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Pirate Ninja uses Apple's face detection technology to put pirate hats and ninja masks on group photos.
Obnoxious movie patrons versus ninjas? My money is on the ninjas. A London cinema has raised an army of them to quiet rude customers.
An alternative to the Stop Online Piracy Act called the OPEN Act wouldn't block overseas Web sites such as The Pirate Bay and would be ineffective in curbing piracy, SOPA's supporters are warning.
Wikileaks uncovers a treasure trove of diplomatic dish that could disrupt not only the political but social fabric of the world. Online spending finally takes off (again), and Homeland Security confirms it's planning to systematically dismantle the structure of the Internet at the behest of private companies. So, that's awesome. Also, the zombie apocalypse is nigh, led by a phalanx of terrifyingly young mice. --Molly
It's a common complaint: why do the best mobile games so often release exclusively to iOS? Where's the Android love?
VC Fred Wilson says Google, Bing, Facebook, and Twitter should warn people when they try to log in at known pirate sites: "We don't need legislation."
We answer questions about iPads, Xboxes, and Windows 7 sleep blue screens.
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Pirates, robots and wearable tech: all of 2013 distilled down to Nic's picks for the five finest technologies, moments and events.