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Android Army

Report: Google planning its own Nexus tablet?

Google has plugged along with its own Nexus handsets...now a report has the company looking to launch its own Nexus tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
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The New York Times offering discounted digital subscriptions as part of today’s paywall launch

The New York Times is offering a "special introductory offer" of $0.99 for the first month of unlimited access to nytimes.com
Apple

Apple to unveil ‘future of iOS and Mac OS’ at WWDC 2011 on June 6

It's official: Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference will take place in San Francisco on June 6. The company says iOS and Mac OS will take center stage.
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Internet founding father Paul Baran dies at 84

One of the men credited with developing technologies that made email, LOLCats and 4chan possible has passed away at the age of 84 due to complications from lung cancer.
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Netflix, Miramax close to signing five-year deal worth more than $100 million

Miramax and Netflix are reportedly nearing a deal worth more than $100 million which could bring the studio's 700+ catalog of films to the online movie rental service.
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Inception, Harry Potter come to Facebook in expanded Warner Bros partnership

Warner Bros. expands its streaming movie rentals partnership with Facebook, bringing five new offerings -- including Inception and two Harry Potter titles -- to the social network.
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4chan plots to trick men on OKCupid into holding ‘involuntary flashmob’

The merry pranksters of 4chan and Reddit have devised a foolproof plan: Dupe as many desperately lonely men on dating sites as possible into holding an "involuntary flashmob" in Times Square by making them think they're meeting up with…
Apple

Google ranked as world’s most valuable brand

Google has beaten out competitors Microsoft and Apple to claim the top spot as the world's most valuable brand.
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Iran accused of attempted cyber-attack on Google, Yahoo, Skype

Internet security company Comodo Group says a recent round of failed attacks on major websites of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mozilla and Skype were most likely the work of the Iranian government.
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MSI GX680 gamer notebook packs Core i7, Nvidia graphics

MSI's new MSI GX680 gamer notebook packs a second-generation Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce GT 55M graphics, and room for ample memory and storage.
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AT&T vows to improve ‘inaccurate’ broadband metering

AT&T Internet customers say the company's broadband meter readings are completely inaccurate. But the company has promised to improve their system before data caps go into effect on May 2.
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Microsoft pays a premium for Nortel IPv4 addresses

The Internet handed out the last IPv4 addresses earlier this year...and now Microsoft is paying a premium for IPv4 addresses from bankrupt Nortel Networks.