refers to the hacking of media giant Sony’s internal computer system and the leaking of embarrassing corporate emails. The action is being widely attributed in the USA to North Korea, who deny being involved. Internet security expert Chester Wisniewski said .. ‘Sony’s been raising the ire of hackers for as long as I can remember, so you have to think that they’ve known they’re a serious target.’ So far the plot has been at least as interesting as most Sony movies .. (story here)


Video: Skype’s new real-time language translation feature.

Skype Translator currently allows Spanish and English speakers to communicate in real-time, with the translated speech read out at the other end as well as being written down the side of the screen. According to Microsoft, this is just a pilot, with many more languages to follow.

To get Skype Translator Preview, you’ll need to be running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 preview.

AltaVista was an early web search engine. It was once one of the most popular search engines, but it lost ground to Google and was purchased by Yahoo! in 2003, which retained the brand but based all AltaVista searches on its own search engine. On July 8, 2013, the service was shut down by Yahoo! and since then, the domain redirects to Yahoo!’s own search site.


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"The Internet is everyone’s big brother." Both in the 1984 and general sense of the word, the Internet is everyone’s big brother. The Internet watches you, and judges your opinions, keeps records of your mistakes. The Internet also tells kids about things their parents wouldn’t. The Internet gives teen boys their first porno mag. The Internet tells teen girls about the Cure. The Internet gives good and bad advice. The Internet is everyone’s big brother.