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Hackers Arrested in U.K.

Hackers Arrested in U.K.

Five males between the ages of 15 and 26 were arrested in Britain. They are suspected of being part of the group of hackers, known as “Anonymous”. The group supports WikiLeaks and were responsible for the denial of service attacks on websites such as MasterCard, VISA and PayPal. Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks are where [Continue]

iPhone and Verizon; Better Together?

iPhone and Verizon; Better Together?

On Wednesday, Verizon announced they will be accepting the iPhone on its wireless network. This makes many AT&T customers very happy because of the poor service they have reportedly provided their iPhone customers over the past few years. With so many AT&T customers flocking to the Verizon network, will this free up the AT&T network [Continue]

Apple Opens New Mac App Store

Apple Opens New Mac App Store

Apple opened it’s new Mac App store today as they promised. The new store contains more than 1,000 games, utilities and productivity apps in 21 different categories. “We think users are going to love this innovative new way to discover and buy their favorite apps,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The new store is seen [Continue]

Is Microsoft Getting into the TV Market?

Is Microsoft Getting into the TV Market?

Rumor has it Microsoft will be debuting their “Windows TV” at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Seattle Times is reporting the cost of the set top box will be around $200 and will run the Windows Media Center interface. This may be a serious challenge to the new Apple and Google TV [Continue]

Facebook – Most Visited Site In The US

Facebook – Most Visited Site In The US

It’s official. Social networking is more popular than searching online. Reuters reports that Facebook has officially beat out Google.com as the most visited website on the web for year 2010. Facebook had 8.9% of all web visitors in the U.S. between January and November 2010 while Google.com grabbed 7.2% of all visits. It truly has [Continue]

Microsoft Co-Founder Relaunches Apple Patent Lawsuit

Microsoft Co-Founder Relaunches Apple Patent Lawsuit

Microsoft Corp co-founder and billionaire investor Paul Allen relaunched a wide-ranging patent lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc. and its YouTube subsidiary, Facebook Inc., Yahoo Inc., AOL Inc., eBay Inc., Netflix Inc., OfficeMax Inc. and Staples Inc. with specific allegations that the companies are illegally using technology owned by his [Continue]

Apple Sued Over App Privacy

Apple Sued Over App Privacy

Apple has been slapped with a class action lawsuit that accuses the company and several prominent app makers of sharing users’ personal identification without consumers’ approval. Jonathan Lalo filed his complaint in California district court last week, accusing Apple of producing devices that allow ad networks to track a user’s [Continue]

Apple Raises iPhone Shipment Goals for Next Year

Apple Raises iPhone Shipment Goals for Next Year

Apple expects to ship 1 to 2 million more iPhones in the first quarter of 2011 than it originally expected, sources said. It seems the company is having complete trust on the consistent performance of the iconic Smartphone and they are expecting a dream run during the coming year too. As per the reports, the [Continue]

Microsoft Warns About Security Flaw in IE

Microsoft Warns About Security Flaw in IE

Microsoft has warned about a flaw on the Internet Explorer browser that could allow hackers to take control of unprotected computers. Microsoft affirms that Internet Explorer (IE) holds a serious susceptibility which can be used by attackers to abuse users and make them visit a manipulative bugged Web site. The bug allows hackers to inject [Continue]

Skype to Refund Customers Affected by Service Outage

Skype to Refund Customers Affected by Service Outage

Skype’s CEO took to the company’s official blog for some official damage control. He issued a statement apologizing for the service outage and promising compensation. Bates also issued an update on the outage, claiming the company has been able to successfully stabilize Skype due to the “dedicated supernodes deployed by [Continue]

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