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Popcorn Time Offers Smooth-as-Butter Streaming


Popcorn Time, known as the "Netflix for Pirates," has introduced a browser-based service that lets users play streaming videos without having to download anything. The videos play on the company's servers. However, the browser-based service does not include a built-in virtual private network, a feature of the downloadable Popcorn Time app. Most of the videos stream in HD.
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Containing the Zombie Malware Outbreak


Containing a program prevents malware from installing any botnets or other zombie utilities on your system. If the program turns out to be malicious, no harm is done. While blacklists cannot protect against these new zombie threats because they haven't yet been identified, a container can. If an exploit downloads malicious software while in a sandbox, it will be isolated and unable to spread.
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* * Topic  Posts  Last post  Date
Re: What Online Shoppers Expect - Today 4  J. Randy Ford   2002-01-05 16:18:10 
MLM/direct sales/ network marketing 1  Jon Anderson   2002-01-05 14:57:31 
Re: Web Services: Hurdling the Hype 2  Shishir GARG   2002-01-04 17:15:58 
Re: If You Can't Join 'Em, Beat 'Em 2  Chad   2002-01-04 13:03:48 
Re: E-Commerce 2002: Where Will the Axe Fall? 2  Jon   2002-01-02 19:48:48 
Re: RCA To Sell Consumer Electronics Online 4  Alice Merlone   2002-01-02 18:20:51 
Re: PayPal To End Dot-Com IPO Drought 5  James   2002-01-02 13:43:47 
Re: EBay Ends 'Auction for America' Well Short of Goal 4  John   2002-01-01 17:44:40 
Re: Whatever Happened to Dot-Com Stunts? 4  mary   2001-12-31 19:16:26 
Re: Circuit City Next to Take Electronics Online 3  www.HOTMALL1.com   2001-12-31 03:40:43 
Re: The Quick and Dirty on Adult E-Commerce 3  Nick   2001-12-29 10:08:54 
Re: E-Commerce Surge Sinks PayPal 2  na na   2001-12-28 21:04:09 
Re: B2B's Future Goes Beyond Commerce 2  ed horne   2001-12-28 16:47:54 
Re: Survival of the Internet's Sneakiest Grocer? 4  former_dot_commer   2001-12-28 12:43:25 
Re: E-Bill Payment: Is the Check Really in the Mail? 6  Alan Y   2001-12-28 10:03:09 
Re: Blind Online Shoppers Deserve Attention 2  dan_39   2001-12-27 02:12:11 
Re: Car Dealers Look For an Online Jump Start 3  Garland Coulson   2001-12-26 14:45:48 
Re: AOL Offers Flat-Rate Net Access in UK 2  Linda Green   2001-12-26 05:03:41 
Re: 7-Eleven Steps Further Into Online Banking 2  john   2001-12-25 07:42:51 
Re: U.S. Settles Web Pyramid Scheme Case Against Bigsmart.com 2  Viviana Muhammad   2001-12-24 17:16:40 

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.