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Google on Antitrust: ‘Bad People’ Only Try Pulling Us Down
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After regulators at the European Union charged the giant tech, Google, for antitrust, the New York Times published a headline saying that the campaign versus Google in Europe was funded by competitor Microsoft. Given that part of it is true, the story being shopped by PR staffers and executives at

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Cyber Stalking & Internet Addiction
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A new study has revealed that most internet based stalkers may be internet addicts who have low interpersonal skills and are not in touch with other people. The National Center for Cyberstalking Research says that these Cyber-stalkers fail to establish relationships; therefore they concentrate on virtual people. Psychologist Dr Short,

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Telescopic Tube Shortens Scanning Time for Possible Lung Cancer
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Cutting time to spend on scanning the lungs for possible cancer, the doctors are the University College of London, use a telescopic tube to diagnose the disease that normally takes days before the results could come out. This is the latest telescopic tube that the doctors at the University College

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Group Invites Women in STEM Careers
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A group invites girls to discover science and technology careers. In Oshkosh, the UW Oshkosh and the American University Women are encouraging girls to become tech savvy.  The school had a special Saturday class in exploring in demand and high paying careers that women might have been overlooking. The Technology

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Technology to Predict Driving Errors Developed
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Researchers at the Stanford and Cornell are promising new auto technology that predicts driving errors. Although many cars already have their cameras and sensors that can monitor and watch the surrounding vehicles and markings, the new system will also use a camera inside the automobile in order to monitor the

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China Suspends New Financial Banking Cybersecurity Rules
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The bank regulator of China suspended the new financial web security rules temporarily this week after comments and feedback from banks that showed practical challenges regarding the country’s long-term effort of cutting dependence on matters of entrenched foreign technology. Based in Reuter’s review of the notice issued, the country’s regulators

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Online Dating: League
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This is an age of online dating and many people find it difficult to find the right mate. The league is a new app that lets users find their date through searching their niche. The league has a tagline “for people who hate dating apps, by people who hate dating

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Instagram Nudity Banned
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Instagram have revised their rules on posting certain things. Posting with your clothes on is now the new motto for Instagram. People are urged to post their own photos and videos with their clothes on. Experts say that Instagram may go too far to enforce its ban. Some of its

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Wikileaks releases Sony Emails and Documents
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Wikileaks has published the emails and document from the famous Sony cyber-attack incident which happened last year. The archives that have been published, contain the conversations between Sony and Downing Street, additionally, conversations with Hollywood figures are also included. Sony entertainment underwent a cyber-attack before releasing the comedy film The

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Google’s Antitrust Case in EU Compared to Microsoft
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Critics expect that the European Union’s antitrust case against Google is going to draw comparison to the prosecution of Microsoft, which has been ongoing for years and in which the regulators from both the sides of the Atlantic pursued the giant software company for its alleged anticompetitive behavior. However, the

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