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This American can't resist the siren song of Xperia smartphones despite knowing better.
A distributed-denial-of-service attack peaked some 33 percent higher than last year's Spamhaus attack, the previous DDoS record-holder.
Americans, who now own an average of four digital devices, are demonstrating a heightened appetite to eat up as much digital content as they can get their hands on.
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The next installment in a mysterious scavenger hunt that's baffled the Internet may have been posted online.
The Canadian company opted not to sell off parts of it as it wouldn't be in the interests of its stakeholders.
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This ain't your grandma's "Poky Little Puppy." Artists turn out imaginary versions of Little Golden Books starring time travelers, meth makers, and sci-fi heroes.
The events at the Boston Marathon have forever changed the way we look at breaking news on the Internet.