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Luis Suarez Thought Giorgio Chiellini Was A Tree (Lol)

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Luis Suarez could get banned for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini in a FIFA World Cup match. But the internet has been flooded with all kinds of funny pictures related to the biting act.

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Internet.org Aims To Connect Everyone Around The World (Video)

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A number of big technology companies, including Facebook, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Samsung, have come together to create Internet.org which aims to make internet available to everyone around the world.

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Google Tests Project Loon Internet Balloons in California

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Earlier this year, Google took to the air in New Zealand to test its Project Loon balloons, blanketing remote rural areas with Internet access. The testing continues this month as Google's Project Loon expands to California.

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Canada’s First 1Gbps Fiber Internet Coming to Olds, Alberta

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We want faster Internet and we want it cheaper. If you're in Canada, it looks like you might have to move to a rural town in Alberta to get it, but it means that you can bathe in 1Gbps fiber Internet for only $57 a month.

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Will Online Gambling Finally Be Legal in US Again?

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While online gambling has effectively been legalized at the state level in places like New Jersey and Nevada, it hasn't been explicitly legalized at the federal level. But that could be changing.

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Video: Google Project Loon Balloons Connect Remote Areas to the Web

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Project Loon has been launched (no pun intended) by Google to provide high-speed Internet to more remote areas on the planet. And they're doing it with balloons.

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Google Wants More People To Connect To the Internet in Emerging Markets

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Google is said to be working to introduce wireless networks for countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia via airborne balloons and blimps.

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iPavement: Wi-Fi Hotspot Under Your Feet

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If you are someone who loves to stay connected all the time, you will certainly love the iPavement - sidewalk paving stones that are also Wi-Fi hotspots. A Spanish tech company has incorporated hardware into the tiles that allows them to provide Wi-Fi Internet and Bluetooth connectivity.

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CISPA Bill Even Worse Than SOPA/PIPA

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The good news is that SOPA and PIPA haven't come to pass, but the bad news is that they could be followed by a bill that is even more invasive and could violate even more of your civil liberties.

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Xbox 720 Durango Going To Be A Powerhouse, Will Be Strictly Against Piracy

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The next generation Xbox (Xbox 720 maybe) codenamed Durango is expected to be an impressive gaming console. The latest rumors suggest that the machine is going to be a powerhouse, but will also be a big blow to the used games market.

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Google Drive to Challenge Dropbox for Cloud Storage Supremacy

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Microsoft may be the one who keeps telling us to go "to the cloud," but it looks like Google is the real heavyweight who wants to compete in that arena. And that's exactly what the rumored upcoming product called Google Drive is trying to acheive.

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Hackers To Build Pirate Internet With Pirate Satellites

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They circumvent the rules, but the ultimate way around the rules is to build your own Internet, completely separate from the one we all know and love. And one hacker group aims to do exactly that.

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Japan cracks down on virus makers with new cybercrime law

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A computer virus can make your computer do bad things you dont want it to do. They even cause millions of dollars in damage and waste network bandwidth. It's about time we fight back against the people who make viruses and Japan is leading the charge with a new law.

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4G booster to bring farmers up to speed

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Wilson Electronics is bringing some of that innovation a little closer to home with their announcement of a new product line of 4G signal boosters. The 4G AWS is the first product up for release and it boosts signals on the Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) spectrum band. It's intended for indoor installations, whether for home or office, and it will strengthen the connection range and also increase transfer speeds in places that are subject to a weaker signal.

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Light Up a Hotspot with Wi-Fi Seeker and Light

One of the major reasons why you may opt for a notebook over a desktop is for the added portability that it can provide. However, most of us can be pretty useless if we are without Internet access, so you’ll want a quick and easy way to check for the availability of interwebz where you are. I guess you could ...

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