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WATCH: Customer Goes Ballistic And Smashes Up A T-Mobile Store After Being Denied A Refund

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New An irate man trashed a T-Mobile store in Manchester, England after he was denied a refund, reports Natalie Evans at The Mirror. He trashed the place, and even sprayed a fire extinguisher. Five police officers eventually came in to handcuff and arrest him. Here's the statement T-Mobile gave The Mirror:...
WATCH: Customer Goes Ballistic And Smashes Up A T-Mobile Store After Being Denied A Refund

Twitter Transparency Report: More Evidence That America Is Not the Greatest Country in the World

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New Sorry, sorority girl! (Photo: TVgasm.com) Twitter has taken a page from the Google playbook and unveiled its first-ever transparency report to shed light on government requests for user information and government requests to withhold content.  As was the case in Google’s recent report, the U.S. of A. leads the pack...
Twitter Transparency Report: More Evidence That America Is Not the Greatest Country in the World

In Report, Twitter Lists Zero Cases Where It Has Removed Content in Response to Government Requests

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New But requests from copyright-holders resulted in the deletion of more than 5,000 tweets....
In Report, Twitter Lists Zero Cases Where It Has Removed Content in Response to Government Requests

Buzzkill: As Twitter Trumpets New Transparency Report, Judge Deals Company a Blow

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New One step forward, two steps back. I’d call that a fairly accurate summary of Twitter’s crummy Monday. The company issued its first Transparency Report, a summary of all requests the company has received for user information, for government requests to withhold content, as well as any DMCA takedown notices from...
Buzzkill: As Twitter Trumpets New Transparency Report, Judge Deals Company a Blow
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Microsoft Is Taking A $6.2 Billion Write Down For Online Services (MSFT)

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Microsoft is taking a $6.2 billion write down for its online services division, mostly related to its 2007 purchase of aQuantive. In the release Microsoft says, "While the Online Services Division business has been improving, the company's expectations for future growth and profitability are lower than previous estimates." More to...
Microsoft Is Taking A $6.2 Billion Write Down For Online Services (MSFT)

This Startup Will Let Your Company Use Your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter Accounts

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Reachable, which launched a week ago, is a startup that's going to help companies mine their employees'  Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter accounts. It wants to use those connections for marketing, recruiting, or sales. Reachable scans public information on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other sources, to build a massive database that...
This Startup Will Let Your Company Use Your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter Accounts

Twitter publishes first Transparency Report detailing DMCA takedowns and government info requests

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Twitter says that it has received more information requests from the government in the first half of 2012 than it did in all of 2011. That’s just one piece of data offered in today’s first ever Twitter Transparency Report. The report is an effort by Twitter to fully expose how...
Twitter publishes first Transparency Report detailing DMCA takedowns and government info requests

Check Out These 9 Awesome iPhone And iPad Games You've Probably Never Heard Of (AAPL)

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The App Store is full of games. Typically, you only hear about the mainstream games like Angry Birds and Cut The Rope. But there are a lot of hidden gems. Apple's App Store editors recently released a list of apps called "The Best Games You've Never Played." We took a...
Check Out These 9 Awesome iPhone And iPad Games You've Probably Never Heard Of (AAPL)
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?