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Kim Dotcom, Megaupload file-sharing site founder, is starting to see the tables turn in his favor after receiving an apology from the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Searches performed on Google and Facebook are already private, sure, but the potential to be incredibly embarrassed (and possibly incriminated) remains.
Twitter continues to choke out its partners as it makes moves to tighten the reins on its API and slowly herd everyone towards their mobile apps and Web site.
Just 2 days before their latest smartphone lands on shelves and in the homes of those who were brave enough to place their pre-orders in the middle of the night, Apple has released iOS 6 to the Apple faithful.
Kevin Burke, a web designer from Silicon Valley, recently discovered an incredibly dangerous flaw in the privacy protocols of Virgin Mobile.
As September 12, 10AM PST draws closer, the final few Apple rumors are flying fast and furious. One developer has even thrown his hat into the ring, taking to Twitter (as one does) to more or less confirm several rumors.
Nokia is a company in a pickle. It suffices to say, the once market leader has seen better days. Their Lumia smartphone partnership with Windows has not been a total failure, however, and even Siri once said she preferred it.
News Flash: Apple plans to announce their latest iPhone this Wednesday. The sarcastic nature of that opening line is true testament to the amazing relationship Apple has with not only the press but the public as well.
A vulnerability in Java is once again being blamed for a possible exploit of Mac and Windows computers alike, causing some security experts to recommend uninstalling Java as they exclaim, "Please, for the love of your computer, disable Java on your browser."
A New Zealand court on Thursday ruled that US authorities must show evidential proof of any copyright breaches and internet piracy against Mr. Kim Dotcom, the founder-in-hiding of now defunct Megaupload.com...
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