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Study Finds 11% Of Americans Think HTML Is A STD! And That's Not Even The Worst Part Of The Survey!

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Considering we live in the so-called "Digital Age," you would think most people are pretty well-versed when it comes to technology! However, a recent study found that was NOT the case!!

A website known as vouchercloud decided to put Americans to the test by giving 2,392 men a women ages 18 and up a list of both technology-related and non-technology-related terms. Participants then had to try and pick the correct definition of each term out of three possible options, completely unaware of what they were being tested on.

The results were embarrassing to say the least, as they found 11% of Americans thought HTML was a STD! But the buck doesn't quite stop there as there were even more strange findings, including:

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Russian iTunes Users Shocked & Aroused By Accidental Hookers!

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We thought an apple a day kept the doctor away, but, in Soviet Russia, a daily dose of Apple's iTunes could send you to the doc even quicker!

For a refill on your Viagra prescription, perhaps!

Or to treat the chafed nuclear submarine in your undies, LOLz!!

Russian media aficionados were in for both a shock and a tightening of the pants this week when they logged onto iTunes!

Instead of links to purchase movies and albums, like they expected, there were ads for XXX porn and escort services (above)!

Whoa!! How could that happen?

The Russians sent Sputnik into outer-space — when did they lose their stranglehold on technological achievement?!

Apparently an employee goofed the code for the program and accidentally linked to .xxx sites instead of their own cache of images!

WHOOPS!

We hope the programmer isn't sent to the Pussy Riot gulag!

[Image via 9to5Mac.]

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U.S. Antivirus Pioneer & Bath Salt Addict Gunned-Down A Fellow Expatriate In Belize?

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We sure hope not!

Computer legend John McAfee (above) is wanted for questioning by Central American police after fellow American Gregory Faull was murdered Saturday night in Belize.

John created the immensely-popular McAfee Antivirus Software and was worth at least $100 mil when he sold his company, left the States, and moved down to tropical paradise.

Unfortunately, sources close to him say he turned to drugs around the same time. Now he's grown paranoid, unsteady, and addicted to bath salts.

And now, John is currently on the lam from the authorities.

Police found Gregory, a former Floridian, face-up in a pool of blood, with

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Julio Iglesias Gets Burglarized!

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Wow. People can sometimes just do the worst things!

Poor Julio Iglesias's hotel room got hit by burglars! They stole from a sweet old man!

He was performing at a concert this week when burglars broke into his hotel room and stole

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Nobody Uses Internet Explorer 6. Nobody

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Internet Explorer may finally bite the dust.

Reportedly, only one percent of PC owners use the archaic browser. Even Microsoft doesn't people using IE6.

When IE7 was introduced, IE6 was used by 80% of PC'ers. Now with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE10, it might be time to put IE6 in the nursing home.

But there are still folks out there using IE6, with 8% of non United States users on IE6.

Somebody please put the old browser out of it misery.

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Microsoft Envisions Wasteless Future With Translating Eyeglasses

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With everyone talking about Siri, robotic take-over, iThis and iThat, it's hard not to wonder where the future will take us.

And while none of us can ever really know for sure until it happens, we definitely know what Microsoft is dreaming up.

They envision a world full of technological productivity. No need for a lot of paper, more efficient computing, and eyeglasses that translate the foreign voices around you!

It's futuristic fashion, and we love it.

Watch this inventive little film above and enjoy!

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New Facebook Comment Editing Feature Causing Annoyance At First

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Facebook Changes Commenting System

If you've been on Facebook recently, and let's be honest, you have, you'll notice a small change if you've tried to comment on something.

That change is this: The "comment" button is gone!

We don't mean the first one, but the one you click to submit the comment! Instead, all you have to do is hit enter!

While this could be seen as an annoyance at first, they've done this because they've added a very handy comment editing feature. So no longer will you misspell something or immediately regret sounding stupid about something and have to delete the entire thing!

You can just click the X like you were going to delete the comment, but now you have the option to edit or delete completely!

Where's the annoyance in that, you say? The annoyance comes in the idea of hitting enter to post the comment, because that used to be for performing paragraph breaks. So until people get used to it, you'll be seeing a lot of accidental postings going on, but at least they can go back in and edit now!

To do a paragraph break, you just have to press Shift + Enter, like in a lot of instant-messaging programs.

We think everyone will get used to it easily, especially for the chance to edit!

How do U feel about this new change??

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