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Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars] http://bit.ly/9R6FEp (new post)

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Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars] http://bit.ly/9R6FEp (new post)

TODAY ONLY Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates $119.93 Free Ship-to-Store at REI

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TODAY ONLY Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates $119.93 Free Ship-to-Store at REI

Megaupload's data in limbo for 2 more weeks, could be erased soon

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Users who have stored their data with Megaupload appeared to have gained a couple of weeks' reprieve. The latest twist comes in the wake of our report last week on how users of Megaupload were debating suing the U.S. government for their lost data. This was followed by Associated Press...
Megaupload's data in limbo for 2 more weeks, could be erased soon

AMD Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Cards Now Available

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Maybe the Radeon HD 7970 graphics cards launched earlier this month wasn't quite your cup of tea. At $550, you should make damn sure your proverbial tea meets your tastes before you buy it. But that's the thing about graphics cards; like tea, they come in a variety of flavors....
AMD Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Cards Now Available

Kim Dotcom launches Mega vulnerability reward program, offering up to $13,500 per bug

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Kim Dotcom has officially launched his Mega vulnerability reward program that was announced last week. As we reported earlier, the founder of Mega, the newly launched file storage service, is challenging anyone to report a previously unknown security-relevant bug or design flaw. The enticement? He’s offering up to €10,000 per bug...
Kim Dotcom launches Mega vulnerability reward program, offering up to $13,500 per bug

Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars]

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Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars]

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 review roundup: (usually) worth the one grand

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Now that NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 690 is shipping through some vendors, gamers have been wondering if it's worth the wallet-busting $999 to get those higher frame rates. Surprisingly, the answer is "yes." As AnandTech notes, the GTX 690 is often almost as fast or faster than a pair of...
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 review roundup: (usually) worth the one grand
PlayStation 4 to have AMD A8-3850 processor and Radeon HD 7670 GPU?

To fight piracy, Microsoft tightens MSDN and TechNet terms again

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Microsoft is about to crack down on software pirates who exploit its generous MSDN and TechNet programs. If you're a current subscriber, you may get caught in the crossfire....
To fight piracy, Microsoft tightens MSDN and TechNet terms again

AMD intros Radeon HD 7790 graphics card for $149, promises cooler and quieter 1080p gaming

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We were half expecting AMD's next graphics card to be some sort of supercomputing colossus, given all the buzz around NVIDIA's GTX Titan. As it turns out, though, we're looking at something more subtle and just slightly more affordable: the new Radeon HD 7790. It slots into a cosy...
AMD intros Radeon HD 7790 graphics card for $149, promises cooler and quieter 1080p gaming
Mojang and Bethesda settle 'Scrolls' trademark dispute
Apple rejects game that explores the ongoing Syrian civil war

EFF Comes to the Rescue of "Innocent" MegaUpload Users

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Let's face it, MegaUpload was just as much of a popular pirate hangout as The Pirate Bay (TPB), which isn't to say there weren't some upstanding netizens using the service for legitimate purposes, but we all know what really on went over there. Does that mean non-infringing users should suffer...
EFF Comes to the Rescue of "Innocent" MegaUpload Users
Arizona’s iStores close up shop as another Apple retailler bites the dust

US's 'Cyberwar' Strategy: Making The Public Less Secure In The Name Of 'Security'

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The US government seems to be responding to "cyber Pearl Harbor" by heading out on bombing runs of its own. All the concern for the safety of the American public displayed in Congress during the CISPA push seems to have been nothing more than the empty words we expect from...
US's 'Cyberwar' Strategy: Making The Public Less Secure In The Name Of 'Security'

Amazon's 2012 bestseller list shows publishers and indie authors need each other

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Amazon released its list of the bestselling books of 2012 on Friday morning. The list is a great summary of one of the key themes in book publishing in 2012: Self-published authors and traditional publishers need each other. In October, Publishing Perspectives editor-in-chief Ed Nawotka wrote a story that’s stuck...
Amazon's 2012 bestseller list shows publishers and indie authors need each other

Kim Dotcom launches Mega vulnerability reward program, offering up to $13,500 per bug

thenextweb.com
Kim Dotcom has officially launched his Mega vulnerability reward program that was announced last week. As we reported earlier, the founder of Mega, the newly launched file storage service, is challenging anyone to report a previously unknown security-relevant bug or design flaw. The enticement? He’s offering up to €10,000 per...
Kim Dotcom launches Mega vulnerability reward program, offering up to $13,500 per bug

AriZona Iced Tea: Don't Hate Us, We're From New York

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While there's much heated discussion about Arizona's controversial new immigration laws, the folks at AriZona Iced Tea have somehow found themselves caught in the crossfire, with some even calling for a boycott on the beverage brand. That's why one of the founders of the company wants everyone to know...
AriZona Iced Tea: Don't Hate Us, We're From New York
Spec Ops: The Line's lead writer on creating an un-heroic war story

CNET Wanders Into the CBS-Dish Crossfire at CES

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Nice gadget. Bad company! That’s the message CBS and its CNET technology site have managed to send today, by banning a Dish Network device from a CES award competition. This one isn’t a huge deal, but it’s an interesting one, because it shows just how annoyed the TV networks are...
CNET Wanders Into the CBS-Dish Crossfire at CES

Stuxnet Infected Chevron's IT Network

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Chevron is just one of several energy companies caught in the cyber crossfire between the U.S. and Iranian governments and their proxies. Experts say government-sponsored cyber warfare has opened a 'Pandora's Box' that will lead to an increase in "kinetic impacts" on physical plants....
Stuxnet Infected Chevron's IT Network

China still safe for IT outsourcing, despite US security concerns, says vendor

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China's reputation for security may have been marred by recent U.S. accusations of state-sponsored hacking but the nation is still a safe place as a tech subcontractor for foreign businesses, according to one of China's largest IT outsourcing vendors. "We take security as a 'live or die' thing," said...
China still safe for IT outsourcing, despite US security concerns, says vendor

Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco caught in the Dish-CBS crossfire

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Cuoco apparently deleted a sponsored tweet touting the Dish Hopper that CBS, which airs "The Big Bang Theory," and other networks believe is illegal. [Read more]...
Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco caught in the Dish-CBS crossfire

Gizmodo Caught In Copyright Crossfire

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Gizmodo Caught In Copyright Crossfire
Ebook lending service shut down after authors accuse it of piracy

Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars]

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Caught in the Crossfire of the Geolocation Wars [SXSW GeoWars]

Revenue is the new black

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Times are changing in startupland. A few years ago all the focus was on consumer internet companies that were huge and fast successes. Twitter rose to fame for microblogging — a need the world never knew it had. Foursquare’s meteoric growth was based on check-ins, a concept that most people...
Revenue is the new black

Conde Nast's iPad Plan Gets Caught in the Apple-Adobe Crossfire

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The Wired iPad app Conde Nast showed off this month looks great. But the chances that the publisher will give its other magazines the same treatment don’t look promising. Conde is still creating a digital version of its tech magazine for the device. But the influential publisher says it won’t...
Conde Nast's iPad Plan Gets Caught in the Apple-Adobe Crossfire
Reddit's balance of power: community values are tested as a troll is unmasked

Google admits Buzz mistakes, tries again at SXSW

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A product manager from Google told attendees at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas that Google had misstepped by launching its social network, Google Buzz, too broadly and too promiscuously. In the future, said Google’s Todd Jackson, the company will pre-test new features rather than roll them...
Google admits Buzz mistakes, tries again at SXSW
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