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Microsoft Onedrive users complain of file corruption

Microsoft Office files are getting mangled when they're synced (feeds.theinquirer)

Google Bans Disconnect.me App From Play Store Based On Vague Guidelines

Having had our own run-ins with Google\s opaque (and often hypocritical) decision-making process at times, it\s not surprising (though unfortunate) to hear of yet another case. The folks over at Disconnect.me have been working on tools to give people more (feedproxy.google)

Death Valley?s famous moving stones, caught in the act

Finally, the rocks of Racetrack Playa observed making their mysterious journeys. (feeds.arstechnica)

Invasion of Ukraine Continues As Russia Begins Nuclear Weapons Sabre Rattling

cold fjord writes Russian President has issued a stark indication of Russia's military capabilities: 'I want to remind you that Russia is one of the most powerful nuclear nations. This is a reality, not just words.' According to News.com.au, 'It's the fir (rss.slashdot)

The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is here (pictures)

Land Rover's revealed its new baby, the Discovery Sport. We've got the first set of pictures and some info on the smallest Disco money can buy. (feedproxy.google)

Mysterious, Phony Cell Towers Found Throughout US

Trachman writes: Popular Science magazine recently published an article about a network of cell towers owned not by telecommunication companies but by unknown third parties. Many of them are built around U.S. military bases. 'Interceptors vary widely in e (rss.slashdot)

Why Is Huffington Post Running A Multi-Part Series To Promote The Lies Of A Guy Who Pretended To Invent Email?

I thought this story had ended a few years ago. Back in 2012, we wrote about how The Washington Post and some other big name media outlets were claiming that a guy named V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai had 'invented email' in 1978. The problem was that it wasn't eve (feedproxy.google)

First US appeals court hears argument to shut down NSA database

Second Circuit judges ask: What did Congress know, and when did they know it? (feeds.arstechnica)

Celebrity photo leak worsens as underage photos found

The hacking of celebrity accounts and the theft of explicit photos of a number of female stars has become even more serious, with word that at least one of the women was underage when the leaked pictures were taken. Several sites hosting the photos - whic (feeds.slashgear)

Meet the police forensic tool pervs used to steal celebrity iCloud nude photos

Blame for the flood of celebrity nude photos that hit the Internet has been rotating from the pervy hackers that ripped the pics, to Apple, to the creator of iBrute, but while the FBI and Apple continue to investigate the& (feedproxy.google)

Firefox 32 Arrives With New HTTP Cache, Public Key Pinning Support

An anonymous reader writes: Mozilla today officially launched Firefox 32 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Additions include a new HTTP cache for improved performance, public key pinning support, and easy language switching on Android. The Android ver (rss.slashdot)

Sonos burns its Bridges: Our home-grown Wi-Fi mesh will do

Audio streaming now Bridge-freeUntil now, wireless speaker bod Sonos has required a Bridge device connected to a home wireless router to set up a mesh wireless network delivering timed audio signals to the speakers in a zone. But no longer ? Sonos is goi (register)

Home Depot investigates potential hacking of credit card data

Home-supply giant is evaluating whether thieves have stolen the information. (feeds.arstechnica)

Extrinsic Motivation: P = NP If You Have A Time Machine

Not all of the entries to The Hackaday Prize were serious & (feedproxy.google)

CNN Technology Analyst Thinks 4chan Is A Person

How in the hell does a 'Technology Analyst' for CNN not not know about 4chan& (hardocp)

Drone captures shots of budding APPLE SPACESHIP HQ

Quadcopter flies over Cupertino construction siteAn amateur drone video is shedding new light on Apple's future headquarters.? (register)

After Xen and KVM, meet a new Linux hypervisor: Jailhouse

In the world of hypervisors for Linux, a couple of names have come to the fore over time: Xen and KVM. (infoworld)

Blunders By Convicted 'Fast And Furious 6' Cammer Made It Easy To Track Him Down

Back in May last year, Techdirt wrote about how the UK police worked in worryingly-close collaboration with the local anti-piracy group, FACT (Federation Against Copyright Theft), effectively becoming its private enforcement squad. As we noted recently th (feedproxy.google)

Zoologger: Cockatoos learn to make and use a tool

After a lone Goffin cockatoo figured out how to make and use a simple tool, others have learned the same trick by watching him (feeds.newscientist)

Massive high-capacity battery will power phablet iPhone 6

While the number of leaks regarding the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 means a lot of people aren& (feedproxy.google)

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