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Teen electrocuted while working on unplugged computer

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A 16-year-old is stripping down a family computer, which is unplugged. He dies. An autopsy reveals electrocution burns. [Read more]...
Teen electrocuted while working on unplugged computer

Twitter Did NOT Break News Of Whitney Houston's Death

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MediaBistro's AllTwitter blog is claiming it has an exclusive interview with the Twitter user who "broke" the news of Whitney Houston's death a full hour before the mainstream media. Here's the problem with the claim: the user, @BarBeeBritt did nothing more than simply ask "Is Whitney Houston really dead?" Sponsor...
Twitter Did NOT Break News Of Whitney Houston's Death

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, YHOO, LNKD, FB, GOOG, EA)

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Good morning! Here's the overnight news. After catching up, come back to SAI all day for live tech news and analysis. Marissa Mayer does not consider herself a feminist. Marc Andreessen is backing an app for contractors who want to rent equipment. Walt Mossberg says you might want to wait...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, YHOO, LNKD, FB, GOOG, EA)
Study reveals elusive brain damage in retired NFL players, could lead to disease diagnosis before death

PS Vita torn apart by iFixit, gets its vitals checked

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iFixit's (counter-intuitively) done it again. This time it's made gamers of the world weep by ceremoniously un-fixing a PS Vita, Sony's latest portable gaming powerhouse. Standard screws and fittings -- alongside a modular design -- made for a relatively pain-free deconstruction for these tinkerers -- especially compared to recent...
PS Vita torn apart by iFixit, gets its vitals checked

Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD spills the beans (and its guts) at the FCC

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There isn't much we don't already know about Huawei's 10-inch MediaPad FHD, revealing most of its secrets well before its launch later this month. Now that it's swung through Washington to be poked and prodded by the screwdriver-clutching mavens at the FCC, we know that the US Government thinks...
Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD spills the beans (and its guts) at the FCC
Autopsy shows 27-inch iMac is positively austere on the inside

iFixit rips apart Pebble and finds very little inside, even less that's repairable

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Generally when iFixit tears something down we're treated to scrumptious piles of technological gore. Screws, chips, connectors and all sorts of components end up scattered around the table. With the Pebble smatwatch? Well, there's not so much in the way of digital guts to pull out. Upon cracking open...
iFixit rips apart Pebble and finds very little inside, even less that's repairable

Life After Death of the Check-In

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The first generation of location-based apps has fallen short. Most consumers don't even know location apps exist, and only a tiny minority actually use them. Today's apps focus on benefits for businesses, like being discovered by nearby shoppers, but they've failed to stir customers. Can next-generation companies like Geoloqi show...
Life After Death of the Check-In

Huawei Ascend G 300 doesn't settle down at the FCC as it's only for tourists

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Huawei was cycling past the FCC's ominous Washington bunker and dropped off a basket of muffins and its latest phone. The Ascend G 300 U8815 is the latest handset to undergo the Area-51 style autopsy by our boys in blue. Sadly they weren't feeling generous enough to take the...
Huawei Ascend G 300 doesn't settle down at the FCC as it's only for tourists

iPhone 5 shortage? Hon Hai says they're hard to make

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Hon Hai, the Taiwan-based company that runs Foxconn, says the reason iPhone 5s are in short supply is because the device is just plain hard to assemble. One executive at the company spoke directly with the Wall Street Journal about the challenges it has been facing since the iPhone 5...
iPhone 5 shortage? Hon Hai says they're hard to make

HTC One X and One S on sale now in Germany, flagship gets unboxed in France (video)

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Itching to get your hands on HTC's new breed of smartphones? Best get yourself over to Germany then, as a batch of the flagship One X and its (slightly) smaller brother, the One S, are up for sale -- early. Mediamarkt is where you'll need to go, with several...
HTC One X and One S on sale now in Germany, flagship gets unboxed in France (video)

The Criminal Mind

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The scientific study of crime got its start on a cold, gray November morning in 1871, on the east coast of Italy. Cesare Lombroso, a psychiatrist and prison doctor at an asylum for the criminally insane, was performing a routine autopsy on an infamous Calabrian brigand named Giuseppe Villella. Lombroso...
The Criminal Mind

iFixit tears the MacBook Pro with Retina Display to pieces, gets a few shocks on the way

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Barely two full days have elapsed since Tim and the gang announced the gawkily-named MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and already the screwdriver-wielding mavens at iFixit have torn one apart. What did they find? The Samsung-made SSD and Hynix RAM are non-upgradeable, forcing you to decide how much of...
iFixit tears the MacBook Pro with Retina Display to pieces, gets a few shocks on the way

Samsung Galaxy S III is hot: bursts into flames and melts through its own casing

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It doesn't look good. This Galaxy S III apparently malfunctioned while in an in-car holster, causing some substantial melting and burn marks across the lower half of the device. The global HSPA+ iteration of Samsung's new flagship apparently sparked into white flames, followed by a bang. As you can...
Samsung Galaxy S III is hot: bursts into flames and melts through its own casing

King Tut’s life not so regal, autopsy reveals

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King Tut’s life not so regal, autopsy reveals

Good-Bye Netbooks - No One Is Going To Miss You

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It looks like 2013 will mark the end of the odd little platform known as the netbook. And if anyone cares - or even notices - it'll be something of a miracle. The Taiwanese hardware-sector rumor mill has new grist in its headlines this week: announcements from Asustek and Acer...
Good-Bye Netbooks - No One Is Going To Miss You
Einstein's brain now available in an app
Apple's EarPods built for durability, but audio quality is questionable

The Autopsy Of WordPress As CMS With 25 Great WP Plugins & Designs | Onextrapixel - Showcasing Web Treats Without A Hitch

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The Autopsy Of WordPress As CMS With 25 Great WP Plugins & Designs | Onextrapixel - Showcasing Web Treats Without A Hitch

History | The Friendster Autopsy: How a Social Network Dies

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What kills a social network? A group of internet archeologists have picked over the digital bones of Friendster -- the pioneering social networking site that drowned in Facebook's wake -- and we now have a clearer picture of its epic ......
History | The Friendster Autopsy: How a Social Network Dies

Autopsy Reports Released In AZ Sweat Lodge Deaths (AP) http://bit.ly/aX3Tu1 Background Info: http://bit.ly/scev3 /via @sunfellow

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Autopsy Reports Released In AZ Sweat Lodge Deaths (AP) http://bit.ly/aX3Tu1 Background Info: http://bit.ly/scev3 /via @sunfellow

Xperia GX goes through federal inspection, is still the Sony phone we want

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Sony's forthcoming 4.6-inch Android ICS slab has appeared at the FCC, and has revealed a few more details on what appears to be the company's next flagship smartphone. The highlight of the federal-sanctioned autopsy of the Xperia GX reveals an interesting point; a pentaband 3G radios capable of HSPA...
Xperia GX goes through federal inspection, is still the Sony phone we want

HTC One X gets teardown, battery unsurprisingly dominates

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While some might deem the One X's combination of svelte unibody profile, quad-core power and 720p display to be downright witchcraft, we knew differently. Fortunately, there's now scientific proof to back us up, courtesy of PCOnline, which has performed a delicate autopsy on the Chinese variant of HTC's new...
HTC One X gets teardown, battery unsurprisingly dominates
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