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Apple announces ‘revolutionary’ Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro X, Apples newly-released editing software, is made to save time, easily organize data and offer robust post-production capabilities.
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Microsoft launching Office 365 on June 28

It's been in public beta two months, but Microsoft plans to formally launch its cloud-based Office 365 on June 28th.
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Dropbox authentication gaffe exposes users’ files

Cloud storage service Dropbox accidently turned off password authentication on its service, exposing all 25 million users' files to the world for four hours.
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Best Buy soft launches Music Cloud service

Best Buy is prepping to officially launch its Music Cloud service, which will compete with Amazon's Cloud Player, Google Music, and Apple's iCloud.
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Suspected LulzSec mastermind arrested in UK

Scotland Yard has arrested a 19-year-old they say is the leader of hacker group LulzSec. The group denies that authorities have arrested any of their members.
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Hacker vigilantes Web Ninjas lashing out at LulzSec

Web Ninjas, the hacking group with possible ties to Th3J35t3r, is lashing out at LulzSec and claiming to have exposed their leader Sabu.
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Bitcoin struggles as it tries to change e-currency

The P2P online currency shirks regulation or outside influence, but security woes and an unstable worth are among its current hangups.
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LulzSec and Anonymous unite for Operation Anti-Security

The two hacktivist groups join forces to push their government transparency and Internet security agendas.
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Mozilla spars with Microsoft over WebGL security

Microsoft raised some eyebrows last week claiming there was no way to implement the WebGL 3D graphics standard securely. Mozilla disagrees.
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DOJ approves Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype

Microsoft's takeover of VoIP operator Skype has cleared one regulatory hurdle: the Justice Department has tacitly approved the deal.
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Apple iCloud vs. Google Music vs. Amazon Cloud

Amazon, Google, and Apple are all getting into cloud storage and streaming for music, but which service will beat out the competition? We pit Apple iCloud vs. Google Music vs. Amazon Cloud to find out.
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Skype executives booted out amid Microsoft takeover

In the wake of Microsoft's $8.5 billion purchase of Skype, a number of senior executives have lost their jobs.