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Digicel’s Implementation Of Ad Blocking Technology And Its Impact On Jamaicans

by by Devon Communings In a questionable move, Jamaica’s telecom provider Digicel has implemented Ad Blocking technologies in protest to not being paid by advertising companies such as Google, Yahoo and Facebook, for ads that show up when Digicel customers are browsing the internet over their broadband connections, even though the costumer already paid for...

Full Stack Music: 1 Trillion Streams, 200 Million Tickets

At present, there are three distinct music industries: radio, on-demand music, and concert ticketing. However, we are starting to enter a new phase, where these industries will converge and produce one integrated experience for artists and fans. Show More Summary

Today only: Get a pair of sweatproof Bluetooth earbuds for only $18

If you’ve been on the hunt for a pair of solid Bluetooth earbuds with good sound quality and enough battery life to carry you through the day with no problem, you’ve come to the right place. For today only, you can save an extra $7 on...Show More Summary

General Electric is making a sci-fi podcast instead of an industrial musical

General Electric is pretty gung-ho about letting people know about how important General Electric is. As far as large, faceless conglomerates go, they like tossing some interesting PR flavor into the mix every […]

Cutting the Cord: Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embraces streaming options

Movie lovers and filmmakers alike are beneficiaries in the streaming video explosion.        

Startup Friendly

October 4, 2015: If you’re a technology service provider to startups, you know that to be a difficult task. I’ve been on both sides of this issue over the years. We had to switch a major vendor in one deal this past week, which is always tough, even if it is just business and is for good reasons for all concerned. Show More Summary

Microsoft has a crazy plan to make your batteries last a lot longer (MSFT)

A new Microsoft Research project could result in a laptop battery that lasts a lot longer, according to a company blog entry. Right now, the way a laptop battery works is pretty straightforward: You have a big lithium-ion hunk of a battery that dispenses power to your computer as the hardware says that it needs it. Show More Summary

Sage: Software At Lightning Speed

Sage was one of the pioneers of the PC revolution, having gotten its start in England back in 1981. The founder, David Goldman, saw an opportunity to automate accounting processes – and convinced several Newcastle University students to help him with the coding. Well, the timing was spot-on and it did [...]

Why iPhone owners only sometimes see accept/decline buttons when receiving calls

iPhone owners: Have you ever noticed sometimes when you receive a call you have an option to swipe to answer, while other times you're given "accept" and "decline" buttons? We realized we'd seen both variations before, but didn't know why sometimes we saw one and not the other. Show More Summary

Windows 10 Build 10558: Windows Spotlight comes to Enterprise users

Just yesterday, Windows 10 Build 10558 leaked out on the internet. The latest build of Windows 10 brings a handful of new user interface improvements, and some new apps. Alongside the new improvements, Microsoft has also added Windows Spotlight for Enterprise users. For those who don’t know, Windows Spotlight automatically changes the lock screen wallpaper […]

Famous NYPD 'Lamplighter' Frank Serpico Gets Political

He talks about his bid for a seat on the Stuyvesant town board, the James Blake controversy.

Reverse Engineering Proves Journalist Security App Is Anything But Secure

Reporta, an app for journalists in ‘potentially dangerous conditions,’ tells the world a whole lot about those journalists.

Is The Sharing Economy Good For Delivery Services?

2 hours agoTechnology : VoIPWatch

This is all about the sharing economy and focused on delivery services. Over the past year I've gotten excited about Amazon Fresh and the potential it has. I've learned to use Uber with great success and from the two have seen economical...Show More Summary

Ironically Peeple CEO Wants To Block Public Comments

Peeple CEO Julia Cordray had already started a storm on social media with the announcement of the Peeple app which will allow people to leave reviews of each other in public, in a similar way as Yelp does for businesses. The storm got much worse when it turned out that Peeple was having trouble moderating... Show More Summary

Samsung's newest is the Goldilocks of fridges

A solid contender among four-door French door refrigerators.        

Fintech strikes again; Regions partners with start-up

Regions bank to partner with lending start-up in deal that could win copycats        

Stormtrooper Star Wars Cufflinks: Imperial Formal

These Stormtrooper Star Wars Cufflinks will add some nice Imperial flair to your attire at your next Dark Side meeting or any other occasion. This pair of heads look great and they let everyone know that…

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