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Jonesing for MLB Winter Meetings news and rumors? Here’s how to stay informed

The 2013 MLB Winter Meetings are on, but what's the best way to keep track of all the news and rumors? Follow our guide, where we take you sources of info regardless of which team you're a fan of.
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Samsung debuts world’s first 1 terabyte mSATA solid-state drive

The more time passes, the smaller consumer electronics get. There's just no getting around that fact. With that in mind, get a load of Samsung's latest announcement: the world's first 1TB mSATA SSD.
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Anonymous hackers plead guilty to 2010 PayPal hack

WikiLeaks releases documents, PayPal suspends their account and Anonymous in turn attacks PayPal in a retaliatory move. The next part of the story? Those hackers just plead guilty to the attacks. Read more here.
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Hour of Code event encourages students to learn programming, with help from tech giants

In an effort to get more students interested in computer programming, code.org, backed by a number of tech and Web giants, this week launches its Hour of Code initiative, running as part of Computer Science Education Week.
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Best domain name registrars

Creating a website? Get the most bang for your buck with these awesome domain name registrars.
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Are new laptops really faster? As it turns out, not by much anymore

Computer processors have traditionally increased in speed with each new generation, leading to considerable increases in performance every few years, but this rate of progress has slowed as Intel focuses on efficiency instead of raw power…
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We’re winning the fight against spam, say Gmail researchers

New figures published by Google show that the vast majority of email messages now include some form of authenication, making life harder for scamming and phishing emails to break through.
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The FBI can secretly turn on your laptop’s camera, says ex-employee

An article published in the Washington Post has shed new light on some of the FBI's surveillance practices, including the use of software that can activate a laptop's webcam without the user realizing.
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Microsoft will sell the Dell Venue 8 Pro for $99 on Monday

Definitely ideal if you are shopping for a tablet that runs full Windows 8.1, the Microsoft Store is discounting the Dell Venue 8 Pro aggressively at the start of next week in order to start a new promotion.
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Gateway ZX4970-UR22 Review

Gateway ZX4970-UR22 review.
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Microsoft takes jabs at the Google Chromebook in new ad campaign

Continuing to dedicate advertising dollars to the Scroogled line of negative ads, Microsoft has a couple new advertisements that point out disadvantages to owning a Google Chromebook.
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Rightscorp is trying to punish pirates, but Comcast isn’t cooperating

ISPs and anti-piracy firms work in concert to pursue those who download and/or distribute content illegally. One ISP though, doesn't feel like playing ball, and it just happens to be one of the bigger providers out there.