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San Francisco Bans Fast Food Joints To Give Free Toys With Kids’ Menu

McDonaldIf you are visiting San Francisco’s Burger King thinking that you would get free toy with kids Happy Meal then you might be upset to know that the national fast food eating joint has stopped giving free toys with their kids’ menu.

Oracle introduces Exalytics Intelligence Machine

Oracle introduces Exalytics Intelligence Machine Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison on Sunday introduced a new data center product that is capable of delivering data analysis at the speed of thought.

Introduced at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, the Exalytics Intelligence Machine incorporates an in-memory database that place information to be processed in RAM, rather than reading it off disks, which provides a boost to performance.

Intel to highlight new laptop and tablet chips at its Developer Forum

Intel to highlight new laptop and tablet chips at its Developer ForumIntel's Developer Forum, being held from September 13 to September 15 at San Francisco, will reportedly witness the chipmaker highlighting new chips for laptops as well as tablets!

Hackers expose BART police’s personal data

Hackers expose BART police’s personal dataHacking group Anonymous on Wednesday breached the computer security of San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police union Website and stole officers’ private data.

BART police union disabled their website immediately after they found that hackers accessed their personal details, including home addresses, emails and passwords.

Anonymous hackers protest suspension of cellular service at San Francisco stations

Anonymous hackers protest suspension of cellular service at San Francisco stationsIn an evident retaliation to the controversial actions recently taken by a San Francisco regional subway authority, the ‘Anonymous’ hacktivists breached the security of MyBart. org, and published sensitive information for nearly 2,400 passengers who had set up accounts on the site.

Apple's iCloud to cost nothing at first, then $25 annually: report

AppleCustomers of iTunes digital download store will be able to enjoy the Apple’s soon-to-be-launched expected music streaming service, iCloud, for free for an initial period, while the service will eventually cost around $25 a year, emerging reports suggest.

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