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Best sources for cheap business cards

LinkedIn and other social networking sites may have caught hold in the professional world, but nothing leaves a lasting impression quite like a solid business card. Here's our hand-picked selection of the best sources for cheap business…
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Best web hosting companies

Looking for someone to host your growing website? Well the search is over. Here are our picks for the best web hosting companies currently itching to take on your business.
Web

Spies monitored WikiLeaks visitors in real time, Snowden docs show

As part of its surveillance efforts, the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) collected real-time data on visitors to WikiLeaks, which included country of origin, and search terms used to arrive at the website.
Web

Google to take over San Francisco work space, may upset long-time locals

Google is looking to take over a 35,000-square-foot building in San Francisco to house some of its recently acquired startups. The premises is located in the city's hip Mission district, the focal point of recent protests against several…
Computing

Kickstarter hacked, user data stolen, credit cards safe

Potentially cause for concern if you are a frequent Kickstarter user or occasional project backer, the crowdfunding site experienced a data breach of user information earlier this week.
Opinion

Are you kidding me? When you can’t tell, the Web can be a dangerous place to joke

The Internet is good for making fun of people we think deserve it. But what if we simply lack the context to know when someone is simply joking? It may be time to rethink how we judge others online.
Mobile

Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten snaps up Viber in $900 million deal

E-commerce giant Rakuten has announced it's acquired the startup behind popular instant messaging app Viber. The $900-million deal is part of Rakuten's plan to expand its global presence and could help steer Viber ahead of its competition.
Mobile

Xiaomi takes first steps towards international availability with new Redmi smartphone

Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi has announced its first stop on the road to international availability, confirming the Redmi smartphone will go on sale in Singapore on February 21.
Web

Amazon Prime price hike will hit subscriber base hard, survey indicates

Amazon likely accepts that it'll lose a certain number of subscribers if it goes ahead and increases the cost of its Prime membership, though a recent survey indicates the loss may be bigger than expected.
Computing

Motorola boss confirms he’s off to Dropbox

It was on Wednesday night that we first heard Motorola's Dennis Woodside was off to Dropbox, but it wasn't until Thursday that the news was confirmed. Dropbox's CEO said he was looking forward to Woodside taking the online storage firm "to…
Computing

Google Fiber too slow? 10 gigabit Internet is in the works at Google

Looking ahead to a future that includes ridiculously fast speed when on the Web, Google is currently working on 10 gigabit Internet and could have a viable commercial product within the next few years.
Mobile

You can now play a Sesame Street Flappy Bird clone, and it’s addictive

In case you thought the dozens of other Flappy Bird clones were enough, Sesame Street has made one too - they call it Flappy Bert. It's a fun little clone that we're guessing is its way of joining in on all the Flappy Bird fun.