One rumor has Apple getting physical with iOS gaming; Consumer Reports’s ability to hold two contradictory ideas in its head has yet to cause a psychotic break; and an indie movie about Steve Jobs gets half a man as its lead. The remainders for Monday, April 2, 2012 tip their hats to the new constitution
Remains of the Day: Won’t get fooled again
BMW will introduce a two-seater topless version of the i8 at the Beijing motor show later this month. [Read more]
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BMW takes the top off the i8 hybrid concept
The Federal Trade Commission approves the acquisition by Express Scripts of Medco Health Solutions as independent pharmacists and their advocates push back
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Indies Sue Over Express Scripts-Medco Merger
The startup that launched the privacy firestorm has updated its app to secure user data.
Path starts encrypting user contact data
According to a new ComScore study, iPhone users in the U.S. and U.K.
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iPhone users rely on Wi-Fi more than Android users
U2′s biggest stars—Bono and The Edge—have just invested in the online-storage startup
Dropbox’s Siren Storage Song Woos Bono
Companies have toyed with the idea of flexible displays for years, but LG is finally putting them into production. Are e-book readers about to get a radical makeover? [Read more]
LG bending limits of e-book design with flexible displays
If, as reported, Facebook is building a search engine to rival Google’s, then the competition between the two Internet giants has intensified further.
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Facebook tries to out-Google Google with new search tool
IETF pranksters this weekend revealed their latest April Fools’ Day requests for comments, including one that outlines use of Hide-and-Go-Seek techniques to encourage network privacy.
IETF plays Hide-and-Go-Seek with April Fools privacy protocol
Questions remain over a computer intrusion at Global Payments Inc. that exposed data on at least 1.5 million credit and debit card holders.
Global Payments breach raises questions