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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.
Android Army

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.
Computing

Hands-on with MakerBot’s Thing-O-Matic, a printer for 3D objects

We spent some time with the guys at MakerBot and their revolutionary Thing-O-Matic, which makes 3D object printing a real possibility for almost anyone.
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Japan’s newest pop singer is actually a CGI creation

Only in Japan: Fans of Japanese idol band AKB 48 had their minds blown this past weekend when it was revealed that the group's newest member, Aimi Eguchi, was nothing more than a CGI character.
Computing

Toshiba targets desktops with DX1215 all-in-one

Toshiba's DX1215 all-in-one is the company's first in the U.S. market, with a 21.5-inch touchscreen and a second-generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor.
Apple

iPhone 5 details emerge and iPad 3 to get a better screen

A flurry of new information has leaked on the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 including processing power, camera info, and a possible bump in resolution for Apple's tablet.
Computing

Turntable.fm first look: Just buzz or a musical game changer?

Turntable.fm mashes up social media with Internet radio by allowing friends to congregate in virtual dance halls and take turns playing DJ. We take a hands-on look at the beta version to see what the hype is all about.
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FBI seizes DigitalOne servers in Virginia raid

The FBI has raided DigitalOne servers in Virginia in a hunt for hackers.
Computing

Hulu tempted to sell by mystery bidder

Hulu is being tempted to sell by a mystery bidder who's reaffirming the streaming video's company's pivotal spot in the online video world.
Computing

Identifying the hacktivists of the emerging cyberwar

The hacktivist landscape has become increasingly cluttered, and while the anonymity they cling to makes clearly labeling each player difficult, the rising division between these groups is beginning to give them distinct identities.
Computing

Mozilla releases Firefox 5

Yes, it's only been three months since Firefox 4 hit the streets - you're already behind.