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Apple pledges to ‘brighten everyone’s day’ on Sept. 10

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Apple pledges to ‘brighten everyone’s day’ on Sept. 10 Apple will likely announce a new iPhone, and perhaps other new products, on Sept. 10, as fans of the company hunger for dazzling displays of innovation. The invite for the event, to be held on Apple’s Cupertino campus, promises that “this should brighten everyone’s day,” hinting that it may launch more ...

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HP to deal with spies on Board

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HP to deal with spies on Board Hewlett-Packard’s board of directors took no action at a special Sunday meeting and will reconvene late today to continue discussions about the scandal that has occupied the company over the past week. The board held a teleconference Sunday morning for several hours, according to a brief company statement issued Sunday afternoon, to discuss ...

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Elder Scrolls Online Releasing On PS4 And Xbox One In 2015: ZeniMax

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Elder Scrolls Online Releasing On PS4 And Xbox One In 2015: ZeniMax As a Holiday Greeting to Elder Scrolls series fans, ZeniMax has announced that Elder Scroll Online will launch in 2015 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is already out on PC and Mac. In the announcement, ZeniMax stated that development team is appreciating the support and feedback ...

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iMac sleep-update posted

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iMac sleep-update posted Apple has released a North American update for iMacs introduced in 2001 at Macworld Expos in Tokyo and New York. Called Apple iMac Power Management, the update is for users who unplug their iMacs to conserve energy. The update helps the iMac’s internal PRAM-battery remember settings such as date and time for longer when disconnected. The update ...

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Intel improves US chip production plants

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Intel improves US chip production plants Intel plans to invest $345 million to upgrade production facilities at two of its US chip manufacturing sites. The investments will be used to increase output capabilities at two factories – Fab 17 in Hudson, Massachusetts and Fab 23 in Colorado Springs, Colorado – the company said. The two facilities manufacture computer chipsets and ...

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Metropolitan Police shares victims’ emails in data breach

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Metropolitan Police shares victims’ emails in data breach The Metropolitan Police Service has confirmed that it “inadvertently” shared the email addresses of more than a thousand victims of crime with other victims. The breach, which took place on Monday 30 January, was blamed on human error. A total of 1,136 emails were sent out in seven batches of between 119 ...

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Apple plans third NY retail store

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Apple plans third NY retail store Apple plans to open a third New York retail store. The shop will be situated at West 34 Street, Manhattan. It will be up to 75 x 100ft in size. The company has leased the property from SL Green Reality. Apple’s retail segment attracted revenue of $936 million in the company’s fourth quarter, up ...

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Dead Space 2: Severed DLC hits Playstation Network today

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Dead Space 2: Severed DLC hits Playstation Network today The Severed DLC for Dead Space 2 will be coming out on Playstation Network today. The Severed DLC for the game will pick up where Dead Space: Extraction left off. Gamers will see old enemies coming back like feared Twitchers. According to the detail Dead Space 2: Severed will have steeper ...

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Mechwarrior Online no longer in beta, now "officially" released 

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Mechwarrior Online no longer in beta, now “officially” released  Ok gents, let us all call this one like it is shall we? Mechwarrior Online has been in an Open Beta state for almost a year now, with developer Piranha Games happily scooping up player’s cash for its entirety. The notion that Mechwarrior Online has only now been “released” just because ...

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Mozilla starts dropping features from Firefox 4

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Mozilla starts dropping features from Firefox 4 Mozilla, which launched the latest beta of Firefox 4 last week, has started to drop features from the still-under-construction browser. Firefox 4 Beta 5 shipped Sept. 7, and included support for a new audio API (application programming interface) that allows developers to tap raw audio data from within the browser, as well as ...

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