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The Pastebin page also gives away an SQL injection vulnerability, however, it seems like not everyone is excited is about this hack. Discordian has criticized Reckz0r on this hack, saying most of the data was already out in the public domain.

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Whenever we install software, we agree to an EULA. The same EULA has liability provisions as well, and now that Adobe is (probably) psych testing its users for this new business model, someone might just go ahead and file a class action lawsuit in the coming days.

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With this ban, Virgin Media has become the first UK based ISP to impose a ban on The Pirate Bay. Legally, Virgin Media is not at fault here because it is just following court orders. However, instead of accepting the ban so happily, Virgin should have challenged the decision and followed BT’s example.

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Facebook Enters the World of Apps with Its App Center

Currently, all apps that wish to make it to Facebook app store are required to use the Facebook login feature. Apps from the Facebook App Store will be linked to the respective native apps on platforms like Android and iOS.

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The dump contains nearly 55,000 usernames and passwords. However, it was also found later that many of these login credentials were redundant and some others did not match with any account.

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Federal agencies and governments ask for a user’s personal online information too often nowadays, and they have aggravated their strategy for obtaining this information.

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Finally, after years of vendor lock-in, the PC has finally been freed from its shackles. We hope to see an open hardware market, where the end-user has more choices and there are more than one prominent software development ecosystems.

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Perhaps, this rebranding will let BitTorrent shed the piracy stigma associated with the word torrent. Whatever may be the case, BitTorrent seems like it is in a transition to Gyre Inc. and we hope to get some official word on this matter, soon.

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After this acquisition, one of two things can happen. With the backing of Discovery, Revision3 can emerge as a leading web-video content provider. Discovery’s association will bring Revision3 shows better advertising deals and sponsorship.

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With more than 60% of American households Internet connections being wireless, there are numerous John Does piggybacking on unsecured Wi-Fi networks.

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On comparing the port to the actual Dalvik core, it was seen that the ported C# version had drastic performance improvements over the existing Java based Dalvik core.

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Seven months into ownership of Skype, and Microsoft is already making changes to it. Although it is not trying to port any existing infrastructure to its own technology stack immediately, there is a fair chance of that happening.

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Does SPDY do justice to mobile browsing? Google Developers Blog investigated into SPDY mobile performance and found that it really does make a difference.

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The Apache Software Foundation has recently announced the release of a new application server based on Apache Tomcat 7.0.27. The new server is called TomEE and it is a sub-project of Apache OpenEJB.

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Google has come out of this investigation clean. The FCC said Google did not capture Wi Fi data illegally, but fined Google for $25,000 for stalling the investigation.

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