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Black hole storm in a Teacup (Galaxy)

Astronomers have spotted in an otherwise not-very-interesting galaxy a raging storm erupting from the black hole at its core.

By February 12, 2015

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A new supermassive black hole puzzles scientists

Scientists have found a black hole 12 billion times more massive than the Sun that was formed so soon after the Big Bang it's challenging what we know about black holes.

By February 26, 2015

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Cuphead: 1930s animation meets modern gaming

Coming to Xbox and PC next year is Cuphead, a game that has been entirely cel animated by hand in the style of 1930s cartoons.

By July 8, 2014

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49 iPhone games that would rock with a controller

With a slew of iPhone game controllers on the horizon alongside iOS 7, CNET's rounded down some of the top games that would just play better with a real controller.

By June 19, 2013

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Apple responds to iPhone texting fears, says use iMessage

Apple has responded to worries that its iOS operating system suffers from a security glitch.

By August 20, 2012

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Samsung vows to 'review' Jelly Bean update in naff statement

When will the Samsung Galaxy S3 get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean? Samsung's not giving anything away.

By June 29, 2012

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Yahoo and its CEO: What's the worst that could happen?

Chief Executive Officer Scott Thompson is accused of lying about his college education. Tempest in a teacup, or scandal in the making?

By May 4, 2012

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Liar, Liar: Shareholders demand firing of Yahoo CEO

Playing DVDs could be a headache in Windows 8, the FBI asks Web sites to be wiretap-ready, and Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson is accused of lying about his college degree.

By May 4, 2012

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New iPad refunds offered in Aussie 4G furore

Apple is offering refunds to people who bought a new iPad because they thought it would net them a fast 4G Internet connection on the go.

By March 28, 2012

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Dropbox deceived users about data security, alleges security researcher

A complaint to the US Federal Trade Commission alleges that cloud-based storage provider Dropbox told users its employees can't see your data, when they actually can.

By May 16, 2011