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Hackers gain access through a former employee's Twitter account, which they breached first.
District attorney says there wasn't sufficient evidence to prosecute Gizmodo editors for extortion, despite then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs accusing the gadget blog of precisely that.
Hewlett-Packard permanently cuts the price of the TouchPad to just $399, Google is reportedly rushing to finish the Ice Cream Sandwich update to its Android operating system, and the San Mateo, Calif., district attorney has filed charges in the theft of an iPhone 4 prototype but not against Gizmodo.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, August 10.
Gawker and Gizmodo continue having difficulties, while others like Huffington Post, are back online.
As Hurricane Sandy delivers a glancing blow to New York City, the power company pulls the plug on parts of lower Manhattan, and some Web sites without redundant servers go down.
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Meet the most futuristic lightbulbs you've ever encountered -- read on to find out what Philips Hue lightbulbs can do.
Games like Doom 3 and Bioshock were banned in the European Windows 8 Store over a ratings discrepancy, but now that's changed.
A report suggests that someone in possession of an unreleased Nexus 4 left it behind at a San Francisco bar. When will people learn not to bring such devices with them near booze?