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Highlights from this morning's big tech headlines...
  • The Google logo has been updated yet again, possibly hinting at a new, live-search feature in advance of today's Google press conference. [From: Engadget]
  • Beware of false rumors that Facebook Places will inform everyone of where you are at all times. On top of lying, the scammy posts give inaccurate directions for disabling Places; check out our guide to properly shut down the location-sharing service. [From: Business Insider]
  • Following Craigslist's stateside self-censoring of its adult services section last week, many groups are calling for the classifieds site to shutter the listings worldwide. [From: AP/Huffington Post]
  • Barely a week after rainbow-loving viral celebrity Paul "Bear" Vasquez hopped on the Microsoft bandwagon, Disney is promoting its new Rapunzel film 'Tangled' with a Double Rainbow-themed trailer, rushing the meme to an even earlier grave. [The Daily Wh.at]
  • Firefox 4 Beta, Mozilla's latest iteration, introduces hardware graphics acceleration to Windows users, more secure connections, and new audio capabilities. [From: Mozilla Blog]

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