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Killspencer Weekender 2.0 offers iPad sleeve, waterproof interior pocket

The Weekender 2.0 from Killspencer showcases a classic duffel design with upgrades like waterproof zippers and an iPad pocket.

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Anonymous takes down PlayStation website; UPDATE: Anon explains attack on Sony

The infamous Anonymous is it again, this time taking on Sony and possibly its technology defense firm to boot.

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Video: Hands-on with the Olympus Tough Cam TG-610

We got some trial time with the Olympus TG-610, its latest tough cam - and put it through some fairly destructive scenarios to see whether it would survive.

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AVS Gear Zippy Bluetooth keyboard handles six devices

Want to control half a dozen PCs, a tablets, set-top boxes, and a game systems from one keyboard on your couch? Check out the AVS Gear Zippy BT-637 Bluetooth keyboard.

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New Twitter homepage rolls out amidst technical difficulties

You may have noticed some glitches on Twitter yesterday, which have disabled some of the site's new elements. Regardless, a new homepage is on its way and the site will keep continue to renew focus on customized search results.

Social Media

Will LightSquared’s LTE network block GPS?

As LightSquared gets ready to deploy 4G mobile service, some GPS makers warn the system could interfere with GPS reception.

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PC sales off to slow start in 2011, ‘usurped’ by the iPad

A new analyst report suggests that tablet makers will have a very hard time keeping pace with Apple's iPad 2 moving into 2012.

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MPAA sues DVD-streaming service Zediva

The MPAA is suing DVD-streamer Zediva for copyright infringement, saying Zediva's claim it's a rental service is just a "gimmick."

Computing

Microsoft names Capossela new marketing chief

Microsoft vet Chris Capossela is the Redmond giant's new marketing chief, taking over after a decade under for Mich Mathews.

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Motorola Xoom, Atrix 4G sales fall flat

Analysts say sales of the Motorola Xoom and Motorola Atrix 4G have been so miserable, the company is expected to generate more than $1 billion less in revenue this year than previously predicted.

Apple

Net companies challenge French data retention law

Internet companies are lining up to challenge a French law mandating they retain users' personal data - and passwords - for a year in case the government wants it.

Web

Verizon settles government overbilling case for $93.5 million

Verizon has agreed to pay the U.S. government $93.5 million to settle allegations it overcharged for voice and data services.

Mobile

Google pulls streaming music app Grooveshark from Android Market

Grooveshark still hasn't worked it out with the record labels and that may have cost it a spot in Google's Android Marketplace.

Android Army

Creepy: Three lifelike Androids converse with their human masters

Video: Three lifelike androids meet up to chat and their masters come along as well. Oh, and they look identical to the Androids.

Cool Tech

Windows 8 leaked ‘Immersive’ mode shows Windows Phone influence

Microsoft is keeping a tight lid on Windows 8, but not tight enough. Today a screenshot showing a Windows Phone-like UI has leaked.

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