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Anonymous Launches #OpIsrael, Takes Down Hundreds Of Israeli Websites

Anonymous Launches #OpIsrael, Takes Down Hundreds Of Israeli Websites

When IDF launched its recent offensive in Gaza, Anonymous was quick to denounce the attack and vowed that it would attack the websites of the Israeli government. The group then launched #OpIsrael and has since taken down hundreds of Israeli government’s sites and wiped many databases.

By On November 17, 2012 Respond
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Pinterest Boards Of Some Users Mysteriously Disappear

Pinterest Boards Of Some Users Mysteriously Disappear

Pinterest has been doing undergoing a lot of changes, of late. The website rolled out many new tools and features for the users on Wednesday. However, coinciding with these new changes, a number of users have found their Pinterest boards vanished.

By On November 15, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Reportedly Starts Testing Its Own Smartphone

Microsoft Reportedly Starts Testing Its Own Smartphone

Wall Street Journal has reported citing unnamed officials in Microsoft’s supply chain that the company is currently testing its smartphone design.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 Comes With Tons Of New Features And Apps

Windows Phone 8 Comes With Tons Of New Features And Apps

The much anticipated iteration of Microsoft’s mobile OS is finally here. On Monday, Microsoft unveiled Windows Phone 8 in an event held at San Francisco. The new OS comes with a whole lot of new features as well as apps which have been optimized for use on Windows Phone 8 devices.

By On October 30, 2012 Respond
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UK’s First 4G LTE Network By EE Launches In 11 Cities

UK’s First 4G LTE Network By EE Launches In 11 Cities

Britons will finally get to experience the speed of 4G LTE networks in their homeland. UK’s largest cell phone operator Everything Everywhere (EE) has launched the country’s first 4G LTE network today.

By On October 30, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Launches WP8 App, Allows Syncing Between Windows 8 PC And WP8 Smartphone

Microsoft Launches WP8 App, Allows Syncing Between Windows 8 PC And WP8 Smartphone

After the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 8 on Monday Morning. And just before the event, the company has launched a Windows Phone 8 app that lets you neatly sync your Windows 8 PC with your Windows Phone 8 smartphone.

By On October 30, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Executive Blames Cyber Crime For Company’s Late Smartphone Debut

Microsoft Executive Blames Cyber Crime For Company’s Late Smartphone Debut

In a recent interview, a Microsoft executive blamed the software giants delayed entry in the smartphone market on cyber crime, saying that had cyber crime not spiked a few years ago, Microsoft may have led with the smartphone banner.

By On October 27, 2012 1 Response
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TheTechJournal Redefined : Version 3.0 Released

TheTechJournal Redefined : Version 3.0 Released

I will take the pleasure to announce version 3.0 of TheTechJournal. After years of brainstorming session and months of extensive programming we have released version 3.0 of this site today. This update features complete redefined look, with exclusive brand new feature like Products, Products Comparison, Product Buy Feature and also improves and updates features like Topic Following, Bookmark Feature, ReadList Option, Personalized Profile and easy Social Login via Facebook and Twitter. Here I will explain those features in details and how those could help anyone from being Up-to-date about recent tech scene to taking best gadgets buying decision.

By On October 25, 2012 3 Responses
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Global Smartphone User Base Reaches 1 Billion

Global Smartphone User Base Reaches 1 Billion

Smartphones have been a catching fever these last few years. With the whole host of features and high-end hardware that many of them pack, they are far more powerful than computers once were. According to the figures released by the research firm, Strategy Analytics, the total number of smartphones used worldwide has exceeded a whopping 1 billion during the third quarter this year!

By On October 18, 2012 Respond
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The Pirate Bay Moves To The Cloud To Thwart Anti-Piracy Attempts

The Pirate Bay Moves To The Cloud To Thwart Anti-Piracy Attempts

Authorities around the world have been ramping up to clamp down on online pirates. To that end, U.S. government as well as authorities in EU has been trying to shut down sites involved in online piracy. The Pirate Bay seems to be their prime target. However, TPB has thwarted all such attempts so far and has become all the more elusive now that it has been moved to the cloud.

By On October 18, 2012 Respond
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File-Sharers Buy 30% More Music Compared To Others

File-Sharers Buy 30% More Music Compared To Others

The content industry has been actively hunting down file-sharing websites, with the most notable example being that of MegaUpload. It has been argued in the past that file-sharing promotes the overall music sales. And now a comprehensive study about the file-sharing trends in the U.S. and Germany establishes that file-sharers buy up to 30% more music compared to those who don’t indulge in P2P sharing.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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ITU Holds Patent Roundtable To Resolve Patent Issues

ITU Holds Patent Roundtable To Resolve Patent Issues

In today’s tech world, patent wars have become somewhat of a norm. We have seen a blizzard of patent cases spring up in the last few years as the smartphone market has expanded. Apple is suing Samsung, Samsung is suing back, Microsoft is going after Motorola, Apple is going after Sony and so on and so forth. The list is endless. Now, the International Telecommunications Union is holding a roundtable to bring all parties together to find a way to settle these issues amicably.

By On October 13, 2012 Respond
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Google Proposes Branding Its Own Services In Search To Placate European Regulators

Google Proposes Branding Its Own Services In Search To Placate European Regulators

European regulators have been after Google for quite some time. The company is accused of pushing out the competition from the market by unjustly promoting its products and services using its dominant search engine. Google is trying to counter these allegations by making a new offer to the regulators – it will clearly brand its services when they appear in search results.

By On October 11, 2012 Respond
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Court Says, Hijacking Employees LinkedIn Account Is Not Violation Of Law

Court Says, Hijacking Employees LinkedIn Account Is Not Violation Of Law

If you have a LinkedIn account, then from now you should be very careful. Don’t share your LinkedIn password with any co-worker or colleague. Why? If they hijack your LinkedIn account, you won’t be covered, at least not by law. A verdict on a case where an employer hijacked the LinkedIn account of an employee after firing her leave citizens ‘uncovered’ by the law.

By On October 11, 2012 Respond
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Pandors Says It Pays Artists Up To $3 Million Annually

Pandors Says It Pays Artists Up To $3 Million Annually

Internet radio is one of those budding industries which is still not very populated and contains only a few contenders. Probably the most well-known among them is Pandora, which has a huge user base and brings content from thousands of artists straight to the listeners. Now, the company has revealed what amounts it usually pays to the artists whose content is played on its online radio.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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