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Check out the incredible hi-res imagery coming to Google Maps

Get ready for a whole new level of detail from satellite imagery — DigitalGlobe has been showing off high-resolution pictures from its new WorldView-3 satellite, launched this month.

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Time Warner Cable suffers huge Internet outages

Time Warner Cable suffered a huge Internet service disruption early this morning. Service has since been restored nationwide.

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Dropbox announces 1TB Pro plan for $10 per month, password protection, and more

Dropbox just announced a new Pro plan that gives you 1TB of storage for $10 per month. It also added password protection and more.

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Facebook is taking steps to scrub the feed of ‘click-bait’ articles

Definitely ideal if you are a heavy Facebook user, the social network will attempt to reduce the volume of click-bait content in the feed by measuring the length of time people spend actually reading the article.

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US says more than 1,000 businesses at risk from malware that hit Target and UPS

The Department of Homeland Security says the malware responsible for Target's massive security breach last year may still affect more than 1,000 US companies and organizations, with many unaware that they have been compromised

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10 sounds that make us miss the olden days of tech

Technology used to be really noisy. From clacking typewriters to the shrill tones of dial up Internet, the past few decades are full of sounds that we may never have heard again if it weren't for YouTube. Here are out top 10 favorites.

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Google offers an Emmy-themed Street View tour of famous TV locations

Are you all set for the 66th Emmy Awards on Monday? Not until you've checked out this filming locations for your favorite shows on Street View, handily brought together in a Google blog post.

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Do you want an Internet free of advertising? You’d have to pay about $230 per year for that, study says

An Internet free of advertising would cost you hundreds of bucks per year, according to one study.

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Microsoft adds over 50 new U.S. cities to Google Street View-like Bing Maps service

There a bunch of new U.S. that you can check out using the Streetside feature on Bing Maps now. Learn more here.

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How to delete cookies in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE

Cookies can track your browsing, and much more. Here's how you can delete them.

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60,000 people join class-action privacy lawsuit against Facebook in Austria

An Austrian court ordered Facebook to respond to a class action lawsuit that accuses the social network of breaking EU privacy laws. The lawsuit now has the support of 60,000 people.

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11 free online storage services to claim your space in the cloud

There’s no need to pay for cloud storage when so many providers are offering it for free. Here’s how you can maximize your cloud capacity and organize your digital life without spending any money.

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UPS says customer information at risk following hack

The UPS Store revealed Wednesday it's been the victim of a cyber attack in which customer details such as names, postal addresses, email addresses and payment card information "may have been exposed."

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Photoshopped porn pics generate big bucks for blackmailer (and a jail term)

He's not the first man in China to extort money out of officials through the creative use of Photoshop and porn actors, and he most likely won't be the last, but having just received a jail term for his actions, Mr. Zhang probably won't be doing it again.

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Want to pass your Facebook account to a heir? Move to Delaware

Perhaps an ideal place to move if you want to pass a massive iTunes collection to your children, Delaware has become the first state to provide legal guidelines related to ownership of digital accounts after death.

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