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How the internet has made us immortal.

Amid the chaos that is the battle for privacy in regards to just how much info on each of us is out there and who has access to it, there is one little silver lining, a teeny tiny blossom poking through the smog, that I think a lot of us haven’t really thought much about,…

Goodbye, LogMeIn, I knew thee well. But hellloooo, TeamViewer!

It’s a very sad day when a product you’re fond of and have been using for so long decides to up and change their whole dynamic. When I heard that LogMeIn’s services were axing their free versions, it was more than a little disappointing. LogMeIn kind of holds a special place in my digital soul,…

UltraViolet Movie locker aims to let you own movies for eternity, and beyond.

Providing a piece of TechBytes to munch on. Yesterday it was announced that there’s this interesting new concept of media ownership called Ultraviolet Movie Locker. The skivvy is that any time you purchase a movie in any form (VHS, DVD, Blue-Ray, Itunes, etc.) you also purchase a sort of “Ownership Token” on that title, essentially…

The New Browserverse…

There’s been a lot of talk going around on browsers of late it would seem, as well as some buzz about new HTML/CSS standards evolving this year. Most shocking discovery yet: 52% of all web browsing is STILL done via IE (lol wut?). Firefox follows at about 30% while Chrome and Safari both sit at…