Jul 30, 2014
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Microsoft vs Feds

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Back on Thursday, July 24, 2014, Microsoft found itself in federal court in New York. They challenged the federal government over forcing tech companies giving them emails in international data centers. The battle started in December 2013. Federal officials gave Microsoft a search warrant requesting Microsoft turn over emails of a certain person over an […]

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Jul 29, 2014
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OK Cupid Caught Manipulating

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Earlier this summer, Facebook found itself in controversy. Reports revealed Facebook deliberately manipulated other people’s emotions. Now a popular dating site was caught doing the same. OK Cupid’s CEO Christian Rudder admitted to such psychological mind games. He admits this site has removed text from people’s profiles, removed photos, and told people they were compatible […]

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Jul 27, 2014
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The Solar Storm that Wasn’t

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A solar flare hits the Earth, causing massive blackouts. There’s no smartphone, computer, television, or radio to be had. We’re knocked back to the American Civil War era. Sounds like a great TV pilot, right? In real life, it almost happened. Back on July 23 2012, a solar storm barely missed the Earth’s orbit. If […]

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Jul 17, 2014
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Microsoft Cuts 18,000 Jobs

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In February 2014, Microsoft chose Satya Nadella to be their new CEO. Many felt that changes were going to be made, whether they were pleasant or not. But did anybody see this? Microsoft is expected to cut over 18,000 jobs over the next year. Keep in mind  Microsoft only has 125,000 employees. The majority of […]

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Jul 13, 2014
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Is Y2K Coming Back?

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In 1999, there was a belief that a bug called Y2K was going to send the world into apocalyptic anarchy. When the clock struck January 1, 2000, some thought Y2K was going to make computers go January 1, 1900, causing a global technological meltdown. That was then. And 15 years later, this bug is rearing […]

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