TAYLOR WINS 3 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARD

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Four-time GRAMMY Award winner Taylor Swift was one of the biggest winners at last night’s Billboard Music Awards, taking home three trophies, including one of the evening’s highest honors, the all-genre Top 200 Albums Artist Award. Taylor also took home the trophy for Top Country Artist, and her now-Triple-PlatinumSpeak Now album, released on Big Machine Records, was voted Top Country Album. More

Inside HP’s laptop torture chambers

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Peek inside the dungeon labs where HP subjects its rugged EliteBooks to drops, electric shocks and plumes of salty fog – to make sure they’re ready for more than just the boardroom. More

LightSquared says LTE network interference with GPS solved

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LightSquared says it’ll solve its satellite-assisted 4G  LTE network interfering with GPS reception by shifting to a different 10MHz frequency block. More

Microsoft launching Office 365 on June 28

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It’s been in public beta two months, but Microsoft plans to formally launch its cloud-based Office 265 on June 28th. More

Mozilla releases Firefox 5

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Yes, it’s only been three months since Firefox 4 hit the streets – you’re already behind. More

Virus allows 30,000 ‘ugly’ people to join BeautifulPeople.com, briefly

A site that caters solely to those deemed physically beautiful was supposedly hacked, opening the floodgates to thousands of ugly people. Now they are being removed. But was it a publicity stunt? More

LulzSec hacks FBI affiliate, Infragard

 

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After hacks on PBS.org and SonyPictures.com, hacker group LulzSec has a new target: The FBI. More

Windows 8 features explained: What’s new and how it works

 

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Microsoft has taken the lid off of Windows 8, a radical departure from the last 15 years of Windows operating systems. We go in depth and dissect everything we’ve learned about Microsoft’s gamble thus far. More

Adobe CEO: Android tablets will beat iPads

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While brushing aside the rift between Adobe and Apple, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen says that Android tablets will soon overtake the iPad, just as Android smartphones now beat the iPhone. More

Syrian government enacts countrywide internet black out

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The Syrian government has cut all internet service countrywide in an attempt to curb organization among protesters. More

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