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Amazon has officially acquired Twitch.TV for $970 million, after two months of rumors claiming Google would be spending $1 billion on the video game broadcaster. Google was in talks with Twitch.TV, but somewhere along the line Amazon offered around the same price. No word on why Twitch ...

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The National Security Agency is looking to develop an automatic malware killer, capable of spotting malware on the Internet and destroying it, before it spreads. This has been tried before, but given the unique position of the NSA, it could work on a system level. Details of ...

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Russia already has a lock-down on state media channels, but the blogging world is still open to criticise and leak issues with the current government. The Kremlin, under the authorisation of Vladimir Putin, will look to end this openness on the Internet. The new bloggers law, signed ...

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YouTube were looking to acquire Twitch.TV back in May, when rumors started floating about YouTube in early talks with the video streaming service, for a deal said to be worth $1 billion. This deal could be finalised by both parties and an announcement will be coming ...

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Fast and reliable Internet access is a fundamental 21st century human right. This used to be much more of a controversial statement but it is quickly becoming a commonly held opinion. Access to a quality Internet connection is essential for a variety of reasons. Required for Work The ...

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As we move away from the Web and into the world of mobile and apps, it has almost become irrelevant as to which browser is the best, but Mozilla is still making moves to ensure Firefox remains the best in the business, even if it lags ...

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When CEO Larry Page took control back from Eric Schmidt in 2011, the big focus was on restructuring the whole organisation, getting engineers to focus more on future projects and begin breaking down the barriers of employees and roles. For the most part, Google has achieved phenomenal ...

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The NSA has been known for attacking OpenSSL from the inside, removing the secure layer from Web services, allowing the spying and surveillance giant to gain information on everyday citizens conversations and store them in hidden servers. This makes it all the more believable that the NSA ...

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