Snapzu: A year in review and what to expect in 2015!

Snapzu: A year in review and what to expect in 2015!

In 2014, our first entire year of operations, we welcomed over 5,000 new members and even more casual readers and lurkers. Our members posted over 80,000 snaps, 100,000 comments, and countless amounts of other activity. We realize this may seem like peanuts when compared to other established services, but after all, every community (however large it may become) has to start somewhere. Our team is dedicated, hungry, and always looking to improve as we ever so diligently aim to raise the bar.

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First Ebola boy likely infected by playing in bat tree

First Ebola boy likely infected by playing in bat tree

The Ebola victim who is believed to have triggered the current outbreak – a two-year-old boy called Emile Ouamouno from Guinea – may have been infected by playing in a hollow tree housing a colony of bats, say scientists.

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Lizard Squad’s Xbox Live, PSN attacks were a ‘marketing scheme’ for new DDoS service

Lizard Squad's Xbox Live, PSN attacks were a 'marketing scheme' for new DDoS service

The devastating Christmas Day attacks against the gaming networks of Sony and Microsoft were a marketing scheme for a commercial cyberattack service, according to the hackers claiming responsibility for the attacks.

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Genome Sequencing in Babies to Begin as Part of Study

Genome Sequencing in Babies to Begin as Part of Study

Genome sequencing of infants could provide doctors and parents data likely to reveal a wider range of potential medical risks than the traditional heel-prick test. Most of the human genome remains a mystery, and it isn’t certain doctors will know how to interpret the information sequencing provides.

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