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Tech Thoughts Daily Net News May 24, 2012

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Tech Thoughts Daily Net News May 24, 2012

Tech Thoughts Daily Net News â May 24, 2012: A Recap of the Top Tech Stories

If you missed the latest news in the tech world, don't worry. We've got you covered with a recap of the top tech stories from Tech Thoughts Daily Net News â May 24, 2012. Here are some of the highlights:

Facebook IPO fallout: After a disappointing debut on the stock market, Facebook faced a series of lawsuits, investigations, and criticisms over its IPO process. Some investors claimed that Facebook and its underwriters misled them about the company's revenue prospects, while others blamed technical glitches on the Nasdaq exchange for their losses. Facebook's share price dropped from $38 to $26.81 by the end of May.

Google Chrome overtakes Internet Explorer: According to StatCounter, Google Chrome became the most popular web browser in the world for the first time in May 2012, surpassing Internet Explorer. Chrome had a global market share of 32.76%, while IE had 31.94%. Firefox came in third with 25.47%. Chrome's rise was attributed to its speed, simplicity, and security features.

Flame malware discovered: A sophisticated cyber espionage tool called Flame was discovered by researchers from Kaspersky Lab and other security firms. Flame was designed to steal data, record audio and video, and sabotage systems. It targeted mainly computers in the Middle East, especially Iran. Flame was believed to be part of a state-sponsored cyber warfare campaign.

SpaceX makes history: SpaceX became the first private company to launch a spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) on May 22, 2012. The Dragon capsule carried about 1,000 pounds of cargo and experiments to the orbiting lab. It also returned with about 1,400 pounds of items back to Earth on May 31. The mission was a milestone for commercial spaceflight and NASA's partnership with private firms.

Apple wins patent case against Samsung: A U.S. court granted a preliminary injunction to Apple, banning Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the U.S. The court ruled that Samsung likely infringed on Apple's design patent for the iPad. The injunction was part of a larger patent dispute between the two tech giants over smartphones and tablets.

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Other tech stories from Tech Thoughts Daily Net News â May 24, 2012 include:

Yahoo CEO resigns: Scott Thompson stepped down as Yahoo's CEO after only four months on the job. He was accused of lying about his academic credentials on his resume and in official documents. Thompson claimed he had a computer science degree from Stonehill College, but it turned out he only had an accounting degree. Ross Levinsohn became the interim CEO of Yahoo.

Microsoft unveils Windows 8 Release Preview: Microsoft released the final pre-release version of its upcoming operating system, Windows 8, on May 31, 2012. The Windows 8 Release Preview featured improvements to the Metro user interface, the Windows Store, and the Internet Explorer 10 browser. Windows 8 was designed to work on both traditional PCs and touchscreen devices.

LinkedIn passwords leaked: A hacker posted about 6.5 million encrypted passwords from LinkedIn users on a Russian forum on June 6, 2012. LinkedIn confirmed the breach and advised its members to change their passwords. The hacker did not reveal the email addresses associated with the passwords, but some security experts warned that they could be obtained by cracking the encryption.

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