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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); HTTPS has been around for a while now, and many websites today utilize it a lot.  Now finally jumping on the band wagon is Reddit. The website that describes itself as the front page of the internet has just announced,  that by the end of the month, they will no longer be using the HTTP standard...

Posted on Jun 22 2015 - 8:30pm by TekGuru

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); As with all new technology out there, they are bound to get better and cheaper over time. Pretty soon HDDs will be obsolete and no longer needed. According to predictions at InformationWeek, SSD pricing could become 1:1 with mechanical hard drives in late 2016. So if you will, imagine getting a 4TB SSD...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you thought you had heard it all, well get ready for it because your about to experience a whole new level of WTF. A lot of Internet users delete their browser history and clear their cache and cookies, that is just harmless clearing your browsing history, pretty harmless. Most people do it often,...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); So recently Verizon wireless purchased AOL which owns some fairly well known websites like TechCrunch, Huffington Post, and Engadget. These are all fairly well know media companies that have a lot of influence in the media world.  But back in 2014, the cable company launched SugarString, an in-house tech blog. But as the Daily Dot’s Patrick O’Neill wrote at the time, there was just one problem — it reportedly banned its reporters from covering certain topics...

A federal appeals court on Thursday declared that the NSA’s program that swept up logs of phone calls from Americans is no longer legal, making this one of the most significant setbacks for any long run surveillance operation. However, in my personal opinion this is one of the best rulings the court could have ever made, simply because this limits the amount of government snooping on your personal life and we all want less of that.  The U.S.  2nd circuit court of Appeals in New York said “this program exceeds the scope of...

Posted on May 6 2015 - 7:27pm by TekGuru

Hold the phone, one of the most popular websites on the internet is about to create its own content.  The videos will include a mix of short-form, fast turnaround pieces and longer, episodic ones, according to a Reddit spokeswoman. The team will be headed up by Stephen Greenwood and Jordan Oplinger, of news site The Verge. According to the company’s founder...

Posted on May 5 2015 - 2:11am by TekGuru

There’s another open adversary #1 for US record marks in terms of online theft: a site called “MP3skull.” The MP3skull website, which was sued for copyright encroachment by the real US record marks on Friday, is a nitty gritty posting of hit tunes accessible for download inside a couple of snaps. The site has no substance, rather connecting to MP3...

While diversion firms and authorities believe they’re necessary to stem the tide of on-line infringement, several current anti-piracy ways are putting web users in danger. Domain suspensions, seizures, and program down-rankings are all taking part in a region in making a less-safe on-line setting. danger-p2pWhile it’s not entirely clear once the idea initial appeared, the notion that cutting the pinnacle off one file-sharing website ends up in the creation of many others has been in circulation for several years. The analogy,...