By Andrew Couts
Starting at midnight Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, January 18, all 3.8 million English-language articles of Wikipedia will go "black" for 24 hours, in protest of the "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA) and the "PROTECT IP Act" (PIPA).
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Words With Friends, the Scrabble-like word game played on smartphones by millions of people around the world, may get famous actors thrown off planes, but the good news is that it also saves lives.
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Just when you think the hype surrounding Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow can't get any bigger, he goes and sets a new record on Twitter.
The polarizing pro athlete pulled off an improbable win in a playoff matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers last weekend, an
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At the start of 2010, ArLynn Presser from Winnetka, Illinois made a New Year's resolution to meet all of her Facebook friends before the year was out.
Having 325 friends on the social networking site meant that such a feat would be in the realm of possibility, t
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The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, which runs throughout next week, will showcase many of the gadgets and technologies that will dominate the marketplace for the foreseeable future.
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A mantra of the Internet age, articulated in 1984 by WELL founder Stewart Brand, is that "information wants to be free." Back then — the days of 360K floppies and 1200 baud modems — Brand was referring to digital technology making information ever easier
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Wandering through Gambrill State Park northwest of Frederick, Maryland, Christopher Tkacik, a 43-year-old lawyer, and his dog Boo got lost in the woods while on a hike through the park as reported by My Fox DC.