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Terms & Conditions: Reddit’s user agreement is a joke

Beneath all the pictures, videos, witty headlines, upvotes, and downvotes sits Reddit's user agreement, which the site conveniently turns a blind eye to on a daily basis.

Amazon will refund users who bought overpriced e-books

If the settlement deals are approved by courts, eligible Amazon customers will be receiving credit for overpriced e-books they purchased.

Waste not, want not: CPUsage wants to repackage and recycle your computer’s leftover power

CPUsage pays users for their wasted CPU power and redistributes to high performance needs companies, an idea that the company hopes will rise on the continued advancement and adoption of the cloud.
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Hands-on with the LunaTik TakTik case, an army tank of an iPhone protector

Digital Trends got an early look and hands on with LunaTik's heavy duty iPhone case and we're pleased with the level of protection that it offers.

Family buys iPad at Walmart, gets a stack of notepad paper in box

Definitely a terrible way to spend your birthday, a Texas teenager was disappointed to find scammers got to her new iPad first.

Goodbye snail mail, hello US Postal Service same-day delivery

Amazon and Walmart are doing it. And now the U.S. Postal Service is too — same-day delivery, which is quickly becoming a must-have offering ahead of the holiday shopping season.

Mobile weekly wrap-up: The five stages of grief edition

Apple may want to trademark the hashtag #iPhoneProblems, Microsoft is sitting pretty before the Windows Phone 8 launch, and Sprint's just happy someone might like them. That and more in this week's mobile wrap.

What the new Wii U specs tell us about Nintendo

Four of Nintendo’s engineers sat down with Nintendo President Satoru Iwata and discussed a few of the Wii U’s technical features, giving us a few hints at what to expect of the Wii U, and offers us a few glimpses at Nintendo's…
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Amazon directly addresses problems with new Kindle Paperwhite

Consumers have logged many complaints about spotty screen illumination, lack of storage, and missing speech-to-text on the Paperwhite. Amazon has decided to address the naysayers directly.

Apple bans artistic game based on Foxconn suicides from App Store

After being live for less than an hour, Apple has removed a "controversial" iPhone game from the App Store that explores the ethical complications surrounding the mass production of electronics.
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Pumpkin kegs, dead dinosaurs, and rooting for the home team in this week’s Staff Picks

You want to know all the best in tech from the past week but you don’t want to have to look for it, right? Never fear. We’ve trolled the matrix to find the coolest, weirdest, and most interesting tidbits of the past 7 days. Have at it.