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German Media Mogul Rips Google in Open Letter

The chief executive of one of Germany's biggest media companies penned an open letter criticizing Google, saying that his company is afraid of Google and its ever-swelling power ...

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Chinese Company Creates 3D-Printed Houses

Shanghai WinSun Decoration Design Engineering, a Shanghai-based company, has created 10 3D-printed houses ...

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Samsung Strikes Deal With Fellow Apple Patent Foe

Samsung, longtime patent foe of Apple, will partner with Swiss Federal Railways, another -- unlikely -- patent foe of Apple ...

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Twitter Tries to Defuse Turkey Controversy

Twitter has agreed to close some accounts in Turkey, but the two sides are still at loggerheads over allegations of tax evasion and whether or not Twitter must maintain a physical presence in the country ...

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Microsoft Touts Privacy Bona Fides to European Customers

Having become the first company to formally meet the European Union's data protection rules, Microsoft is trying to turn its trustworthiness into business in privacy-wary Europe ...

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France Bans Mobile Phones During Cabinet Sessions

French President Francois Hollande has imposed a ban on mobile phones during cabinet sessions, forcing ministers to leave their devices at the door ...

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Agency: ‘Cuban Twitter’ Meant to Help, Not Incite

Rajiv Shah, the administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, defended a Twitter-esque social media site created by the agency, saying it was an attempt to nurture communication on the island -- not, as has been claimed, a way to collect data and incite a revolt ...

Courtroom Drama: Hollywood Sues Megaupload

Six Hollywood studios have banded together in a copyright infringement lawsuit against Megaupload, the wildly popular (although now shuttered) site that, in its heyday, was ground zero for file-sharing. ...

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April Schools’ Day: School Canceled Thanks to IT System Hack

Well, an A for creativity ...

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Japan to Fire Off Emails in Event of Incoming Missile

Starting April 1, Japan's Fire and Disaster Management Agency will send email alerts to residents' phones should North Korea start lobbing missiles ...

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US Judge: Free Speech Protects Baidu’s Beijing-OK’d Results

A Manhattan judge ruled that a Chinese search engine's practice of restricting free speech is, wouldn't you know it, protected by free speech ...

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Microsoft Launches Public Cloud in China

Microsoft is now offering general availability of its Azure cloud service in China, becoming the first multinational company to provide public cloud services in the Middle Kingdom ...

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Rocket the Vote! NASA Asks People to Vote on New Space Threads

NASA is asking people to vote on their favorite design for the outer shell of the new Z-2 spacesuit ...

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China Seeks Answers About NSA/Huawei Report

China's government is asking the U.S. to explain itself -- and to knock it off with all the cyberespionage -- following reports that the National Security Agency has had its way with Chinese telecom giant Huawei ...

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NSA Lifts Middle Finger to Middle Kingdom

Oh, there have been some good National Security Agency revelations. ...

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Chinese State Media Prompts Amazon to Close Store

China's state media seems to have the ear of U.S. tech companies. ...

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Earth Narrowly Missed Solar Blasts in 2012

Enormous solar blasts, which possessed the potential to wreak havoc on electrical grids and satellites, barely missed Earth in 2012 ...

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Report: NSA Listens to International Calls From the Past

The National Security Agency reportedly possesses a system that enables it to record telephone calls -- all telephone calls -- in a foreign country, and review conversations for up to a month after they took place. ...

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All Hacks on Deck: Japan Invites Hackers to Go At Government

Japan invited hackers -- nice ones, that is -- to go to town on the nation's government departments Tuesday ...

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Chinese E-Commerce Giant Plans Stateside IPO

Gargantuan Chinese e-commerce outfit Alibaba soon will begin the process of launching an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange ...

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