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PS3 Update 3.56: Sony New Firmware »

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Most people who tried to connect to their PlayStation 3 today must have noticed that their game console needed an update. The 3.56 firmware was released last nightt and you are advised to download as soon as possible.

Do not expect anything new from the firmware other than a minor security patch that has the ability to block homebrew.

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Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta Seems Promising »

Even though Firefox 10 may not come with a lot of changes, it is still very nearly perfect. The browser is more stable than ever and has demonstrated its superiority over other browsers such as Internet Explorer as well as the relatively new Chrome from Google.

One of the few changes that is being made is that the new version of the web browser will come with JaegerMoney Javascript engine extension which is exclusive to Mozilla and will be on there as a supplementary hardware accelerator.

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What Happened To WorldStarHipHop? Back »

Super rap star, actor, producer 50 Cent is once again in a controversy regarding a domain name seizure called and later posted about the action on Twitter.

It was then rumored that 50 Cent had the domain seized after reporting it to the Department of Homeland Security and/or the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agencies.

He then reportedly retracted his statements via Twitter and issued a statement regarding the manner.

It was the website’s CEO and owner who reportedly called radio station Hot 97 stating the downtime of the website on a server outage and other technical issues.

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Verizon Down: Outage In Some States »

A service outage was reported by Verizon on Monday and spokesperson Melanie Ortel informed the Huffington Post that there was indeed an outage but that the problem was resolved around 3:50 pm Monday.

The Post reports that she said the issue dealt with Hampton Roads and the surrounding area.

The subscribers in Virginia and North Carolina were out of service and it was Twitter that was swamped with reports of the outage. WTKR reported on the problem and kept customers up to date during the problem.

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Twitter’s Ad Revenue Triples »

Twitter is supposed to triple its total advertising revenue in 2011, potentially generating as much as $250 million by 2012 which is a figure taken from the projection made by a certain research firm.

This is one of the most recent valuations of the social networking company that has been valued at a total of $3.7 billion, an impressive figure even in comparison to websites like Facebook.

Back in September of 2010 Twitter had a total of 175 million users and is just one of the very popular social networking sites on the web along with the likes of Zynga, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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Hacker Sells Access To Government Websites »

An unidentified hacker is currently selling access to multiple government and university domains, going for anywhere from $50 to $500 a piece.

The breach was originally discovered by Imperva which is a specialized internet security firm and is currently trying to track down the hacker. The homepage for the U.S Army as well as the National Guard is going for nearly $500 a piece and people also have the option of purchasing various university domains.

There are also free passes to the Italian Government Website which are going for almost $100 each as well as the Taiwanese educational center which is going for $88.

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