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Amazon is Suing 1,000 Fake Five-Star Reviewers

As well as promising the entire world in a FedEx box, Amazon also trades on the quality of its reviews. So it’s actually not that surprising that the company is taking 1,114 unknown reviewers to court. Read more..

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TuneIn adds NFL broadcasts to its $8 premium radio subscription

Back in August, radio-streaming app TuneIn announced its $8/month premium streaming option that included music, audiobooks and live sports. Today, the company revealed that NFL games are now part of its on-field coverage.

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Sprint activates ‘Open World’ international plan in 33 new places

Sprint is expanding the reach of its "Open World" roaming add-on to 33 more locations beyond Latin America. Open World, the Now Network's answer to T-Mo's "Mobile without Borders," is now active in France, several Caribbean islands, Gibraltar, Papu...

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Ofcom tells mobile networks to sort out their customer service

Mobile networks have a lousy reputation when it comes to customer service. The moment you walk into a store it's all smiles and pleasantries, but once you're an established subscriber the experience can quickly sour. If anything goes wrong with you...

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Consciousness May Be a Lot Like Making Coffee, Say Scientists

We tend to think of losing consciousness as an abrupt shutting down of our awareness of the world, like flicking a light switch. But it’s actually more of a gradual process. The best way to understand it is to brew a cup of coffee.

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CERN’s "Cosmic Piano" Makes Music Out of Raw Particle Data

At Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival in July, jazz pianist Al Blatter found himself jamming with an unusual collaborator: the so-called “cosmic piano,” an instrument developed by physicists at CERN that relies on data generated by cosmic rays to make beautiful music.

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Watch What Happens to This Drop of Water When It Hits Hot Oil

Oil and water truly don’t mix, and this is especially true if you try to throw water on an oil fire to quench the flames. Instead, it just goes BOOM ! Read more...

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Google OnHub Review: Your Router Sucks, But Do You Trust Google?

Your router is the most horrible technology you deal with every day. This essential tool keeps your home connected to the internet, and yet, you keep it thrust in a dusty corner because it’s a wretched, opaque box of confusion

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Mr. Robot Season Finale: This Is TV’s First Great Cyberpunk Show

In a previous Mr. Robot recap , I predicted Elliot Alderson will join Don Draper and Walter White as one of the iconic male antiheroes of 21st century TV

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‘Spam King’ guilty of posting 27 million Facebook messages

One of the web's all-time notorious spammers is facing jail time after pleading guilty to sending 27 million unwanted messages to Facebook users. Sanford Wallace, aka "the Spam King," aka "Spamford Wallace," admitted that he unlawfully accessed ove...

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