May 31, 2014, 11:30 AM

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Larry Seltzer / ZDNet:
Registry hack enables continued updates for Windows XP  —  Summary: A single registry setting makes Windows Update think your XP system is Windows XP POSReady, which will receive updates for another five years.  —  As reported by Wayne Williams at Betanews and confirmed by us …
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
WWDC 2014 Roundup: Enhanced iOS 8, redesigned OS X 10.10, new hardware (plus fresh details)  —  Despite Apple CEO Tim Cook teasing that Apple would introduce new products “across 2014,” so far this year the company has simply released a cheaper version of the iPhone 5c in select markets …
Josh Lowensohn / The Verge:
Apple's WWDC banners show iOS 8, next OS X are coming  —  Apple's 25th annual developers conference kicks off next week, and as usual, the company's spent the past week putting up large, colorful banners all over the Moscone West building in San Francisco.  That includes large Apple logos …
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Powered by Pano, focused on gaming: Google to announce Android TV at Google I/O in June  —  Google is about to open up another front in the war for your living room: The company is set to announce the launch of Android TV at its Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco in June …
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Apple's Jimmy Iovine and Eddy Cue Explain the Beats Deal and Hint at the Future (Video)  —  A few hours after announcing their $3 billion deal, Apple SVP Eddy Cue and Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine came to the Code Conference to talk about what brought them together, and what they want to do next.
Julia Fioretti / Reuters:
Google's “Right To Be Forgotten” form receives over 12K submissions on its first day  —  Google in quandary over how to uphold EU privacy ruling  —  (Reuters) - Google and other internet companies find themselves in a quandary over how to strike a balance between privacy …
Abhijeet M. / SamMobile:
Original Samsung Galaxy Gear (SM-V700) now being updated to Tizen  —  The time has come for owners of the original Galaxy Gear to say goodbye to Android and welcome Tizen onto their smartwatch.  Samsung has begun rolling out an update to the Galaxy Gear that will bring over Tizen, the company's in-house OS, to the smartwatch.
Tom Brewster / Guardian:
US cybercrime laws being used to target security researchers  —  Security researchers say they have been threatened with indictment for their work investigating internet vulnerabilities  —  Some of the world's best-known security researchers claim to have been threatened with indictment …
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Chinese software firms see local sales gains after Snowden revelations and US DoJ spy charges  —  China tech firms gain from cyber barbs, Snowden revelations  —  (Reuters) - Chinese software companies such as Neusoft Corp and China National Software & Service Co Ltd (ChinaSoft) …

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