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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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Re: Gamification: What If the Game Is Over?  Peter Eckert  2013-01-05 11:50:22
Re: Gamification: What If the Game Is Over?  Treepodia  2013-01-06 11:12:24
Re: Getting Over Big Data Fatigue in the C Suite  Steven Maxwell  2012-12-08 08:48:35
Re: Getting Over Big Data Fatigue in the C Suite  Treepodia  2012-12-30 13:22:13
Re: Getting Over Big Data Fatigue in the C Suite  wilcoxaj  2012-12-14 14:50:24
Re: Mad-as-Hell Instagram User Takes Fight to Court  Erika Morphy  2012-12-30 13:15:52
Re: Mad-as-Hell Instagram User Takes Fight to Court  Treepodia  2012-12-30 13:16:42
Re: E-Reading Revolution Is Rewriting Publishing Rules  Rachelle Dragani  2012-12-30 13:12:26
Re: E-Reading Revolution Is Rewriting Publishing Rules  Treepodia  2012-12-30 13:13:34
Re: USPTO Hits Apple Where It Hurts  Erika Morphy  2012-12-25 21:00:29
Re: USPTO Hits Apple Where It Hurts  GloriaGrey  2012-12-25 21:03:10
Re: Facebook to Place In-Your-Face Video Ads in News Feeds  Vivian Wagner  2012-12-20 01:07:18
Re: Facebook to Place In-Your-Face Video Ads in News Feeds  Treepodia  2012-12-23 14:27:03
Re: iPhone, Android or Something Completely Different?  Jeff Kagan  2012-12-20 13:34:30
Re: iPhone, Android or Something Completely Different?  Treepodia  2012-12-23 14:16:01
Re: iPhone, Android or Something Completely Different?  Mixx  2012-12-20 15:00:27
Re: Social Media Ripe for Savvy Advertising  Erika Morphy  2012-12-05 01:20:54
Re: Social Media Ripe for Savvy Advertising  anjohnson123  2012-12-19 13:59:39
Re: Getting Physical With Online Shopping  Kelly Shermach  2007-04-28 10:49:21
Re: Getting Physical With Online Shopping  patrickmorgan  2012-12-17 19:57:21
Re: F-Commerce: Business Boom or Bust?  Mark Venezia  2012-10-18 08:59:50
Re: F-Commerce: Business Boom or Bust?  Treepodia  2012-12-16 12:12:32
Re: Facebook May Win Sponsored Stories Settlement - but the Ads Don't Work  Erika Morphy  2012-12-05 18:36:12
Re: Facebook May Win Sponsored Stories Settlement - but the Ads Don't Work  Treepodia  2012-12-16 12:01:03
Re: Preventing a BYOD Free-for-All  Dana Gardner  2012-11-19 05:56:55
Re: Preventing a BYOD Free-for-All  maguirebutch  2012-12-09 18:51:47
Re: Shore Up Before the Next Disaster Strikes  Jeff Kagan  2012-12-05 11:00:45
Re: Shore Up Before the Next Disaster Strikes  fortymagic  2012-12-05 11:03:23
Re: Getting Out There: Strategies for Social Media Advertising  Vivian Wagner  2012-12-05 10:50:16
Re: Getting Out There: Strategies for Social Media Advertising  fortymagic  2012-12-05 10:58:56
Re: Google's BufferBox Buy Could Horn In on Amazon's Locker  Rachelle Dragani  2012-12-05 01:25:36
Re: Guidelines Aim to Check Aggressive Mobile Ads  Vivian Wagner  2012-11-28 21:53:47
Re: Guidelines Aim to Check Aggressive Mobile Ads  KenardTaylor  2012-11-28 21:56:46
Re: Windows 8 Is Too Much, Too Soon for Many Users  Jeff Kagan  2012-11-24 06:10:08
Re: Windows 8 Is Too Much, Too Soon for Many Users  MrFriendly  2012-11-28 11:58:09
Re: Windows 8 Is Too Much, Too Soon for Many Users  dajunga  2012-11-24 07:41:12
Re: The Next IBM: Companies That Could Pass the Century Mark  Peter Suciu  2012-11-28 10:15:51
Re: The Next IBM: Companies That Could Pass the Century Mark  MrFriendly  2012-11-28 11:52:17
Re: Slippery Statistics Suggest Online Piracy Is on the Wane  Erika Morphy  2012-11-08 16:11:27
Re: Slippery Statistics Suggest Online Piracy Is on the Wane  ethicalfan  2012-11-08 16:14:17
Re: Mobile Gains Greater Ad Share, Sparks Innovation  Rachelle Dragani  2012-10-22 04:58:11
Re: Mobile Gains Greater Ad Share, Sparks Innovation  KenardTaylor  2012-11-04 15:21:34

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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.