Turkey Has Banned Twitter (from Gizmodo)

Turkey’s Internet watchdog has blocked Twitter, following threats by its Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan fuelled by the network’s ability to carry rumors about government corruption. It’s a bold and draconian move from a country desperate to join the EU—which means it joins the ranks of Syria, North Korea and Iran on a list of authoritarian states…

YOUTUBE USING 200 ‘SUPER FLAGGERS’ TO HUNT DOWN OFFENDING CONTENT (from Mashable)

With 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, it’s impossible for the site’s employees to keep tabs on the mass of content continuously pouring in. While most of it is innocuous enough, some prohibited material slips through the net, including pornography, gratuitous violence, and abuse of various forms. Full Article: http://www.digitaltrends.com/web/youtube-using-200-super-flaggers-to-hunt-down-offending-content/#!AphGs  

The last 14-inch Razer Blade laptop was released less than a year ago, and it was great enough to score a 9/10 in WIRED’s full review. A great laptop is about to get even greater, because there’s already a newer and even more powerful version of the high-powered gaming notebook. Razer is calling its new 14-inch Blade…