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Hacker group Anonymous issues sharp response to Sony downtime accusations

Hacker group Anonymous issues a press release denying any responsibility for the ongoing Sony online service outage and attacking reports to the contrary that have been circulating in the media.
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Sony downtime continues, company shooting for full return by May 31

A Sony spokesperson reveals that the company is looking at a May 31 deadline for a full restoration of PlayStation Network and Qriocity online services as their third weekend offline comes to a close.
Apple

Apple beats Google to become world’s most valuable brand

Apple has successfully surpassed Google to become the new superpower of the world's corporate giants, according to the annual Brand Z report.
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HP’s DataPass offers pre-paid 3G data plans to notebook users

Hewlett-Packard announces a new line of 3G radio-equipped notebooks alongside the new DataPass 3G service, which offers prepaid data access as an attractive alternative to monthly subscriptions for occasionally on-the-go business users.
Apple

Amazon adds iOS support to Cloud Player in mobile Safari

Amazon adds support for Apple's iOS to it's newly launched cloud-based music-streaming platform, Cloud Player.
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US government officially recognizes video games as art

Video games, the Internet and mobile apps are now considered "art" or art platforms by the federally funded National Endowment for the Arts.
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Sony may offer reward for PSN hackers’ heads

As the walls around Anonymous begin to crumble, Sony considers offering a reward to anyone with information that helps identify the hackers responsible for the massive PlayStation Network data breach.
Apple

Computers will soon make us irrelevant, Wozniak warns MSU graduates

Speaking to Michigan State University graduates yesterday, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak warned graduates that computers are winning. Soon we will be irrelevant.
Computing

The second wave of Google’s Panda

Google's Panda update rears its head - again - and once more yields confusing results.
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Sony delays return of PSN, more checks needed

Sony announced in a blog post late Friday that its PSN and Qriocity services are not yet ready to be restored as more checks of the new security system need to be made.
Computing

Security flaw in Skype for Mac fixed, users told to update

A security flaw in Skype for Mac that could enable a user to gain remote control of a Mac computer running the software has been fixed, says Skype, but users should make sure they have the latest version to ensure total protection.
Computing

Tech experts hold conference to discuss USPS reboot

The decline in mail volume and USPS' loss in revenue has lead some tech experts to set up a conference to discuss the institution's future.