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2015/05/29 18:39
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It's a bit like waking up on Christmas morning and finding presents under the tree, but the "presents" are just empty boxes. At least, that's how some U.K. gamers might be feeling right...
2015/05/29 18:39
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2015/05/29 11:18
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Google is already working on a new mobile payments service. The company announced that it was going to start testing completely "hands-free" payments in a session on Android Pay at Google's I/O...
2015/05/29 10:12
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The Insecam website spies on thousands of people worldwide and collects their personal data. The footage is provided with the cameras installed at homes, offices, parking spaces and stores. Also,...
2015/05/29 09:39
2015/05/29 09:39
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Their work has been published this month in the open access journal, Frontiers in Psychology. Their study, "A truly human interface: interacting face-to-face with someone whose words are determined by...
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2015/05/28 13:46
2015/05/28 13:46
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The time is nearly upon us. The tickets have long sold out. Google I/O, the search giant's annual developer conference, kicks off today and promises a peek at what Google has in store for 2015. All...
2015/05/28 12:51
2015/05/28 12:51
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Edward Snowden wasn’t always a controversial whistleblower. Way back in 2001, when he was 17 or 18, he tried his hand at amateur modeling. He posted these images from a shoot by an unamed Model...
2015/05/28 12:08
2015/05/28 12:08
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Share This article For the past 16 years, SourceForge — also known as “That one website people used before Github” — has been a repository of open-source software projects and code. Yesterday, the...
2015/05/28 10:45
2015/05/28 10:45
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Don't complain too much when temperatures rise this summer, because it used to be worse. A lot worse. Some 3.3 billion years ago, monster asteroids -- in some cases bigger than Rhode Island --...
2015/05/27 22:24
2015/05/27 22:24
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Ars Technica reports that the "CoreText" bug is caused a combination of ASCII and unicode characters, starting with the word "effective." Receiving the text causes the iPhone to crash. To prevent...
2015/05/27 22:08
2015/05/27 22:08
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Newsbrief: A full SDK for the Apple Watch will be released soon, as a beta -- with a full release in the fall, reports Ars Technica. The news comes from Apple SVP of operations, Jeff Williams, who...
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2015/05/27 17:08
2015/05/27 17:08
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Share This article Over the past week, there’s been a storm brewing over the state of optimizations for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Things kicked off with a statement from CD Projekt Red’s Marcin...
2015/05/27 00:18
2015/05/27 00:18
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Man Claims Nintendo Wii Burnt Down His RV (Courtesy of KKTV) (Ars Technica) – While it’s not entirely unusual to hear about gadgets starting fires in the home—particularly when it comes to gadgets...
2015/05/27 00:14
2015/05/27 00:14
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Financial details of the size of the deal, which was reportedly all-stock, have not been disclosed. Re/code launched in January 2014 by Swisher and Mossberg and a number of their colleagues from...
2015/05/26 20:19
2015/05/26 20:19
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The sexual orientations and personal details of millions of Internet users may have been exposed in an alleged breach of a social networking site aimed at intimate encounters. But it's just the latest...
2015/05/26 15:04
2015/05/26 15:04
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Charter Communications has struck a deal to buy its larger rival Time Warner Cable (TWC) for $56.7 billion, a partnership that would make it the nation's second largest broadband provider after...
2015/05/25 19:34
2015/05/25 19:34
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Tuesday, May 26, 2015Cleaning your Android phone by pressing the factory reset button does not wipe out all data, computer scientists have found. In the first comprehensive study into the...
2015/05/25 15:31
2015/05/25 15:31
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A British bus setting a new land-speed record of 76.8 miles per hour is a mildly interesting story, but not one that would be expected to garner many headlines – except for the fact that the vehicle...
2015/05/25 04:49
2015/05/25 04:49
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But NASA Denies That The Hack Occurred Security company founder Chris Roberts, who is being investigated by the FBI for his claim that he hacked into an airliner's flight control system through the...
2015/05/23 20:59
2015/05/23 20:59
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... to 500 million Andriod users who use or have used Android software could be at risk from having personal information shared after tests revealed it’s impossible to clear data from many devices,”...
2015/05/23 14:21
2015/05/23 14:21
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Personal details of 500million Android users at risk: Researchers find it is impossible to completely clear data from handset when changing phone Emails, texts, pictures, videos and apps can all be...
2015/05/29 18:39
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