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Nexus Phone Pulled off Shelves Thanks to Apple

Apple currently has several lawsuits against Samsung, but up until today, very little has developed in any case. Today a district judge sided with Apple and granted the company a preliminary against the Galaxy Nexus phone. Less than a week ...

Apple Pays $2.6 million to Help Ban Galaxy Tab

According to Apple, the Samsung Galaxy Tablet infringes upon hundreds of Apple’s patents, and the company is doing everything it can to get the Galaxy Tab banned from the US. In fact, ...

Google Introduces Jelly Bean, Android Engine 4.1

Android 4.1 (also known as Jelly Bean) has been completely redone, and the response thus far has been very positive. Jelly Bean includes an updated user interface, a great new notification system, ...

Tips for Beating the Clock While You’re Working

Time is the one thing in business that isn’t infinite. Other things you can borrow, find, or make yourself, but time is the most important thing for you to manage well. You ...

The Flame Virus Has Paved the Way for More Cyberattacks, says US and Israel

The Flame virus was a huge virus that infected thousands of computers in Israel and the surrounding area. It was designed to steal data and spy on the computers it infected. As ...

Verizon’s 4G LTE Expands into Another 46 Markets

Verizon Wireless has been pounding the metaphorical pavement when it comes to fully launching their new 4G LTE network. Today alone, the company has expanded into 46 new markets with another 22 ...

Face.com Purchased by Facebook for Unknown Amount

Rumors about the companies Facebook and Face.com being in negotiations have finally been confirmed as of yesterday when Facebook officially purchased the facial-recognition software. Face.com announced on their blog today that ...

Hacker Allegedly Hacked 79 Banks and Released Customer Data

A hacker recently claimed that he hacked into almost 80 banks and stole thousands of pieces of information, including addresses, phone numbers, and names. The file was released onto the internet ...

Canadian Airport Beginning to Keep Track of Conversations

Starting next month, the Ottawa/Macdonald-Cartier Airport is installing microphones in random locations – within the airport itself, as well as in planes – in order to track conversations. The conversation tracking ...

According to Google, Government Censorship is “Alarmingly High”

In the past six months, Google has received more than 1,000 government requests – from governments around the world – to remove links such as search listings and YouTube videos. The ...

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