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Goodbye to MSN Messenger

Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger will be switched off in China in October. This marks the final end to the once popular 15-year-old service.

Topfinds: Interview with Edmonton's mayor; man fights crocodile

An interview with Edmonton mayor Don Iveson, who wants to positively transform his city. A man takes on a crocodile in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Doctors remove a 38-year-old baby skeleton from a woman in India. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

German cop in dock over cannibalism website killing

Dresden - A German police officer went on trial Friday accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists so he could make a grisly pornographic home video.

German cop to go on trial over cannibalism website killing

Berlin - A German police officer will go on trial Friday accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists.

Google Chrome comes to Cuba

Havana - Google Chrome has finally touched down in Cuba. In a Google+ post Wednesday, Google blames American export controls and sanctions that may prohibit the access of certain tools in Cuba.

India set to get .bharat domains and vernacular domain names

New Delhi - India's 243 million strong Internet user base can begin using “.Bharat” domains and web addresses in six regional languages from August 21.

Batch of Emmys already handed out; HBO leads the way with 15 wins

The Emmy Awards will be handed out Aug. 25, but many of them were already bestowed Aug. 16. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out in Los Angeles and sets the stage for what is to come.

Op-Ed: How the Internet has changed the world

Over the last decade, a massive paradigm shift has occurred with regards to the way we collect, analyze and distribute news and information.

TopFinds: Robin Williams dead; interview with a young Democrat

Beloved actor Robin Williams dies, age 63. An interview with the youngest ever Democratic candidate. An ESPN interview goes awry. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Google to lay cable underneath the sea for faster Internet

For Google, a day's work is never done. It already has cyberspace, the sky, and the roads, but now, the Internet giant is setting itself a new challenge: to conquer the sea.

Malaysia teen's Facebook 'like' prompts sedition probe

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian teenager is being investigated by police for sedition after "liking" a pro-Israel Facebook posting, sparking outrage over perceived growing intolerance in the Muslim-majority country.

Web Junkie explores Internet habits and addiction

A documentary called Web Junkie opened to limited theatrical release in the U.S. on August 6, 2014. The film explores Internet usage habits, specifically among a group of teens in Beijing who are being treated in an unusual type of recovery facility.

BuzzFeed raises another $50 million to fund expansion

BuzzFeed wants to expand, and just raised the money it needs to do so thanks to venture capitol firm Andreessen Horowitz.

Technology spurs surge in India's e-commerce

The e-commerce boom may seem like old news to some, but for those in many parts of the world, the online shopping trend is relatively new and is growing at an impressive rate.

Op-Ed: Parents cannot protect kids from sex by censoring books

Fremont - "Your Health Today" is at the center of a controversy on how much children should learn about sex from textbooks. While the amount of information it gives is significant, caring parents are a bit misguided in sharing it.

Op-Ed: Paywalls for news sites are doomed by bloggers

It's a question as old as the Internet itself: How do website owners make money from a traditionally free medium? As sites like the Washington Post erect "paywalls" to force readers to subscribe, it is time to re-examine the controversial practice.

Microsoft drops support for outdated web browsers

From 12 January 2016 Microsoft has announced that it will only support the latest copy of Internet Explorer (IE) for the different versions of Windows.

TopFinds: Shark finning in Costa Rica; a 'Jurassic' wedding photo

Demand in China for shark fin soup is destroying shark populations in Costa Rica. An Insane Clown Posse tattoo leads to an amputated arm. Jeff Goldblum helps make a couple's wedding photo extra special. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Major virtual cash heist as bitcoins are stolen

More than $83,000 in virtual cash has been stolen by a thief who managed to hijack net traffic from 19 separate Internet service providers.

Serious security vulnerability puts WordPress and Drupal at risk

WordPress and Drupal users should update their code now to seal a security hole. Users on an older framework could see their site shut down after hackers exploit holes in XML or other security vulnerabilities.

Russian criminals stole 1.2 billion user names, passwords

Hackers based in Russia reportedly stole information from more than 420,000 websites. They allegedly now have a collection of stolen info, including 1.2 billion user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses.

Google defends child porn tip-offs to police

Washington - Google defended its policy of electronically monitoring its users' content for child sexual abuse after it tipped off police in Texas to a child pornography suspect.

Signs of economic growth good news for small business

Recent reports of falling unemployment, increased production and a rise in the GDP have many cautiously optimistic the U.S. economy is on the road to recovery, which is especially good news for small businesses.

Review: New online tool seeks to find better doctors Special

Developers have produced an online and mobile service that is designed to make complex and previously unattainable U.S. government data on each doctor easily searchable in 10 seconds or less by anyone. Digital Journal took a look.

VIDEO: Bear turns lifeguard, saves drowning crow

Budapest - Its not often you see a grizzly bear appear to act out a scene from the popular television show Baywatch, but that is exactly what visitors at the Budapest Zoo witnessed recently.

Science and social media: It's all about Kim Kardashian

A scientist has created the "Kardashian Index" to measure how a scientist’s social media presence stacks up against his or her citation record.

TopFinds: American Atheist Channel launches; explosion in Taiwan

Everything you need to know about the American Atheist Channel. A series of explosions kills more than 20 and injures more than 200 in Taiwan. A killer whale at Marineland appears to be ailing. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Google says 'forgetting' isn't easy, as requests mount

San Francisco - Google told European officials that forgetting isn't easy, especially when details are few and guidelines are murky regarding when personal privacy trumps public interest.

'Woman in Black' creates Internet mystery

A mysterious woman in black is walking from state to state in America. Due to technology thousands of fans eagerly await the next pictures and news.

Op-Ed: Infamous Airbnb squatter shows risks of unregulated e-markets

The infamous Airbnb squatter, Maksym Pashanin, turns out to also be a Kickstarter fraudster. Is his inglorious rise a wake-up call to the relatively unregulated e-market industry, which ranges from Kickstarter and Indiegogo to couch-sharing startups?
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