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Hacker group GhostShell declares war on Russia, leaks 2.5 million alleged accounts and records

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The hacktivist group GhostShell, which got picked up on the tech world’s radar in October for breaching 100 top university servers and releasing 120,000 student records, declared on Twitter an hour ago that it is back, after promising to return with a new project. We’re now in November, and apparently...
Hacker group GhostShell declares war on Russia, leaks 2.5 million alleged accounts and records

Tim Cook Shares Details About New 'Made in USA' Mac Model

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In his interview with Politico earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some additional details about the new Mac model that will be manufactured in the United States when it is announced later this year. Cook said that not only will the machine be assembled in the U.S., many of...
Tim Cook Shares Details About New 'Made in USA' Mac Model
Android and iOS Continue to Dominate Smartphone Market as Windows Phone Shows Signs of Life

Hacker group GhostShell claims attack on FBI, Interpol, NASA, and Pentagon, theft of 1.6M accounts

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The hacktivist group GhostShell today announced its biggest attack yet: #ProjectWhiteFox, which targets the ESA, the FBI, the Federal Reserve, Interpol, NASA, and the Pentagon, as well as many companies that partner with these organizations. The team says it has released 1.6 million accounts and records from fields such as...
Hacker group GhostShell claims attack on FBI, Interpol, NASA, and Pentagon, theft of 1.6M accounts

Apple Updates iTunes to Version 11.0.3 With New MiniPlayer and Improvements

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Apple has released an update to its iTunes music and media application, bringing it to version 11.0.3. The update updates the compact MiniPlayer, adding album artwork and a progress bar, as well as better support for multi-disc albums and large iTunes libraries. This version of iTunes comes with several new...
Apple Updates iTunes to Version 11.0.3 With New MiniPlayer and Improvements

Jumpshare launches to meet your quick file sharing needs

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There’s definitely no shortage of cloud storage and file sharing services, with major corporations like Google, Apple and Microsoft duking it out with well-financed startup companies like Dropbox, Box and Bitcasa, and nimbler upstarts such as Crate, Ge.tt and Drops also fighting for a piece of the cake. It’s amazing...
Jumpshare launches to meet your quick file sharing needs

Can Google Secure a Safe Haven for BitTorrent Sites?

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Much like Google, The Pirate Bay and isoHunt are search engines that aim to index information posted on the Internet and make it findable to their users. Google’s YouTube shows even more similarities to torrent sites as it allows users to submit content, with the only difference being that YouTube...
Can Google Secure a Safe Haven for BitTorrent Sites?
Self-Hosted File Sync Solution ownCloud Goes Commercial

Google Drive for Android updated with card UI and refined scanner funtion

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Cards, cards, cards... that's the refrain around the Google campus these days. Everything is getting turned into cards. That now includes your documents stored on Drive, too. The Google Drive app for Android was updated today with a whole new UI that moves towards the refined Holo design of...
Google Drive for Android updated with card UI and refined scanner funtion

Mega Launches: Brilliantly Secure, But Not Anonymous

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Mortal souls have to wait another day, but today members of the “press” were given an early look Megaupload’s successor, Mega. TorrentFreak was lucky enough to be one of the early-birds and here we report our findings. Before going over to the obligatory screenshot tour we’ll take a look at...
Mega Launches: Brilliantly Secure, But Not Anonymous

Apple's Revenue Per Store Visitor Hits Record High

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Apple's retail stores have been ranked as the U.S. retail chain with the highest sales per square foot for a number of years and according to a new report from Asymco's Horace Dediu, the company also outranks competitors when it comes to revenue per visitor, hitting a record high of...
Apple's Revenue Per Store Visitor Hits Record High

Apple Announces Winner of App Store's 50 Billionth Download Contest

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Apple today announced the winner of its "50 Billion App Countdown" promotion that saw the company pass that milestone on Wednesday afternoon. Word game Say the Same Thing from the band OK Go was the milestone download, with Brandon Ashmore from Mentor, Ohio making the winning download. Ashmore will will...
Apple Announces Winner of App Store's 50 Billionth Download Contest

Megaupload data safe for "at least two weeks"

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Megaupload users have been given reprieve, as the fate of their uploaded files on the file-sharing site becomes slightly clearer....
Megaupload data safe for "at least two weeks"

Megaupload data safe for "at least two weeks"

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Megaupload users have been given reprieve, as the fate of their uploaded files on the file-sharing site becomes slightly clearer....
Megaupload data safe for "at least two weeks"
Tightening MacBook Air Supplies at Resellers Hint at Upcoming Refresh
Fileboard Launches Service For Sales People To Improve Presentations And Analyze Results

Mega problems: Scammers try to make a buck, Anonymous calls for a boycott over Kim Dotcom snitching

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Kim Dotcom’s Mega launched this weekend amongst a ton of publicity, passing 1 million users after just one day. Naturally, this means many want to take advantage of the service’s popularity or cut it down to size: scammers are already taking advantage while the hacktivist group Anonymous has called for...
Mega problems: Scammers try to make a buck, Anonymous calls for a boycott over Kim Dotcom snitching

GitHub Hit With Another DDoS Attack, Second In Two Days, And "Major Service Outage"

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Services on code-sharing site GitHub have been interrupted for over an hour in what started as a “major service outage” because of a “brief DDoS attack.” This is the second DDoS attack in as many days. Yesterday, GitHub also reported a DDoS incident. In October 2012, the service also went...
GitHub Hit With Another DDoS Attack, Second In Two Days, And "Major Service Outage"

Clipboard Cuts Into Cloud Storage with New File Upload Feature

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Clipboard, the accurately-named clipping service, is getting into the cloud storage game after adding a new file upload feature that includes 1GB of free space. The Clipboard team announced the update on Monday, following a revamp of its Clipper browser plugin last month. Files are limited to a maximum of...
Clipboard Cuts Into Cloud Storage with New File Upload Feature

Hosting Undergoes Massive Changes As Providers Move Towards Platform As A Service

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The explosion of infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings has greatly expanded the ways in which hobbyists and professionals deploy web sites and web services. For about the same cost as cheapo shared hosting, you can get your own small virtual machine at any number of providers, allowing you to tweak the...
Hosting Undergoes Massive Changes As Providers Move Towards Platform As A Service
Newly Discovered Mac Malware Captures and Stores Screenshots
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