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Where the Globe divides the high from thelow elements of Internet and digital culture
Facebook’s need to deliver detailed marketable profiles clashes with the teen’s freedom to change their minds – and identities – with just a couple of clicks
Millions of fools and their false anonymity were easily parted
‘We’ve moved from the stage where it was something that the early adopters did and then the hipsters did and then the kids did’
Deliver a drink or a treat to a fellow passenger, and then follow up with an invitation to chat? What could go wrong at 35,000 feet?
The anodyne sounding Inactive Account Manager will let your friends or family recover your files if you’re indisposed
Social games and music services are popular services, 200 of the available apps have more than 1 million users
ARM-based Windows 8 would restrict third-party browsers, much like how Apple does on its mobile devices
'Episode 1 - A New Day' features terror, gore and asks 'what price will you pay to survive?'
The number of such sites in Canada grew 170 per cent in the past year, making it the second most popular phishing-site host country in the world behind the U.S.
RIM's Torch and Curve models have passed U.S. Army and Defence Information Systems Agency security tests