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Giant waste bin excites City Highians
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3 newly-constructed classroom buildings shelter City High
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Gerald, Piolo bumisita sa PMPLHS
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Populasyon ng PMPLHS, umabot na sa 9,656
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Microsoft explains Windows phone 7 'phantom data'


Microsoft has confirmed that some handsets running its Windows Phone 7 software are sending and receiving "phantom data".

Earlier this year, users complained on net forums that their phones were automatically eating into their monthly data plans without their knowledge.

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Lush hackers cash in on stolen cards


Cyber thieves are cashing in after stealing credit cards in a hack attack on the website of cosmetics firm Lush.

The online shop was shut down on 21 January and its home page replaced with a message revealing the attack.

Lush said anyone who placed an online order between 4 October and 20 January should contact their bank in case their card details had been compromised.

Many Lush customers have reported that their cards have been used fraudulently.

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Facebook's death: Greatly exaggerated


Beware the Ides of March!

It seems hard to even fathom that anybody would believe this, but the internet has been buzzing with stories alleging that on 15 March Mark Zuckerberg is going to give it all up and shut down Facebook.

The story was first reported by the Weekly World News, which has been in the past responsible for stories like "Alien Spaceships to Attack Earth in 2011", "Megan Fox is a man" and "George Clooney to Run or President".

Actually, I quite like the sound of that Clooney story.

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Harvard researcher rejects Google's 'personal attack'



A researcher who has accused Google of bias says the internet giant is now waging a campaign to discredit him.

Ben Edelman, an associate professor at Harvard Business School, published a study this week claiming Google boosts its own products in search results.

The Californian company responded by suggesting he was actually working on behalf of its rival, Microsoft.

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