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Blog Tag: United States

The NSA has it all but what will it do with it?

Dissecting the PRISM Overreaction

[caption id="attachment_5289" align="aligncenter" width="615"] The NSA has it all but what will it do with it?[/caption] Americans went up in arms when a program managed by the United State's National Security Agency (NSA) called PRISM

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Snippets: 13 May 2013

Singapore’s defence, U.S. cyberwar strategies, save money on tech

[caption id="attachment_5006" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 13 May 2013[/caption] Singapore has enjoyed 45 years of National Service and is looking forward to celebrate 48 years of sovereignty  Are there signs that Singaporeans are beginning to take security for granted?

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Snippets: 11 May 2013

America’s self inflicted wounds, consumer toxin poisoning, WoW’s gradual decline

[caption id="attachment_4970" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 11 May 2013[/caption] Drone attacks are not just easy methods of taking out targets, it is also an easy way to create hate and animosity to those wielding it. Developed

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How the West perceives the rise of Asia.

Addressing Concerns on the Rise of Asia

[caption id="attachment_4893" align="aligncenter" width="615"] How the West perceives the rise of Asia.[/caption] Asia's rise to prominence in the past two decades has yielded a flurry of discussions by economists, international relations scholars and even historians.

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Snippets: 23 April 2013

American terrorism, BBC’s documentary debacle, Chinese superstition begone

[caption id="attachment_4679" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 23 April 2013[/caption] Americans witnessed a dramatic hunt for the suspects of the Boston blasts that claimed 3 lives. An editor based in UK questions why isn't the same attention

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Snippets: 16 April 2013

American drones in Pakistan, Thatcher’s economic legacy, Premier League flops

[caption id="attachment_4594" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 16 April 2013[/caption] Drones hunt more than just Al Qaeda members. The breadth of world policing has just increased says leaked documents. Thatcher is an iconic political figure but what

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Snippets: 4 April 2013

Asia in a balance, tablet GPU faceoff, cancer research gets data boost

[caption id="attachment_4438" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 4 April 2013[/caption] Asia might be the continent that grabs all the headlines in 2013. China Sea island disputes have been compounded by a heated Korean border. It is not

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Snippets: 1 April 2013

Chinese cyberwar, North Korea analysis, blogger blamed for Chelsea F.C. woes

[caption id="attachment_4395" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 1 April 2013[/caption] Conflicts abound in this relook at how mainstream media in the United States is covering hacking attempts from China. Also, another opinion on North Korea after it dramatically

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Snippets: 28 March 2013

Galaxy S4 vs. One, understanding Bitcoin, Stuxnet labelled an ‘Act of Force’

[caption id="attachment_4323" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 28 March 2013[/caption] The most comprehensive head to head analysis of Samsung's Galaxy S4 and the HTC One is out and the verdict is... there is no clear winner. Bitcoin

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Snippets: 20 March 2013

Windows 7 SP 1 enforced, Syrian crisis for kids, how much money for happiness?

[caption id="attachment_4199" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 20 March 2013[/caption] Microsoft is sick of users who cannot be bothered to update their PCs, so Windows 7 Service Pack 1 will be downloaded and installed automatically starting today.

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Snippets: 25th February 2013

New tablets launched, Internet comes to North Korea, WP’s own population paper

[caption id="attachment_3869" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 25th February 2013[/caption] Be prepared to be flooded with mobile tech news this week as the Mobile World Congress kicks off. First on the plate are the Samsung Galaxy Note

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Snippets: 15 February 2013

Tamagotchi on Android, bypass iOS 6.1 lockscreens, cops that murder

[caption id="attachment_3722" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 15 February 2013[/caption] Do you have fond memories of the tamagotchi? Relive it for free if you have an Android device. Staying with smartphones, a familiar bug occurs again on

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Snippets: 6th February 2013

NUS removes condoms, Dell goes private, watch the costliest ads

[caption id="attachment_3455" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 6th February 2013[/caption] Starting with a slightly more local taste today, an NUS undergraduate is appalled by NUS Management's decision to pull condoms off shelves in on-campus stores. Dell is finally bought

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