Digital pranksters have struck again. This time with a flaw that impacts Safari and Chrome browsers on most devices (phone, tablet, laptop/desktop). NBC News is reporting the "prank" tricks people into clicking or tapping on links that will crash your browser by overloading them wi…
The Internet can be a great tool for communication, news dissemination, and entertainment. It can also be a frustrating place that brings out some of the worst in people. Some of that "worst" is an innate laziness people have.
If you mention Oregon Trail to people of a certain age, you'll undoubtedly get a reaction of excitement and nostalgia. Thanks to The Internet Archive, you'll now be able to play this classic and several hundred others for free online.
The folks behind the scenes at MIX 108 have been working to make it even easier to check out your favorite content on the go! This week we launched our brand new mobile website, which automatically loads on your mobile device when you visit us at mix108.com. Here's what's new:
Last week we reported that a horrible mom was letting the internet vote to decide the name of her child for a measly $5,000. We can now thankfully say that the whole thing was a big, stinking hoax, perpetrated by none other than the company holding the contest.
Suddenly we feel very lucky to have been born in the '80s. Back then, our biggest naming danger was being called Brandi or Lacey. One mom-to-be is letting the internet name her child, so who knows what it will be called.