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  • New Zealand secure historic Italy draw
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    New Zealand achieve the greatest result in their history by holding defending World Cup champions Italy to a 1-1 draw.

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  • UK’s RIAA Goes After Google Using the US DMCA
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    An anonymous reader passes along a DMCA takedown notice directed at Google and authored by the British Phonographic Industry, Britain’s equivalent of the RIAA. P2pnet identifies the BPI as the outfit that “contributed to the British government’s Digital Economy bill, complete with its ACTA Three Strikes and you’re Off The Net element, with hardly a murmur from the UK lamescream media.” Are there any precedents for a UK trade organization attempting (more…)

  • Nintendo 3DS: The Complete Games List
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    A round-up, with screenshots and comments, of all the games announced at E3 for the new Nintendo 3DS.

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  • Ron Artest Brings Fam In For Craziest Press Conference Ever
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    After the Lakers won the championship last night, Ron Artest delivered probably the weirdest press conference i’ve ever seen. And his entire family (except one who opted to stay with Kobe Bryant instead) was right by his side.

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  • Apple Quietly Goes After Mac Trojan With Update
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    Th’Inquisitor was one of several readers to point out coverage of Apple’s stealth security fix, included along with the recent Snow Leopard 10.6.4 update. Graham Cluley of Sophos first noticed the update to protect Mac computers from a Trojan, and the fact that Apple didn’t mention it in the release notes. The malware opens a back door to a Mac that can allow attackers to gain control of the machine and snoop about on it or turn it into a zombie. (more…)

  • 10 Catastrophes Blamed on Koman Coulibaly, the Awful Ref
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    We took a look at some catastrophes throughout recent history and examined the photographs with a little more scrutiny. Turns out the blundering World Cup referee Koman Coulibaly may have been behind more than just today’s bad calls in South Africa. If we just look a little closer…

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