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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.
Computing

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…
Android Army

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.
Computing

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.
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4chan founder Christopher Poole gives Reddit ‘AMA’ interview to promote Canvas

Christopher "moot" Poole gave an "Ask Me Anything" interview with the users of Reddit yesterday to promote his new venture, Canvas.
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Report: Windows 8 seeds being sent to PC makers

A report says Microsoft is already sending early versions of Windows 8 to PC makers so they can get ready for an expected launch in 2012.
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen blasts Bill Gates in new book

Though the two have been friends since grade school, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen paints a critical picture of Bill Gates in his new memoir.
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Google settles with FTC over Buzz privacy violations

Google will be subject to regular privacy audits for 20 years due to "deceptive privacy practices" rolling out Google Buzz.
Apple

Microsoft and Apple hire linguists to dispute ‘App Store’ claim

When the linguists begin weighing in, you know things are getting serious...
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Skype launches ‘in the classroom’ worldwide network for teachers

Teacher already use Skype to connect their students to the world at large. Skype's new program, "in the classroom," helps educators do so more easily.
Apple

Dell says Apple’s iPad is bad for enterprise customers

Apple may have a secure hold on both the consumer and enterprise tablet markets, for now. But according to Dell's Andy Lark, Cupertino's gold-plated grip will inevitably let loose.