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Who Broke The Internet?

Apparently there has been another cyber attack, and it broke the internet. A huge number of sites have been affected, including Twitter. One minute I was able to log on, and the next minute…nope. 310 more words

This Is Probably Why Half the Internet Shut Down Today

Twitter, Spotify and Reddit, and a huge swath of other websites were down or screwed up this morning. This was happening as hackers unleashed a large distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on the servers of Dyn, a major DNS host. 46 more words


Twitter can't find a buyer, must be the trolls

Twitter can’t find a buyer, must be the trolls according to Gizmodo anyway. Not that Twitters bad management or inability to properly police their platform has anything to do with it no sir! 104 more words


Want Playstation VR reviews? Here are six of the best.

Trying to decide whether to pick up a PSVR?

It looks likely to be the first device to bring virtual reality to the mass market, comfortably occupying the ground between smartphone headsets and high-end rigs like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. 163 more words

Virtual Reality

Samsung Note 7 update

@Gizmodo: AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile stop all Note 7 sales and replacements after reports of further fires… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/785495892451323904
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Photos of Hurricane Matthew's Devastation in the Caribbean Are Heartbreaking

Hurricane Matthew is one of the most powerful storms to barrel through the Caribbean in over a decade. The violent windstorm has already claimed the lives of more than 108 people in Haiti and at least 4 people in the Dominican Republic. 50 more words


Gawker founder Nick Denton: The internet "has brought all the poisons to the surface"

Gawker Media founder Nick Denton might be forgiven some post-ordeal cynicism: He was recently forced into personal bankruptcy by a Silicon Valley billionaire bankrolling a lawsuit by former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan over a sex tape. 504 more words