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EFF questions US government's software flaw disclosure policy

The government hasn't shown that it is improving its zero-day flaw notification efforts

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Gmail Android app adds unified inbox, conversation view, and smarter search

Google makes it easier to manage multiple email accounts in its latest Gmail app update.

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US trade body to investigate Apple after Ericsson complaints

The case is part of a growing spat between the two companies on LTE patents

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Jay Z's Tidal doubles down on streaming for audiophiles

Tidal offers CD-quality streaming music across mobile and the desktop.

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Silk Road investigators charged with stealing massive amounts of bitcoin

Two former U.S. agents face charges of wire fraud and money laundering

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Nest users get a chilly awakening in the UK

File under First World Problems: A glitch related to British Summer Time is causing delays in the morning heating routine for some users.

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Photos now available in Google Drive, making Google+ even less relevant

The full divorce of Google's social network seems to be coming any day now. Is this the beginning?

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HP links Vertica and IDOL seeking better unstructured data analysis

The company built a connector server for the products, which it acquired separately in 2011

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T-Mobile revamps its coverage maps with 'real-time customer usage' data

The crowdsourced map splashes a lot more magenta all over the screen, which T-Mobile hopes will lure you from your current carrier.

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Dead or Alive 5's Steam release proves terrible PC ports still exist

Koei Tecmo launched Dead or Alive 5 on Steam a month late, and it's still completely nerfed, with no online multiplayer, PS3-era effects, and more.