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Bieber-funded Shots of Me is the most selfie-centered social network
Bieber-funded Shots of Me is the most selfie-centered social networkShots of Me — the selfie-sharing app and social network created by RockLive, aimed at teenagers, and
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Sony's Mark Cerny: game developers have been calling for the PS4 since 2008 (video)
Sony's Mark Cerny: game developers have been calling for the PS4 since 2008 (video)According to the PlayStation 4's Lead Architect Mark Cerny, his team's biggest breakthrough wasn't in raw hardware power; it was something much more basic: conversation. At this week's New York City review event for the next generation game console, Cerny detailed the six-year journey to creating the PS4, and the surprisingly low tech revelation that could be the biggest difference between the new system and the PlayStation 3, which was notoriously difficult to program for.
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Judge rules that peer-to-peer file sharing data isn't private
Judge rules that peer-to-peer file sharing data isn't privateA federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should be no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file sharing services. In a case centered around the detection of child pornography, three defendants argued that information gained from a P2P network was illegally obtained by police without a search warrant. Police officers had used a number of software tools, known collectively as Child Protection System, to create automated searches for files known to contain images of child pornography. While the defendants sought to suppress the evidence, District Court Judge Christina Reiss denied the motion and ruled that the defendants had given up privacy by making the files available through the P2P network.
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Apple II's 35-year-old operating system is now open to the public
Apple II's 35-year-old operating system is now open to the publicIn a world of super-fast OS X and Windows machines, it's easy to forget that early desktop computers were a lot more basic. That was the case for the Apple II, Cupertino's first mass-market computer that utilized a cassette tape for data storage and just 4K of memory. Now, more than 35 years after its release, the Computer History Museum is making the original DOS source code for the iconic computer available to the public.
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LCD Soundsystem's frontman dreams of musical subway stations
LCD Soundsystem's frontman dreams of musical subway stationsLCD Soundsystem might be no more, but the man behind the chart-topping band, James Murphy, wants to inject even more musical life into New York City's subway system.
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Sony aiming to implement PS4 MP3 and CD playback after angry fan reaction
Sony aiming to implement PS4 MP3 and CD playback after angry fan reactionSony recently announced that unlike the PlayStation 3, its PlayStation 4
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Morph: a bold seating concept for flexible air travel
Morph: a bold seating concept for flexible air travelAir travel on a budget isn't often pleasant. Despite huge leaps forward in comfort for the upper classes (and the more recent "premium economy" class), the economy section of a cabin is more often than not cramped, packed, and charmless. British design firm Seymourpowell has a seating concept that it believes will change that. It's called Morph.
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Xbox One guarded by sharks ahead of 10,000 launch parties
Xbox One guarded by sharks ahead of 10,000 launch partiesMicrosoft is preparing for an elaborate Xbox One launch later this month. 10,000 retail locations in 13 countries will open their doors at midnight launches to mark the Xbox One launch on November 22nd. In New York Microsoft is planning street entertainment along with free tickets for music gigs, something the company provides regularly at its Microsoft Store launches. The Xbox One is currently submerged at an aquarium and will be presented to a customer at a midnight launch event.
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Nokia's Lytro-like Refocus app is now available for all PureView Lumias
Nokia's Lytro-like Refocus app is now available for all PureView LumiasNokia
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Faster China mobile networks to speed up Tencent profit growth
By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - Internet giant Tencent Holdings will have to wait until its biggest customers, China's smartphone users, get hooked up to high-speed mobile networks next year before its $2 billion investment on game and chatting apps really pays off. China's biggest Internet company wants clients to spend more time, and money, playing games on its social messaging app WeChat and on other platforms, and the faster 4G networks Chinese telecom firms are set to roll out are expected to further these ambitions. ...
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