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Google and NORAD”s Santa tracker is another victory for terrorists

What Is Google”s Holiday Doodle?


Apple Is Denying In-App Donations To Developers

Apple applies for “logo antenna” patent, hides your resonator behind the brand indicator

Apple Confirms One Million Apple TVs Sold

Apple Sued Amidst Privacy Concerns Regarding App Tracking

Apple Patents Phone Interface, And It”s Not What You Think

The iPhone 4 Antenna and Ping Make CNN”s List of Biggest 2010 Tech Fails


iPhone 4: Six months later

How to Give An iPhone App This Holiday Season

Skype Video Chat is Finally iPhone Bound

How to track Santa on Google Maps with your iPhone or iPad.

iPhone App Piracy Tool IPA God is Now Open Source

Next iPhone to Sport Dual Core CPU

New to iOS? Here Are the Best Free iPhone Apps (iPod Touch and iPad Included)

Pirate Apple App Store Innovates With “Reverse BitTorrent”

Apple Increases 1st Quarter iPhone Shipments to 21 Million, Including the Verizon iPhone?

Man Attempts To Rob Restaurant Using An iPhone

Gorillaz iPad album now available, as are the apps used to make it (video)

Softbank to Release NFC Mobile Payments Stickers for iPhone 4

Apple bringing Cherokee language support to iPhone and iPad

iOS Developers See Christmas Surge in Downloads and Activity

Next-Generation iPad With Tapered Sides and iPod Touch-Like Form Factor

BMW Connected app hits iOS App Store, “Apps” function hitting vehicles next year

Apple to Offer a CDMA (Verizon) Version of Next iPad?

First Steps Toward Hacking the New iPod Nano

App Store Updates Now Propagating as Holiday Shutdown Ends

Apple to ship three models of iPad 2 including CDMA support, anti-reflective screen?

Push Notifications for Ad Hoc Distributions

Camera Reaches Over 78,000 Sales on Christmas Day Alone

iPad-Inspired Furniture is for the Ultimate iFanatic

Yet Another Camera App Sneaks Into the App Store With Added “Perks”

SoundHound Music Recognition App Now Comes With Unlimited Song IDs

An iPad App To Help Disabled Kids Speak


Hedge fund using Twitter to predict stock prices, OK Cupid to meet girls

General FAIL: The Military”s Worst Tweeters


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BitTorrent Zeitgeist: What People Searched For in 2010

The Top 20 DMCA Cease and Desist Senders of 2010

RapidShare Shows MPAA/RIAA: We Can Lobby Lawmakers Too

Hadopi Sends 100,00 Warning Emails To Suspected Pirates


How To Make 3D Images

Researchers create ultra-fast “1,000 core” processor, Intel also toys with the idea

Network Data Encoded In Flickering Office Lights

If You Want To Keep Using The Internet, Learn Chinese Now

Scientists Plan “Living Earth Simulator” To Track Disease, Disasters And Traffic

Thimble concept translates real-world input into real-time Braille (video)


Newly Discovered Molecule Will Make Rocket Fuel Super Efficient

This Is China”s Secret Stealth Strike Fighter


ComeScore: Facebook overtakes Yahoo, is now the third most trafficked website in the world


Using Your Mobile Phone At Sea


BlackBerry maker RIM thought Apple was lying about iPhone in 2007?


Free Kinect keyboard emulator lets you WoW while AFK (video)


Windows Phone 7

App store milestones: Windows Phone 7 hits 5,000 as Android passes 200,000 available apps


Congress Will Allow The Use Of Electronic Devices In The House

Memoirs Of A Highly Visible Man: Julian Assange Signs $1.3m Book Deal To Cover Legal Costs

Man Faces Five Years In Jail–For Reading Wife”s Emails


Kindle 3 Beats Harry Potter To Become The Top Selling Product In Amazon History

Amazon Patents Terrible Gift Auto-Return System

Why I Ditched iTunes for Amazon MP3s


Hey New York, This Is Real Snow

Watch 20 Hours Of Blizzard In 38 Seconds

The History Of The World”s Fastest Vehicles In One Image


The Simplest-And Most Common-Cellphones Are Vulnerable To The “SMS Of Death”