Spain stays trade friends with U.S. by implementing Sinde Law, Google gives us a dedicated and up-to-date resource to get the latest news on presidential candidates, and Sprint does not offer truly unlimited data.
- US Threatened To Blacklist Spain For Not Implementing Site Blocking Law: The United States put significant pressure on Spain's government to pass a SOPA-style law they helped draft called the Sinde Law. After lengthy delay, the new government passed the law within ten days. [TorrentFreak]
- Sprint Throttles Top 1% of Data Users, No "Truly Unlimited" Data For US iPhone Users: Despite Sprint's claims that they are the only US carrier still offering "truly unlimited" data, they do restrict the top 1% of data users whose use is deemed "excessive." [MacRumors]
- Google Politics and Elections: Google offers the latest election news, breaking it down by candidate and issue. Add this to your Google+ circle to see up-to-date political news as it happens. [Google]
- BitTorrent Takes On Dropbox with Personal File Sharing: BitTorrent releases Share, a new personal file sharing application with no limits on the size of files that are transferred. It will initially be Windows-only, but an alpha version of uTorrent will provide similar services to Mac users. [GigaOm]
- Easily Transfer Office Files From PC To Windows Phone With Office File Uploader: Office File Uploader offers a simple solution to transfer files from your PC to your Windows Phone, avoiding the need to email files to yourself or upload them to SkyDrive to get the job done. [XDA Developers]
- Disable the Window Shadow on a Mac: Use ShadowKiller to remove the shadow around menus and windows on your Mac. It can also be used to put the shadows back if you change your mind. [CyberNet News]