Feb 29th, 2008
Don’t Tax the Internet, Tax Foreign Companies!
If you think your internet bill is already too high, then hold onto your hat, because it could be about to get even higher. Right now, Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are reviewing a proposal to impose a new Internet Tax...
I managed to put windows 7 on my old XP box in the basement without having to register it, don't ask me how, its a mystery to me lol... But it would need extra memory to speed it up for my wife to play her games when she does the washing and ironing. ...
Real Nerd Porn
Starcraft is for the weak!!! www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_ZgyNoHtjw Can't ****ing wait!!!!!
Jan 2nd, 2017 by tay
Would you please stop offering me videos I would never watch. Just because I watched a part of a video for 10 seconds does not mean I am interested in that subject or the poster. The reason I only watched it for 10 seconds is because I did not like...
Dec 7th, 2016 by tay
Internet freedom at stake in Canada
On Tuesday, the Canadian Supreme Court is scheduled to hear an appeal whose outcome will help shape access to information on the global Internet. Recognizing the high stakes, the court has heard the arguments of many interested observers, such as our...
Sep 23rd, 2016 by MHz
UK TV in US?
Hi everyone, my name is Natalie; I work for a company called Best TV Choice, an internet TV provider offering internet TV Globally. I wanted to share with you a little more information about the company and the service we offer for those who have...
Sep 7th, 2016 by JLM
Need your input on the Deep Net
I am a very curious person and this Deep Net peeks it a lot. I am not a computer expert so I want your advise as to whether I should try to take a look or not. What I would like to know is the danger, am not interested in the Dark Net but is there a...
Aug 28th, 2016 by gerryh
Prestel: The British internet that never was?
For an exciting moment in the 1980s, it seemed that Britain could become the world's first online society. So what happened to Prestel? Prestel: The British Internet That Never Was? By Tom Lean Posted 23rd August 2016 History Today ...
Verizon buys Yahoo for US$4.83B
Verizon buys Yahoo for US$4.83B Michael Liedtke and Tali Arbel, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS First posted: Monday, July 25, 2016 07:46 AM EDT ...
Recycling a PC...
I have a notebook that I rarely use anymore, Actualy the only time I ever use it is to update the the operating system and the antivirus every month. I don't feel like going through all the trouble of taking out all my personal data out of it piece by...
Microsoft pays woman $10,000 for forcing Windows 10 installation
A lot of people have complained about Microsoft's aggressive Windows 10 installation strategy. One person has actually gotten some resolution: according to The Seattle Times, Microsoft is paying $10,000 to Teri Goldstein, who runs a travel agency in...
Facebook wins privacy case
In a somewhat unexpected twist, Facebook has won a legal battle against Belgium's data protection authority, which had sought to prevent Facebook from tracking non-Facebook (or not-logged-into-Facebook) users, both on the Facebook website itself but...
For a while now, seemed to be since switching to widows 10, my wife had been having trouble with her laptop every once in a while, the internet modem in her notebook would switch off and the only way to get it back on was to reset the router by switching...
my older sister is interested in seeing footage of bindi Irwin and derek hough. it would take to long to view the footage from beginning to end. is there a way of fast forwarding the footage and seeing what is being fast forwarded at the same time?...
Nov 21st, 2015 by tay
Arris cable modems have plenty of Backdoors
A security researcher using Shodan to probe Arris cable modems for vulnerabilities has found that 600,000 of the company's modems not only have a backdoor, but that the backdoor itself has an extra backdoor. Brazilian vulnerability tester Bernardo...
Nov 13th, 2015 by CDNBear
Bell canada fails
The other day I heard the CEO of Bell Canada complaining about an American company coming in and buying up smaller companies that they, Bell Canada, were restricted from buying themselves. To be brushing my teeth that morning when I listened to this...
X box one......
Any gamers here ever figure out a way to keep XBox one from hogging all the bandwidth when it's updating? Anything available in the xbox settings that I can't find? I would like something simpler than going into the router, assign it a static IP and...
Oct 3rd, 2015 by B00Mer
Man Buys Google.com Domain Name For $12
Man Buys Google.com Domain Name For $12 The former employee says he was surprised when the world famous domain name was made available for him to buy. ...
windows 10 build 10240
buggy as hell. they should have waited until just before Christmas at the earliest if not later. :(
Jul 31st, 2015 by tay
Windows 10 Announced - Video
A First Look at Windows 10 - YouTube This was a closed presentation to a small audience and was rumored to not have any video for the larger audience, yet Windows Phone Central shared this with everybody. Windows 10 is presented in a way that...
Jul 25th, 2015 by tay
CRTC raises the bar for Canadian consumers
Major policy decision will ensure consumers still have choice even on all-fibre networks July 23, 2015 TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canadas leading independent telecommunications providers, yesterday hailed a major policy decision from...
Jul 15th, 2015 by tay
Mozilla blocks all versions of Adobe Flash in Firefox
Mozilla has added all versions of Adobe Flash up to the most recent version 22.214.171.124 to the Firefox blocklist. Security researchers have discovered vulnerabilities in recent versions of Adobe Flash that have not been patched yet by Adobe but are...
Jul 3rd, 2015 by SLM
Trouble in Paradise?
AKA Reddit Reddit In Chaos: Blackout After Worker Fired One of the web's most popular websites has been thrown into chaos by a rebellion sparked by the sacking of a popular staff member. The unpaid moderators of some of the link-sharing...