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Syrian forces capture US Satcom gear [VIDEO]

Hughes 3

Manufacturer staying quiet on what it is, what it does and what it costs

Europe falling behind in broadband

Belgium EU Budget

The European telecom companies are having a very rough go of it, with the harsh regulatory climate making them much less valuable.

States postpone dreams of international control of the Internet - TheDC

Google's China headquarters in Beijing. Alexander F. Yuan/AP

China, Russia and Arab states withdraw support after uproar

LightSquared doubles lobby efforts - The Hill


LightSquared is on pace to spend twice as much on lobbying in 2011

Trading barbs with Microsoft, Google accuses the software giant of cheating - TechCrunch

In a sting operation cooked up by Google, Microsoft allegedly copied search results for its search engine Bing

Egypt blocks Twitter, Facebook amid violent protests - TechCrunch

Inspired by the recent Tunisian demonstrations against corruption, protesters are filling the streets of Cairo

WikiLeaks: less 'leaks,' more data-mining? - Wired

A Pennsylvania firm asserts that WikiLeaks sucked up and published data-rich files from peer-to-peer networks

Facebook knows what you look like - WaPo

New Facebook technology will scan faces in photos to give tag suggestions for newly uploaded photos

Visited porn? Web browser flaw secretly bares all - AP

Websites have been secretly harvesting lists of places that their users previously visited online, everything from news articles to bank sites to pornography

Russian crackdown reduces world's spam by one-fifth - NYT

Igor A. Gusev, leader of SpamIt, investigated by Russian police

Google says whole emails, passwords picked up by Street View cars - Telegraph

Company apologized and said it wants to delete the information as soon as possible

iPad escapes AT&T prison, heads for Verizon Oct. 28 - Gizmodo

Release seems to lend even more credence to those early 2011 Verizon iPhone reports, which should make you as happy as it makes AT&T nervous

The five factors powering the Android revolution - ZDNet

Google Android has been riding a wave of staggering growth in 2010, going from barely a blip on the market share radar to the fastest growing mobile platform on the planet

Google's Android dominates Apple, defines future of smart-phones - Newsweek

Android’s open-source model gives Google an advantage over rivals selling closed systems, like Apple, which also operates its own online stores

Phone sex for nerds - TechCrunch

New take on internet dating allows users to challenge women to an online game, for 60 cents a minute

Pedophiles remain unchecked on Facebook - FOX News

Despite Facebook’s strict posting policy, groups dedicated to pedophilia use social networking to organize and prey on children

The day Twitter cried 'earthquake' - CNN

Natural disaster experts at San Diego State University tested how social media would be used to respond to a crisis Friday

AT&T plays world's smallest violin for iPhone users - TechCrunch

Boasting that 80 percent of iPhone users are stuck with AT&T, CEO not worried about defectors to Verizon

Censorship, as defined by Google - TechCrunch

Google issues ‘transparency report,’ equates countries that block access to site as censorship

Bill to freeze cell phone taxes gains ground - CNET News

Taxes on wireless services average more than 15 percent, compared with 7 percent on other taxable goods