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2014/04/19 17:38
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Soon, attack drones that can attack from ocean floor Washington, Apr 19 : The Pentagon has developed attack drones that can patiently wait on the ocean floor for years. DARPA, the Pentagon's...
2014/04/19 17:38
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2014/04/19 08:42
2014/04/19 08:42
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One of the most interesting numbers, however, is just how many of Steam’s 781 million registered games have never been played at all. According to Ars, of those millions of games, only 493 million...
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2014/04/17 19:41
2014/04/17 19:41
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Just how addicted to Steam games are Steam's gamers? All the data is publicly available for those who have the time or wherewithal to crunch it, and Ars Technica has done just that. What the tech...
2014/04/17 16:29
2014/04/17 16:29
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The fallout from the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug continues. Recently, personal virtual private network provider Mullvad said it was able to extract private encryption keys for OpenVPN from a test...
2014/04/17 12:19
2014/04/17 12:19
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Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., confers with an aide as the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights holds a hearing on "pay-for-delay" deals between pharmaceutical...
2014/04/16 20:39
2014/04/16 20:39
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Edward Snowden: From 'Geeky' Dropout To NSA Leaker Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has revealed some of the group's most carefully guarded secrets.The reporting on the...
2014/04/16 19:29
2014/04/16 19:29
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For years, Valve has been an impenetrable fortress when it came to data. Number of sales, amount of hours played, most-played games--all locked up behind a Fort Knox-like wall. Interested parties were...
2014/04/16 17:23
2014/04/16 17:23
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New data on the habits of Steam gamers has emerged highlighting some rather startling facts. Over the last two months Ars Technica has bee carefully analysing publicly-available data on Steam's users...
2014/04/15 13:19
2014/04/15 13:19
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Published every weekday, the Switchboard highlights five tech policy stories you need to read. 'Game of Thrones' sets new Torrent swarm record. "The latest episode of Game of Thrones has broken the...
2014/04/14 02:35
2014/04/14 02:35
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US record labels suing Megaupload over copyright infringementSocialby CBR Staff Writer| 11 April 2014The lawsuit is seeking damages and Megaupload's profits. Four major record labels have field a...
2014/04/11 20:29
2014/04/11 20:29
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Is the Internet broken? According to some, it may be. A newly discovered bug dubbed Heartbleed is capturing attention. As each hour passes, more information is revealed. With the desire to provide...
2014/04/11 17:22
2014/04/11 17:22
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Money talks — or at least Comcast hopes it does. The Senate Judiciary Committee held its first congressional hearing on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger Thursday, and every single member of the...
2014/04/10 05:19
2014/04/10 05:19
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Some companies go to a lot of trouble trying to keep their intellectual property and corporate secrets safe. Naturally, they're on the lookout for corporate spies and extortion-minded cyberthieves, as...
2014/04/09 15:41
2014/04/09 15:41
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NEW YORK, N.Y. (NEWSEY.COM) -- The deadline is finally upon us. Tuesday, Microsoft will pull the plug on Windows XP support and let the 12-year-old operating system fade into obscurity. On April 8,...
2014/04/08 12:19
2014/04/08 12:19
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Published every weekday, the Switchboard highlights five tech policy stories you need to read. Reddit execs Ellen Pao and Jena Donlin get serious about the site’s business. "Reddit is one of the...
2014/04/07 17:46
2014/04/07 17:46
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A lot of people have been talking about the "interconnection" deal between Comcast and Netflix and whether that deal is related to network neutrality. (It is.) This question comes partly because the...
2014/04/07 13:19
2014/04/07 13:19
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File: The Yahoo logo is shown at the company's headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif. (REUTERS/Robert Galbraith) Yahoo Makes New Push Into Video Content. In yet another example of its media tendencies,...
2014/04/04 16:19
2014/04/04 16:19
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The growing use of encryption — signaled by the little lock icon in your browser’s address box — has emerged as perhaps the most concrete response to Edward Snowden’s revelations about the ability of...
2014/04/04 12:19
2014/04/04 12:19
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Published every weekday, the Switchboard highlights five tech policy stories you need to read. Google weighs a plunge into mobile phone services. "After thrusting itself into competition with U.S....
2014/04/04 01:38
2014/04/04 01:38
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Screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET Individual privacy is a hot topic in the social-networking world right now. But have people thought about privacy of the companies, such as protection of their brand,...
2014/04/19 17:38
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