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APPLE PREPARES FOR HOLIDAY REFRESH OF IPHONES TO IPADS

Apple Inc. is preparing for a busy close to the year with the debut of a new iPhone and iPad models, seeking to retain its position in the increasingly...

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PIRATE BAY OFFERS “PIRATEBROWSER” TO AVOID CENSORSHIP

The Pirate Bay has introduced the PirateBrowser, a tasty blend of Firefox and Tor with some snazzy add-ons that circumvent anti-piracy measures around the world. As a 10-year anniversary...

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IPHONE 6 SET TO BE RELEASED SEPT. 10TH

Apple has thrown out the bathwater with the new iOS 7 interface, and now it’ll deliver a new iPhone 6 to go with it. September 10th has been confirmed...

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AOL TO BUY ADAP.TV FOR $405 MILLION TO EXPAND IN VIDEO

AOL Inc. (AOL) agreed to buy the video-advertising startup Adap.tv for $405 million, marking its biggest acquisition since Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong led the spinoff of the company...

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GAME ON! FACEBOOK ANNOUNCES NEW MOBILE GAME PUBLISHING EFFORT

Today, Facebook is formally announcing that effort at the Casual Connect conference in San Francisco and they’re putting a call out for developers that are looking to participate. They...

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APPLE NEXT IPHONE MAY HAVE FINGER PRINT RECOGNITION

You may already consider your iPhone an extension of your body. And according to developers playing around with the early builds of Apple’s next mobile operating system, you may...

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IMFAMOUS HACKER BARNABY JACK DIES AT 36

Barnaby Jack, the hacker known for making an ATM literally spit out cash, died Thursday, days before he was set to show how to disable a pacemaker from 30...

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1ST 3-D PRINTED RIFLE FIRES BULLETS THEN BREAKS

A man who used a 3-D printer to make the first .22-caliber rifle out of largely plastic parts has successfully fired off a shot with the weapon. The homemade...

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SPRINT INKS DEAL TO PROVIDE SERVICE IN NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY STATIONS

In the future, Sprint customers in New York City won’t lose access to the Internet when they head underground to catch a subway train. The carrier and Transit Wireless,...

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APPLE TESTING LARGER SCREENS FOR IPHONE AND IPAD

Apple is reportedly testing larger screens for its iPhone and iPad devices, looking perhaps to follow rival Samsung’s strategy. The Cupertino mobile device maker is working with its suppliers...

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