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Spam-mageddon: Instagram Followers Disappear In Purge

Instagram purges all fake followers from its site.

Social media has been going crazy, after Instagram held a purge of all the spam-bots and inactive accounts on its site. People have been taking to Twitter, and other social media sites, lamenting their loss of followers. Many of those people don’t seem to realize that the only followers removed from their accounts are the… Read more »

Man Controls Two Prosthetic Arms With His Mind And Thoughts [Video]

Prosthetic Arms

A Colorado man, a double amputee, has been able to use his mind and thoughts to control a pair of shoulder-level robotic prosthetic arms for the first time. Les Baugh, who was participating in the decades-long Revolutionizing Prosthetics Program, lost both arms in an electrical accident about four decades ago. But with the assistance of… Read more »

Xperia Z2 vs HTC M8

xperia z2 vs htc m8

With the variety of new smartphones to hit the market, it can be confusing ...

HTC M8 vs Galaxy s5

HTC M8 vs Galaxy s5

The HTC M8 or the Galaxy s5? It’s a tough choice. Although both boast ...

Isohunt Commandeers The Pirate Bay Ship

Isohunt uses its resources to remake and improve upon the temporarily defunct Pirate Bay.

Isohunt tests the old adage that nothing can keep a good ship down, proving that The Pirate Bay is no exception. In a bold move, Isohunt has unofficially revived The Pirate Bay using the web address and, although it may seem Isohunt’s Pirate Bay website is just another copy of the famous peer to… Read more »

Mark Zuckerberg Says They Are Thinking About A Dislike Button

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook, answered quite a few questions during a Q&A at the company’s headquarters Thursday, but one question piqued the interest of those who still admire Facebook, and that revolved around the idea of a dislike button. While many have lost faith in Facebook, there are still many who use it… Read more »

North Korea Denies Hacking Sony Pictures, Calls It A ‘Righteous Deed’

north korea denies sony pictures hacking

North Korea has been the chief suspect for hacking Sony Pictures, but the country’s official state news channel has now issued a denial. The hack, which has kept Sony computers offline for almost two weeks, remains unsolved. However, the statement from North Korea, while denying involvement in the hacking, does laud the act, calling it… Read more »