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Mind Blowing: Google+ VS Facebook [GIF]

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 07:01


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Procomm Plus BB to Facebook Mobile: Key Internet Communication Changes

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 06:58
If teen pop sensation Justin Bieber were to shave his head right now, you would not only learn about it within minutes, but would also have access to photos and video of the incident, no matter where in the world you lived.


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HP Touchpad: Just Another Inferior iPad Imitator?

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 06:57
Yet another new tablet is challenging Apple's dominance — but this one may be the most worthy competitor yet.


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Chrome Extension Lets You Grab Your Facebook Contacts Data

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 06:23
Chrome extension lets you grab your Facebook contacts data and export to either Gmail or your Google+ account.


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Meet NASA’s Next Mars Rover

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 06:16
At 10 feet long, weighing almost a ton, and equipped with a laser and percussive drill for shattering earth and rocks, Curiosity is our best hope yet of finding signs of life on Mars.


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6 Ways to Find Your Stolen Laptop

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 05:47
If your laptop is ever lost or stolen, this security software will work hard to protect your precious data and help you recover the device.


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Richard Stallman Urges Rejection of Anti-Piracy Web Blocking

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 05:08
Under Italian government legislation, telecommunications agency AGCOM will have to take responsibility for dealing with Internet content deemed illicit by entertainment companies. To that end, AGCOM is about to give itself the power to remove content and block websites without the need for any legal process. According to free software guru Richard Stallman, Italians should use “what’s left of their democracy” to oppose such measures.


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Motorola DROID 3 Images Surface Before Launch [w/PICS]

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 04:52
Motorola's DROID continues its run on the rumor wagon, even as the release of its newest member, DROID 3, is nearing. First on the cards is a bunch of leaked images of the DROID 3, from Verizon’s site. See them here.


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Electronic Devices to Cost Less? Japan Discovers Rare Earths in Pacific

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 04:29
Some people may say “So what?” but those who think about it see the costs of smartphones and other electronics devices coming down.


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Hackers Target Apple

Tue, 2011/07/05 - 01:11
The vulnerability of 225 million iTunes credit card accounts has been grossly exaggerated


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Hackers Select a New Target: Other Hackers

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 22:48
In a fractious free-for-all, rival hackers engage in tit-for-tat attacks on each other, often for no better reason than to outwit the other guy.


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Unlicensed: Are Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player illegal?

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 18:36
Apple paid up, but Amazon and Google did not, announcing cloud music services without the major labels' blessing. Who was right? Ars digs into the history of music lockers and explores when they might be legal under copyright law.


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BitTorrent Admin Continues Fight Against Police Abuse

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 16:29
At the beginning of 2011 two administrators of FileSoup – the longest standing BitTorrent community – had their case dropped by the authorities and were free men once again. But that was not the end of the story for one of the admins.


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Google Loses Access to Twitter Stream, Suspends Realtime Search

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 14:30
Sometime on the morning of July 3rd, Google Realtime Search mysteriously went offline and, assuming it was just another example of things breaking on a holiday weekend, most tech publications ignored it. Well as it turns out the reason behind its disappearance was not so mysterious, on July 2nd Google's access to Twitter's special firehose expired and it pulled the feature in order to rethink its strategy. Bing, which had a similar deal with Twitter still has access to the firehose.


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The Two Faces of Hacking (CHART)

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 14:20
Some hackers use software and hardware to express themselves creatively—either solving entirely novel technical challenges or finding new ways to skin the same old cats. Others are motivated by money, power, politics, or pure mischief. They steal identities, deface Web sites, and break into supposedly secure and certainly sensitive databases.


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Apple becomes latest ‘Anonymous’ hacker target

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 11:13
Notorious hacker collective “Anonymous Operations” on Sunday published data it claims to have obtained by breaching a server belonging to Apple. The data, which consisted of 27 usernames and passwords, was allegedly taken from surveys stored on an Apple server.


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Why Google+ could find a home in the workplace

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 11:09
Last week, Google rolled out a largely well-received beta of its new social networking platform, Google+. Having played with Google+ over the last few days, I think that it may find a home in a perhaps unexpected market: the workplace.


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Maths powers Google bid strategy

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 09:28
Google drew on mathematical constants and astronomical units while bidding for a pool of mobile phone patents.


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The tablet will be the center of the connected lifestyle

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 08:10
Tablets are taking our entertainment experience in a new direction, and in the next two-to-five years, the tablet could serve as your secondary video screen or universal remote control. All of which means that the future of the digital home is already here.


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10 Robust Sites To Determine How Fast Any Web Page Loads

Mon, 2011/07/04 - 05:59
Read about each of the ten entries and determine yourself that how all of these are different and unique with each others.


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