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Apple’s iOS ads are about to take over your whole screen

Apple’s assuredly making phones with bigger screen sizes, and ahead of that, its ads are getting bigger too. Today the company announced two new ad formats for developers as part of its iAd platform: full-screen interstitial banner ads, and pre-roll videos. Both are designed to take over the entire screen while using an app, and bring developers higher revenue than they’d get with smaller, less intrusive banner ads.

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Father Runs Over Son’s XBox Games With Lawnmower

video-game-destruction-with-lawnmower.jpg WARNING: A lot of dirty words, because dirty words make things seem realer. This is an entirely (and poorly) staged video of a dad running over his deadbeat son’s XBox game collection with the lawnmower. The whole thing is cringe-worthy, particularly the very beginning to the very end. Still, I just posted it, so I guess they got what they wanted. The anthrax I just mailed them? They can consider that a bonus. Keep going for the video, then feel free to add your own “Fake, the shadows are all wrong,” just like in the good ol’ days.

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Father Runs Over Son’s XBox Games With Lawnmower

video-game-destruction-with-lawnmower.jpg WARNING: A lot of dirty words, because dirty words make things seem realer. This is an entirely (and poorly) staged video of a dad running over his deadbeat son’s XBox game collection with the lawnmower. The whole thing is cringe-worthy, particularly the very beginning to the very end. Still, I just posted it, so I guess they got what they wanted. The anthrax I just mailed them? They can consider that a bonus. Keep going for the video, then feel free to add your own “Fake, the shadows are all wrong,” just like in the good ol’ days.

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Father Runs Over Son’s XBox Games With Lawnmower

video-game-destruction-with-lawnmower.jpg WARNING: A lot of dirty words, because dirty words make things seem realer. This is an entirely (and poorly) staged video of a dad running over his deadbeat son’s XBox game collection with the lawnmower. The whole thing is cringe-worthy, particularly the very beginning to the very end. Still, I just posted it, so I guess they got what they wanted. The anthrax I just mailed them? They can consider that a bonus. Keep going for the video, then feel free to add your own “Fake, the shadows are all wrong,” just like in the good ol’ days.

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Apple is replacing some iPhone 5 units over battery life issue

If your iPhone 5′s battery life suddenly took a turn for the worse, it may not just be you. Apple today launched a battery replacement program for some iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013. According to the company, these devices may “suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently.” As with other voluntary repair efforts, Apple’s put up a serial number validator for people to check if they have one of the affected units. It’s also offering refunds for people who may have paid to have their battery replaced, which Apple charges $ 79 to do out of its one year warranty.

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Over 1,000 US businesses hit with the same cyberattack as Target

Target’s massive data breach grabbed headlines right in the middle of holiday shopping that year, and the fallout continues. According to a Department of Homeland Security advisory this afternoon, the attacks that hit the red-hued retailer, along…

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Google sees over 1 million daily takedown requests for pirate links

While sites like The Pirate Bay are busy improving the experience for the torrent-loving crowd, Google’s facing the task of processing an extreme amount of removal request for pirate links. According to a recent transparency report on the matter,…

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Xiaomi issues fix amid privacy scare over its cloud messaging service

Earlier this week, Finland’s F-Secure looked into claims that Xiaomi was secretly sending data from its MIUI-powered phones back to its servers, and it turned out to be true. Despite having not added any cloud accounts, F-Secure’s brand new Redmi 1s…

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Judge rules against NCAA in case over using athlete’s likeness

After a group of former college athletes including Ed O’Bannon, Bill Russell and Oscar Robertson sued the NCAA and EA over the uncompensated use of their likeness in videogames and other media, EA and the NCAA reached a settlement last year for about…

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Los Angeles police don’t want you flying drones over their stations

The cops may be eager to experiment with drones for tracking bombs and (possibly) suspects, but they’re apparently not that keen on people turning the tables. The LAPD claims that activist Daniel Saulmon was trespassing when he flew a machine over a…

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