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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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Demonoid Down after DDoS attack

Demonoid has been down for oever 48 hours now after a DDoS attack on its servers. DDoS defined from Wikipedia as a denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack) is an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users. Although the means to carry out, motives for, and targets of a DoS attack may vary, it generally consists of the efforts of one or more people to temporarily or indefinitely interrupt or suspend services of a host connected to the Internet.

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Google’s Nexus 7 tablet doesn’t disappoint, gives great bang for your buck.

Google and ASUS teamed up to create a 200 dollar seven-inch tablet with a Quad-core processor, HD display and almost 10 hours of battery time. Add the high-speed Android 4.1 OS (Jelly Bean) and Google Play with 25$ store credit into the mix and you really have a great product for a decent price.

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