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Android Army

Apple bans WikiLeaks app

Apple has removed an unofficial app that allowed people to access WIkiLeaks, claiming that it violated developer guidelines.
Android Army

Onkyo announces Tegra-powered Android tablets

Onkyo has announced two Android-powered tablets that will be powered by Nvidia's 1 GHz Tegra 2450 processor...but no news on dates or prices.
Computing

Socializing can be tied to brain structure, doctors unsure whether Facebook friends count

Social butterflies may be onto something. Researchers have found the the brain develops along with our social lives, and some are quick to allude this applies to our online friends as well.
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Man in legal trouble for reading wife’s email

In the first case of its kind, a man is being charged with reading his ex-wife's e-mail.
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Facebook more valuable than Yahoo, eBay

Social networking sites are on the rise and investors are taking notes. And this year, some of the Internet's good old boys were outdone by Facebook.
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Google buys enormous Manhattan office building for $1.77 billion

The deal will give Google one of Manhattan's largest buildings as well as easy access to the fiber optic cables that run below the nearby city streets.
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IBM forecasts holograms in mobile phones for 2015

"Help me, IBM, you're my only hope." IBM's latest technology forecast for the next five years includes mobile phones with 3D holographic capabilities.
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Dell drops Adamo 13 to $899

In the market for an ultraportable? Dell has dropped its 13.4-inch Adamo with a Core 2 Duo CPU, 128 GB SSD, and 4 GB of RAM to $899.
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Julian Assange to receive $1.3 million to write about himself

Julian Assange, the controversial owner of WikiLeaks has signed a $1.3 million dollar deal to publish his autobiography.
Apple

Financial Times names Steve Jobs Person of the Year

Calling the iPad a cap on a remarkable comeback story, the Financial Times has named Steve Jobs its Person of the Year.
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Digital Trends’ top 5 viral videos of the week, December 24, 2010

In this week's Christmas edition of viral videos we have Darth Vader, Zombies and much more.
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Report: U.S. online holiday spending up 15.4 pct

A MasterCard Advisors SpendingPulse report finds U.S. online spending is up 15.4 percent this holiday season.