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Edward Snowden: Dropbox is 'hostile to privacy'

Dropbox may be popular, but Snowden is no fan of the file sync service.

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Kindle Unlimited launches: 600,000 all-you-can-read e-books for $10 per month

Amazon's new subscription e-book plan includes more than 600,000 titles, but no major publishers.

on techhive.com

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Romanian gang used malware to defraud international money transfer firms

The cybercriminals targeted money transfer franchises in several European countries

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European Commission slams Apple for in-app purchase policies

Apple maintained that its parental controls 'go far beyond the features of others in the industry.'

on macworld.com

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Verizon blaming Netflix for slow streaming speeds is an 'attempt at deception' says Internet backbone provider

Verizon says Netflix isn't buying enough bandwidth to deliver its streaming video to Verizon customers. But a major Internet backbone provider says that's just not the case.

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Baidu launches search engine for Brazil

Baidu plans on establishing a research center in the country

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Android Influencer: Pushbullet CEO Ryan Oldenburg

The man behind one of Android's most popular apps talks development, why he got into the Android app game, and what he loves about developing for Google's mobile platform.

on greenbot.com

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UK rushes through surveillance bill, extending data retention rules

Rushing a surveillance bill like this shows utter disregard for the democratic process and the rule of law, a privacy group said

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Comparing the Android L settings to KitKat

The settings menus in Android L get a fresh look and a few tweaks, but aren't as different as you would expect.

on greenbot.com

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2014 Razer Blade Pro review: Only slightly better than last-year's model

While it is thinner and lighter than competing 17-inch gaming notebooks, the Blade Pro is also less powerful.

2014 Razer Blade Pro review

The Razer Blade Pro packs a massive 17-inch display in a surprisingly thin and light aluminum chassis. But its vaunted SwitchBlade UI leaves a bit to be desired.

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Dumb fun: 15 dead stupid, utterly joyful PC games

Sometimes, you don't want to balance an economy or learn a leveling system. Sometimes, you just want to blow stuff up.

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Twitter and Facebook see a bright future for in-the-moment spending

Both companies are looking at new services around shopping and promotions.

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Jesse Jackson demands Twitter release employee diversity data

Jackson said black underrepresentation in tech companies cannot be explained by a lack of technical skills