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Dropbox Confirms Security Breach, Adds New Features

Dropbox logoDropbox reported that they started to receive reports from users that were getting spam at addresses that were only used for Dropbox. So Dropbox spent some time digging into those reports by their users and found a small problem.

Their investigation returned results that showed that usernames and passwords were recently stolen from other websites were used to login to a small number of Dropbox accounts. The users that were affected were already notified and actions were taken to help protect their accounts.

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1916: Der Unbekannte Krieg, More First Person Horror

1916: Der Unbekannte Krieg (The Unknown War) is a first person horror game set in the trenches of the German side of the First World War.

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The US Government believes it can keep Megaupload Assets Frozen

Megaupload was shut down by federal prosecutors earlier this year and the case may actually be up for dismissal soon. It was actually stated by the government that shuold the indictment against Megaupload be dismissed they will try to indefinitely freeze all of the corporations assets. The reason that the case may get dismissed is because the US Government’s federal rules or criminal procedure in no way provide ruling against corporations like Megaupload with no US address.

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Apple releases new TV ads during Olympics

Apple has released some very strange TV ads during the 2012 London Olympics. Apple aired 3 different ads that all star a single actor whom portrays an Apple Genius Bar employee. This employee’s job is to explain how to use Apple products to seemingly uneducated customers. I am not sure what Apples intentions were when creating the videos but they did not come off well.

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Virtual desktop software – InfiniteScreen vs. BigScreen Professional

While most uses of the term ‘virtual desktop’ to refer to server-side VDI virtualization, there is another usage of the term. Most graphics cards in modern PCs aren’t pushed to anywhere near their limit by day-to-day use: they can frequently render many times the number of pixels on a screen that the associated hardware actually supports.

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