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Bitcoin

Bitcoin Feud Splits the Currency in Two

Frustrated community members voted to split a new cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Cash, off the main bitcoin branch.
Email Marketing

The Only Technique You Need to Quickly Grow Your Email List

Rather than focus on metrics, entrepreneurs need to be thinking about the T.A.P.P. method, according to marketing expert Derek Halpern.
Adobe

Adobe Officially Killing Flash by the End of 2020

In just a few short years, Flash Player will be going away for good -- news that's probably music to the ears of IT security pros everywhere.
Online Security

How to Choose a VPN Provider for Your Business

A step-by-step guide to picking a virtual private network that works for you.
Internet

U.S. Shuts Down Huge Online Dark Web Market, AlphaBay

The site was used by 'hundreds of thousands' of people to buy and sell illegal goods and services, such as drugs, stolen IDs, malware and other hacking tools.
Airports

Here Are the Airports With the Best and Worst Wi-Fi

What makes an hour-long TSA line even worse? Slow airport Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi

People Accidentally Agree to Clean Toilets for Free Wi-Fi

U.K.-based Wi-Fi provider Purple recently added a 'community service clause' to its usual terms, and 22,000 blindly agreed to it.
Online Business

Three Ways to Buy an Established Online Business

Don't want to build a business from scratch? Here's how you can buy one instead.
Microsoft

Microsoft Wants to Get Rural America Online Using TV Signals

The goal is to get two million rural Americans connected from 12 different states over the next five years using white space broadband.
Net Neutrality

How Companies Are Marking the Battle for the Net Protest

On July 12, several organizations and web-based businesses are banding together for an 'Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.'
Internet

'Troll Cake' Makes Your Internet Nemesis Eat Their Words

For $35, Troll Cakes will turn your enemy's nasty internet comment into a custom cake and mail it to their home or work.
Internet

Revealed: The Man Behind the Most Viral GIF in Politics

He gave us what is arguably the most famous dumpster fire in the world. But why?
Google

Whether You Buy Online or in Stores, Google Will Know

Google's advertisers will soon be able to measure the success of their online campaigns based on credit card transaction data from physical stores.
YouTube

Who's the Next PewDiePie?

YouTubers with an authentic voice are using the platform to turn 15 minutes of fame into cross-promotional multimillion-dollar brands.