Hackers force message on websites via US firm

A U.S. firm that helps connect more than 700 companies with customers through social media says a Syrian group hacked the company's web address to upload a message to other websites.

6 hours ago from Phys.org

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Device cools itself in the blazing-hot Sun

Passive system works without the need for a power source

7 hours ago from Physics World

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Twitter is watching how you use your phone but it can be stopped

Twitter updated its mobile apps to monitor the other software that users have installed, but provided an easy way out of the change for those worried about it.

17 hours ago from The Independent

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Say goodbye to (most of) those arcane symbols on your gadgets

Like the lower back tattoo you got in college, everyone's been hoping that those mandated symbols on the bottom of your gadgets will just go away. Thankfully, the E-Label act has now been signed ...

10 hours ago from Engadget

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Amazon offloading Fire Phone stock with $199 off-contract price

Amazon isn't exactly setting the world on fire with its Fire Phone. We didn't think the "gimmicky and overpriced phone" was worth picking up in our review, and the company is doing away with ...

Wed 26 Nov 14 from Gizmag

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EU Parliament votes to break up Google

The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly for the break-up of Google Thursday in a largely symbolic vote that nevertheless cast another blow in the four-year standoff between Brussels and ...

14 hours ago from Phys.org

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23,000-year-old statue of woman with large breasts and buttocks found in France

A 23,000-year-old statue of a woman hailed as a "masterpiece" has been discovered in France.

1 hours ago from The Independent

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EU wants Google 'right to be forgotten' deletions to apply everywhere

EU regulators want the controversial 'right to be forgotten' ruling, which allows people to have pages about themselves scrubbed from the search engine, to be applied across the internet, including ...

Wed 26 Nov 14 from The Independent

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Apple reportedly taps longtime partner Foxconn to make sapphire glass

Apple signed a deal with GT Advanced Technologies to create sapphire displays for the iPhone 6. Trusting an unproven supplier proved to be a fatal mistake, one that the Cupertino-based company ...

1 hours ago from Techspot

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Tech Deals: Pre-Black Friday edition

Now that Black Friday is a bona fide thing, you’ve really got to be strategic. As the official starter for the holiday shopping season, Black Friday and the days to come are expected ...

7 hours ago from Techspot

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