A year on the Internet
Google registered trillions of searches this year alone and a look back at a few of the most searched terms shows the highs and lows of the past twelve months. 
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Islamic State ‘laptop of death’ reveals WMD aspirations

Foreign Policy Magazine uncovered 35,000 files in laptop belonging to IS member...

Foreign Policy Magazine uncovered 35,000 files in laptop...

Thunderstorm monitoring system set up in Malta

Physical Oceanography Unit at the University of Malta teams up with German...

Physical Oceanography Unit at the University of Malta teams...

[WATCH] University racing team gears up for Formula ATA

Engineering and business faculty students team up to construct open-wheel...

Engineering and business faculty students team up to...

Malta ‘hacker’ sold details of 650,000 online betting customers

Canadian man says he purchased database of 650,000 Paddy Power customers from...

Canadian man says he purchased database of 650,000 Paddy...

Search engine delivers local results, preserves battery power

New local website powered by Google, helps prolong mobile battery life

New local website powered by Google, helps prolong mobile...

Russian crime ring steals over one billion passwords

Hackers use botnets so that vulnerable websites produce contents of database.

Hackers use botnets so that vulnerable websites produce...

Nokia Lumia 930 now available at GO

Weighing just 167g, the phone is designed to fit comfortably in your hand and pocket

Weighing just 167g, the phone is designed to fit...

Vodafone and Wind Hellas interested in Forthnet acquisition

GO plc announces Greek investment could be acquired by joint Vodafone and Wind...

GO plc announces Greek investment could be acquired by...

What’s in a game?

A group of researchers from the newly inaugurated Institute for Digital Games at the University of Malta are working hard to integrate video games into the...

A group of researchers from the newly inaugurated Institute...

[WATCH] MCAST students showcase latest inventions

Ray Attard gave the word over to students from the Malta College for Arts,...

Ray Attard gave the word over to students from the Malta...

Study says 74% of Maltese enjoy playing video games

And they're mostly men, and at least half play digital and video games two...

And they're mostly men, and at least half play digital...

GO cable disruption puts internet out for 10 hours

Major fault in GO cable route between Mosta and Birkirkara disrupts TV and...

Major fault in GO cable route between Mosta and Birkirkara...

Updated | Facebook service returns

Users all over the world were briefly unable to sign in to the social network, causing an outpouring of complaints and concern on other social networks

Users all over the world were briefly unable to sign in to...

Internet broadband grows by 5.3% in first quarter 2014

As at the end of March, internet, TV and fixed telephone subscriptions all...

As at the end of March, internet, TV and fixed telephone...

Joe Grima puts his foot in it… again

More foot in mouth from former Labour minister, who struggles with online Facebook etiquette after dubbing human rights NGO aditus "cultural rapists"

More foot in mouth from former Labour minister, who...

Update 2 | Maltese government filed 3,773 requests for metadata in 2013

Data shows that Malta is one of the most spied on nations in the EU • Government insists 'very few' interceptions were made by the Security...

Data shows that Malta is one of the most spied on nations...

Maltese kids ‘strongly influenced’ by media sensationalism on online dangers

Instead of scaring children about online, problematic situations, parents must discuss online experiences with their children and teach them about what they...

Instead of scaring children about online, problematic...