Monday Morning Links Serving: The May 30th Edition

The Largest File-Sharing Lawsuit of All Time
It’s been almost a year since the producers of The Hurt Locker filed a lawsuit against 5,000 alleged pirates suspected of distributing the film via BitTorrent. Now Voltage Pictures has updated its complaint, adding almost 20,000 IP addresses to the list of defendants.

How the Smartest Android Keyboard Got Even Smarter
I’ve long recommended SwiftKey as a third-party keyboard for Android smartphones, and many others agree.

Apple iPad Alternatives: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The tablet market is about more than just the iPad. Seriously. Here are the best—and worst—iPad competitors you can buy now.

Top 10 Simple Privacy Tricks Everyone Should Use
Protecting your privacy on the internet these days seems like a hefty undertaking, but there are a few things you can do to protect your privacy with just the click of a button. Here are our favorite super-simple tricks.

Is Google Wallet Really the Future of Money?
If Google has its way with Google Wallet, your bank and credit cards will be obsolete. The only things you’ll need a wallet for are IDs and cash. But is Google’s vision really the future of money, here today?

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