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Chinmoy Kanjilal is a FOSS enthusiast and evangelist. He is passionate about Android. Security exploits turn him on and he loves to tinker with computer networks. He rants occasionally at Techarraz.com. You can connect with him on Twitter @ckandroid.

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The joint operation by the FBI and Scotland Yard follows from the Sony, (probably)Lockheed Martin and the UK Census data leaks. This has resulted in what is being seen as the first LulzSec arrest.

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Google Acquires Sage TV, Google TV Looks Bright Again

The Acquisition of a full blown and operational service indicates how serious Google is getting about Google TV now. Expect more news on Google TV very soon.

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No one finds the LulzSec lulzworthy anymore. They are trying desperately to cover their tracks with obvious methods, like encrypting drives and using Virtual private networks to stay behind closed doors. Let us see how far this level of anonymity works for them.

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What makes Firefox awesome recently, is how it is following these deadlines and the way it has released Firefox 5 ahead of a schedule. Yes, Firefox 5 is available ahead of the schedules 21st June. You can download it here.

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What they are doing is playing the reverse psychology card that will probably bring security through insecurity. People will start taking passwords seriously.

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Kinect is the Fastest Selling Consumer Electronics Device but Here’s Why It is Awesome

The Kinect and its SDK for Windows will be the most awesome DIY hardware for indie developers and with this SDK, MS has unleashed a whole new world of possibilities that moves closer to Microsoft’s dream of the future.

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The most notable change in the beta release is the removal of the channel switcher. The feature was welcome but it is a surprise to see it gone suddenly. Apparently, the channel switcher was causing users to run multiple instances of Firefox releases.

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Reddit was running with one developer for the last three months. To make things better, they have made three new hires at Reddit now.

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The new release of Apache Traffic Server can withstand 200,000 requests per second which is a 277% improvement on the earlier v2.0. It is also an Apache Top Level Project now.

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Mozilla has a number of leaks to take care of which has piled up over time. Mozilla developer Johnny Stenback has talked of the project MemShrink.

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With iCloud, Apple wants to take on the world of file syncing and storage, but it went a bit too carried away with the name to notice that a company with the same brand name exists already!

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Google and Facebook are killing entrepreneurship. They hire talent pools and focus their highly constructive energies on the same tasks.

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The plaintext storage vulnerability has been discovered by viaForensics but it seems like this is becoming a trend with Android apps.

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if you delete a photo on Facebook, Facebook makes changes to your account in such a way that it never comes back to you as an object accessible from the user-interface. This has upset many users who are seeing their deleted messages reappear after an update.

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A majority of the bank accounts being used in this drug abuse are based outside of the US. The decentralized nature of Bitcoin combined with offshore bank accounts leaves very little in the hand of federal authorities to act upon.

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