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'Super Mario Bros.' Now Free and Playable in Your Browser

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October 17, 2013
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Josh Goldberg transformed the original 'Super Mario Bros.' into an Internet browser friendly version. On the website you can jump to any level, edit levels and even create your own. Just don't let your boss catch you. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.


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Microsoft Warns of Security Flaw Affecting 26% of Internet Users

Microsoft Warns of Security Flaw Affecting 26% of Internet Users

TheStreet (Apr. 28, 2014) — Microsoft has warned of a flaw in all versions of Internet Explorer which could leave a significant number of internet users vulnerable to attack. FireEye, the security company which identified the flaw, said hackers are focusing on versions 9 through 11, which means around 26% of global browser use. Hackers are targeting browser users by luring them to click on malicious websites or downloads. Once in, hackers could remotely install viruses or even harvest private information. Video provided by TheStreet
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World Leaders Gather in Dubai to Assess Internet's Future

World Leaders Gather in Dubai to Assess Internet's Future

France 24 (Dec. 3, 2012) — World leaders gather in Dubai to assess the future of the Internet. A New York police officer's act of generosity becomes an online sensation. And video game character, Super Mario, out and about in the real world…
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Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Howdini (Dec. 14, 2012) — Lots of grocery chains offer online supermarket shopping with delivery to your door. But do they help manage your buying? Personal tech expert Carley Knobloch reviews Alice.com which buys straight from the manufacturer, automatically applies discount coupons to your order, then delivers everything right to your door for free.
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Twitter Tweets Its Plan to Go Public

Twitter Tweets Its Plan to Go Public

France 24 (Sep. 13, 2013) — Social messaging network Twitter has confirmed it plans to go public. News of the planned stock market listing came, of course, in a tweet and is set to be the biggest technology flotation since Facebook last year. We also have news for fans of wizards, with a partnership between Warner Bros and the creator of Harry Potter, JK Rowling.
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