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gTLD .sucks
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There is a global authority that makes a decision which address is allowed and which is not. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) is concerned about the name “.sucks”. Vox Populi secured the rights to sell the name and the The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and

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Game of Thrones Spoiler Alert
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In the 1990s, there was supernatural thriller, Sixth Sense. The movie was simply brilliant, the plot and the climax the amazing. But all was ruined as I had already heard the end of the movie when a couple was discussing the movie in the grocery store. Spoilers ruin movies, TV

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US ISPs Scramble as Google Fiber Enters the Market
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Google Fiber sets the momentum in getting ISPs moving to take their services to the next level. Seen as a threat to their business, the tech giant makes internet providers scramble in order to deliver better subscriber experience. Google is set to bring Fiber to key cities, including in Charlotte,

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Healthcare Tech: Today’s Innovations, Tomorrow’s Gains
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The healthcare industry isn’t spared from the changes happening in the world of technology right now; in fact, significant changes have been made in providing better, quality healthcare to patients. One way is using cloud-based electronic records (EHR) due to the growing patient demand on rapid access to health information. 

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Facial Recognition Helps US Track China’s Next ‘Island’ Moves
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Facial recognition is today’s hot topic as to whether it could help US spies spot China’s new island or not.  Recently, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency utilizes technology of facial recognition in monitoring and tracking the ‘Giant’s next strategy for militarizing a region, the Mischief Reef. According to Robert Cardillo, the

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China Hacker: Cyber Attack
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China is being accused of launching cyber-attacks on companies, government agencies, companies and journalists from all around the world. Recently, Intel was restricted by the United States government to not send its Xeon chips which were used in China’s Supercomputer. FireEye’s APAC CTO Bryce Boland says that they have yet

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LinkedIn Elevate Analytics
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LinkedIn is a large social media platform for professionals with more than 350 million users. It’s a regular hangout for business professionals, news and jobs. LinkedIn is now tapping into a new segment called social media management. The company is introducing a new mobile app that would suggest articles to

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Teachers Race with Students’ Technology
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In Indiana, teachers are finding new methods to helping students learn better with computers. Recently, some schools started providing computers to each student to use, such as tablets and notebooks, aside from textbooks. Over the weekend, teachers became students themselves by spending time scouring computer screens, keyboarding and surfing, all

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China's Tianhe-2 Supercomputer
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The US government has restricted Intel to help China building the world’s biggest supercomputer. The Tianhe-2 computer needs new chips which were supposed to be built Intel. Intel has applied for a license to build and export thousands of these chips to China but was restricted by the US as

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AWS Machine Learning Platform
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The senior vice president of Amazon Web Services, Andy Jassy announced the new machine learning platform at the AWS Summit in San Francisco. The new machine learning platform is designed to give developers, without a machine learning background, the tools to build data-driven smart apps that can monitor what is

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