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AntiSec hackers claim breach of NATO security

Following the arrests of 21 alleged Anonymous and LulzSec hackers, the AntiSec coalition claims to have accessed the servers of NATO.
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Even Windows tablets are outselling RIM’s PlayBook

New figures from Strategy Analytics show RIM's PlayBook not just behind iOS and Android in shipments, but also behind tablets running Windows 7.
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Acer buys cloud computing firm iGware

Acer is betting up to $395 million on cloud computing by acquiring U.S.-based IGware.
Apple

Apple selling Mac OS X Lion thumb drive version in August

Apple aims to make sure all their customers are content with a physical thumb drive version for $69 available in August.
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China’s Baidu browser beta looks a lot like Chrome

China's Baidu has launched its own browser...and it looks a lot like Google Chrome, with a unified search/address bar and built-in apps.
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Hackers spread false report of Taliban leader’s death

The war in Afghanistan has entered the digital realm, with the Taliban claiming hackers breached their email and cellphones, and sent out messages falsely claiming the death of their spiritual leader, Mullah Omar
Apple

Mac mini loses optical drive, gets Thunderbolt and Sandy Bridge

Apple's newest Mac minis lose their optical drives, but pick up second-generation Core i5 and i7 processors, AMD Radeon graphics, and Thunderbolt.
Apple

OS X Lion arrives after early Apple Store shutdown

Apple's much-anticipated operating system arrives in the Apple Store today, ending weeks of speculation.
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MacBook Air gains a backlit keyboard and Thunderbolt port

Apple has refreshed its MacBook Air line today, which now has more powerful Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, a backlit keyboard, and a Thunderbolt port.
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Apple kills the regular MacBook

Apple has killed the white MacBook in favor of the new and improved MacBook Air.
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Apple introduces the Thunderbolt Display, a fast external monitor and MacBook dock

Apple has revived its line of external displays with the Thunderbolt Display, a monitor and laptop dock that uses Intel's new Thunderbolt ports to provide a faster and more efficient external screen for your MacBook