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Is the government reading your emails right now?

Jun 6, 2012
You can't know for sure. Surveillance orders in federal courts are reportedly on the rise -- and unless the orders lead to actual charges, the person being watched doesn't know.
Posted In: surveillance, Google, apple, Tech Report Theater
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White House summit on botnet combat held

May 31, 2012
Industry titans gather to figure out how to keep people off zombie networks.
Posted In: botnets, security, siri, apple
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Apple CEO's public relations dividend

May 25, 2012
Apple head Tim Cook says he will forgo the $75 million dividend from his company stock. It's a shrewd move at a time when corporate chiefs are under pressure for being over paid.
Posted In: apple, tim cook, ceo, compensation
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An app too far?

May 18, 2012
Apple's new Apple Store self-checkout app has Wired.com columnist Lore Sjoberg worried.
Posted In: apple, apps, spending, technology, smart phones
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Apple and Foxconn to share improvement costs

May 10, 2012
Tech giant Apple and its major supplier Foxconn say they will share the costs of better conditions for workers Chinese factories making Apple products.
Posted In: Foxconn, apple
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Google wants to store your stuff in its cloud

Apr 25, 2012
Google Drive premieres, offering users five gigabytes or more of space for documents, pictures, videos, what-have-yous. Plus, learn this term: liquidmetal.
Posted In: Google, cloud computing, apple, Microsoft, iPhone, macbook pro
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What Apple earnings could say about the tech sector

Apr 24, 2012
Later today we'll find out how Apple did over the last few months. And given the recent drop in Apple's stock price, there are questions about whether the company can remain the juggernaut that it's been.
Posted In: apple, Earnings
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Is the newest cool kid on the block … Microsoft?

Apr 20, 2012
The software graybeard may have a future in mobile after all.
Posted In: Microsoft, mobile, android, apple, iPhone, ios, zynga, Draw Something
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Greenpeace says Apple and Amazon have dirty clouds

Apr 19, 2012
Greenpeace says some companies running cloud services are doing better than others from an environmental stewardship point of view. It gives Amazon and Apple Fs. Plus, "The Legend of Grimrock" shows you the fun to be had while trapped in a dungeon.
Posted In: apple, Amazon, Google, cloud computing, games, video games
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Apple shares feel a blow from 'profit taking'

Apr 17, 2012
Apple's shares dropped about 4 percent yesterday. Its five-day losing streak has wiped out some $60 billion in Apple's market value.
Posted In: apple, stock, profits

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