Russia might ban Skype, Gmail and Hotmail?

On April 14, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Banning services from certain countries is common nowadays, and after Google’s problems with certain governments, it appears that other free services such as Skype and Hotmail could be banned in Russia along with Gmail.

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China is blocking Gmail?

On March 23, 2011, in Latest News, Operating Systems, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

What would you do if you woke up one day, and you couldn’t log into your Gmail account and check your email? Well, it’s seems that Chinese are experiencing that problem for the last few days.

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You’ve probably heard or read that Sony is threatening to ban hackers from PlayStation Network, but this doesn’t mean that Sony has won the battle. It seems that hackers have already found a way to ‘unban’ themselves and gain access to PlayStation Network once again.

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Sony isn’t taking kindly to hackers and those that support them, therefore Sony decided to change its policy regarding action against its PS3 hackers.

Sony has released anofficial statement on the PlayStation Blog, saying that it will permanently ban all PS3 consoles from the PlayStation Network and Qriocity service if they use pirated software or any other jailbreaking tool. In order to avoid banning from PlayStation Network and Oriocity, users are advised to remove all pirated software and jailbreaking tools from their PS3 systems.

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