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Sony LulzSec Hack: What You Need to Know; Apple Moving Final
Pieces Into Place for iCloud, Reports Say; White House:
Government Email Not Compromised Via Gmail Hack
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Sony LulzSec Hack: What You Need to Know
Sony said Thursday that it is investigating reports that its
SonyPictures.com database was hacked. The group that claimed
responsibility for the hack, meanwhile, appears to be setting
its sites on the FBI.
Apple Moving Final Pieces Into Place for iCloud, Reports Say
With deals with all four major labels in place, Apple's cloud
service is poised for a big debut Monday.
White House: Government Email Not Compromised Via Gmail Hack
The White House said Thursday that no U.S. government email
accounts were accessed in a recent hack of Gmail accounts
belonging to government officials, activists, and journalists.
Nintendo 3DS Update Adding eShop, Web Browser
Nintendo will kick off next week's E3 gaming conference with an
update for the Nintendo 3DS that adds an Internet browser and an
'Duke Nukem Forever' Demo and Trailer Launched Today
At long last. Duke Nukem Forever, a game that has taken nearly
15 years to produce, released its trailer and demo on Friday.
T-Mobile Subsidiary, Dealer Express Doubts Over AT&T Merger
A T-Mobile subsidiary and a T-Mobile dealer both wrote letters
to the FCC worrying about the T-Mobile/AT&T merger.
Google Apps Giving Older Browsers the Boot
Google announced Wednesday that it will start phasing out Google
Apps support for older browsers in favor of more modern options.
Adobe CEO: Apple Feud Over, Android Will Overtake iPad
Apple's mighty iPad will eventually be unseated from its reign
as the dominant tablet by devices running on Android Adobe
Systems CEO Shantanu Nayaren said Thursday in a conversation
with Walt Mossberg at the D9 Conference in Palos Verdes, Ca.
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