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12,000 Europeans asked Google to erase them from Internet existence

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — A new site Google Inc. set up to comply with a top European court’s “right to be forgotten” ruling has received more …

Honeycomb Speaker All White

The only thing sweeter than Barry Manilow’s crooning is a great speaker to blast it from. The professional sound engineers at <b>Native Union</b> designed the Bluetooth-enabled wireless <b>Honeycomb Speaker</b> with a conference call unit and docking station. <b>Listen to music, chat, and multi-way call</b> on this …

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Why The Security Bug Heartbleed Has A Catchy Logo

It’s a simple logo for a terrifyingly esoteric bug. And that’s entirely the point.<p>You’ve probably never heard of CVE-2014-0160. But you probably have heard of the Heartbleed bug, the “catastrophic” security hole that was revealed in half a million websites earlier this week.<p>It’s perfect for …

One of Google’s top Android lieutenants comes to Samsung’s defense against Apple

The lawsuit between Apple and Samsung does not have Google's name attached to it, but that hasn't kept the company from being involved. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the company's current VP of engineering for Android took to the stand today to aid in Samsung's legal counter-battle against Apple, an effort …

Most People On Twitter Don't Actually Tweet

And the vast majority of people tweet less than once a month.<p>It's old news, really.<p>But the issue of inactive accounts on Twitter will become an issue again on Twitter's next earnings call, on which CEO Dick Costolo will — fingers crossed — show some upbeat user and engagement metrics on the social …

China’s internet police crack down on ‘panic mongering’ | Financial Times

China’s internet police have started to crack down on “rumours and panic mongering” on the internet in the wake of a brutal massacre in the southern …

Ex-Apple CEO Sculley said to have Indian smartphone plans

Former Apple CEO John Sculley reportedly is planning to launch a smartphone brand in India, according to a report by tech-news site BGR that didn't cite sources.<p>Smartphone usage is exploding in India, with major players like Apple and Samsung pushing their phones through distribution networks and …