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Comment: What's next? (Score 1) 212

by Racerdude (#46079753) Attached to: Edward Snowden Says NSA Engages In Industrial Espionage
Okay so spying to safeguard national security makes sense. Even if it means stepping on the toes of your allies... perhaps? Now we hear of NSA involved in industrial espionage. For the good of US companies so that makes sense. How far away is spying for political gain? Spying for the party currently in power against political opponents?

Comment: $200.000 in fines (Score 5, Informative) 104

"Under the plea agreement, which requires court approval, Houston-based Halliburton will also face three years' probation, pay the maximum fine of $200,000..."
http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/07/25/halliburton-guilty-plea-destroying-evidence-deepwater-horizon/2588105/

Not too bad... I think they may be able to afford it.

+ - HTC Joins Samsung in releasing Nexus Experience phone through Google Play

Submitted by FlatEric521
FlatEric521 (1164027) writes "After Google announced a "Nexus Experience" Galaxy S4 and HTC started to sell their own unlocked HTC One, an announcement came out over the weekend that HTC would be joining Samsung in releasing a Nexus Experience phone. The HTC One Nexus Experience will be released on the same day as the S4 (June 26, 2013) for $599. As with the other Nexus phones, it is being shipped with a vanilla version of Android 4.2.2 with a promise of updates provided by Google. Is this a new trend we see starting, or an experiment that is doomed to failure?"

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