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Yahoo Livestand

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Yahoo is staking its claim in new-media territory with the launch of Livestand, a digital magazine stand for your tablet or super-phone.

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GeoHot Forced To Surrender Contents Of His Computer To Sony

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Sony is making both Microsoft and Metallica look downright cool as their lawsuit against GeoHot continues to unfold.

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Google Accounts Get Security Upgrade

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Google will be adding an extra layer of security -- Google Authenticator -- to their accounts in order to combat the growing threat of hackers and raise confidence in services such as Docs and Gmail.

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Fido Fetches Sony Ericsson Cedar GreenHeart Phone

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Sony Ericsson is expanding their GreenHeart collection of environmentally-friendly phones with an exclusive Canadian release of the Cedar. With post-consumer recycled plastics, a low-consumption charger and waterborne paint, the phone is being sold exclusively by Fido in Canada, aimed at consumers and businesses looking at a low-impact mobile solution.

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Monopoly goes 21st century

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Monopoly is getting a techno overhaul this fall, trading paper money for bank cards and exchanging guess-work and simple arithmetic for a computer tower that rolls the dice, manages the money and demands the rent.

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Nissan electric Z concept heading to Geneva

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Nissan is following up their Leaf EV with something a little more showy, turning their sights to a 370Z concept sports car to turn some heads at next months Geneva auto show.

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INQ’s Cloud Touch is a Facebook phone at heart

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NQ Mobile is showing off the prototype of their "Facebook phone," an Android-based smartphone with deep Facebook integration called the Cloud Touch. It's got Facebook chat, the news feed on the home screen, and FB events integrated into the Google calendar.

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Slow motion: cute kittens and speeding bullets

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In the 1920s, a fat, shirtless man in dress shoes somehow discovered the ability to survive being shot at close range by a cannon – and did so with a smile. To better display the feat to viewers, a videographer intentionally cranked his camera faster than usual while filming the cannon man so that when the reel was played back, the footage appeared to be slower; viewers could better take in what has happening on screen.

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Emergency pagers for college students: Will it fly?

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In an effort to combat parents' lack of trust in college crisis management systems, IntelliGuard is offering a work-around for post-secondary institutions to bypass mobile networks with emergency alerts.

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Retro Fujifilm FinePix X100 release date, price confirmed

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It is official. The long-awaited, highly-anticipated Fujifilm FinePix X100 camera is set to hit U.S. stores in March.

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Line2 brings voice and data multitasking to Verizon’s iPhone

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Those of you looking to grab the Verizon iPhone 4 may be surprised to hear that the phone doesn't support network multitasking. You have to choose between voice or data, not both simultaneously as is possible with the AT&T iPhone 4.

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$10 million in counterfeit iPods, iPhones seized

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The 200-member L.A. Port Police force's most recent investigation led to the seizure of more than $10 million of counterfeit Apple products and other electronics in a warehousing operation in downtown Los Angeles over the weekend.

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iPad MIDI connection continues the 80s theme in Apple’s aftermarket

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The folks at Create Digital Music have provided further proof that the iPad is in fact for consumers and creators with a series of new tutorial videos.

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United Space Alliance looking into commercial contracting

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The United Space Alliance, NASA's lead shuttle operating contractor, is bidding on the prospect of continuing on a commercial basis after 2013.

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Sage Mobile Payments adds credit card processing to phones and tablets

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Artists at exhibits, vendors at trade shows, limo drivers at airports; nobody likes a missed sale. Which is exactly the problem Sage Software Inc. is looking to eliminate with today's launch of their new fee-free encrypted credit card payment device.

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