Should Facebook Let Users Define Fake News?

Should Facebook Let Users Define Fake News?

Facebook is considering letting its users define what exactly is or isn’t fake news, through a series of surveys. It’s time to explore the idea in depth and consider the potential pitfalls in this strategy.

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802.11ax WiFi: The Next Big Thing in WiFi Standards

802.11ax WiFi: The Next Big Thing in WiFi Standards

The 802.11ac WiFi standard was not enough for massive stadiums and large auditoriums with many users. This is where 802.11ax WiFi standard comes in. Find out how it works and what it has to offer.

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How Blockchain Works and How It Affects You

How Blockchain Works and How It Affects You

Blockchain technology has always been associated with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but it is so much more than that. Find out how blockchain works and how it’s helping many industries operate more efficiently.

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The Untold Story of Facial Recognition Authentication

The Untold Story of Facial Recognition Authentication

Facial recognition was touted as a secure authentication method by Apple, but the fact is that it is not as secure as you think. Here are some of its downsides that you should know about.

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Why Do Executives Hide Data Breaches?

Why Do Executives Hide Data Breaches?

Whenever a major company suffers a data breach, an amount of time seems to pass until the victims are informed. Why is this so? Let’s find out.

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How Location Tracking Works Over the Internet

How Location Tracking Works Over the Internet

When you are online, your computer/browser gives your location away. Here’s how location tracking works over the Internet and how you can protect yourself.

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Should Twitter Double Its Character Limit?

Should Twitter Double Its Character Limit?

Twitter has been known for its 140-character limit. but it announced that it is extending the character limit to 280. Was this the right move? Let’s find out.

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Should Facebook Have a Temporary Unfollow Feature?

Should Facebook Have a Temporary Unfollow Feature?

A new feature uncovered in Facebook is the ability to “snooze” or temporarily unfollow a friend. This feature might actually prove useful in the long term. Let’s find out more about it.

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Everything You Need to Know About Usenet

Everything You Need to Know About Usenet

Usenet has been used for a very long time, and now it has come back with a vengeance. Find out what Usenet is, how it works, and how it can benefit you.

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Eye Tracking: Useful Feature or Just a Gimmick?

Eye Tracking: Useful Feature or Just a Gimmick?

A new technology in Windows 10 can track your eye movements and allow you to navigate the PC. Is this eye tracking feature really useful or just a gimmick? Let’s find out.

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A Paranoid Buyer’s Guide to Shopping Online

A Paranoid Buyer’s Guide to Shopping Online

For those who are hesitant to do shopping online out of safety concerns, here are some ways to minimize the risks involved when making online transactions.

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MTE Explains: How DDoS Protection Works

MTE Explains: How DDoS Protection Works

You may have heard of DDos, or even encountered one before, and are looking for ways to counter it. Here’s how DDoS protection works and how you can counter it.

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WannaCry: The Worm that Ate the World

WannaCry: The Worm that Ate the World

The WannaCry ransomware managed to infect an unprecedented 230,000 systems spread across 150 countries. Find out what it is and how you can combat it.

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How Prepaid Internet Might Help U.S. Web Woes

How Prepaid Internet Might Help U.S. Web Woes

Verizon and Comcast have both announced the launch of prepaid Internet broadband packages. This might actually help invigorate innovation in the United States’ Internet market.

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Some Ugly Truths About Zero-Day Exploits

Some Ugly Truths About Zero-Day Exploits

You probably know and have heard about “zero-day exploits,” but there are some ugly truths that you would rather not know as you get deeper into it. Here are some of them.

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