SBS To Offer 400 Movies On-Demand And Completely Free

Everyone loves a freebie! SBS is satiating our need for sweet online movie content from next month with 400 titles going up completely free to you, the user.


Instragram Blackout Continues During Protests In Hong Kong

China is continuing its disturbing trend of social media crackdowns as pro-democracy protests flair in Hong Kong. Websites such as Blocked In China, which monitor the government’s censorship of online services, confirm that the blackout spreads across the country.


Yahoo Very Quietly Kills Off Yahoo

As part of Yahoo’s ongoing mid-life crisis, the company very quietly announced today that it’s killing off the original internet directory that gave the company its name.


Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge Won't Be Mass-Produced

Earlier this month, Samsung unleashed another one of its zany special projects on us: the Galaxy Note Edge, an otherwise-normal smartphone with an edge-curved screen. Well, to the disappointment of everyone who’s bored with a flat screen, Samsung have confirmed that the Edge won’t be mass-produced, and may not be coming to the US.


#HeyASIO: The Internet Reacts To Getting Spied On By Spy Agencies Who Spy

The internet is none too pleased about new laws about to be passed in Australia that lets ASIO spy on it. In an attempt to lighten the mood, the #HeyASIO hashtag has popped up on Twitter to make you laugh instead of cry at this sorry state of digital affairs.


'Dear Rupert': Google Pens Blog To Murdoch Over Piracy Claims

Rupert Murdoch, billionaire, noted Bond Villain and executive chairman of News Corporation in his spare time, wrote a letter to the EU last week complaining about Google. Murdoch has had a bee in his bonnet about the web giant for some time now, but he’s now specifically alleging that the company is a “platform for piracy”. Google hasn’t taken too kindly to that, and released a rebuttal that it has titled “Dear Rupert”. *grabs popcorn*


What It Was Like To Be Online During The '80s

Before Google Fiber, before broadband, before you got bombarded with enough AOL free trial CDs to build your family a (very pointy and ineffective) home, the internet was a vastly simpler thing. Here are two first-hand accounts of internet life in the ’80s, when porn was restricted to asterisks and dashes and the screeching sound of dial-up was music to young computer geeks’ ears.


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