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Chinese pirates create web-based pirate app store

Intel's Ivy Bridge: An HTPC Perspective

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Towards the end of June 2011, we saw AMD trying to create a HTPC friendly solution in the Llano series. By pairing a GPU with the CPU in the same die, users could obtain HTPC functionality (hardware decode and video post processing) without the need for a discrete GPU....
Intel's Ivy Bridge: An HTPC Perspective

Nextag CEO: Google Is A Monopoly; Google: You’ve Got Plenty Of Choice

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Comparison shopping engine Nextag and its CEO Jeffrey Katz have been at the forefront of accusing Google of being a monopoly and abusing its position to crush smaller competitors. Today, the Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece by Katz that accuses Google of not just promoting its own services...
Nextag CEO: Google Is A Monopoly; Google: You’ve Got Plenty Of Choice

Barnes & Noble cuts Nook tablet prices in US by 30% for Mothers Day, Nook HD+ now $179

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Barnes and Noble is once again cutting the price of its flagship Nook HD+ and Nook HD tablets which are reduced by up to 30 percent in the US as part of a Mothers Day offer. The short-term deal — which covers Nook.com and physical retail outlets — sees the cost...
Barnes & Noble cuts Nook tablet prices in US by 30% for Mothers Day, Nook HD+ now $179
T-Mobile strikes back at AT&T attack ads

Barnes & Noble is prepared to give you a free e-reader if it means you'll buy the NOOK HD+ tablet

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Barnes & Noble is so desperate to sell its flagship NOOK HD+ tablet, that it’s now prepared to throw in a NOOK Simple Touch e-reader for free. The company, which is known for its chain of brick-and-mortar bookstores in the United States, is no doubt realizing that its window for success...
Barnes & Noble is prepared to give you a free e-reader if it means you'll buy the NOOK HD+ tablet

Google: Nobody Uses That Privacy Standard Microsoft Is Complaining About, Because It's Stupid (GOOG, MSFT)

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Google has responded to Microsoft's accusation that it bypassed a privacy setting in Internet Explorer. The full response is below, but here's the basic gist of it: The privacy standard that Microsoft is talking about, P3P, is outdated and doesn't work for the modern Web. Lots of other sites,...
Google: Nobody Uses That Privacy Standard Microsoft Is Complaining About, Because It's Stupid (GOOG, MSFT)

Librarian Of Congress Shoots Back At White House Over Phone Unlocking: We're Just Doing Our Job

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Following the White House officially coming out and saying that mobile phone unlocking should be legal, the Librarian of Congress has issued what feels like a passive aggressive response, basically saying that their job is not to consider the public policy, but just to follow the specific rules under the...
Librarian Of Congress Shoots Back At White House Over Phone Unlocking: We're Just Doing Our Job

Probation officers face social media gag as outsourcing row rumbles on

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Justice secretary tells staff they risk disciplinary action if they publicly 'undermine' plan to outsource their work with offendersThe justice secretary, Chris Grayling, has issued instructions that probation officers face the risk of disciplinary action if they publicly criticise on Twitter or other social media his plans to outsource 70%...
Probation officers face social media gag as outsourcing row rumbles on
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