After Power Problems, Pirate Bay Back Online

The Pirate Bay has returned today to the air after two days of downtime. It is common that the site of the bay of pirates leave the air at one time or another, either by constant DDoS attacks suffering or for other reasons related to pirated content. This time the problem was more in the area failed hardware: a power failure left the unavailable servers. Continue reading After Power Problems, Pirate Bay Back Online

They Want to Know Where You are: Apple, Google and Nokia

The web giant Amazon announced this week a new API for developers to add geographic location applications for the Kindle HD devices and Kindle Fire HD, the latest onslaught of Amazon in dispute with Apple, creator of the iPad, and some manufacturers in cahoots with the ecosystem Android. Now, according to the website The Next Web, we have confirmation that Amazon will use technology Nokia for maps and geolocation. What does that mean? Who started the race by its geographical location.

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Buscapé Loses Lawsuit Against Google in Brazil

In late 2011 the company that owns the Buscapé and Bondfaro, big price comparison sites, filed a lawsuit against Google Brazil shortly after the launch of Google Shopping, a similar functionality to the sites offer. At the time, the company accused Google to drive traffic to your own tool, but we now know that Buscapé lost the case at first instance and may have to cover their costs. Continue reading Buscapé Loses Lawsuit Against Google in Brazil

Your Soul Belongs to Google From Today

First of March arrived. And with it comes the end of your privacy in the face of Google, the largest Internet company in modern times. The unification of privacy policies promoted by the company enters into force. So we were up their chances of escaping the clutches of Google while there was time. Your soul belongs to the dot-com company and there is nothing you can do about it.

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SkyDrive Will Have an Annual Subscription and Applications for Windows and Mac OS

The Microsoft is looking at what other companies do in the storage area in the cloud and offers already for some time its own SkyDrive, which entitles you to up to 25 GB of free space. But some discoveries about the service this weekend indicate that the Redmond giant is preparing advantageous offers that should shake off a bit this area. Continue reading SkyDrive Will Have an Annual Subscription and Applications for Windows and Mac OS

Gmail Man: the Personification of Gmail by Microsoft

As part of its campaign to show how much Google is evil and practice all sorts of atrocities to the data of its users, Microsoft brought out officially for the first time the video of Gmail Man. The character shown in the video is the embodiment of the Google email service and I would say he is portrayed chillingly realistic. Continue reading Gmail Man: the Personification of Gmail by Microsoft

Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Together to Combat Fake E-mail Messages

A new standard to “authenticate” message email can help reduce the amount of phishing scam – messages that pass through communiques banks, email providers etc. but they are not – future case go forward. The DMARC, supported by Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, has the ambition to join the leading online service providers in the world to make better control of the messages sent by their domains.

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