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BlackBerry reportedly wants to sell itself by November

BlackBerry wants to cut a deal to sell itself to a prospective suitor before November rolls around, according to the Wall Street Journal.<p>Citing "people familiar with the matter," the Journal reported late Wednesday that the Canadian phone maker has already been chatting with parties interested in …

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Google Play Still Missing Top App Titles From iOS, Many Of Which Are Games

Many of today’s tech companies and startups are still building their apps for iOS first, despite Android’s growing market share. The problem stems from a lack of in-house talent, fewer Android-owning beta testers, technical hurdles, fragmentation issues, potential for revenue and more. And yet, …

LulzSec hacker Jeremy Hammond pleads guilty to role in Stratfor leak

Jeremy Hammond, the LulzSec hacker and activist accused of breaking into security company Stratfor's servers and distributing internal files to WikiLeaks, has pleaded guilty to one violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. According to Hammond's defense site, Hammond agreed to a plea bargain …

Living in a Van: Rustic, Cozy Converted Campers

Living in a van down by the river wouldn’t be a cautionary tale, if all vans looked like these rustic reclaimed campers by Welsh couple Bill and …

Why no iTunes for Windows 8 shouldn't surprise you

Microsoft on Friday said users shouldn't expect a version of Apple's iTunes that's been specialized for Windows 8's new Metro interface "anytime soon." Though if you've been paying attention to the battle between the two companies, it should come as no surprise that Apple's dragging its feet.<p>iTunes …

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Mobile Gaming Backend OpenKit Now Available To All Developers

OpenKit, an open-source social platform for mobile games, is now open to all developers, according to co-founder Peter Relan. The service, first announced in December, has been in private beta since earlier this year. There are apparently 1,500 developers already testing the service.<p>Relan …