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The GuardianGoogle pays $22.5 million to settle Apple Safari chargesNBCNews.comWASHINGTON — Google Inc will pay $22.5 million to settle charges it bypassed the privacy settings of customers using Apple Inc's Safari browser, the U.S.
NBCNews.comScientists adjust to 'Mars time' as Curiosity's work beginsNBCNews.comNow that NASA's new Mars rover Curiosity is on the ground, the work begins — not just for the robot, but for many humans back on Earth.
The GuardianColumn: Usain Bolt keeps Olympics interestingPoughkeepsie JournalFor all the interesting bits and pieces the events of last week generated, the truth is these Games have been slow to gather momentum, sleepy one moment and electrifying...
Macon Telegraph (blog)Samsung starts US sales of Galaxy Note 10.1The Seattle Times"I think the video on the left and note-taking on the right half of the screen can be widely used for educational purposes," said Lee Sei-cheol, a technology analyst...
Pre-empting the threat of death, is it viable?Transhumanist theories provide a glimpse on ways to defy Death and entropy and increase life longevity.Transhumanism encourages perpetuating these very ideas, collectively, embracing the laws of attraction and being proactive towards life and emerging a survivor.
Technology: The backend at the 2012 OlympicsExaminer.comOlympic Technology. Behind all the Gold, Silver and Bronze 'Bru Ha Ha" of the 2012 Olympics in London was a whole different dynamic taking place.
Examiner.comObama: Mars Rover Landing An 'Unprecedented Feat Of Technology'Huffington PostThe president says the mission, which cost taxpayers $2.5 billion, shows that American preeminence "depends on continuing to invest wisely in the innovation,...
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