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Rapidshare Off Speed Limit for Non-subscribers

At the time that the Megaupload went off the air, a series of similar services took precautions not to have the same fate of the now deceased services. One of the services, Rapid share, decided to limit the download speed of non-paying users, which in theory frighten away those who only want to distribute pirated content. Apparently this restriction was eventually reversed. Continue reading Rapidshare Off Speed Limit for Non-subscribers

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Anonymous Plans AnonPlus, Your Own Social Network

Tired of being banned left and right across all social networks and sites that participate (such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and recently Google +), a division of the hacker group Anonymous decided to develop its own solution to share your thoughts with rest of the world. They decided to create a specific social network for those who participate in the cause or is sympathetic to her. Continue reading Anonymous Plans AnonPlus, Your Own Social Network

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Matters More Give Money to Google

When it comes to advertising on the network, Google remains unbeatable. His throne as king of this business is still assured for a long time. The staff of the consultancy WordStream was beyond the seeker of sales figures for the fiscal quarter. They made ​​an analysis to find out what are the issues that bring more money to the already heavy web giant pockets.

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Yahoo Mail Goes Down for Some Users, But is Back

The day was not very good who uses the Yahoo Mail web based. The Mashable reports that Yahoo’s webmail service has experienced difficulties in the morning of Wednesday. However, it is good to make it clear that not all users of the service were affected by the failure. I even accessed my Yahoo Mail without any problem; everything was in place, although no new message has arrived, as usual since I adopted Gmail. Continue reading Yahoo Mail Goes Down for Some Users, But is Back

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Secret Revealed: Google+ Has 90 Million Users

For the first time Google speaks openly of Google+ numbers. The social network that does everything to overcome the Facebook has 90 million users worldwide. “Much more than double what I announced just three months ago,” said Larry Page in the press release on the financial results of Google for the fiscal quarter ended in December last year.

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Google Proposes HTML Attribute to Facilitate Completion

The Google published an article on the blog that keeps facing webmasters advising the adoption of a new standard forms of those we found at all times on the Internet. The web giant’s proposal is very simple: in the form of source code appear HTML attributes specific to the browser automatically complete the information that the user would have to manually add there.

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