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Android Backups Could Expose Wi-Fi Passwords to NSA
July 19, 2013, Ben Weitzenkorn, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Blogger points out that Google collects passwords saved on Android devices, and could easily hand over data to intelligence services.
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COPPERHEAD To Appear In BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS | Video
July 18, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
One of the eight assassins featured in Batman: Arkham Origins is unveled at Comic-Con International 2013 in San Diego.
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Fretlight Guitars Are Designed For Learning
Fretlight Guitars Are Designed For Learning To Play | Video
July 18, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Fretlight Guitars are equipped with a special light up neck that shows you were to place your fingers so you can play along to the music at a speed that matches your skill level.
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NSA Backlash: Google, Gun Toters, Pot Smokers Protest
July 18, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Two groups are calling the NSA out. One requests greater transparency. The other wants its day in court.
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3D printed gun parts by Defense Distributed
3D Printed Gun Ban Came Too Late
July 18, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The blueprints have come down from one site, but they're all over the Internet.
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A look at the LEGObot's motorized platform and extrusion arm.
Build Your Own 3D Printer — Out of LEGOs
July 18, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Too broke to buy a MakerBot? Build a LEGObot instead.
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Election Rigging Means Prison for Student
July 18, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Election fraud is a crime, even when it happens at an academic level. After stealing more than 700 Facebook passwords in order to rig a college election, former student Matthew Weaver faces a year in prison.
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3D-Printed Gun Plans in Use Despite Distribution Ban
July 18, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Two months after Cody Wilson first demonstrated a handgun made on a 3D printer, the US State Department has stopped him distributing the blueprints online. But the files have already been shared with…
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The Game Boy Advance boasts one of the best handheld libraries in history.
Play Nintendo Games on iOS — Courtesy of Programming Loophole
July 18, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Nintendo has been staunchly against releasing mobile versions of its iconic games, but there's now a questionably legal way to play them on iOS without jailbreaking your iPhone.
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Tumblr May Have Waited Weeks to Fix iOS Flaw
July 17, 2013, Ben Weitzenkorn, TechNewsDaily Contributor
A tip from a user may not have been enough for Tumblr to fix a serious security flaw in its iOS app. Only after a tech blog asked Tumblr for comment did a patch appear.
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Fossil Tooth Shows T. Rex Was a Predator, Not a Scavenger
July 17, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Evidence shows the T. rex might have preyed on hadrosaurs, helping provide evidence behind the debate on whether the animal was a predator. Powered by NewsLook.
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I Spy… a Security Loophole: Google Glass Cracks Exposed
July 17, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Before Google Glass' latest patch, a picture could have been worth a thousand hacks.
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Pacific Rim mechas
'Pacific Rim': Why We Love Human-Shaped Robots
July 17, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
What's the appeal of making a human-shaped robot? Is it function, vanity, or plain old 'coolness' factor?
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How to Avoid the Risks of Social-Media Oversharing
July 17, 2013, Ben Weitzenkorn, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Divulging too much information could put your reputation, bank account or home at risk.
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'ransomware'
Fake Online 'Ransomware' Targets Porn Viewers, Hijacks Browsers
July 16, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
This ransomware-style scam uses a few tricks and a fake FBI scare to get users to pay up.
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Plant-Eating Dinosaurs Carried Spare Teeth | Video
July 16, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Some of the largest herbivorous dinosaurs replaced their teeth at a rate of one tooth every 1 to 2 months due to wear from crunching up plants, research finds. This CT scan of the upper jaw of a Dipl…
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Mac Malware Tricks Users with Reversed Text
July 16, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Mac users should think twice before downloading PDFs of uncertain origin. "RecentNews.ppa.pdf" is actually a nasty piece of malware that shrouds itself in a clever text-reversing trick.
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How Online Bank Fraud Could Destroy Your Business
July 16, 2013, Sue Marquette Poremba, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Business owners may not fully understand the threats posed by online banking -- or the necessary precautions to take.
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Customizing eBay Exact products
eBay's 3D-Printed Products Carry Hefty Price Tag
July 15, 2013, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
It might be the technology of the future — but not of the present, judging by the simplistic and surprisingly expensive items offered so far.
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Video editors just starting out would be wise to invest in Adobe Premiere Elements.
Microsoft Update Kneecaps Video Editing Software
July 15, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Video editors, beware: If you downloaded Microsoft's most recent Patch Tuesday updates, you may find yourself unable to use certain types of video files in a number of video-editing programs, includi…
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Gamers often score great deals by buying games on Steam.
5 Games to Pick Up During the Steam Sale
July 15, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Twice a year, Steam goes all-out and offers consumers more bang for their buck than usual. Once is around Christmas — the other time is right now: the Steam Summer Sale.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 720p Video Demo
July 15, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 offers some of Samsung's smartphone goodness with a built-in TV remote, but this Intel Atom-powered tablet suffers from too much lag. LAPTOP tests out the 720p video camera in t…
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Dropbox Used by Chinese Hackers to Spread Malware
July 15, 2013, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Cyberspies borrow Dropbox's good name to get into organizations.
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'Angry Birds' returns to a galaxy far, far away in 'Angry Birds Star Wars II.'
Rovio Reveals 'Angry Birds Star Wars II'
July 15, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Both Padawans and Jedi Masters alike should prepare their thumbs for "Angry Birds Star Wars II," set to release across mobile platforms, game consoles and computers on September 19.
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'Lolita' Chatbot Catches Online Predators
July 12, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Chatbot turns the tables on online predators by pretending to be a vulnerable young teenager in order to gather evidence.
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