Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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There's a new gaming console in town, the Ouya. Its crowdfunded Kickstarter campaign had 60,000 backers -- and the console only costs $100. While the Ouya won't put Microsoft or Sony out of business, it will likely find an audience. And why did Edward Snowden ask his lawyers to store their phones in freezers?

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In a letter today to Google, Bing and other search engines, the Federal Trade Commission warned of a need to "clearly and prominently" distinguish ads from natural search results.
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Meet Ouya, the new $100 video game console

The console, which features indie video games, is already making waves online. Its Kickstarter campaign attracted over 60,000 backers and $8.5 million.
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