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Lawsuit halts US bitcoin exchange partnership

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New A partnership that sought to make it easy for Americans and Canadians to buy the virtual currency bitcoin has dissolved into a US$75 million lawsuit.Bitcoin startup CoinLab alleges that the largest bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox in Tokyo, breached a November 2012 agreement that would connect the companies' IT systems...
Lawsuit halts US bitcoin exchange partnership

Nook Tablet to Support Google Apps

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New Book retailer Barnes & Noble is adding Google's apps and online services including gmail to its Nook HD tablets in an effort to boost sales and match rivals such as Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet....
Nook Tablet to Support Google Apps

Barnes & Noble integrating Google Play into Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets

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New Barnes & Noble is adding Google Play’s full complement of videos, music and apps (and ebooks) to its Nook HD and HD+ tablets. The tablets will also include Google services like Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube and the Chrome browser. The end result is that Nook HD users will have access...
Barnes & Noble integrating Google Play into Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets

Barnes & Noble adds Google Play store to its tablets

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New The Nook HD and HD+ may not be fully 'open' Android tablets, but they're now much more open [Read more]...
Barnes & Noble adds Google Play store to its tablets

Google Play comes to Barnes & Noble's Nook HD and HD+, we go hands-on (video)

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New Barnes & Noble's refusal to open its ecosystem has long been one of our principle complaints about the company's tablet offerings. The Nook HD and HD+ are extremely nice pieces of hardware that have been held back by their own walled software offerings -- having a fast device with...
Google Play comes to Barnes & Noble's Nook HD and HD+, we go hands-on (video)

Google reveals Shawnee, Kansas, will be the fourth city to get its Fiber Internet service

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New Google on Thursday announced that Shawnee, Kansas will be the fourth city to receive the company’s Fiber Internet service. Shawnee is located just south-west of Kansas City, meaning the technology will be easier to extend than previous Fiber city announcements, but Google currently claims it doesn’t have an estimate for...
Google reveals Shawnee, Kansas, will be the fourth city to get its Fiber Internet service

Future Microsoft tablet may have 7.5-inch display, low price

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New Microsoft is aiming at smaller, cheaper tablets, as it looks to be more competitive in the burgeoning 7-inch and 8-inch tablet market. [Read more]...
Future Microsoft tablet may have 7.5-inch display, low price

When a defense contractor gets hacked repeatedly, you know cybersecurity is a problem

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New QinetiQ North America, a prominent defense contractor to the U.S. government, endured extensive on-again-off-again hacks in 2007-2010 from spies in China, resulting in the loss of many terabytes of sensitive data, including more than 10,000 passwords, chip architecture for military robots and weapon information, according to an article from Bloomberg...
When a defense contractor gets hacked repeatedly, you know cybersecurity is a problem

Google adds remote desktop Hangouts to Google+

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New The Web giant rolls out a new feature that lets users remotely control their friends and family's computers while in a video Hangout. [Read more]...
Google adds remote desktop Hangouts to Google+

BlackBerry 10 cleared for use on US Department of Defense networks

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New The U.S. Department of Defense has cleared BlackBerry 10 smartphones and PlayBook tablets for use on its networks, amid reports that the department may also clear devices from Samsung Electronics and Apple.The department has approved BlackBerry 10 smartphones and PlayBook tablets with its enterprise mobility management platform BlackBerry Enterprise...
BlackBerry 10 cleared for use on US Department of Defense networks
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