consumers save time while fighting off spam, viruses and hackers.  However, it looks like their tips are also helping hackers - far from what Microsoft hoped to be doing.

Australia Struggles to be a Democratic Censor

Australia Struggles to be a Democratic Censor

The Internet is filled with fabulous resources but unfortunately not every part of the Internet is pure.   While countries around the world are questioning how to contain this - Australia is the first democracy to be tackling this challenge head on.