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  1. How to Watch Today’s Apple WWDC Keynote and See Their New Hardware as It’s Introduced

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    Today is Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. Rumors have been rampant as always as to what will be revealed. Is it the iWatch? A new Apple TV? Some... third thing? You'll have to watch live today* at 10:00AM PDt (1:00PM EDT) to find out, and here's how.

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  2. The iOS 7 Comes Out Today, So Here’s What You Can Expect To Change

    Yup, it's finally happening.

    Good news for iPhone lovers, which we know a lot of you are -- iOS7 is supposed to be dropping today. Here's what you should do to prepare yourself for download, and some of the stuff you'll be able to do once you've got it on your phone.

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  3. Create Your Own Adventures in New Adventure Time Browser Game

    Grabbing your friends is mandatory.

    Ever wanted to play your very own BMO? Well too bad, but this new flash game on Cartoon Network's official website is the closest thing we're gonna get right now. It allows you to create your own little Adventure Time games that wouldn't be out of place next to Guardians of Sunshine and Bug Battle. Yes, you too can now make your own adventure for Finn and Jake to have. Don't worry, it's nothing like that one episode where they shipped the tiny versions of themselves.

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  4. Valve Strikes Back: You Could Be Able to Share Your Steam Library in the Future

    They're cribbing from Microsoft here, and we're actually okay with that.

    As if Gabe Newell had to do anything more with Steam for PC game players to consider him their benevolent overlord, there might be an amazing new feature coming to the service. Some code has been located in the most recent Steam beta that mentions a "shared library." That's right, you could potentially let your friends borrow your PC games in the future.

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  5. PSA: Torchlight Free at GOG.com for 48 Hours

    No money, no DRM, no problem.

    In need of new dungeon crawler time sink? Don't like spending money? Then GOG.com has something to scratch your itch. From now until Thursday, you can download the action-RPG Torchlight for free. The best part about this is that there's absolutely no catch -- all you have to do is sign up for a free account on GOG.com. There's no DRM to keep you from playing, either. That's because the whole point of the download is to promote the site's 2013 #noDRM Summer Sale.

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  6. Mom Buys Her Son New iPhone, Channels Inner Moses and Presents Him with 18 iPhone Commandments

    All these Internet-enabled phones and other gadgets that seem to hit the market on a daily basis really are a double-edged sword. While we're connected to more people and places than we ever could have imagined and have more entertainment options than we probably need, this technology can sometimes cause us to become withdrawn or rely on it for otherwise simple tasks that we can easily do ourselves. As a result of this dilemma, parents can be understandably hesitant to purchase smartphones and the like for their children. Not wanting her child to become an unsocial techie, a woman named Janell Burley Hofmann bought her 13-year-old son Gregory an iPhone as a Christmas present. "Gee, thanks, Mom," you can hear little Gregory delightfully say, but that was before Mrs. Hofmann went biblical and blindsided her son with a litany of 18 commandment-like responsibilities to be mindful of now that he has a new phone, possibly resulting in a not so jolly Christmas morning for either of them.

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  7. Orbitz Shows Mac Users More Expensive Hotel Rooms

    When you're cruising around the web, you usually don't devote much thought to what operating system you're on. As long as your browser is working fine, who cares? Orbitz cares, for one, and you might want to start caring too. Turns out Orbitz treats Mac and Window users differently; they show Mac users the more expensive rooms.

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  8. Research Firm Says 1 in 5 Macs Contain Windows Malware, 1 in 36 Macs Contain Mac Malware

    If you can't go a day without bolstering your knowledge of malware prevalence, step out off that ledge, for Sophos has just the informational tidbits you've been seeking. Researchers at the firm have found that one in five Macs contain Windows malware, and one in thirty-six Macs contain Mac malware.

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  9. Mac Flashback Botnet Drops Under 30,000 Infected Computers, But More Trouble Could Be Coming [UPDATED]

    Earlier this month, the Mac community first became aware of Flashback (or Flashfake), a nasty piece of malware that used a Java exploit to turn infected computers into part of an ever-growing botnet. When its presence was announced, it was estimated to have infected over 600,000 computers. Now, thanks to quick action by Apple and security firms, the number of infected computers is estimated to be under 30,000. However, this probably marks the death of Mac's fictional invulnerability to malware and other digital nasties.

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  10. And Just Like That, Another Mac OS X Trojan Found in the Wild

    Though Macs aren't exactly less vulnerable to viruses as Windows computers, they've always experienced less -- mostly because there were a lot less people using Macs, thus a lot less people making viruses to infect them. Not too long ago, news broke that a malicious OS X virus spread around the digital tubes, infecting over half a million computers. Now, only a little over a week later, we get news that another OSX Trojan is circulating around our digital domain.

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