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Android roadmap leaks online, Qualcomm demands removal

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A leaked roadmap concerning the future of Android has appeared online, forcing Qualcomm company officials to demand it's removal. Technology blogs have been ordered to remove the image due to it containing "confidential and copyrighted information" posted without the authorization of Qualcomm, despite the information revealed in the image to...
Android roadmap leaks online, Qualcomm demands removal

Samsung Is Already Bragging About Its Next Galaxy Phone, Saying It'll Be Better Than The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

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Samsung's flagship phone, the Galaxy S III, has only been around for a few months, but company officials are already boasting about the next-generation device, the Galaxy S IV. In a Korea Times article that quotes a few Samsung officials and parts suppliers (without naming them), the company says it...
Samsung Is Already Bragging About Its Next Galaxy Phone, Saying It'll Be Better Than The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

Groups raise questions about privacy on Skype

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Skype owner Microsoft should release information about how much user data it gives to third parties, including government agencies, several organizations and individuals said in a letter to company officials. The groups, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Reporters Without Borders and GreatFire.org, called on Microsoft and Skype to also...
Groups raise questions about privacy on Skype

FTC set to hand Google record $22.5m fine over Safari privacy breach

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Google is reportedly set to pay a $22.5 million fine in relation to the scandal that broke out when the company was found to have overridden Safari’s privacy settings, with the potential to track Internet browsing sessions. The Wall Street Journal cites company officials “briefed on the settlement terms” who have revealed that...
FTC set to hand Google record $22.5m fine over Safari privacy breach

Riot Shuts Down Foxconn Plant, Impact on iPhone 5 Production Unclear

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Reuters reports on a riot that broke out earlier today at Foxconn's facilities in Taiyuan, China, forcing the company to temporarily shutter the plant as it cleans up the damage and investigates the situation. The cause of the riot, which reportedly involved about 2,000 workers, remains unclear, with the company...
Riot Shuts Down Foxconn Plant, Impact on iPhone 5 Production Unclear

Groups raise questions about privacy on Skype

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Skype owner Microsoft should release information about how much user data it gives to third parties, including government agencies, several organizations and individuals said in a letter to company officials....
Groups raise questions about privacy on Skype

Post to expand video content online with politically focused programming

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The Washington Post plans to significantly expand its offerings of online video content through a dedicated political channel providing at least 30 hours of programming a month, company officials said Thursday. Read full article >>...
Post to expand video content online with politically focused programming

Chief legal officer Bawa the latest RIM departure

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Research in Motion's (RIM) top lawyer has submitted her resignation. Karima Bawa will depart the beleaguered BlackBerry maker, joining many long-standing company officials who have left since the beginning of this year. Bawa joined RIM in 2000, and was promoted to general counsel and chief legal officer in late 2010....
Chief legal officer Bawa the latest RIM departure

Did bugs in Samsung's Galaxy S4 software delay its release?

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According to the Korea Times the device was supposed to be unveiled a month ago FORTUNE -- Last September, two weeks after it lost a $1 billion patent infringement verdict to Apple (AAPL) and four days after Apple introduced the iPhone 5, Samsung's home-town English-language newspaper -- the Korea Times --...
Did bugs in Samsung's Galaxy S4 software delay its release?

LG Claims Major Clients working on Flex-Display Smartphones

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It's been known for some time now that LG Electronics, the major stakeholder of LG Display, plans to release its first flexible smartphone later this year. Where the news gets a little interesting is that company officials are hinted at selling the screens to other major mobile producers because the...
LG Claims Major Clients working on Flex-Display Smartphones
Anonymous takes on Indian government, Bollywood

Proview court filings show China banks behind them

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Court documents have revealed that the trademark battle between Apple and failed Hong Kong display maker Proview is not just between the two parties, but by the banks the company now says were controlling Proview at the time the deal for the rights to the "iPad" trademark was struck. Proview...
Proview court filings show China banks behind them
Facebook computers compromised by zero-day Java exploit

It's official: Microsoft Surface headed to non-Microsoft stores

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Microsoft is going to expand retail distribution for its Surface tablet/PC devices starting in mid-December, company officials are confirming. [Read more]...
It's official: Microsoft Surface headed to non-Microsoft stores

Huge natural gas producer knocked offline by malware attack

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A liquefied natural gas plant in operation. KBR.com One of the world's biggest producers of liquefied natural gas has been hit by a malware attack that has taken down its website and e-mail servers. This is the second documented computer attack to hit a large energy company this month....
Huge natural gas producer knocked offline by malware attack

Microsoft: We're not involved in an antitrust complaint over Google+

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Microsoft is not part of any new antitrust complaints against Google+ in Europe, company officials said....
Microsoft: We're not involved in an antitrust complaint over Google+

Twitter detects and shuts down password data hack in progress

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Twitter engineers shut down what they described as an "extremely sophisticated" hack attack on its network that exposed the cryptographically protected password data and login tokens for 250,000 users. In a blog post published late Friday afternoon, company officials said affected passwords and tokens have been reset and e-mails...
Twitter detects and shuts down password data hack in progress

Samsung 5-in. Galaxy S4 smartphone coming in February, report says

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Samsung will announce a 5-in. Galaxy S4 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next February, according to company officials and executives at parts suppliers quoted in The Korea Times....
Samsung 5-in. Galaxy S4 smartphone coming in February, report says

Galaxy S4 Will Pass 10M Shipments Next Week Less Than A Month After Launch, Says Samsung

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Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, is poised to pass 10 million shipments next week less than a month after the device launched, says co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun, according to the Korea Times. The S4′s international release took place on April 27, after the phone launched in Samsung’s home market on...
Galaxy S4 Will Pass 10M Shipments Next Week Less Than A Month After Launch, Says Samsung

Sina links up with AutoNavi, Apple's Chinese maps partner, to integrate location service into Weibo

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Sina, the creator of China’s top microblogging platform, has announced a new partnership with market-leading navigation company AutoNavi to integrate location-based services into its Weibo service. The companies said the deal will allow Sina Weibo users to login to AMAP, AutoNavi’s mobile map application, and have direct access to the...
Sina links up with AutoNavi, Apple's Chinese maps partner, to integrate location service into Weibo

Cloud Providers Touting Multi-Hypervisor Support

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When Tata Communications, the Indian telecommunications company, rolls out its infrastructure as a service cloud offering in America in the coming months, company officials want to claim differentiating features in the products. And one they're hoping to include is support for multiple hypervisors....
Cloud Providers Touting Multi-Hypervisor Support

Microsoft official confirms Windows Blue, shows app update

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More details relating to Microsoft's plans for Windows Blue have leaked, in the form of a video from an internal event. The demonstration from Microsoft Research at TechFest shows a new version of Fresh Paint made for Windows Blue, as well as company officials confirming the Windows Blue codename.......
Microsoft official confirms Windows Blue, shows app update

Chinese hackers suspected in attack on The Post's computers

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A sophisticated cyberattack targeted The Washington Post in an operation that resembled intrusions against other major American news organizations and that company officials suspect was the work of Chinese hackers, people familiar with the incident said. Read full article >>...
Chinese hackers suspected in attack on The Post's computers

Nothing to see here: Samsung dismisses Galaxy S4 launch rumors

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A day after it was reported that it would launch the successor to its popular Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next year, Samsung has taken to its official Twitter account to put an end to rumors of a Galaxy S4 unveiling early next year. The tweet,...
Nothing to see here: Samsung dismisses Galaxy S4 launch rumors

US Continues To Try To Block Megaupload From Using Its Lawyers, Pretends It Has Jurisdiction Over The World

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Following some filings by Megaupload's lawyers in the US, the US Attorneys office has shot back, asking the court to deny all of the company's requests. And, it goes even further than that: seeking to deny Megaupload the ability to use the topnotch lawyers it hired. This part is not...
US Continues To Try To Block Megaupload From Using Its Lawyers, Pretends It Has Jurisdiction Over The World

Foxconn server hacked, CEO's password published

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A hacker group calling itself SwaggSec has published data from internal Foxconn servers that the group hacked into, including usernames and passwords for management officials right up to and including CEO Terry Gou. While initial analysis of the data hasn't turned up any other sensitive information, the security breach prompted...
Foxconn server hacked, CEO's password published

Facebook sqashes bug that exposed e-mail addresses for 6 million users

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Facebook engineers have fixed a privacy bug that disclosed e-mail addresses and phone numbers of about 6 million account holders to other users, company officials said Friday. The inadvertent disclosure was included in archives generated when people used the Facebook Download Your Information tool. The service allows users to...
Facebook sqashes bug that exposed e-mail addresses for 6 million users
Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach

SpaceX delays commercial cargo launch to May 19

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Work to validate critical navigation and control software forces SpaceX to delay the long-awaited flight of a commercial cargo mission to the International Space Station to May 19, company officials say today. [Read more]...
SpaceX delays commercial cargo launch to May 19

Most Outlets Duped In Rush To Cover Google-ICOA Acquisition

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Earlier today, as everyone now knows, a press release went out announcing the acquisition of WiFi provider ICOA by Google for $400 million. Though it was suspiciously short and lacked any quotes from company officials most people took it as official and ran with it. I was prepared to write......
Most Outlets Duped In Rush To Cover Google-ICOA Acquisition
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