The Week In Tech News

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Your weekly round-up of tech headlines and happenings:

Google switched up its privacy, and now tracks you across t'internet.

A mega man was mega arrested for the Megaupload file-sharing site. File-sharers everywhere quaked.

An asteroid nearly (not at all, not even a bit) hit the earth on Friday.

YouTube announced 4 billion videos. Bored yet?

Nintendo predicted losses for the first time in 20 years. Are Wii over it?

Apple announced it has a few ($96 BILLION) quid in the bank and everyone now has iPhones.

Apple's supplier Foxconn was put in the spotlight over worker deaths.

O2 leaked your mobile number to a bunch of sites you didn't know about.

Twitter decided to censor tweets based on country. No Arab Spring 2.0 then.

No Toms, no Harrys, no Dicks - the first female-only social network was launched.

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