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Get a 1-year Ad-Aware Pro license for free

Ad-Aware Pro offers robust, award-winning Internet security. It normally costs $29.95, but if you grab it today, it's free!

By December 27, 2010

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Why Android Wear faces a tougher fight than you think

Tech companies have been trying to make smartwatches happen for decades. Luke Westaway argues that Google has a mountain to climb to make Android Wear the Next Big Thing.

By July 4, 2014

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Facebook snaps up LiveRail in push for better video ads

Current customers of LiveRail's website and app services include MLB.com, ABC, Gannett, and Dailymotion.

By July 2, 2014

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Convicted RadiumOne CEO castigates board for firing him

Fired last month after accepting a misdemeanor plea, Gurbaksh Chahal now says he's disappointed in the company's board for caving into pressure.

By May 29, 2014

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Apple stole my tagline, says NY street artist

James De La Vega claims "You are more powerful than you think" is his line that's been appropriated for the iPhone 5S.

By May 13, 2014

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Hacker shouts at baby through baby monitor

An Ohio family is asleep when a man's voice reportedly is heard coming from baby's room. It turns out to be someone who thought it funny to hack into the device.

By April 29, 2014

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Oh, Apple. Did you have to?

Apple's Earth Day ad, squarely aimed at Samsung, undercuts Apple's sincerity in dealing with the environment. But some may love seeing a little arrogance back in Apple's ads.

By April 22, 2014

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Hide from, seek out nearby friends on Facebook

The social network is making it easy to locate your friends on a map, and it’s adding event alerts into the Paper app. Meanwhile, Samsung is about to push out a paid version of Milk Music.

By April 18, 2014

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Google cracks down on dodgy Android apps

Google has updated its Developer Program Policy to crack down on app behaviour around in-app payments, advertising and spyware.

By March 30, 2014

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School pays teen $70K after taking her Facebook password

A Minnesota teen posts disparaging remarks about a teacher's aide on Facebook. The school takes action. Now it has decided to pay for that action.

By March 27, 2014