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Fujitsu Lifebook X2 notebook concept folds into four parts

Yanko Design has posted renders for a touchscreen Fujitsu notebook concept that folds into four parts.
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April WordPress hack the latest in long line of similar attacks

The recent April 13 reported attack is the latest high-profile website attack in a long line of similar security breaches, and it could threaten a number of high-profile sites.
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Google funds project to teach computers regret

A university research team has been given the Google go-ahead (and cash) to find a way to teach computers to learn from their mistakes.
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IAB: Online ad revenue hit $26 billion in 2010

The Interactive Advertising Bureau reports that online ad revenue reached a whopping $26 billion in 2010 - and that's just in the United States.
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FBI tackles Coreflood botnet infecting 2.3 million PCs

The Coreflood botnet infecting more than 2.3 million individual PCs finally toppled to the FBI this week, but not before stealing millions.
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Comcast takes home broadband to 105 Mbps

Comcast's new Extreme 105 leverages DOCSIS 3.0 to bring 105 Mbps broadband to home customers in selected markets, with initial prices of $105 per month.
Apple

Apple’s next version of Safari to incorporate do-not-track tool

In a bid to give web users more control over privacy, a do-not-track tool will be added to Apple's next version of Safari.
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Google now sending YouTube copyright violators back to school

Google will now make copyright violators watch a video and pass test as part of a new copyright rehabilitation program.
Apple

As Apple’s iPad 2 shines, PC sales plummet

If any doubt remains that the 'post-PC' era is quickly approaching, a new batch of Q1 sale figures from research firm IDC should clear that up.
Computing

Kinect PC SDK to support skeleton tracking for two players, directional mic controls

Microsoft to support skeletal tracking and full mutli-directional mic control in the forthcoming release of its Kinect software development kit for PC.
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Intel to add USB 3.0, Thunderbolt support with Ivy Bridge processors

Intel confirms plans to integrate USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt support into its Sandy Bridge chipset follow-up, Ivy Bridge.
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AOL going on hiring binge for Patch; more job cuts likely

The remodel continues, and the AOL-HuffPo team have major plans for Patch...including new writers.