The Personality Issues in Online Dating

February 10, 2011

Some people say that there are major personalities in the world: dreamer, observer, doer, and others. Any change that occurs within these personalities is then considered as an inconsistency. More or less, each person in this world is included in any one of these personality types. Though there are different personalities that may or may […]

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Wikileaks and press freedom in United States

December 7, 2010

In the last week have increased efforts to block the objectives of Wikileaks. Among others, Amazon removed the contents of Wikileaks from its servers and PostFinance Swiss bank has blocked the bank account Assange. In the political arena, Senator Lieberman has spread threats from Wikileaks to the New York Times, considering that it can prosecute […]

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Toshiba to Develop 3D TV with No Glasses

August 24, 2010

Japanese electronic giant Toshiba Corp. announced on Tuesday that it is developing a new technology that would allow viewers to watch 3D television without special glasses. In an interview, Toshiba spokesperson Yuko Sugahara confirmed earlier reports, saying that the development for such technology is now being undertaken. “Many people don’t like to wear those special […]

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Cheating Incidents Using Cellphones Become Notorious in Cambodia

August 19, 2010

Cambodian authorities expressed alarm over the significant increase of cheating incidents among students, who used cellphones to share answers during national examinations. According to reports, hundreds of students were caught talking to friends or relatives over their cellphones to ask for answers in the exams. Some students even bribed their professors to allow them to […]

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Saudis Sell Off Their BlackBerry Devices Following the Ban

August 6, 2010

A report over the weekend told that thousands of Saudis are now selling off their BlackBerry devices ahead of the scheduled ban by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. However, with very few people willing to buy the smartphones, Saudis were forced to sell it at a much cheaper price. “I want to get […]

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FCC Legalizes iPhone Jailbreaking, other Cellphone Unlocking

July 27, 2010

The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Monday announced a controversial decision, legalizing the so-called “jailbreaking” of the popular Apple iPhone and unlocking of other mobilephones and smartphones. Jailbreaking an iPhone allows users to use the device on other carriers aside from AT&T, the official wireless partner and sole distributor of the Apple Inc […]

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IBM Raises 2010 Forecast as Technology Sector Eyes Bigger Sales

July 20, 2010

Computer giant IBM Corp. has raised its annual forecast for this year as the technology sector batted for bigger sales in the coming months. The company made the announcement despite shaky market conditions in the technology sector, saying that the worst is finally over for the sector and bigger sales will be at hand in […]

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Microsoft, NASA Launches 3-D Space Images

July 19, 2010

Computer giant Microsoft Corp. and the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) have teamed up to produce the most detailed 3-D images of space and the planets through the so-called “WorldWide Telescope.” Microsoft’s “WorldWide Telescope,” which has been steadily increased viewership on the Internet, is the galactic version of Google Earth. With the help of […]

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China Wants Online Anonymity Trashed

July 14, 2010

A human rights group on Wednesday cried foul over recent moves of the Chinese Internet regulators, who want to reduce the anonymity among online users in mainland China. State Council Information Office director Wang Chen, in his address to the national legislature in April, has called for the extensive system that would require all Internet […]

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Volunteers Release WordPress 3.0 Blogging Software

July 12, 2010

A group technology experts and volunteers has released on Thursday a new version of the popular open-source blogging website WordPress. Dubbed as WordPress version 3.0, the new software hosts more than 2, 700 upgrades, which include 1, 217 bugs fix. At least 218 volunteers have provided the software upgrades for the 13th version of the […]

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