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Next iPhone Won't Have NFC, Analyst Says

An analyst suggests the next iPhone will be less of an update than we initially thought.

Guinness Awards Gaming Records to iPhone 4, App Store

iPhone 4 called "fastest-growing gaming system" while App Store games and Angry Birds set records too.

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On the Fly? Google Brings the News to You

Google's News Near Me service finds local headlines and delivers them to your smartphone.

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Google Music Scams Appearing Already

Google says invites to their Google Music service only come from them.

Google Doodle Celebrates Martha Graham and Dynamic Web

Google celebrates dynamic movement online with its Google Doodle celebrating Martha Graham, a revolutionary figure in contemporary dance.

iPod Nano Getting Camera Back: Rumor

The seventh-generation of the device will reportedly keep the sixth-generation model's smaller design and touch interface, and add a 1.3-megapixel camera.

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Facebook Users Lax on Privacy, Protecting Their Children Online

Do you use Facebook's privacy controls? If you don't, you're not alone, according to Consumer Reports.

iFixit Peeks Inside FBI GPS Tracking Device

Here's how the government tracks you.

Attackers Using Google Image Search to Distribute Malware

Attackers are using Google image search to distribute malicious code.

Sony Shifts Blame Back to Anonymous for PSN Attack

After stating that it had no evidence that Anonymous was responsible for the PSN attack, Sony is now suggesting that the hacktivist group may have played a role.

Google TV Will Get a Reboot

The second incarnation of Google TV will be targeted as an 'add-on' to TV in its traditional form, not as a replacement.

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Carriers Amend Mobile Wallet Payment Plans

T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon may now decide to partner with credit card companies instead of bypassing them altogether to make the Isis network happen.

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CBS Sued For Distributing LimeWire Software

FilmOn founder Alki David is suing CBS for distributing LimeWire.

Newsflash: Fewer Americans Own TVs

Nielsen finds that the number of American households that own televisions will be down in 2012 for the first time in 20 years.

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Julian Assange: Facebook is an 'Appalling Spying Machine'

Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange thinks Facebook is working with the government to spy on you.