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Continued disputes over leaked Apple IDs, another musician releases an album in Outer Space, rent a Chromebook for $30 a month and an Instagram...

Karen Baker
Karen Baker on September 6, 2012. @karenebaker

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Continued disputes over leaked Apple IDs, another musician releases an album in Outer Space, rent a Chromebook for $30 a month and an Instagram treasure hunt… Links you need to start your day with.

Internet hacker group AntiSec and the FBI continue to spar on the source of its 1 million Apple unique device IDs. Information Week

The ultimate frequent flyer reward? A trip to space. Thanks Virgin America! CNET

Building on will.i.am’s success in Outer Space, rapper GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan is releasing an album called “Dark Matter,” the first of a series intended to a wide audience “hooked on science.” Wall Street Journal

Google now lets businesses rent Chromebooks for $30 a month. TechCrunch

Add some spice to your weekend with this Instagram treasure hunt by Red Bull. Telegraph

A study by Pew Research Center finds that around 50% of Americans won’t install smartphone apps that require too much information. New York Times Bits Blog

The EU needs all the support it can get, even if it’s coming from a French fashion line of T-shirts. Telegraph

 

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