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Yahoo Acquires Hipster Mobile News Reader Summly (Like We Said It Might)

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Yahoo has bought Summly, the mobile news reader app founded by a young British entrepreneur. In a statement, the London-based company said it had bought the small outfit, which will close its app. The price was not disclosed — I will try to find out soon enough — but...
Yahoo Acquires Hipster Mobile News Reader Summly (Like We Said It Might)
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Tor Exit Node Operator Charged With Distributing Child Porn

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Not this again. Last year, we wrote about how Austrian police had seized computers from a tor exit node, showing little comprehension of how tor worked, and why the operator of the node was not responsible for the content accessed. We wondered how difficult it would be to teach law...
Tor Exit Node Operator Charged With Distributing Child Porn

Office Apps Are Coming, Microsoft Says, Just Be Patient

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Microsoft's Office Store still feels more like Goodwill than a Target - but that's not necessarily a bad thing, according to Microsoft.  If you think there are too few apps in the Office App Store, a Microsoft executive begs to differ. And as Microsoft moves closer to Office 2013's business...
Office Apps Are Coming, Microsoft Says, Just Be Patient

Naughty nuns mislead in the Hitman: Absolution trailer | Grant Howitt

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The trailer for the game Hitman: Absolution is wrong on many counts – blending fetishised women and violence is one of themThe internet pretty much caught fire on Wednesday after the early release of Io Interactive's Hitman: Absolution trailer. The gist of it is this: baldy video game killmaster Agent...
Naughty nuns mislead in the Hitman: Absolution trailer | Grant Howitt

InMoov: A 3-D-Printed Robot For The Home

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InMoov is an open-source, life-sized animatronic robot that can be built on a home 3-D printer for under $1,000. A French sculptor is developing a 3-D-printed robot which can be made for under $1,000. The InMoov is an open-source, life-sized animatronic robot which can be manufactured by anyone with...
InMoov: A 3-D-Printed Robot For The Home

Tesco signs up BBC content for its free Clubcard TV streaming service, includes plenty of cooking shows

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Tesco's recently launched TV streaming service, which is free to its Clubcard members, has signed up to a bundle of programs from BBC Worldwide. The UK supermarket, which supports its Clubcard TV with ads between shows, has focused on comedy, drama and (unsurprisingly) cooking programming, with TV chefs Gary...
Tesco signs up BBC content for its free Clubcard TV streaming service, includes plenty of cooking shows
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