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Facebook to Lose 80% of Users by 2017?

Facebook will lose 80 percent of its users by 2017, according to a study by Princeton University researchers. The study followed assumptions from “Epidemiological modeling of online social network dynamics” by...

Facebook Adds Trending Feature

Facebook adds a new feature, entitled Trending, in order to better compete with Twitter. This new module highlights the most popular topics across the social network at any given moment.  It lists hot topics a...

Worldwide Gmail outage reported Friday

Second update: As of 3:20 p.m., Gmail appears to be back up and running. Update: As of 3 p.m., Gmail appears to up sporadically. The App Status Dashboard shows Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Dri...

The Breakdown on Streaming Video Devices

The era of watching live TV has long passed.  Now we’ve even moving beyond DVRs and Netflix.  The new age of television lies in streaming video.  Devices like Roku, Apple TV and Google’s Chromecast have taken a...

Chemicals from Fracking May Cause Infertility

Hydraulic fracturing has long been a controversial issue for environmental concerns, but a new study shows that several chemicals used in the process could pose a danger to the body’s hormones and potentially c...

Is your WiFi killing your houseplants?

The lack of a green thumb may not be the only contributing factor to the early deaths of your houseplants. A recent experiment conducted by high school students in Denmark suggests that Wi-Fi routers may be dam...

5 cases for the 2014 computer

As I've been saying for months now, computers aren't dying. Now we're getting into some computer cases that prove this fact. Today, I want to discuss a little cyber-surgery. It's not cheaper to build your ow...