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Facebook Files for $5 Billion IPO

Facebook Files for $5 Billion IPO

Michael Convente February 1, 2012 1

It may have come after the closing bell, but yesterday’s reports were correct – Facebook has officially submitted paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO in hopes of raising at least

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CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid Review

CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid Review

David Liu January 31, 2012 0

If you ask any PC enthusiast to recommend a keyboard, chances are that while the specific recommended model will vary, the vast majority will recommend some sort of mechanical keyboard. Despite near-universal praise, however,

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Online Casinos: No longer in the US but gaining traction in Canada

Online Casinos: No longer in the US but gaining traction in Canada

Patrick Nosker January 26, 2012 0

While online casinos are now banned from the USA, residents of the USA’s northern neighbors are still able to partake in the convenience of gambling through the internet. And rather than having to use

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January 2012 PC Build Guide, Part 1

January 2012 PC Build Guide, Part 1

David Liu January 25, 2012 1

If you’re the kind of person who’s known among his or her friends as “that computer guy,” known for your inexhaustible knowledge of the current PC market, you will undoubtedly be all too familiar

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SOPA and PIPA dropped by Congress in wake of largest online protest in history

SOPA and PIPA dropped by Congress in wake of largest online protest in history

Michael Foley January 20, 2012 28

After a long week of raising the stakes it seems that the anti SOPA/PIPA activists have won the day. On Friday January 20th, Congress dropped the bills in the wake of the largest online

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Anonymous Retaliates to Megauploads Takedown and Arrests, Shuts Down DOJ, FBI, Universal Music, MPAA and RIAA Websites

Anonymous Retaliates to Megauploads Takedown and Arrests, Shuts Down DOJ, FBI, Universal Music, MPAA and RIAA Websites

Michael Foley January 20, 2012 2

Only minutes after the U.S. Department of Justice repossessed the domains of Megauploads and its affiliate sites on Wednesday, the hacker collective knows as Anonymous quickly declared their intent to retaliate. As one Anonymous

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SOPA/PIPA Bills still threaten Internet Freedom, Internet blackout planned

SOPA/PIPA Bills still threaten Internet Freedom, Internet blackout planned

Michael Foley January 17, 2012 1

It seems that while I and many of my fellow writers here at pnosker.com were enjoying our time at CES, there have been a great many new developments surrounding the controversial bills SOPA and

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Minecraft creator won’t mind if you pirate his game

Minecraft creator won’t mind if you pirate his game

Matt Evangelist January 12, 2012 0

Remember how game developers and their respective companies continually remind everyone to not pirate their games? Turns out Minecraft creator Notch isn’t one of them. A recent post on Twitter reveals that he doesn’t

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Ford to Open New Research Lab in Silicon Valley

Ford to Open New Research Lab in Silicon Valley

Ken Hong January 7, 2012 0

Ford has finally taken the step to further its technology research on the west coast by building a research lab close to the rest of the big dogs in the valley, names such as

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Galaxy Nexus to be Sprint’s first LTE device?

Galaxy Nexus to be Sprint’s first LTE device?

David Liu January 5, 2012 12

The Galaxy Nexus, insofar only available on Verizon’s network and in unlocked HSPA+ form, has all but been confirmed for Sprint’s upcoming LTE network. In an advertisement that apparently went up on CNET a

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