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Big news: Obama threatens to veto CISPA [Updated]

The Obama administration has threatened to veto the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), if the bill passes through Congress in its current form. Such a scenario is, however, unlikely.

IKEA’s electronics venture continues with a cardboard disposable digital camera

IKEA's latest electronics product is a disposable camera made with a cardboard exterior. How could we expect any less?

Startup wants to end the pain of illegible Captchas by introducing mini-games instead

Detroit-based startup Are You a Human has come up with an game-based alternative to the Captcha, those word-based authentication systems used around the web.

No warrant required: Judge rules police can subpoena tweets, even deleted ones

With more people using social media to post a constant stream of details about their lives, a recent ruling out of New York stresses the need to be careful what you tweet.

Firefox 12 is here, silences annoying Windows UAC warnings

The latest in Mozilla's rapid cycling, FIrefox 12 banishes UAC pop-ups and seems to be on the right path towards silent updates.

Recycle your Facebook comments to demonstrate how green you are

An ad campaign that allows you to "recycle" your old Facebook statuses aims to promote real-world recycling and sweetens the deal with some other perks, too.

Battle for the cloud: Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. SkyDrive

Up to your ears in Google Drive news? We translate the talk into how the new product compares to Dropbox and SkyDrive.

CISPA co-author Rep. Mike Rogers: ‘We have the votes’

Despite the growing opposition to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act (CISPA), the bill's co-author Rep. Mike Rogers says they already have enough votes to pass the legislation when it goes up for a vote this Friday.

Why should we trust Google Drive, or any cloud storage service?

Today, Google Drive launched, offering cheap cloud storage to everyone, but thanks to the efforts of the entertainment industry and bills like CISPA, it may not be safe to use any cloud storage services right now.

Goodbye Google Docs, hello Google Drive: Hands on with Google’s all-encompassing cloud storage

Google Drive is equal parts confusing and efficient. Its relationship with Google Docs might translate to some early hiccups, but hopefully we're poised for some smoother sailing.

It’s official, Google Drive is here

Finally, Google is officially outing its cloud storage option, Google Drive.

Le oops: Google accidentally outs Google Drive on its French blog

The announcement is expected to hit today, but Google went ahead and scooped itself by posting Drive details on its French site. Read on for a first look at the storage client.

Netflix adds 1.7 million customers despite losing Starz movies

Netflix has posted solid growth of more than 1.7 million new subscribers in the first three months of the year despite losing a major contract with Starz. But a slow outlook for the next three months has some worried.

CISPA faces bi-partisan backlash ahead of House vote

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, better known as CISPA, has come under fire from parties on both side of the political spectrum, as the House vote nears.

Google Drive latest: 100GB storage offered, could be announced ‘as soon as Tuesday’

This week we should finally get to learn about Google Drive, Google's cloud-based storage service set to go up against the likes of Dropbox and Box. A report from Reuters on Monday night says that according to a person familiar with the matter, the Mountain…

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