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Adobe Data Breach Exposes Military Passwords
November 14, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Names, titles, poorly encrypted passwords linked to .gov, .mil email addresses.
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Skype Password Flaw Made Stealing Accounts Easy
November 14, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Attackers needed nothing more than a victim's email address.
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The Big Guns: 'Halo 4' vs. 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II'
November 13, 2012, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Gaming Contributor
We pit two of the holiday's biggest action games against each other. Who shall emerge victorious?
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Americans Buying Upscale Tech Gadgets
November 13, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Sales of cheaper products may be down, but Americans are spending more on higher-end gear such as DSLRs and premium headphones.
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IT Worker Admits Hacking Webcam, Spying on Female Colleagues
November 13, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Former corporate staffer secretly snapped 1,200 photos of women.
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Inner Ear Implant
Cyborg Guinea Pig's Inner Ear Becomes a Battery
November 13, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A guinea pig experiment could lead to human implants that tap the inner ear for power.
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How Nasty Emails Led FBI to Petraeus Sex Scandal
November 13, 2012, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Bureau followed trail of threatening electronic messages back to CIA.
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Tumblr Users Empty Pockets for Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser
November 12, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
In the first day of the Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser on Indiegogo, Tumblr and Humans of New York (HONY) have already exceeded their $100,000 goal.
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Cyberattack Reveals Middle Eastern Spy Network
November 12, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Phishing email forced Israel to take police force offline.
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OCZ Agility 2 Video Review
November 12, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Install the OCZ Agility 2 drive on your laptop or desktop computer and you will immediately notice a difference from when it was running with your traditional hard disk drive. HDDs use rotating disks…
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Personally Identifiable Information: What It Is and How to Protect It
November 12, 2012, Chad Brooks, TechNewsDaily Contributor
What you've got that other people want.
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Streaming Music Bumps MP3s Off the Playlist
November 12, 2012, Michael Gowan, TechNewsDaily contributor
Move over, digital music files: Streaming music now second most popular listening option
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5 Top Health Apps
November 09, 2012, Michael Gowan, TechNewsDaily Contributor
More people are using apps to manage their health. Here are the ones you should know about.
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Making the Switch from Cable to Internet TV
November 09, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
What you'll need, how much you can expect to pay and what you can and can't watch on TV after you've cancelled your cable.
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Software Converts Your Speech into Chinese
November 09, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
The software, still in development, translates speech on the fly and tries to match your voice.
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How to Avoid Top 5 Black Friday Traps
November 09, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Black Friday deals are tempting, but every year shoppers fall into the same traps that make some deals not so good after all.
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Jam with Friends on New Chrome Website
November 08, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
JAM with Chrome lets up to four musicians collaborate online.
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Bounce Imaging
Camera Ball Gives a Peek into the Danger Zone
November 08, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
A ball filled with cameras can be tossed by soldiers, firefighters or police officers into dangerous areas to scout.
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How Tech Would Have Changed Under a President Romney
November 08, 2012, Michael Gowan, TechNewsDaily contributor
Romney would have been likely to loosen regulations and emphasize private sector involvement
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Cyber Security
Job Hunters Should Brush Up on Cybersecurity
November 08, 2012, Chad Brooks, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
Knowing how to play it safe might help you get a job.
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'You Mad' Memes Swirl After Election Night
November 07, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A decade-old meme gets updated with Obama's victory over Mitt Romney — You Mad?
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Trojan Horse computers
Photo-Stealing Malware Sends Pics to Iraq
November 07, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Possible spyware may be gathering compromising items for blackmail.
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Adobe Fixes 7 Serious Flash Flaws with Update
November 07, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Flash on Internet Explorer 10 may have forced move.
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'Red vs. Blue' Parody Box Set Debuts Alongside 'Halo 4'
November 07, 2012, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Gaming Contributor
Utilizing "Halo" technology, Rooster Teeth has kept the Web series going strong for 10 years — and it's not stopping anytime soon.
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Microchip Lung Catches Fatal Disease
November 07, 2012, Francie Diep, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
For the first time, scientists have recreated a human disease in a fingertip-size plastic microchip.
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