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On June 5, we reported on a take down of Citadel botnet networks by Microsoft‘s Digital Crime Unit and the FBI, among other unspecified “technology industry partners. We’ve heard extensively about the gradual decline of the consumer PC market, with industry leaders feeling the pain as consumers gravitate towards more mobile devices: tablets and smartphones. We spent some time benchmarking the Snapdragon 800 series processors and as a result, we were able to play with the MDP (Mobile Developer Platform) devices. Google Drive has supported quite a few languages, and you’d have been hard-pressed to find one you didn’t speak or need. Qualcomm may have introduced the Snapdragon 800 processor a little while back, and while we suspect some may be wondering why we have yet to see any real announcements since that point in time, it seems there was an actual plan in action. Lenovo has announced a first for the company: a 15-inch ultrabook. The ThinkPad S531 is aimed at the business class, and is boasted as offering a combination of both design and the professional-styling typical to Lenovo machines. If it wasn’t going to happen with the HTC One, it certainly had to hit Motorola. That’s what’s happening this week as the infamous @DroidLanding twitter account fires back up for the first time since November of 2011. The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27, “Table PC” as they call it, is easily one of the most unique PCs we’ve seen in the past several years. With the recent uproar with The National Security Agency and PRISM, many tech companies have come forward to deny any claims that they give the government user information without the users knowing, and to prove that, companies are now wanting to publicly post national security requests for full transparency. The folks at MacStadium have officially made public their intent to bring the 2013 edition of the Mac Pro into the server fold.