How to Remove That U2 Album from Your iPhone

Sep 15, 2014 by

Apple Built a Tool to Remove That U2 Album from Your iPhone Written by  Zac Hall / Courtesy of 9to5Mac.com Apple has released an official tool to make Bono gone-o. The company has dedicated an entire support site that shows iTunes users how to remove U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence,” from their libraries. Tim Cook and U2 announced...

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Hackers post millions of stolen Gmail passwords on Russian site

Sep 10, 2014 by

Hackers post millions of stolen Gmail passwords on Russian site Courtesy of CBS News Millions of Gmail usernames and passwords have apparently been posted online by hackers — although it’s not clear how many are current. A user named tvskit posted a list on a Russian bitcoin web forum with 5 million Gmail username and password pairs,...

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Physicist discovers the best place to put your router

Sep 5, 2014 by

Physicist discovers the best place to put your router Written by Greg Seals / Courtesy of The Daily Dot Believe it or not, there’s a mathematically correct way to stream Orange is The New Black from the toilet in the far back corner bathroom of your house. No, it isn’t about your posture or your viewing angle, but rather your wireless router...

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How a new HTML element will make the Web faster

Sep 3, 2014 by

How a new HTML element will make the Web faster Today, the average size of a webpage is 1.7MB to 1MB from images, but change is afoot. Written by Scott Gilbertson / Courtesy of Arstechnica The Web is going to get faster in the very near future. And sadly, this is rare enough to be news. The speed bump won’t be because our devices are...

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A Quick Tour Of WordPress 4.0

Aug 29, 2014 by

A Quick Tour Of WordPress 4.0 Written By Daniel Pataki / Courtesy of Smashing Magazine Today, WordPress has released the first release candidate (RC) for the upcoming 4.0 version. According to the official version numbering, WordPress 4.0 is no more or less significant than 3.9 was or 4.1 will be. That being said, a new major release is always...

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Closed Aug. 21st – Aug. 24th

Aug 18, 2014 by

River Net will be closed from 8/21 – 8/24 & we will reopen on 8/25. River Net Computers will be taking a small holiday so we can take a little break from the warm glow of the computer screens later this week. We are very grateful for all of our loyal customers and unyielding support over the years. Thanks to you, we will continue to...

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10 Worst Nightmares For Web Developers

Aug 11, 2014 by

10 Worst Nightmares For Web Developers Written By Thoriq Firdaus / Courtesy of Honkiat.com Many people around me think my job as a web developer is easy. Usually they see me pummel the keyboard from home, with a nice hot cup of coffee or tea next to me. What they don’t see is what goes on in the machine in front of me. Almost every developer...

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How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s WiFi

Aug 10, 2014 by

How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s WiFi Written by Andy Greenberg / Courtesy of Wired.com Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborhood. He spent three hours exploring nearby backyards. He killed a mouse, whose carcass he thoughtfully brought home to his octogenarian owner,...

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WordPress 4.0 Is Around The Corner, Here’s What’s In Store

Jul 21, 2014 by

WordPress 4.0 is Around The Corner, Here’s What It Has In Store The second major release of WordPress is due within the next few weeks. Two beta releases have been released thus far, which have allowed me to get a preview of what we can expect when the stable version of released. If you are expecting ground breaking new features in WordPress...

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Tech Giants Make Net Neutrality Case As Deadline Nears

Jul 15, 2014 by

Tech Giants Make Net Neutrality Case As Deadline Nears Written by Elise Hu / Courtesy of NPR.org It’s not just comedian cable companies to support net neutrality. The world’s largest Internet companies — Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and others — have officially chimed in, Monday to the Federal Communications Commission, which...

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