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On The Michael Arrington Accusations

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We normally don’t cover criminal accusations against individuals without police reports or other documents filed, or significant evidence like self-acknowledgement. But we’re making an exception. TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington is facing very public accusations involving physical threats, assault and rape. Given his relationship with us this past year, and the culture...
On The Michael Arrington Accusations
Google Keep note-taking app spotted in Drive before disappearing
This $10K Chinese car comes equipped with remote control -- seriously

APK teardown reveals that the "Facebook phone" may be imminent

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Android Police Android Police have secured a system dump of the software featured on the purported Facebook phone. This reveal implies that we may see this handset announced on Thursday, April 4, at the social networking giant’s Menlo Park, CA campus. Screenshots reveal what appears to be a normal-looking...
APK teardown reveals that the "Facebook phone" may be imminent
T-Mobile's Nexus 4 will not support Wi-Fi calling

Three things that Reddit did right during the Boston bombings and why that matters

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Although mainstream media outlets like CNN and the New York Post have come under plenty of fire for the way they handled information during the Boston bombings (Reuters even fired one of its social-media editors), much of the attention has focused on what Reddit got wrong — in part because...
Three things that Reddit did right during the Boston bombings and why that matters

Android 4.1.2 announced, released to AOSP

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Google is preparing to release an incremental upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, version 4.1.2. The new version will bring stability improvements as well as a few tweaks to the user interface. Chief among these improvements: owners of Google's Nexus 7 tablet will now have their home screens rotate into...
Android 4.1.2 announced, released to AOSP

Can a refreshed Google Wallet finally take off?

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A large challenge for Google on mobile payments is still one of availability. AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon are working on their own mobile payment service, called Isis, and have resisted putting Google Wallet on their handsets. That may be part of the reason why Google is getting more aggressive...
Can a refreshed Google Wallet finally take off?

Ransomware Threatens Victims With Police Reports for Child Pornography

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Cybercriminals are using a new piece of malware to extort money from their victims by encrypting their files and threatening to alert authorities about child......
Ransomware Threatens Victims With Police Reports for Child Pornography

Car's black box may send driver from Melrose Place to prison

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When former Melrose Place actress Amy Locane goes on trial for vehicular manslaughter today, some of the testimony that could send her to prison will come from the black box in her SUV. It may show her driving 18 mph over the speed limit on a winding country road when...
Car's black box may send driver from Melrose Place to prison

T-Mobile Discontinues The Galaxy Note Two Weeks After Releasing It

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It was only a fortnight ago that T-Mobile announced it would be carrying Samsung’s Galaxy Note. Pink subscribers everywhere rejoiced in the confirmation — we’d suspected the Note’s arrival for quite a while, and a tweet from T-Mobile sealed the deal. Now, however, it appears that T-Mobile is discontinuing the...
T-Mobile Discontinues The Galaxy Note Two Weeks After Releasing It
The wait is finally over: Nexus 7 preorders start shipping today

Gmail 4.5 for Android rolling out today with multiple tabs, slide-out navigation

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Gmail's desktop inbox just went through some pretty significant UI changes, and we've just been waiting for Google to update its mobile apps with many of the same elements. The Android app, which Android Police reports is beginning its rollout today, reflects the new multiple-tabbed interface we've had the...
Gmail 4.5 for Android rolling out today with multiple tabs, slide-out navigation

A Mountain Of Paperwork Bumming You Out? Build A Custom Tablet Like This Police Officer Did

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We can't all be New Jersey policeman Marc Costa. But we can try. Marc Costa, a New Jersey police officer, found himself dealing with an excess of paperwork on the job. Up to three quarters of a police officer's day can be spent filling out paperwork, and he wanted...
A Mountain Of Paperwork Bumming You Out? Build A Custom Tablet Like This Police Officer Did

Australian Police Are Worried People Could Die If They Use Apple Maps (AAPL)

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The latest slam against Apple's awful iOS 6 Maps app comes from Australian police, reports BGR. The police issued a warning that says Apple Maps is directing motorists to a remote location of Murray-Sunset National Park, about 70 kilometers away from their intended destination. The real kicker here is that...
Australian Police Are Worried People Could Die If They Use Apple Maps (AAPL)
Google unleashes new Android Gmail app update with pinch-to-zoom capabilities

Nexus S 4G reportedly to get Ice Cream Sandwich update tomorrow

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Attention Nexus S 4G users! The moment you have finally been waiting for is hitting tomorrow. Android Police reports that the Nexus S 4G will be receiving the long awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update tomorrow, according to a screenshot of Sprint’s internal systems (seen after the break). The OTA update should be hitting any...
Nexus S 4G reportedly to get Ice Cream Sandwich update tomorrow
Steve Jobs' stolen iPad ends up in street clown's routine

Microsoft, NYPD create crime-fighting supercomputer

www.electronista.com
The New York Police Department and Microsoft have constructed a supercomputer to help fight crime. Costing between $30 and $40 million to create, the Domain Awareness System (DAS) uses a combination of CCTV, license plate readers, police reports, and live incident reports to track criminals and help protect the city...
Microsoft, NYPD create crime-fighting supercomputer

Seattle joins federal government open data effort

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This week, Seattle took a giant leap toward open data and transparency when it became one of four U.S. cities to join the federal open data portal data.gov at cities.data.gov. As reported by govtech.com, Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago and New York now have a great amount of data available for...
Seattle joins federal government open data effort

'Google Keep' note-taking tool means new competition for Evernote, Microsoft

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Microsoft has made its OneNote note-taking application a key part of its larger cloud strategy for Microsoft Office, attempting to challenge Evernote as a way for users to sync to-do lists and notes across devices. Now it looks like Google is headed in this direction, as well (again). Some sleuthing...
'Google Keep' note-taking tool means new competition for Evernote, Microsoft

Ransomware threatens victims with police reports for child pornography

www.computerworld.com
Cybercriminals are using a new piece of malware to extort money from their victims by encrypting their files and threatening to alert authorities about child pornography being stored on their computers, according to security researchers from antivirus firm Sophos....
Ransomware threatens victims with police reports for child pornography
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