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Saturday, September 21, 2019
 

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Is it the end of the line for television sets?
For the first time in 20 years, television ownership is down. Many low-income households couldn’t afford the switch to digital television. The proliferation of online streaming also contributed to the drop

Anonymous: We didn’t hack PlayStation Network
A letter purporting to come from the hacker group denies involvement in the PlayStation Network attack that forced Sony to take down its online service.


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iOS 4.3.3 arrives, patches location database
Apple has released an update to iOS users that addresses the size and security of a location database stored on the device, and within the iTunes software. The fix comes exactly a week since Apple addressed the issue.

IE users can now delete Flash cookies
Flash cookies aren’t normally removed when regular cookies are deleted. But the latest version of Adobe Flash lets users of Internet Explorer get rid of unwanted cookies.

Facebook, Google eye Skype deal: Consumer vs. corporate tug of war
Facebook and Google are reportedly pondering either an acquisition of Skype or a joint venture and strategically the two buyers couldn’t be more different.

 

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