DT Morning News Roundup - March 22, 2012

Jeffrey Van Camp
DT Morning News Roundup - March 22, 2012

We’re back for day two of our little experiment here. We’re shortening and simplifying our links for this edition, so let us know what you think. If there’s big news we should know about, put it in the comments. 

Morning news around the WebCriminals target Megaupload users with fake settlement demands – TorrentFreak Check out this hilarious Asus Transformer parody video – YouTubeAdobe Photoshop CS6 beta now out and free to download – DTICANN to help with domain seizures – TechDirtiPhone 5 rumored to have 4.6 inch screen – DTACLU condemns Facebook checks for job applicants - ACLUWyden amends JOBS Act to force transparency on ACTA, TPP - BloombergAngry Birds Space out today on PC, Mac, Android, and iOS – RovioResearch spots potential new target in fight against baldness – MSN Holding a gun makes you think others are too, new research shows – Science Daily The Netflix iPad app has been updated for the new iPad’s Retina display – MacRumorsApple has sold 1 million copies of iPhoto in a little over a week – The LoopGoogle may share Google Wallet revenue with carriers to woo them - PhandroidSony unveils new Google TV box – Android CentralThe US Senate will hold a hearing on Verizon’s spectrum acquisitions - Washington Post

That about wraps it for now. We will continue to add stories throughout the morning, as we encounter them. 

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