After a recent raid brought down the Pirate Bay, users are wondering where the popular torrent site has gone.


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File sharing and cloud storage service Box has reportedly filed for an IPO. Here are the facts you should know about the next big tech IPO.

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Karma sometimes comes in the form of an FBI raid.

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Procrastination: commence.

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Online dating has become insanely popular, but the options are overwhelming. This makes it simple.

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A Bitstrips like fad that is way less annoying.

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People in the greater New York City area as well as parts all over the Northeast are experiencing Time Warner internet outages.

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Like the Lannisters over the Starks, Yahoo has pulled ahead of Google as the number one force to be reckoned with on the Internet.

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Lavabit, a Texas-based secure e-mail service, has been shut down after refusing to turn over e-mail correspondences between Edward Snowden and unknown others.

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B. Scott, the transgender internet and TV personality, is suing BET for discrimination. Read on for B. Scott’s open letters as well as court documents.

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Online tech support seems like a pretty thankless job. These people make it a little worse for them. Check out some of the funniest (harmless) pranks pulled on IT!

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One day after Twitter users had a day of silence in solidarity with victims of sexist abuse and death threats, another prominent writer receives a threat.

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After three female journalists in the UK were threatened with bomb scares, Twitter responded to the surge in sexist attacks with updated abuse features — sparking a vicious war of words between feminists and hacktivists.

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Rockmelt, an innovative social internet browser start-up has been acquired by internet giant Yahoo, the company announced Friday morning.

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In a report released by MIT, the university removes itself of any blame in Reddit co-founder and transparency guru Aaron Swartz’s suicide.

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While the Internet is a well of knowledge, having that power at our fingertips doesn’t always allow us to retain it. Here’s 20 of the stupidest terms that Internet users have searched.

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