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Google comments on Chromebook sales, competitors rumored to make debut

Google says it's happy with Chromebook sales, and new reports suggest the device could have some competition in the near future.
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L.A. Noire racks up 4 million in sales, will come to PC

Rockstar has announced that L.A. Noire will be headed to PC this fall after racking up 4 million in sales on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
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BioWare’s decade-old Neverwinter Nights forums hacked, EA accounts may be at risk

BioWare is the latest video game company to be targeted by hackers, with a breach in the decade-old Neverwinter Nights forums that could put some EA Accounts members at risk.
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LulzSec hits Arizona police computers, reveals sensitive data

Arizona police officials get their computers hacked by Lulz Security who uploaded a huge file of sensitive data onto a popular file sharing site.
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Hacker pleads guilty to stealing iPad user data

One-half of an accused hacking duo has admitted to his role in a breach that exposed personal detail of about 114,000 users of Apple's iPad.
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Philips Wireless HD Net Connect snips HDMI cables for $299.99

Philips Wireless HD Net Connect makes it simple to connect your laptop to your TV wireless with no lag, for about $300.
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Wyoming state government goes with Google’s cloud

Google gets its foot firmly in the government software door by landing Wyoming, which will now use Google Apps for Government.
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FBI-coordinated raids take down scareware scammers

Working with authorities in the UK, Ukraine, Latvia, and other countries, the FBI has targeted gangs that took in more than $72 million using scareware.
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FTC to hit Google with antitrust probe, report says

Adding to Google's long list of legal woes, the FTC is reportedly preparing to launch an antitrust investigation into the search giant's dominance.
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90 percent of companies have been hacked, survey shows

A new survey shows that business vastly under-fund cybersecurity measures, which as led to a massive surge in computer breaches.
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Rumor: PopCap Games gets $1 billion offer from mystery buyer

PopCap is rumored to have been bought for the high sum of $1 billion. No news on who the mystery buyer may be.
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Google projects: Social gaming platform and Chrome video chat

Google's got a few tricks up its sleeve, as it looks like the company plans to create a social gaming platform and its own video chat application.