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White House: Yeah, copyright those APIs.
Google v. Oracle: Unlicensed use of APIs might be a fair use, US says.
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Bottom line is that the White House is owned by big biz.
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"[P]raising Silk Road for including 'harm reduction measures' is akin to applauding
a heroin dealer for handing out a clean needle with every dime bag: the point is that he has no business dealing drugs in the first place."
"If Silk Road did not exist then Preston would still be with us," a father writes.
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where there is a will there is a way, there is several of these sites online atm, and they are mainly run by feds, NTF, however if you are smart about it, ya got no risk. 
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Has its moments, but don't come looking for Fury Road the game
Preview: Come for the crunchy car combat, tolerate the walking around on foot.
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Not everyday you get to see islands forming
Satellites capture infancy of volcanic islands after eruptions in 2011 and 2013.
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Your 4K gaming dreams are just around the corner
4K gaming is still expensive, but mid-range adoption is just around the corner.
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2016 will be the year of 4K.
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The breaking news for today: IRS had info for 100K+ users compromised.
Attackers bypassed a security screen that required user info like SSN and date of birth.
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I bet the story changes as more people look into this...... It will get bigger.
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Reminder, we're liveblogging the Google I/O keynote tomorrow at 9:30a PT. That means you have less than 24hrs to catch up on all things Google.
SPOILER ALERT! We recap upcoming Google projects that could launch at I/O 2015.
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"Apple will almost certainly issue a fix. In the meantime, users can protect themselves against the nuisance text by going to system settings, navigating to Notifications>Messages>Show Previews, and turning it to off."
Newly discovered iOS bug triggers wave of text messages that causes iDevice reboot.
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Nintendo's first game truly aimed at online multiplayer—Splatoon—is, surprise, a mess.
Review: Nice twists on team-shooter format, but Nintendo slips on a few online puddles.
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When patent trolls fight Cisco... the Supreme Court supports the trolls?
It takes more than a "good faith belief" to dodge a bruising patent verdict.
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If you're wondering what to do with a 50+ year old IBM mainframe... you can mine Bitcoin
The IBM 1401 mines 1 block in 40,000 times the age of the universe, or 80 sec/hash.
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As reader @SirLLizzington put it on Twitter, "The coldest temperatures in the known universe occur right here on Earth. A tribute to the ingenuity of our species."
And this work may let researchers see the quantum to classical transition.
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