Sunday, June 16, 2019

EU Preparing to Begin Anti-Trust Proceedings Against Google Tomorrow; Android Also a Target

April 15 a particularly lousy day if you’re American, but for Google it’s going to suck especially hard. The European Union is expected to begin an anti-trust investigation against the company. At...

Despite Attempt at a Worldwide Premiere, New Game of Thrones Episodes Leak Online

Entertainment and BitTorrent websites are reporting the first four episodes of HBO’s Game of Thrones are available, unofficially, online. The series, with its fifth season set to begin officially later today,...

Flash Sites Proving Tricky to Archive

Remember Flash? Of course you remember Flash. If you wanted to watch video on the internet, it was the irritation you had to put up, like trailers for a M. Night...

Migrating an iPhoto Library to an iCloud Photo Library: A Story of Frustration

When Apple is at its best, it works seamlessly. You don’t have to think about It. It just, to beat a cliche a little deeper into the ground, works. But when...

You’ve Been Served…With Divorce Papers…Through Facebook!

In case you needed one more reason to unlike Facebook, here’s something scarier than marketers and the NSA tracking you. The site can now be used to serve divorce papers. At least, it...

If You’re a Business Owner and You Don’t Own Your Domain…You Really Should

If you’re a small business owner and you’ve been thrust into the national spotlight, there’s things you need think about. Take, for example, the case of Memories Pizza located in Indiana. Owned...

Verizon Puts an End to Supercookies — Which isn’t as Sad or Delicious as...

Nope, supercookies are not the latest mall food court franchise to be invading a shopping space near you (how awesome would that be?), nor are they Cookie Monster’s nemeses from a...

Amazon to Offer More than Goods with Amazon Local Services, Launches on Monday

If you buy a brand new LCD TV from Amazon, the company might also be able to find someone to mount that on your wall, or a carpenter to help build...

Google Fiber Expands to Salt Lake City, Rest of Country Still Jealous

Google Fiber, which offers 1Gbps up and down for less than dinner at a good restaurant for two, announced Salt Lake City, Utah as one of the areas it will service. Currently,...

AT&T, Verizon and Texas ISP Fire First Legal Shots Against Net Neutrality

To no one’s surprise, the FCC’s net neutrality rules are coming under legal fire by the telecom industry. A pair of lawsuits, filed by USTelecom — a broadband "association" led by Verizon...