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Mac Pro, iMac Forgotten At WWDC 2012: Is Apple Neglecting Its Pro Customers?

Apple was expected to update nearly every laptop and desktop computer in its lineup for the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, including the iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. In the end, the iMac and Mac Pro were almost completely forgotten about. Is Apple neglecting its pro customers?

Fiona Apple Goes Off The Deep End In 'Every Single Night' Video

After a seven-year hiatus, Fiona Apple is set to release another mouthful of an album: The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do. The long-awaited release, debuting June 19, has already earned critical raves.

Another Massacre Looming In Syria, US Warns

The U.S. expressed fears Monday that the Syrian government may be organizing another massacre in the town of Haffa in coastal Latakia province, where UN military observers have been denied access.

George Soros Speech, 'Most Important' on the Euro Financial Crisis ... Illustrated

After George Soros, the influential hedge fund manager, posted a speech he gave at an economics conference in Italy last week, the financial blogosphere lit up. It got lots of praise as the best analysis yet of the ongoing fiscal debacle in Europe. But at over 4,400 words, it's definitely not for the ADD-challenged. Which is why we've turned it into a handy illustrated video.

Obama 'Offended' By Leak Allegations

As the New York Times continues to defend its coverage of President Barack Obama's terrorist kill list and the White House's cyber strategy against Iran, the president said it was offensive for people to assume or believe one of his aides leaked the top secret information to the press.

George Soros Speech 'Most Important' on the Euro Financial Crisis -- Illustrated

After George Soros, the influential hedge fund manager, posted a speech he gave at an economics conference in Italy last week, the financial blogosphere lit up. It got lots of praise as the best analysis yet of the ongoing fiscal debacle in Europe. But at over 4,400 words, it's definitely not for the ADD-challenged. Which is why we've turned it into a handy illustrated video.

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Federal Judge Strikes Down NDAA Detention Powers

The government may not invoke the bitterly debated National Defense Authorization Act to hold people in indefinite military detention on suspicion that they ?substantially supported? terrorism, a federal judge ruled.
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