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Sometimes oversharing on the internet does more than just annoy your friends. It can even land you in jail
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Today in terrible ideas...
Corporate fearmongers are eager to make a fortune from the phony threat of cyber-terror
Bloomberg says 100 product designers are hammering away at a new curved-glass computer for your wrist
No cheap iPhone, the Galaxy S III's screen is "awful," and more revelations from the Apple CEO's mouth
The popular social-messaging service is partnering with American Express to let you make purchases just by tweeting
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Thank goodness no serious observer of electronic warfare considers a cyber-9/11 possible, let alone imminent
Critics are impressed by Microsoft's beefy new Windows 8 slab
Kindle Fire owners will soon be able to purchase apps using virtual coins, and the company plans to give "tens of millions" of them away
Hint: It involves ads
"Like a kid on Christmas morning, I grabbed the delivery bag, tore it open, and glanced at the contents — a blue box with the words 'Nokia Lumia 620' printed on it."
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