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Google Now Encrypting Searches in China

Google's years-long spat with Beijing just began a new chapter ...

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Report: US Tech Titans Making Bank From Offshore US Treasury Securities

Apple, Microsoft, Google and Cisco have accumulated enormous amounts of money via interest payments from the U.S. government, according to a report from the UK's Bureau of Investigative Journalism ...

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Judge Freezes Assets of Mt. Gox Honcho

A federal judge in Chicago froze the U.S. assets of Mark Karpeles, the chief of the now-defunct Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, and allowed possible victims to demand evidence surrounding what some believe is massive fraud ...

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Lenovo: IBM Strike’s Not Our Problem

Chinese PC maker Lenovo is washing its hands of a wildcat strike at an IBM factory in Shenzhen, China. ...

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Turkey PM, Prez Go Round and Round About Social Media

Turkey's prime minister and president are spewing conflicting talking points on the nation's stance toward social media ...

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China to Test Drone’s Smog-Clearing Powers

China is taking its chemical war with smog to another level. ...

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Russia Implicated in Ukrainian Cyberdisruptions

Security forces in Ukraine, where tensions are running exceedingly high after weeks-worth of turmoil, have accused the Russian army of tampering with its mobile communications ...

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Beijing to Officials: Please, No Smartphones During Session

Officials partaking in China's National People's Congress, which began Wednesday, have been asked to please not mess around on their mobile devices during the session ...

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China Risks Another State-Run Search Engine Faceplant

The Chinese government is taking another stab at the domestic search market with a new service called "ChinaSo." ...

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College Student’s Facebook Folly Could Cost $80K

A student at Boston College may have cost her family US$80,000 -- and cost herself a trip to Europe ...

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Report: Britain Snooped on Yahoo Users’ Sexy Times

Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ, reportedly intercepted and collected millions of images of people via Yahoo webcam chats, some of which were sexually explicit ...

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Bear Witness: Street View Heads North for Polar Bears

Google's Street View team has captured images of polar bears in northern Canada, a successful end to its first-ever wildlife-specific quest ...

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Apple Gets Litigious in China

Apple is suing China's State Intellectual Property Office and domestic company Zhizhen Network Technology over patent issues related to Siri, Apple's voice recognition software ...

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Windows XP to Live On in China

A handful of Chinese Web companies are banding together to provide user support -- system upgrades, security services and the like -- to domestic users after Microsoft turns out the lights on Windows XP ...

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French Teen in Hot Water Over Drone Footage

A French teen faces charges of "endangering the lives of others" over his use of a drone, which he sent skyward to capture impressive (and seemingly harmless) footage of the city Nancy ...

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WhatsApp Gives BlackBerry a Bounce

Facebook's US$19 billion purchase of mobile-messaging service WhatsApp appears to have buoyed the value of BlackBerry Messenger -- and by extension, BlackBerry ...

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BlackBerry CEO Miffed With T-Mobile

John Chen, BlackBerry's new chief executive, lashed out at T-Mobile after it sent an email to BlackBerry users imploring them to ditch their current devices and switch to an iPhone ...

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Old Discs Get a Chance to Spin Again

Having established itself as one of the UK's go-to spots for selling entertainment products online, Entertainment Magpie is now setting its sights on the U.S. with the launch of Decluttr.com. ...

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High-Tech Suits a Suspect in Weak US Speedskating Performance

The U.S. speedskating team's high-tech suits -- which theoretically are supposed to help shave seconds and accrue medals -- have been identified as a suspect in the team's stunning faceplant at the Sochi Games ...

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Microsoft Accidentally Applies Chinese Censoring Outside of China

Microsoft cited an "error in our system" for quirky results given to users making searches in Chinese on the company's Bing search engine ...

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