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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
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Sonos releases the Play:3, a networkable speaker for $299

Sonos has launched the PLAY:3, a new networkable speaker for $299.
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Cisco announces job cuts – 9 percent of workforce to go

Cisco announced on Monday its intention to shed 9 percent of its workforce as part of a major restructuring move.
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ACSI: Facebook’s consumer satisfaction still lowest in social media

The American Consumer Satisfaction E-Business Report is out for 2011 - and Facebook is still holding down the bottom of the social media category.
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Apple’s OS X Lion and new MacBook Airs likely coming Wednesday

If reports are to be believed, Apple's new Lion operating system and refreshed MacBook Airs will be out on Wednesday this week.
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Microsoft paying out $250k for info on Rustock botnet operators

Microsoft is putting a bounty on the heads of the Rustock botnet. $250,000 goes to anyone with info leading to the operator's arrests.
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LulzSec returns – hacks website of Murdoch’s Sun newspaper

As if Rupert Murdoch didn't have enough on his plate at the moment - LulzSec came out of retirement on Monday to hack the website of the UK's most widely read newspaper, the Sun. The hacking group posted a fake report claiming that the…
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Cisco pushes power over Ethernet to 60 watts

Cisco's new Universal Power Over Ethernet lets users power badge readers, gateways, thin clients, and more just over Ethernet cabling.
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Google adds achievement badges to Google News

Google is gamifying Google News with more than 500 badges so users can rack up status and show others how they do (and don't) follow certain topics.
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Google re-adds Belgian newspapers after public spat

A Belgian newspaper group claimed that Google is boycotting it after the search giant complied with a court order to remove the paper's content from its Google News service. Now Google is re-adding them.
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Adobe buys digital-signature startup EchoSign

Adobe has purchased electronic-signature startup EchoSign, which the company says will make it easier for customers to sign and return documents without the need for fax machines or postal services.