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  • News: AusCERT 2011: Mobile banking malware on the rise

    Chief technology officer of Trusteer, Amit Klein, has spoken about the trends of mobile malware, citing mobile banking as the next big threat to the industry.

  • News: Best Buy Offering SpotPass Content

    The retail giant has partnered with Nintendo to offer a variety of downloadable content for 3DS via SpotPass in Best Buy stores from next month.

  • News: Fantastical eases calendar event entry

    For me, the hardest part of having a calendar is keeping it updated. Somehow, I always end up sighing, thinking about how many other things I could be doing with the time it takes me to add an event. But Flexibits is out to change that with its new release, Fantastical, which aims to make entering calendar events a breeze.

  • News: Intel speeds up road map to tackle threat from ARM

    Intel will dramatically shake up its microprocessor road map to meet the demand for very-low-power processors and to fend off the competitive threat from rival chip design company ARM, CEO Paul Otellini said on Tuesday.

  • News: Boost a Mobile Hotspot, Extend Media Center to Other TVs

    Reader Lois just moved to an area of California where there's no cable or DSL Internet service available. (Hard to believe, right?) She considered satellite service, but learned that those options are "slow and expensive." Cleverly, she's trying a Verizon MiFi mobile hotspot--a great solution, but it's also proving to be slow. (Lois notes that she gets only two bars on her call phone, so obviously she's in an area with poor cell-tower coverage.) Ultimately, she's "tired of paying for [a] less than quality product."

  • News: Intel speeds up road map to tackle threat from ARM

    Intel will dramatically shake up its microprocessor road map to meet the demand for very-low-power processors and to fend off the competitive threat from rival chip design company ARM, CEO Paul Otellini said on Tuesday.

  • News: What is Apple planning for 19 May?

    Speculation is mounting as to what Apple is planning for 19 May, the 10th anniversary of the first Apple Stores opening in Virginia and California.

  • Opinion: Bing, Facebook Deepen Ties, Threaten Google +1

    Microsoft has unveiled a deeper conglomerate of Bing and Facebook that harvests the power of the social Web, one year after forming a partnership to take "social search" to the next level.

  • News: University student 'pwned' PCs to steal game logins

    A university student has been let off with a suspended prison sentence after being caught using a password-stealing tool to harvest user account logins for gaming websites.

  • News: Steve Jobs told Nike to 'get rid of the crap'

    Need advice on how to make your company even more successful? Steve Jobs seems to be happy to dish out advice, as long as you don't mind hearing some home truths.

  • How-Tos: How to erase data from an Android phone or tablet

    We show you how to wipe an Android phone or Android tablet so that you can pass on the hardware without giving away your details.

  • News: Patent holder's demand for license fees from iOS developers sparks outcry

    A David vs. Goliath battle has emerged in a patent dispute between small independent iOS application developers and a Texas-based patent holding company called Lodsys.

  • News: Senate slates second round with Apple, Google over mobile privacy

    Congress on Thursday will again grill executives from Apple and Google over mobile privacy concerns.

  • News: Senate slates second round with Apple, Google over mobile privacy

    Congress on Thursday will again grill executives from Apple and Google over mobile privacy concerns.

  • News: NASA astronauts use robot to inspect shuttle

    Astronauts on NASA's space shuttle Endeavour are using the spacecraft's robotic arm to inspect the shuttle's heat shield for damage today.

  • News: Android Data Leaks Discovered: What You Need to Know

    A security flaw in nearly all Android phones can leak contact, calendar and photo data to nearby hackers, researchers said. But is this a serious threat to Android security, or just an overblown bit of fear-mongering?

  • News: Secrets to Mastering the Apple Rumor Mill

    Have you ever marveled at how it is that the local weatherman can be wrong more often than not, and yet still get to keep his job? Well, being a TV weatherperson requires great hair and a winning smile...or at least some knowledge of meteorology, but fear not! You can be an Apple analyst instead and be wrong just as often--maybe more.

  • News: EIA: Gov't must do more to stop illegal e-waste exports

    The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is calling for the government to conduct a full review of the firms involved in the disposal of the UK's e-Waste.

  • News: Amazon Quad-Core Tablet Rumored for 2011

    Amazon plans to release two new Android tablets before the end of 2011, including one with NVIDIA's forthcoming mobile quad-core chip, according to online rumors. Amazon is purportedly planning an entry-level tablet, codenamed "Coyote," with a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip. The other slate, dubbed "Hollywood," will sport the new "Kal-El" quad-core mobile chip. There are no rumors about screen sizes, storage capacity or other specs for Amazon's purported tablets, according to Boy Genius Report.

  • How-Tos: PC Liquid Cooling System: Build It Yourself

    The components inside your PC generate heat. Your standard heat-sink-and-fan combo is usually sufficient for the average user, but when you push your components harder, they'll run hotter. If you want to overclock your PC to the bleeding edge, you'll want to build a liquid-cooling system for your PC to ensure that your precious components don't burn out.



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