Kim DotCom, founder of the controversial MegaUpload service, says that the new site avoids violating U.S. copyright law.
We love a redesign, we do. Apple's given its desktop computer a revamp, and a super-skinny frame.
Working from his safe haven in New Zealand, Kim DotCom announces a new file-sharing service called Mega, which will be similar to MegaUpload but with a twist.
Huawei's Y201 has a 3.5-inch screen, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and costs a mere £70.
This might make you feel old. This December, the Final Fantasy video game series marks 25 years of existence. Check out this jumbo box set, which contains all of the games and is set for release on the special day.
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Secrecy, drama and chaos surround the DOJ's over-the-top takedown of "cyberlocker" MegaUpload and eccentric CEO Kim Dotcom. Here's my guide to two prominent conspiracy theories and where they fall short.
A Purdue University team outdoes itself with a record-breaking device that peels fruit, makes hamburgers, and toasts bread. There's no app for that.
In no way are we condoning piracy, but it's easy to feel bad for the MegaUpload users who were using the service for legitimate purposes.
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