theEweekly Wrap: PR firms pledge to use Wikipedia ethically, US satellite allows detailed maps images, and the Internet loses then saves Facebook.


This week in theEweekly Wrap: PR firms pledge ethical wiki edits, satellite company allowed to sell detailed pictures, and the Internet's reaction to the Facebook blackout.

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Tech world set for Brazil World Cup

With the World Cup underway in Brazil, we take a look at some of the new technology that will help to improve the fans' viewing experience during the tournament.

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theEweekly Wrap: US Secret Service wants to get sarcasm, Turkish court lifts YouTube ban, and Myspace starts campaign to win back users.


This week in theEweekly Wrap: US Secret Service wants sarcasm detector, Turkish high court lifts the YouTube ban, and Myspace wants to win back users with nostalgic ad campaign.

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theEweekly Wrap: Google reveals self-driving car, Microsoft CEO declares post-post-PC era, and Eat24 makes public Facebook split.


This week in theEweekly Wrap: Google reveals its own self-driving car, Microsoft's CEO announces the post-post-PC era, and Eat24 posts an open breakup letter to say goodbye to Facebook.

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theEweekly Wrap: UK privacy watchdog responds to Google ruling, Pinterest widens access to analytics and eBay users urged to change password


UK data privacy watchdog responds to Google's "right to be forgotten" ruling, third party marketers can now access Pinterest analytics and eBay to force users to change their passwords.

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Top 5 ways to use social for research

Is your business utilising social media? Here are our top 5 methods for getting the most out of your social media profile.

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theEweekly Wrap: Google Maps add UK public transport, England stars given Samsung phones and Aardman encourages young programmers


theEweekly Wrap considers Google Maps' news UK public transport info, Samsung's partnership with the England World Cup team and Aardman's plans to get young people interested in computer programming.

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theEweekly Wrap: Companies protest for net neutrality, Symantec says antivirus is dead, and LG reveals home appliances that talk


This week in theEweekly Wrap: internet companies protest for net neutrality, Symantec announce the death of antivirus, and LG announce a generation of home appliances to which users can talk.

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Bitcoin faces uncertainty in China, Twitter shares drop and Facebook reveals the Audience Network


Three Chinese banks have banned the use of Bitcoin, Twitter sees a boom in profits and a fall in shares while Facebook's increase thanks to new ad strategy.

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How to rank higher than big name competitors

Google's head of webspam Matt Cutts explains that content is the key to getting your new site challenging the big names at the top of search rankings.

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