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GoDaddy CEO’s elephant hunting video ignites controversy

GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons insists that his killing of an elephant in Zimbabwe was a good thing, but so far he appears to be in the minority.
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BitTorrent gets into ebook distribution

BitTorrent is getting into the ebook game, releasing Megan Lisa Jones' political thriller "Captive" for free download.
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Samsung’s transparent LCD panels enter mass production

Ever wanted to see through your LCD display? Samsung has begun mass production on 22-inch transparent LCDs that use one tenth the power of traditional LCDs.
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‘Creepy’ app threatens the privacy of social network users

Creepy calls itself a 'geolocation information aggregator' and it should prove to be a hit among those with stalker tendencies.
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Acer CEO resigns as PC sales decline

After a big disagreement with the board, Acer's CEO and president, Gianfranco Lanci, has resigned, effective immediately.
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Microsoft files antitrust lawsuit against Google in EU

Irony alert: Microsoft has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google in the European Union, claiming that the search giant is stifling competition.
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Amazon may be pursuing music streaming licenses for Cloud Player, despite earlier reports

Amazon is reportedly pursuing music streaming licenses for its newly launched Cloud Player, despite the company's assertion yesterday that such licenses are unnecessary given the nature of how its cloud services work.
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Samsung keylogger accusations prove false

A security expert's claims that Samsung installs keylogger spyware on its laptops are incorrect, according to both Samsung and independent sources.
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Microsoft exec thinks tablets may be a fad, talks of new laser retina display

Microsoft's chief research and strategy officer, Craig Mundie, spoke about the future he sees for portable devices, mobile devices, and tablets. And he takes time to tell us about a new laser retina display that can make a mobile screen…
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Amazon Cloud Player and Drive review: Not for music lovers

Amazon Cloud Player and Cloud Drive allow users users stream music and access files directly from the Internet. Unfortunately, the service is gimped by some odd bugs and feature omissions.
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Google picks Kansas City for its new gigabit fiber network

Kansas City, Kansas will be the first city to get a full gigabit fiber network installed, Google announced today.
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Lenovo ThinkPad T420S and W520 on sale now

Lenovo's new ThinkPad T420S and ThinkPad W520 are on sale now, offering Sandy Bridge processing power and high-end options...in corporate plainclothes cases.