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- ungoogled-chromium removes Google from Chromium - Posted on 2016-09-28
- The GIF is dead - long live the GIF - Posted on 2016-08-22
- Obsolesced: rise and fall of the Gopher protocol - Posted on 2016-08-13
- Moving 12 years of email from GMail to FastMail - Posted on 2016-08-08
- Dark Patterns are designed to trick you - Posted on 2016-07-28
- Twitter has no obligation to protect your right to free speech - Posted on 2016-07-20
- The history of the URL: path, fragment, query, and auth - Posted on 2016-07-18
- Facebook Messenger deploys end to end encryption - Posted on 2016-07-08
- The tyranny of messaging and notifications - Posted on 2016-07-06
- Interview: Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves - Posted on 2016-05-30
- Chrome to start blocking Flash later this year - Posted on 2016-05-16
- Vivaldi closes in on the cure for the common browser - Posted on 2016-04-28
- The web is Doom - Posted on 2016-04-22
- Vivaldi browser officially launched - Posted on 2016-04-07
- Twitter kills TweetDeck, Facebook stops BlackBerry development - Posted on 2016-03-23
- Linux Distros Don't Keep Up with WebKit Updates - Posted on 2016-02-08
- Oldest torrent is still being shared after 12 years days - Posted on 2016-01-25
- How to blow up your PR: the John Legere master class - Posted on 2016-01-09
- The website obesity crisis - Posted on 2016-01-02
- Can web standards make mobile apps obsolete? - Posted on 2015-12-29
- Internet freedom is actively dissolving in America - Posted on 2015-12-23
- "Can't sign in to Google calendar on my Samsung refrigerator" - Posted on 2015-12-14
- Tech giants say Verizon's unlicensed spectrum use breaks Wi-Fi - Posted on 2015-12-07
- France looking at banning Tor, blocking public Wi-Fi - Posted on 2015-12-07
- Dark clouds over the internet - Posted on 2015-12-02
- A two-miles-per-hour world - Posted on 2015-12-01
- US, UK abusing Paris victims to push for more surveillance - Posted on 2015-11-16
- The EU is preparing a frontal attack on the hyperlink - Posted on 2015-11-09
- UK to ban encryption - Posted on 2015-11-02
- Conde Nast to further merge content and advertising - Posted on 2015-10-28
- EU declares net neutrality illegal - Posted on 2015-10-28
- 'System shock' - Posted on 2015-10-23
- Google launches Accelerated Mobile Pages - Posted on 2015-10-07
- HP announces OpenSwitch - Posted on 2015-10-06
- Computers and the web can bring the old and new together - Posted on 2015-09-30
- From radio to porn, British spies track web users - Posted on 2015-09-25
- Yes, the FCC might ban your operating system - Posted on 2015-09-21
* On ad-blocking - Posted on 2015-09-19
- Apple's "veto power over new web technologies" - Posted on 2015-09-16
- The ethics of modern web ad-blocking - Posted on 2015-08-11
- We're heading straight for AOL 2.0 - Posted on 2015-08-05
- 'The Verge's web sucks' - Posted on 2015-07-24
- "Ad-blocking is 'biggest existential threat' to journalism" - Posted on 2015-07-23
- The mobile web sucks - Posted on 2015-07-20
- US exhausts IPv4 addresses - Posted on 2015-07-17
- DuckDuckGo has grown 600% since NSA news broke - Posted on 2015-06-17
- How an artificial language from 1887 is finding new life online - Posted on 2015-05-29
- Comcast plans to drop Time Warner Cable deal - Posted on 2015-04-23
- Twitter details new measures to combat abuse - Posted on 2015-04-21
- The Fax Machine Lives on in Japan - Posted on 2015-04-06

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