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The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild: how big is the map? Let’s take a walk and find out

The word on the internet is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a rather large map to explore. Let’s find out if such rumblings are true. In this video from Arekkz, who has spent plenty of time with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at events over the last few […]

Surprise! Microsoft Releases Critical Flash Patch

Everyone who uses a modern version of Windows and Microsoft's browsers--both Internet Explorer and Edge--should install the surprise patch.

Who Is The Real Kim Dotcom: A Commercial Genius Or A Brazen Thief?

A new documentary explores the enigma of Kim Dotcom, the internet pirate who the U.S. has been trying to extradite for five years.

'I Pee & I See the Capitol': DC Punk Band Priests on Antagonizing and Owning Their Means of Production

There’s no denying that, over the past decade and a half, music has opened up. The internet’s made way for genre explorations and collaborations that, before, might have never seemed possible; it’s obliterated regionalism (and perhaps territorialism), given global music acolytes access to the micro-est of genres,… Read more...

ExpressVPN lets you Browse the Internet Securely & Anonymously + Free 30 Day Trial (Desktop/Laptop/Mobile App)

Good morning everyone, happy Presidents Day! I am writing this post from beautiful, sunny Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and I hope you have the day off as well to explore the world. When I travel, staying connected is always a huge priority to me, so finding free, reliable Wifi is important. Show More Summary

Investing in the Future

5 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

I used an app that did this a long time ago at a previous job. We were encouraged to explore the internet at first, but over time, we ended up restricted to only looking up the weather forecast, so a loading screen was quite useful when the boss walked in while I was checking email or playing solitaire. Show More Summary

Project Loon's internet balloons form stratospheric clusters for targeted delivery

By nature, the ideas under exploration in the so-called Moonshot Factory at Alphabet (formerly Google) are long-term ventures, but one of the better-known projects may be here a little quicker than we thought. That's if a blog post by...Show More Summary

What's Windows 7's fastest web browser?

Chrome is still the fastest of the fast on Windows 7, but Opera's giving it a run for its money. As for Internet Explorer, in a word: Ugh.

Microsoft Edge Ultimate Guide

Edge is all ready to go on your Windows 10 devices — here's how to get the most out of Microsoft's browser. After two decades of Internet Explorer, it was time for a change. Microsoft's replacement on Windows 10 is Edge, a next-generation...Show More Summary

Google's Chrome Browser Crushes The Desktop Competition In 2016

Chrome broke Internet Explorer's long-standing hold on the desktop browser market in 2016. Google's browser dominates market share and no other browser is even close.

How to remove Internet Explorer (IE) from Windows 10

If you don't use Internet Explorer (IE) on Windows 10, it's easy to remove the browser. Here's how. Windows 10 ships with Microsoft Edge as the default web browser, but because it's designed for the modern web, some websites using old technologies won't load correctly in Edge. Show More Summary

Four Artists Explore Black Queer Sexuality on the Internet

Devin N Morris, E. Jane, Rafia Santana and Texas Isaiah explore online representations of community and sexuality in 'Torrent Tea: Queer Space and Photographic Futures.'

How to open sites that won't work in Edge with IE

How do I open web pages with Internet Explorer from within Edge? Microsoft Edge is Internet Explorer's (IE) successor, and there's no doubt it does a lot of stuff better than the aging browser. IE hasn't been completely forgotten, however,...Show More Summary

What Happened to Model Trains?

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

In the 19th century, the railroad was the biggest thing going. Like the internet, it connected people across long distances, promoted exploration of new places, and captured the popular imagination. The fascination with trains gave birth to the craze for model trains and the worlds they traveled. Show More Summary

‘Riverdale’ Spoilers: Will Show Explore Bisexuality and Possible Incest

From the day that The CW debuted the dark, sinister take on the Archie comics, Riverdale spoilers have been cropping up all over the Internet. And the latest Riverdale spoilers suggest that we’ll be seeing a lot more sinister and sexual themes in the coming episodes! I’m watching Riverdale and like Ms Grundy is like... Show More Summary

Way Bigger Data Means Big Disruption -- Time To Plan For The Internet Of Things

A recent Forbes Insights report explores some of the potential opportunities and challenges inherent within the IoT as well as some recommendations for organizations considering the possible impacts on their own industries.

HRC - Planned Parenthood Study Explores LGBTQ Teens’ Health Education Needs

A new Planned Parenthood study, conducted in partnership with HRC and published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, found that LGBTQ youth often turn to the internet for health information and that many don’t get the relevant, accurate facts they need. Show More Summary

The Secrets of Internet Explorer Credentials

Internet Explorer allows two methods of credentials storage: web sites credentials (for example: your Facebook user and password) and autocomplete data. The data can be easily retrieved by anyone who knows how. This article will show you how.

Internet Explorer's 'Death' Is Finally Closing In

Though its decline has been a long time coming, 2016 was the year that the iconic Internet Explorer (IE) ceased to be the most popular way to browse the web on desktops. Though IE was the most popular desktop browser in the world at this time last year, 2017 has heralded a new king in the form of Google Chrome. The king, it seems, is finally dead. More »      

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