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  • News: Sony: PlayStation Network Resumes This Week

    Sony is still investigating the security breach that downed its PlayStation Network and Qriocity online services, but expects the gaming network will be back in operation this week, a company exec told media Sunday afternoon in Tokyo.

  • Feature: How to survive the next Stuxnet

    Stuxnet is one of the most complex malware threats observed to date. Here's how to protect critical infrastructure from the next Stuxnet to come along.

  • News: Worst-case projected cost of Epsilon breach: $4B

    The ultimate fee for the data breach last month at email service provider Epsilon could reach as high as $4 billion, depending on what becomes of the data that was stolen, according to a cyber-risk advisory firm.

  • News: Sony Exec to Address PlayStation Network Outage

    Sony announced today that the head of its gaming division will make a statement Sunday afternoon Tokyo Time to address the PlayStation Network outage.

  • News: Making Sense of Streaming Media Options

    Hulu Plus debuted yesterday on the Xbox 360, and HBO launched its HBO Go app for iPhone and iPad. It is quickly getting to the point where anything you can watch on traditional cable or satellite TV can also be watched via streaming from the Internet, but for now the options can be a bit confusing and intimidating.

  • News: iPhoto update adds new card themes, fixes bugs

    On Tuesday, Apple released the latest update to iPhoto 9—aka iPhoto ’11. iPhoto 9.1.2 adds new card themes to the app, as well as provides the obligatory improvements in “overall stability” and addresses a number of other minor issues.

  • News: White iPhone 4 is Thicker Than Black Model

    After 10 months of delays, the white iPhone 4 has arrived, and at closer inspection it turns out it's not only late, but also thicker than its black sibling. The difference is very small, 0.2 millimeters to be more precise, but it's enough to give headaches to some users who would find their cases wouldn't fit on the white iPhone 4.

  • News: PlayStation Network Users Reporting Credit Card Fraud

    Sony PlayStation Network users are reporting fraud on their credit cards -- everything from a flight booked in Germany to purchases in Japanese grocery stores.

  • News: Verizon to Warn Cellphone Buyers on Tracking Data

    Verizon will put a peel-off sticker on the screen of cellphones it sells, warning that the user's location may be tracked. The sticker also advises users to be careful which apps they install if they wish to avoid location information being shared with third parties.

  • Feature: Must-have features for your next laptop

    Here's what you should look for, whether you're in the market for a general-purpose laptop or you have more specific laptop uses in mind, such as gaming, entertainment or mobile work.

  • News: What Should Sony's 'Goodwill Gesture' Be?

    A free PSN game? Maybe a personal information theft warning? The GamePro Staff discusses what Sony should offer up as a "goodwill gesture" after PSN is finally restored.

  • Opinion: How to Keep Local Access to Data During Cloud Outages

    The Amazon cloud services outage that knocked out several popular Websites last week raised questions about the reliability of the cloud, but the general consensus is that it works if you plan for failure. Like any good business plan, a good cloud plan should include provisions for failure, including plans B and C, and plenty of backups.

  • Opinion: Newest Internet Meme: Flower Girl Upstages Kate and Will

    Internet records were smashed Friday by the first royal wedding of the social media era, as streaming video enabled billions to avoid the event's brutal 2 a.m. wake-up call and watch the goings-on later instead of working.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Leaky wheels get the grease

    Was the iPad 2 design leaked? Seems like there's some good evidence to that fact. Elsewhere, Microsoft wants to capitalize on the success of iOS and Verizon takes its first step in admitting smartphones have a problem. I now pronounce these the remainders for Friday, April 29, 2011.

  • News: NSW Government rolls out 4300 interactive whiteboards

    The NSW State Government has announced plans to roll out 4300 interactive whiteboards across the state, with the $23 million project set to make learning more interactive.

  • News: Low cost broadband key to NBN uptake

    Having a cost-effective national telecommunications infrastructure is vital if major broadband projects like the NBN are to be adopted by industry and consumers, according to two communications managers.

  • News: PS3 Hacker GeoHot Calls Sony Executives Crazy, Arrogant

    George Francis Hotz, commonly known as GeoHot, the hacker most widely recognized for cracking the Apple iPhone and Sony's PlayStation 3 -- the latter activity invoking Sony's legal wrath -- recently posted his own thoughts about the PSN crisis at his online blog.

  • Opinion: Cybercriminals Exploit PDF Filter to Embed Malware

    Avast! Virus Lab has discovered a dirty trick that cybercriminals are using to encode malware exploits and payloads into PDF files. Adobe says that the this trick has been used in a relatively small number of attacks, as well as one targeted attack.

  • Opinion: Save Time in Gmail With Smart Queries

    Right now, Gmail tells me I'm using about 2.6GB of the 25GB storage capacity that comes with my Google Apps for Business account. For many of you Gmail users out there, the amount of data archived in your account could be a heck of a lot more. My point is this: The more messages you've got archived in Gmail, the harder it can be to find what you need when you need it. So if you're not already deeply intimate with Gmail's advanced search operators, there's no time like the present to get to know them.

  • News: Tech firms in Hong Kong to hire more people in Q2

    Hiring expectations in Hong Kong have reached a new high this quarter, said recruitment service provider Hudson who released a Q2 survey report Thursday.



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