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  • Opinion: Fake 'MacDefender' Brings Malware to Macs

    Fake anti-virus software is an old breed of malware that's finally found a new trick: Attacking Macs.

  • News: Atlus Reveals Catherine Deluxe Edition

    Atlus has revealed the contents of Catherine's "Love Is Over" Deluxe Edition along with the "limited quantity" pre-order bonuses.

  • News: Chrono Trigger Rated by ESRB

    Fans of Square's Super NES RPGs have been patiently waiting for news of a Virtual Console re-release of Chrono Trigger for some time. Could the wait be over?

  • News: NASA says Endeavour won't launch before May 8

    NASA now says the earliest the space shuttle Endeavour might lift off is May 8.

  • News: Bethesda Fixes Broken New Vegas Patch

    A recent Fallout: New Vegas patch made the game nigh-on unplayable for most Xbox 360 owners by causing problems with save games. The problem was so bad that Bethesda urged the 360-owning members of the community to decline the update when it was offered.

  • News: Bit.Trip Saga Coming to Nintendo 3DS

    The six Bit.Trip games are headed to the Nintendo 3DS is one package, with a new level of 3D depth added to their pixelated graphics and distinctive chiptune music.

  • News: Fuel Cost Supplants Health Care as Chief CFO Worry

    Fuel prices and the Mideast political tumult appear at the heart of a dramatic fall-off in CFO optimism about corporate profit prospects, according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch "CFO Pulse Survey."

  • News: New Mac Trojan horse masquerades as virus scanner

    By and large, Mac users have been able to escape the onslaught of malware that their Windows counterparts suffer from. But every once in a while, a piece of nastiness slips into the wild. The latest offender is a Trojan horse by the name of MAC Defender, which purports to be a virus-scanning application. In fact, it does little more than encourage users to give up their credit card information.

  • News: Bin Laden's villa lacked Internet, phone service

    There was an error in the 12th paragraph of the Computerworld story, "Bin Laden's villa lacked Internet, phone service," posted to the wire Monday. The corrected paragraph is as follows:

  • News: Assassin's Creed Social Marketing

    Ubisoft has reignited the Assassin's Creed marketing fires with the promise of an "exclusive sneak peek" at the next game in the series.

  • Opinion: 109-Terabit Broadband Test Breaks Records

    We've got a new 109 terabit-per-second broadband speed to aspire to--and secretly envy. The new record holder is the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology in Tokyo. This record-setting broadband speed was not produced through any regular old fiber-optic cable, though.

  • How-Tos: Clearing up iPhone sync confusion

    Reader Simon Tanner was caught unaware by the not-entirely-clandestine relationship between his iPhone and Yahoo. He writes:

  • News: Apple's iOS doubles operating system market share

    Apple's iOS has more than doubled its market share in the past 10 months.

  • News: Osama Bin Laden news spurs wave of scams, malware

    Malware creators are already using the news of Osama Bin Laden's death as a opportunity to try and dupe people into clicking on malicious links. According to cloud-security firm Zscaler, researchers were already seeing malicious sites emerge to capitalize on the news within hours of the announcement.

  • News: Fake AV makers, scammers exploit Bin Laden news

    The death of Osama Bin Laden is the latest event to spur malware makers and scammers into action.

  • News: Security stepped up around U.S. following Bin Laden news

    While many around the world rejoiced at news that Osama Bin Laden, Al-Qaeda founder and architect of the September 11th attacks, had been killed by U.S. military forces, the news does not come without concern about possible violence in the aftermath of the historic event.

  • Opinion: Kissing Machine Is Real, Lets You Make Out via a Gadget

    Not a great kisser? Maybe you'll be able to practice with this kissing machine someday. Developed by the Kajimoto Laboratory at the University of Electro-Communications in Tokyo, this Kiss Transmission Device is the latest in analog smooching technology: It can take input via your tongue and translate it to a paired device and supposed recipient--if there is one, that is.

  • News: Bin Laden's villa lacked Internet, phone service

    Intelligence officials say a lack of Internet and telephone service at a Pakistani compound was a key reason to suspect Osama bin Laden was hiding there.

  • Scosche SolVUE solar-powered speakerphone

    Scosche has unveiled a Bluetooth speakerphone that uses a solar panel to power its battery. The SolVUE speakerphone lets drivers safely make hands-free calls

  • News: RIM's Blackberry Fights for Relevance

    Research in Motion rattled off a slew of product updates at its Blackberry World conference Monday, including new Bold smartphones, the Blackberry 7 OS, and a couple of key apps for the Blackberry Playbook tablet.



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