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AT&T has come under fire in the past for blocking video chatting services and strong arming customers into abandoning their unlimited packages to use them.
Last week the hacker collective Anonymous began advertising another one of their “campaigns” to attack the US government as a form of protest. Taking to Twitter, the group said they planned to “disrupt activities” at US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay in protest of the way prisoners have reportedly been treated there.
The ink hardly had time to dry on Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr when CEO Marrisa Mayer took the stage in New York to announce a brand new Flickr redesign, complete with larger images and an entire terabyte of cloud storage offered to every user.
While the Xbox 360 system won’t exactly be put out to pasture for a little while, this holiday season will see the arrival of the Xbox One, which Microsoft promises will usher in a new generation of games, TV and entertainment.
Technology news website Ars Technica says it discovered that Microsoft may be snooping into those private messages being sent over Skype.
According to a Dell executive, the company's pocket-sized Ophelia computer will begin shipping to developers for beta testing in July and to the general public as early as August.
Video games often allow players to stop an alien invasion, defeat the bad guy and save the world. However, realistic looking opponents in games could increase aggression in the players.
According to rumors, production of Apple’s fifth-generation iPad is set to start “soon,” with large-scale production ramping up in July. This will put the production rates at about two to three million units come September.
Google’s killing spree continues, this time resulting in the discontinuation of Google Checkout, an online payment processing business. Google launched Checkout to compete with other popular e-commerce companies such as Amazon and eBay.
In 2010, Google became one of the first companies to openly admit they had been attacked by Chinese hackers. This admission sparked an ongoing battle between the Chinese government and the American-owned search giant.
Researchers writing in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters say they have developed a graphene-based ink that could be the beginnings of inkjet-printed graphene.
Google has removed the ability to make Google Voice calls on your computer within its Hangouts service.
Video game sales this year have not exactly been setting records. In fact the year started off quite slow, with hardware sales down 38 percent.
LG Display announced that it will demonstrate a new, flexible smartphone panel that is apparently unbreakable as well.
Barnes & Noble’s entry-level e-reader, the Nook Simple Touch, may soon be transformed from a one-trick pony to a three-trick pony.
The Supreme Court today ruled that the FCC is allowed to speed along to the production of new wireless towers if things get mired in red tape or other hassles. Following a 6-3 victory, the Supreme Court also said they’ll defer to the FCC when it comes to laws pertaining to the FCC and their jurisdiction.
Researchers have had a difficult time developing a robot that is able to recognize when a person is handing them something and predicting where to make the hand-off. However, researchers have made some late-breaking achievements and are presenting them the the annual IEEE conference in Germany.
The New York Times released a second report claiming that the infamous Shanghai-based hacker group Unit 61398 are back at it, and this time they’re using different techniques to avoid being spotted.
Google-owned video sharing site YouTube is celebrating its eighth birthday this month, approaching nearly a decade’s worth of the informative and the inane, the serious and the silly, and enough crotch-related injuries to support the world through a 50-year comedic drought.
Though it’s highly revered by users, social networking/sharing site Pinterest still has a few kinks to work out of its system. With 25 million users essentially sharing links in the form of appealing and appetizing pictures, things don’t always work out the way they should.
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