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Wednesday, July 11,2012

BMW adding voice texting, 4G hot spot, new nav to cars

In recent years, BMW and Audi have emerged as technological juggernauts, pushing cutting-edge new cabin electronics in their cars. Today BMW announced a bundle of new features for its cars that trumps Audi in some ways, and plays catch-up in others.
Tuesday, July 10,2012

Mobile-Phone Surveillance by Police Targets Millions Annually

Mobile carriers responded to a staggering 1.3 million law enforcement requests last year for subscriber information, including text messages and phone location data, according to data provided to Congress.
Tuesday, July 10,2012

DirecTV to lose MTV, Comedy Central, and 24 other Viacom channels tomorrow due to contract disputes

Viacom is apparently using a strong tactic in its contract negotiations with DirecTV — the TV provider now says that it will lose access to a total of 26 Viacom channels (including MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, and more) as of July 10th if a deal isn't reached.
Tuesday, July 10,2012

Dropbox offers pro users twice the space as competition heats up

Dropbox pro subscribers can now get excited about twice as much storage space on their accounts for no additional cost, as the company plans to announce Tuesday that it will double the storage space it offers to paid subscribers.
Monday, July 9,2012

Microsoft's Windows 8 Coming in Late October

Waiting with bated breath for Windows 8? Microsoft today officially revealed that the highly anticipated operating system will be available this fall, as was widely rumored.
Monday, July 9,2012

Iran sees video games as central to a secret war against their culture

The Iranian government is helping to make a game about the life and, most probably, violent death of Salman Rushdie. That this game is in development, a creation meant to teach new generations of Iranians about the 23-year-old fatwa against the author, is interesting, but its impetus is even more so.
Friday, July 6,2012

DNSChanger: No, the Internet Isn’t Shutting Down on Monday

Dozens of news outfits are amping up this DNSChanger malware “event” on Monday with stories bearing apocalyptic titles like “Countdown to Internet Doomsday: Will Your Computer Survive?” or “How to survive internet doomsday” or “End of the Internet? ‘Doomsday’ virus will crash thousands of computers on July 9.”
Friday, July 6,2012

Samsung Galaxy Nexus pulled from Google Play over patent litigation

Customers hoping to buy an unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from the Google Play store have been out of luck since Tuesday. That afternoon, the phone was suddenly and mysteriously pulled, only to be listed as "coming soon." Now Google has confirmed to ABC News that the phone was removed from sale as a result of the ongoing patent litigation between Apple, Samsung, and Google—similar to the litigation that has blocked Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being sold in the United States.
Friday, July 6,2012

Amazon Said to Plan Smartphone to Vie With Apple IPhone

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) is developing a smartphone that would vie with Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone and handheld devices that run Google Inc. (GOOG)’s Android operating system, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
Tuesday, July 3,2012

Google Shutting Down 5 More Services

Google's purge of its tired and least-popular services continues. After closing or combining about 30 offerings since last year's "fall spring-clean," the search giant today announced plans to retire 5 more services that are either redundant or largely ignored by Google's vast user base.
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