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Google Street View, Sony Denies the PS4 Leak, Philips 56-inch Cinema HDTV, Google Marks the Internet as Harmful

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Google Street View has just captured a man walking around in the streets of America with a rifle. I don't really know what else to say, but there's the picture above for you. Only in America.

I talked about the recent PS4 leaks (here) and Sony has denied the rumours again. Yes, i know it's kind of old that every rumour about Sony just has to be denied all the time, but what can i do.

You must remember the Philips 21:9 Cinema HDTV. This 56-inch ultra-widescreen monster will unfortunately not be making it's way to the United States. This also means that it will not reach the Canadian market either. This TV, that i talked about here and here, is also the TV that removes the 'black bars' on those widescreen DVDs. It seems that Philips might actually dislike the US market. This TV was also nowhere to be seen at CES, which was in Vegas. Philips do you have something to confess?

This morning if you used Google search, you might have noticed that every search result displayed the, "This site may harm your computer" tag. Luckily, it was fixed this morning at 11:50 a.m. EST. The whole Internet was going crazy, so it seemed like pretty big news. Now imagine if the whole Internet was infected by malware. I think that would cause a disaster worse than our current economic crisis or the upcoming end of the world (scheduled for December 21, 2012).

Google Street View (and picture): http://i.gizmodo.com/5143274/google-street-view-completes-tour-of-real-america-with-dude-carrying-rifle
Sony Denies the PS4 Leaks: http://gamingfront.net/story-165-.html
Philips 56-inch Cinema HDTV (and picture): http://www.engadget.com/2009/01/31/philips-56-inch-cinema-21-9-hdtv-not-for-americans/
Google Marks the Internet as Harmful (and picture): http://lifehacker.com/5143489/google-marked-every-site-as-harmful-this-morning