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Salmon Confidential, a fish out of water
In early March of this year, documentarian Twyla Roscovich released a feature film titled Salmon Confidential
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  • Updated Jun 6th, 2013 by Paul T
Getting Firefox 4 plugins working with Firefox 5
So it's been a couple of weeks since Mozilla released Firefox 5.0 and you're still waiting for your beloved plug-ins to become available?
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  • Updated Jul 5th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Firefox 5 out rather soon after 4 was released
If you're a Firefox user, you may have recently been notified of an update to the software letting you know that it is now recommended to upgrade to the latest stable version of Firefox 5. Did you blink twice?
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  • Updated Jun 23rd, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Eastlink drops usage based billing
According to a twitter statement by the Eastern Canadian cable Internet provider, the company said usage-based-billing will not apply to their customers on the 15/Mbit plan for $62.95.
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  • Updated Jun 8th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Can Sony ultimately be trusted with your personal data?
Following one of the largest security breaches in online history when Sony's PS3 servers were hacked and left open, Sony now faces some serious questions not just from users of their Playstation Network
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  • Updated May 20th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Canadians less likely to pirate software
According to the Business Software Alliance, piracy rates in Canada continue to fall, despite the fact that sharing software on the Internet in Canada remains clouded in legal limbo.
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  • Updated May 15th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Use a Playstation 3 Sixaxis controller on Windows 7
This guide will show you how to use a Playstation 3 controller on your Windows PC.
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  • Updated May 9th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Playstation still down, time for users to migrate?
As you have probably already heard, Sony has experienced many attacks on its Playstation Network, including the theft of over 77 million (recently reported as higher) credit card records.
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  • Updated May 8th, 2011 by Christian Ericssen
Why was the PlayStation Network hacked?
Apparently Sony tried to get some hackers arrested earlier this year for hacking their PS3s. This had nothing to do with the network infrastructure. There was a feature that Sony removed from the PS3 in their latest firmware update - called "OtherOS"
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  • Updated Apr 29th, 2011 by mentalfloss
Pirate Party plans to offer Canadians VPN service
After opening the way for users in politically controversial countries to access the Internet via Virtual Private Network (VPN), the Canadian Pirate Party has announced a new service aimed at Canadians.
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  • Updated Apr 23rd, 2011 by Tech Staff
Shaw boosting Internet speeds
Western-Canadian giant Shaw has promised to boost speeds for its cable-based high-speed Internet service.
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  • Updated Apr 20th, 2011 by Christian Ericssen
Why usage based billing is unfair
I think for anyone to choose a side in this debate, they must understand why "data usage" is not the same as "bandwidth".
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  • Updated Feb 12th, 2011 by Reprobus
Bell scams customers with inflated usage billing
After a massive online campaign against Bell and its tactic of using regulator CRTC to dictate competitors' pricing models, media outlets across the country are reporting Bell's inflated data usage charges.
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  • Updated Feb 9th, 2011 by Christopher Walsh
Internet restored in Egypt
At around 10:30GMT (4:30am EST), Internet service appears to have been restored in Egypt amid protests in key cities throughout the country.
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  • Updated Feb 2nd, 2011 by Editing Staff
RockMelt enters limited beta
A brand new Internet browsing experience is born with the limited beta launch of a new social media browser called RockMelt.
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  • Updated Nov 8th, 2010 by Tech Staff
Broadband Internet in rural areas to cost $7 Billion
Canada's pricetag for universal broadband access is C$7 Billion says MTS Allstream.
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  • Updated Oct 27th, 2010 by Editing Staff
Limewire ordered shut down
The well-known file-sharing client Limewire has been ordered shut down by a U.S. federal court today after the music industry in America filed a lawsuit.
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  • Updated Oct 26th, 2010 by Tech Staff
Sony marks the beginning of a new era; Internet TV powered by Google
On Tuesday, Sony officially launched several high-def television sets and a Google-TV-powered Blu-ray player in its entry into the Internet TV market, expected to gradually expand over the next year.
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  • Updated Oct 13th, 2010 by Christian Ericssen
PS3 system hacked; Backups, homebrew and emulation now possible
In a surprising turn of events last month, Sony's Playstation 3 (PS3) console was effectively hacked through an exploit in its booting process. With the weeks following, a slew of Internet tutorials ...
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  • Updated Sep 30th, 2010 by Christian Ericssen
Playstation 3.40 now live with new features
Sony has updated the Playstation Blog today with details about the next firmware (v3.40) update for the Playstation 3. The update adds a few major features to the consoles operating system.
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  • Updated Jun 28th, 2010 by Christian Ericssen
Who's to blame for Computer Viruses?
Blame for the recent proliferation of Windows viruses has been attributed to the indiscipline of computer users, but high-profile voices are at last speaking up in our defence.
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  • Updated Jul 25th, 2007 by Alistair Dabbs
Internet Explorer: Internet Exploited?
Internet Explorer is used among over 90% of Internet users everyday, whether it be for looking at sites, doing their online banking or reading articles, but what you might not see is what can get you.
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  • Updated Jul 6th, 2005 by Michael Levy
Canada plays neutral in file-sharing war
The recent ruling, File-sharing legal in Canada, has brought some attention to the community of filesharing worldwide -- all the way to Canada. Canada is seemingly becoming a pirate's haven, with full availability of broadband access and laws which do not prohibit Canadians' freedom to download as much as they want.
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  • Updated May 29th, 2004 by Christopher Walsh
Microsoft Office: Troubled times ahead?
One of the most popular office software, Microsoft Office, has been the standard for companies to do their work on. Whether it is spreadsheets, documents or even presentations, MS Office was the only tool that was widely accepted.
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  • Updated Feb 28th, 2003 by Michael Levy
Preventing Viruses
This article is going to discuss the easiest ways that you can protect your PC with some easy to follow tips and whatnots to make sure your computer is not infected by viruses
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  • Updated Feb 14th, 2003 by Michael Levy