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Google is messing around with the color of its search results links

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The tech giant is currently experimenting with black links in search results, so if you’re still seeing classic blue links instead, consider yourself lucky. Otherwise, your links are appearing the same color as regular black text on a typical webpage. This departure to black is very different though, and it’s unclear exactly why Google is […]

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New Bluetooth devices will connect directly to the internet

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For all the talk of an Internet of Things, many Bluetooth devices aren’t very internet-savvy; they usually have to rely on WiFi (or another gadget entirely) to hop online. That’s going to change very shortly with the advent of Bluetooth’s new 4.2 spec. If a sensor, smart light bulb or other low-power device supports the […]

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Internet Archive now lets you play 900 classic arcade games

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The Internet Archive, a non-profit best known for backing up web pages, has added a collection of 900 video games from the 1970s to 1990s that can be played in your web browser — no coins required. Called the Internet Arcade, the collection includes familiar games such as Astro Invader and Pac Man, as well […]

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10 things you didn’t know Google Search could do.

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Zerg Rush: Kill the O’s before they eat up your search results! Google can be your tip calculator. Tilt it, for no reason. Check out the sunrise time according to your location. Search for recursion, and enter an endless loop of “did you mean”‘s. Know the founders of a company. It can also give you […]

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Lebanon’s Telecom: On the way to improvement.

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After all these years, maybe there’s still hope. Earlier today, the telecom minister Boutros Harb annouced the proposal to discuss new and improved DSL & 3G plans. We are all aware of how our internet was “kind of” awful concerning its speed and limit. Here’s a leak from the proposal is the following table published […]

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New Vulnerability Found in Internet Explorer

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A new zero day vulnerability has been found in Internet Explorer according to a confirmation by Microsoft, affecting every version of Internet Explorer which is used by a quarter of the entire browser market. Attacks taking advantage of the vulnerability are largely targeting IE versions 9, 10, and 11 in something called a “use after […]

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The Navy’s New Underwater Internet

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We use Wi-Fi everyday, but we’veprobably never heard of Li-Fi. Li-Fi is a device that uses blinking lights to transmit data. These devices could be the Internet of the future. U.S. Navy-funded researchers are developing a form of visible light-based communication that transmits data using fast-blinking LEDs rather than Wi-Fi’s familiar radio waves. Earlier this […]

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What the World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at Launch

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1. Google While the company’s design doesn’t seem to have changed a whole lot, its services and capabilities sure have. Created by Stanford PhD students Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google officially launched Sept. 4, 1998. The interface was so simple because the founders didn’t know HTML and were looking for a quick design. 2. […]

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Why Non-Tech People Should Apply for Tech Jobs

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If you own a smartphone, tablet or even if you’re just glued to your laptop, you’re aware of the tech revolution. But have you ever thought about how it could impact your career? “So what?” you may ask. “I’m not a tech person.” That’s where you’re wrong, job seeker. Even non-tech people can successfully apply […]

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