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FTC Wants You in Control of Your Data
June 27, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The FTC may make it easier for you to see much of what companies have collected about you, but the days of Big Data transparency and control are likely a long ways off.
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British Cops Admit They Monitor Facebook, Twitter
June 27, 2013, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Nothing to worry about unless you're a 'domestic extremist.'
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Ouya Game Console Hopes to Disrupt Market at $99
June 27, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Ouya, a bite-sized game console running on Google's Android operating system, wants to take a bite out of the video game system market long ruled by Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.
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OUYA console needs some improvement.
5 Fixes for the OUYA Game Console
June 27, 2013, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Contributor/Writer
While the new Android-based console is affordable and packed with good games, it's still a work in progress.
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CCTV cameras with party hats celebrate George Orwell's birthday and his novel '1984.'
Surveillance Cams Get Party Hats for Orwell's Birthday
June 27, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Two Dutch artists celebrated George Orwell's birthday with party hats on CCTV cameras.
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opera
Opera Falls Flat as Security Certificate Stolen
June 27, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Browser maker hits stale note by letting cybercriminals disguise malware as official product.
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4K video looks fuzzy when upconverted
4K TVs Highlight Fuzzy Video
June 27, 2013, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Expensive new TVs with 4K (four times HD) resolution have to stretch regular HD across the extra pixels, producing some fuzzy images.
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Nanofiber
Researchers Cram More Info into Fiber Optics
June 27, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Fiber-optics can carry more data than previously thought, thanks to a new way to move photons.
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DARPA Taps Winners in Virtual Robotics Challenge
June 27, 2013, Rachel Kaufman, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Winners will load their custom-made software into a real robot in December.
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Kids Playing Video Games
Gaming Doesn't Need Traditional Consoles
June 27, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Crowdfunding, unusual peripherals and untapped audiences could expand gaming as a hobby.
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PayPal Teaming Up With SETI To Create Galactic eCommerce | Video
June 26, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The SETI Institute, the Space Tourism Society and PayPal are teaming up to create PayPal Galactic to support the space tourism industry and tackle the challenges of transferring and accessing money f…
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How Android Phone Makers, Carriers Leave You Unprotected
June 26, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Is your Android up to date? Probably not — and that leaves you vulnerable.
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Beware of New Instagram Follower Scam
June 26, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Instagram video has prompted a new wave of follower scams. Here's what to watch for and what to do if you've been duped.
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green viruses floating out of laptop
Malware Mostly Comes from Legitimate Websites
June 26, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
You're much more likely to contract malware from a hacked site than a malevolent one.
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Cybercrime: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself
June 26, 2013, by Jace Nelson
Cybercrime can come in many forms. Check out our video to find out what you can do about it.
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Death ray
Could an X-Ray Death Ray Really Work?
June 26, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Is an X-ray death ray really possible? Sort of, scientists say.
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Forwarding Your Phone's Texts Could Invite Hackers
June 25, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
If you use Verizon Integrated Messaging, beware of two-step authentication workarounds.
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Raw Video: Up Aerospace SpaceLoft-7 Launch From Spaceport America | Video
June 25, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The commercial aerospace company successfully launched a NASA mission with government, commercial and student payloads on June 21st, 2013 into sub-orbital space from New Mexico.
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What is a Cookie?
June 25, 2013, by Greg Anderson
Cookies are not just something yummy for us to eat, but our computers enjoy them as well. Cookies will remember your information, which may or may not be good. Watch our video to learn how to safely …
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'World of Warcraft' Hackers Steal Millions in Gold
June 25, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Heroes in 'World of Warcraft' risk their hard-earned gold if they use the Auction House apps.
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Brain Activation Neurofeedback Training
Brainwaves Reveal Your Past and Might Predict Your Future
June 25, 2013, by Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Understanding yourself might get easier thanks to a new biotech.
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Star Trek game
Why Warp Drives Aren't Just Science Fiction
June 25, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
How a mirror could create a wormhole, and why FTL starships will need supercomputers.
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Legitimate-looking notifications hide malware
Chinese-Speaking Hackers Target South Korea
June 25, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The new malware, called "PinkStats," has avoided detection for four years, according to security research company Seculert.
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Facebook Bug Shares Contact Info of 6 Million Users
June 25, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Facebook could draw the eye of the Federal Trade Commission again after a bug leaked the contact information of six million users. Powered by NewsLook.
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Bell Island
New Video Game Helps Brain-Injury Patients Recover
June 25, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
"Treasure of Bell Island" is brain analysis and recovery tool in the guise of a game.
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