November 27, 2015, 5:35 PM

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Abhimanyu Ghoshal / The Next Web:
Raspberry Pi unveils the Pi Zero, a $5 computer with 512MB RAM and a 40% faster processor than Raspberry Pi 1, comes free with December's The MagPi magazine  —  Raspberry Pi's latest computer costs just $5  —  Raspberry Pi has just unveiled the Pi Zero, a programmable computer that costs only $5 — about as much as a cup of coffee.
Richard Lai / Engadget:
Sony confirms official PS4 Remote Play app for Windows and Mac  —  Well that was quick.  It's only been a couple of days since someone came up with an unofficial app to stream PlayStation 4 gaming to PC, but earlier today, Sony's awesome Shuhei Yoshida confirmed on Twitter that his company is …
Rita El Khoury / Android Police:
Instagram is testing support for multiple accounts on Android  —  [This Is Actual News] Instagram Starts Rolling Out Multiple Account Support On Android  —  Here's something refreshingly different for you on this fine regular Friday morning: Instagram is working on multiple account support …
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai / Motherboard:
Servers of Chinese tech toy maker VTech breached: data of 4.8M parents and 200K kids may have been accessed  —  One of the Largest Hacks Yet Exposes Data on Hundreds of Thousands of Kids  —  The personal information of almost 5 million parents and more than 200,000 kids was exposed earlier …
Eli Blumenthal / USA Today:
The best Black Friday tech deals, from TVs to laptops to hoverboards  —  Start downloading retail apps now.  Jefferson Graham reports that some of the best Black Friday deals will be online only.  —  CONNECT  —  NEW YORK— As the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season …
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Sony has sold more than 30.2M PlayStation 4 units since launch in November 2013, the fastest selling PlayStation ever  —  Sony's PlayStation 4 Scores More Than 30 Million Sales  —  Console has sold at a faster pace than any other PlayStations, says Sony  —  TOKYO— Sony Corp. said Wednesday …
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Vlad Savov / The Verge:
Lenovo and Razer unite to build a new range of gaming PCs  —  The world's biggest PC vendor is getting serious about gaming, and it's recruited one of gamers' favorite peripherals brands to help it establish its legitimacy.  Lenovo and Razer today announce a major new partnership …
Andy / TorrentFreak:
Software pirate in Czech Republic must get 200K YouTube hits on anti-piracy film or face fine after agreement with plaintiffs  —  Busted Pirate Told to Get 200K YouTube Hits or Face Huge Fine  —  Over the past 15 years countless individuals have faced financial punishments due to online copyright infringement offenses.

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