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95% Of Oscar Contenders Leaked on Pirate Sites Already

Earlier this week the 2015 Oscar nominees were announced, an event that inspired many people to check out the contenders. This increased interest is noticeable in legal channels and on various pirate sites, where nearly all of the 36 Oscar contenders are readily available.   The Oscars is the biggest award show of the year and is closely followed by hundreds of millions of movie fans.   This...

UK man arrested in connection with Sony and Xbox hack

A UK man has been arrested as part of an investigation into denial-of-service attacks on Sony Playstation and Xbox systems over Christmas.   The 18-year-old was arrested at an address in Southport, near Liverpool.   He is accused of unauthorised access to computer material and knowingly providing false information to law enforcement agencies in the US.   The investigation was a joint...

Adiirc - Free Irc Client

AdiIRC is a free Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client.Includes many features that allow you to customize this client to suit your own needs. You can download this client @ adiirc.com/download.php

Firefox Hello lets you make video calls without fuss

Mozilla has just rolled out version 35 of the popular Firefox web browser and it is bringing in a handful of new features. Highlighting this release, however, is something that they have been working on for quite a long time now. Leveraging the power of what is called WebRTC (Real Time Communications), Firefox Hello lets users create and share video chats without the hassles of third party...

President Obama wants towns to take on private broadband providers in push for faster Internet access

The President wants home-grown Internet options to fight against what he called a lack of competition in his push for faster speeds in America.   President Obama is supporting communities in creating their own broadband Internet networks, touting the one available in Cedar Falls, Iowa, where he spoke Wednesday. He said he would use executive actions to help towns and cities that would like to...

Mozilla releases Firefox version 35.0

Mozilla has released the latest version of its browser, Firefox version 35.0, which can now share mobile device Wi-Fi and cellular signals for improved geolocation services and to help support context-aware applications.   Mozilla has also implemented HTTP Public Key Pinning Extensions for enhanced authentication of encrypted connections in the new version of the browser.   Among the HTML5...