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6:25 AM - Friday, December 19, 2014
6 hour ago - slashgear.com / Shane Mcglaun
Samsung rolled out its ChatOn service in 2011 as a way for it to compete with messaging services already on the market like BBM and iMessage. ChatOn originally launched in 120 countries and was supported in 62 languages. Users could send photos . . .
6 hour ago - BBC
Photo-sharing app Instagram has removed millions of accounts believed to be posting spam, angering many legitimate users.
7 hour ago - pcworld.com / Lucian Constantin
A critical vulnerability in client software used to interact with Git, a distributed revision control system for managing source code repositories, allows attackers to execute rogue commands on computers used by developers.The flaw affects . . .
8 hour ago - Gizmodo / Gerald Lynch
An undercover investigation by the BBC's Panorama team has found that Apple is still failing to protect those that work at the factories of its parts manufacturers.Read more...
6 hour ago - pcworld.com / Florence Ion
Finally. We were waiting for something interesting to come out of this Sony hack, and here it is. It appears that promotional plans for Sony’s next flagship phone can be found within marketing documents for the next James Bond movie.Accord . . .
6 hour ago - pcworld.com / Tony Bradley
Watch out for SoakSoak, a new malware threat that has compromised more than 100,000 Wordpress websites and led to more than 11,000 domains' being blacklisted by Google. Wordpress is a hugely popular and widely used Web publishing platfor . . .
14 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 Last month, Flickr expanded its Wall Art print service to include images from the photo-sharing site’s professional artists as well as images licensed for commercial use through Creative Commons. The project was originally intended to allow ph . . .
12/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Amazon has just launched Prime Now, a one-hour delivery option for Amazon Prime members in NYC. The service will debut in Manhattan beginning today, and should roll out to additional cities through 2015. It covers tens of thousands of what Ama . . .
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11 hour ago - blogs.wsj.com / Juro Osawa
Line, one of the most popular smartphone messaging applications in Asia, just made its first-ever acquisition, agreeing to buy mobile music streaming app MixRadio from Microsoft
8 hour ago - pcworld.com / Tim Hornyak
If anyone could use a hit product right now, it’s Sony. But its latest smartglasses won’t win people over from Google Glass despite having a better display.The Japanese conglomerate is reeling from the massive hack of its U.S. film arm, an . . .
6 hour ago - AndroidSPIN / Stephen Yuen
If there’s one game developed by Rockstar Games that is truly made for a handheld device, it’s GTA: Chinatown Wars. Unfortunately, that title has eluded our beloved platform, that is, until today as GTA: Chinatown Wars on Android has officially . . .
17 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
Corruption in the American Hollywood style is something to behold. Today, Google published a short blog post alleging that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), alongside a number of film studios, funded what was essentially opposit . . .
12/18/2014 - VentureBeat / Jordan Novet
For Google, promoting its Cloud Dataflow service is a matter of getting more people on board with a different type of computing from what they might be used to.
10 hour ago - Engadget / Mariella Moon
Instagram has made good on its promise to start purging inactive, fake and spam accounts this December, and it's doing such a great job that users are calling it "Instagram Rapture" or "Instapurge." Celebrities ended up losing a big chunk of th . . .
9 hour ago - Mashable / Brittany Levine
The most expensive home in Beverly Hills — which triggered a bidding war among celebrities and moneyed international buyers — has been snapped up by billionaire Markus Persson, the creator of Minecraft. For $70 million, Persson got the 23,000 . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
The White House is walking a fine line in its search for a response to North Korea’s apparent hack of Sony Pictures, a breach that doesn’t align with the scenarios laid out in the government’s contingency plans for cyberattacks.
6 hour ago - MakeUseOf.com / Dave Parrack
Also, Internet Explorer is the only option, a new Minecraft game is in the works, Dying Light tests your survival skills, and Megatron hates selfies. Android M Could Power Your Car Well I seem to have come to the disturbing realisation that I l . . .
12/17/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 U.S. officials say they believe that North Korea’s government was involved in the large-scale hack of Sony servers, which led to the leak of troves of Sony data from emails to unreleased projects, according to the NYT. Federal cyber-security . . .
20 hour ago - techcrunch.com / Greg Kumparak
 If you had plans to tuck a Jawbone UP3 under the tree for someone this year, it’s probably time to start thinking about something else. When Jawbone first told us about its plans to release a new fitness tracker, the company wouldn’t give us . . .
12/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 An Uber driver in Boston has been charged with rape, according to Bloomberg. He allegedly picked up a female passenger on the evening of December 6, asked her to get cash out of an ATM, and took her to a secluded area where he beat and raped . . .
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