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Mitchell L. Frost

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PS4 horror game Until Dawn gets scary new live-action interactive trailer

Your choices have grave consequences in this frightening two-part video series promoting Sony's new horror game.

By August 17, 2015

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Revenge porn site operators ordered to pay woman $385K

The unidentified plaintiff sued after discovering "sexually explicit images" of herself on the site that were taken when she was underage.

By March 19, 2014

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Buy the only camera to go to the moon and back (allegedly)

An Austrian auction house will soon take bids on a camera it claims is the only handheld to come home from an Apollo mission.

By February 3, 2014

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U.S. accused of cyberattack on French government

The United States denies it was involved in any attack on the French government, calling it a top ally.

By November 21, 2012

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Apple ditches patronising Genius adverts

Apple has ditched its new Genius adverts, which featured Apple Store employees in all manner of japesome scrapes.

By August 23, 2012

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Oracle-Google: Another juror falls as impasse looms (again)

Verdict deliberations in Oracle v. Google have been mixed up as the jury looks like it might be stuck on the question of infringement once again.

By May 18, 2012

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Oracle v. Google jury grapples with tech terms, illness

Jury in highly watched trial is facing some tough times over highly technical terminology and even personal illness.

By May 17, 2012

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Google sums up: No 'shred of evidence' for patent claim

Google followed up with its closing arguments in phase two of the Oracle suit over Java, reiterating that it had no knowledge of Sun's patent portfolio.

By May 15, 2012

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Oracle sums up: Google chose 'reckless' infringement

Oracle argues that just because Google says the Android team didn't know about Sun's patents didn't mean they didn't have access to them.

By May 15, 2012

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FBI probes 4chan's 'Anonymous' DDoS attacks

Launch of denial-of-service attacks against Web sites, including that of the U.S. Copyright Office, catches the attention of federal investigators, CNET has learned.

By November 9, 2010