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Megaupload Closed To Prevent Kim Dotcom Compete iTunes

Megaupload Closed To Prevent Kim Dotcom Compete iTunes

Megaupload closed to prevent Kim Dotcom compete iTunes. MegaUpload was clearly a site used for piracy and illegal downloading, it was nevertheless very popular on the web. And its closure has always touched many people and aroused some suspicion: what are the real reasons that led the FBI close MegaUpload? In recent days, the rumor […]

January 28th, 2012 | Posted in Internet & Website, News | Read More »

RIM: Rumors Do Not Take Seriously

RIM: Rumors Do Not Take Seriously

RIM: Rumors do not take seriously. Do not take seriously the rumors that Research in Motion (RIM) is purchased. The probability this occurs soon are very thin. The Internet is an extraordinary tool when the time comes to start and spread a rumor. RIM is the most recent example. A specialized blog thus published the […]

January 24th, 2012 | Posted in Economic & Business, News | Read More »

SOPA – PIPA: The US Congress Pushes The Vote

SOPA – PIPA: The US Congress Pushes The Vote

SOPA – PIPA: The US Congress Pushes The Vote. At the end of a turbulent week, the votes provided for in the US Senate to draft legislation to strengthen the means granted to the fight against the illegal downloading were repelled. SOPA and PIPA are not abandoned, but pushed back, the time that a broader […]

January 23rd, 2012 | Posted in Internet & Website, News | Read More »

iBooks 2, iTunes U, iBooks Author: The iPad in Classrooms

iBooks 2, iTunes U, iBooks Author: The iPad in Classrooms

iBooks 2, iTunes U, iBooks Author: The iPad in Classrooms. A press conference in New York, presented by Phil Schiller: this keynote was not quite ordinary for Apple. Dedicated to education, privileged area of Apple, he has been on the theater of the presentation of iBooks 2, iBooks Author and iTunes U transformed into an […]

January 20th, 2012 | Posted in Computer & Gadget, Life Style | Read More »

Wikipedia Blackout Against SOPA – PIPA

Wikipedia Blackout Against SOPA – PIPA

The English version of Wikipedia should be inaccessible blackout on Wednesday in protest against a US anti-piracy Bill SOPA – PIPA, which would impede the freedom of expression according to Jimmy Wales, one of the co-founders of Wikipedia. He warned as early as Monday on Twitter: “Student warning! Do your homework early.” Wikipedia protesting bad […]

January 18th, 2012 | Posted in Internet & Website, News | Read More »