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Study of Internet Explorer users’ IQ was likely a hoax

Research showing low IQs for Internet Explorer users was fake, and so was the research firm that conducted it.
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UN among victims of biggest series of cyber attacks ever

Computer security specialists McAfee revealed on Wednesday it has discovered a number of cyber attacks in what it's calling "the biggest transfer of wealth in terms of intellectual property in history." The UN is among those hit.
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Chrome 13 launches with Instant Pages and Print Preview

With the rapid pacing of new Chrome releases, it's often hard to keep up with the constantly changing browser. Google has rolled out the 13th version of the browser today, free to download for consumers.
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Mobee Magic Charger averts battery crisis for Apple mouse

With the Mobee Magic Charger you no longer have to worry about having enough AA batteries in your desk to charge up your Apple mouse.
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Cisco: Unique malware multiplying in 2011

Cisco's latest Global Threat Report found almost 300,000 unique instances of malware in June alone, as scammers and spammers try to work around filters.
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US gov’t building hacker army for cyber war

As the global cyber war heats up to unprecedented levels, the US goverment's national security complex is attempting to build up an army of "cyber warriors" to help fend off enemies. But will hackers take a job with The Man?
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FCC: U.S. broadband getting closer to advertised speeds

A new FCC report finds that American broadband providers are getting closer to actually supplying the bandwidth they advertise to their customers.
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It’s happening: Robot orders rise 41 percent in 2011

Let the age of robotics begin...again. Robot orders are up 41 percent in the first six months of 2011 thanks to a growing automotive industry and economy.
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Google Chrome overtakes Firefox in UK browser market

Google edges out Mozilla for second-place spot behind Microsoft in U.K. browser market.
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Iomega launches sleek, stylish hard drive specifically for the Mac

Tired of external hard drives that stick out like a sore thumb in your minimal iMac setup? Iomega has a swank new addition to their hard drive lineup that Mac users may just love.
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Windows XP’s share below 50% for first time in recorded history

Microsoft's old warhorse is finally showing signs of a quickening decline.
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Data centers are using far less energy than the EPA expected

A study from Stanford University shows that facilities are using less electricity than expected, though are still using a significant amount.