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  • News: Hacking group releases more Stratfor subscriber data

    Hackers released another batch of data on Thursday pilfered from Stratfor Global Intelligence, a widely used research and analysis company whose website was attacked last weekend.

  • News: 2011's top stories: iPhone 5

    This year Macworld readers wanted to know about the secret details of the iPhone 5, which we know now, was in fact iPhone 4S. From lost prototypes, to leaked specifications, the internet was awash with on-going speculations of what the iPhone 5 would look like and what it would be able to do.

  • News: Facebook Wreaks Havoc on One-Third of Marriages in the U.K.

    Husbands and wives in the United Kingdom headed for divorce are increasingly citing Facebook in their petitions, according to a survey from Divorce-Online, a website that focuses on divorce in the U.K.

  • News: Go Daddy Officially Opposes SOPA

    For those who believe Go Daddy didn't eat enough humble pie for backing the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), the company's taken further measures to backtrack on on its earlier support of SOPA. Go Daddy's president issued an apology Thursday evening pledging to repair relationships with domain holders who bolted to competitors over the issue and to reiterate its oppostion to the proposed legislation.

  • News: Go Daddy admits losing customers over stance on Internet legislation

    It might not have come as a surprise that Go Daddy's previous support of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) would have generated a storm of controversy—enough to provoke an exodus of the internet registrar's customers to competing services. But Go Daddy was having none if it. At least until now.

  • News: 2012 tech predictions: From IDG's editors worldwide

    Consumerization of IT is the consensus choice of the new year's major technology force, one that will manifest itself in several forms

  • News: CMOS Is Winning the Camera Sensor Battle, and Here's Why

    Camera-equipped cell phones and digital cameras are packing in abundant video-capture options and in-camera extras, thanks to image sensors that consume less power while delivering high performance and advanced features.

  • News: Microsoft Ruins Perfect Record with Out-Of-Band Patch

    It was so close. Microsoft made it 363 days in 2011 without releasing an update outside of the monthly Patch Tuesday cycle. It was also 48 hours away from finishing 2011 in double-digits for security bulletins. But, on December 29, Microsoft pushed out an out-of-band patch -- MS11-100.

  • News: PlayStation Vita Sales Plummet In Japan

  • News: Verizon's $2 Bill Payment Fee Sparks Outrage Online

    Verizon customers are in an uproar after discovering that the carrier will start charging a $2 "convenience" fee to process one-time credit and debit card bill payments made by phone and online. The new fee goes into effect Jan. 15, and will only be charged to people making one-time payments directly to Verizon either by phone or on a Verizon website.

  • News: When Will LG's 84-Inch 4K TV Go Mainstream? Maybe Never

    Higher TV resolution is always better, right? Not if your television screen is too tiny to do justice to the millions of pixels at your disposal, and if "high speed" Internet bandwidth is too slow to deliver said resolution to the average consumer.

  • News: Need Wi-Fi? Find a Vending Machine

    Ah, Japan. The land of vending machines for, quite literally, everything. Now Japanese vending machines dispense one more item: free Wi-Fi!

  • News: Former Blogger Sued for Keeping Twitter Followers

    Well, here's an interesting new twist in our lawsuit-happy society: A blog is suing one of its former employees for leaving and "taking" their Twitter followers with him.

  • News: Two new tools exploit router security setup problem

    Researchers have released two tools that can take advantage of a weakness in a system designed to let people easily secure their wireless routers.

  • News: Android, iOS gain subscribers in US while RIM slides

    Google's Android and Apple's iOS gained a larger percentage of the U.S. smartphone market in the latter part of the year, while Research in Motion's share declined along with Microsoft and Symbian, according to the latest figures from market researcher comScore.

  • News: Researcher: Google+ growth accelerating, passes 62 million users

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  • News: Intel Ivy Bridge Chips Launching Early April 2012

    Intel may unveil its next generation of processors--nicknamed "Ivy Bridge"--in April, according to the latest reports. The Ivy Bridge chips for desktops and laptops promise a 37 percent performance increase over the current generation of Sandy Bridge processors.

  • News: Websites, apps vulnerable to low-bandwidth, bot-free takedown, say researchers

    Hackers armed with a single machine and a minimal broadband connection can cripple Web servers, researchers said Wednesday. Microsoft today shipped an emergency update to fix the flaw.

  • News: 2011 in review: The year in iOS

    In 2011, as in 2010, iOS received a lot of attention from Apple. Apple introduced significant updates to its flagship iOS devices--the iPad and the iPhone. It added a new buying option to the App Store, perhaps rescuing the magazine industry in the process. It premiered an insanely powerful and brilliantly designed piece of software that proved unequivocally that iOS devices aren't just for consumption. And, of course, the company unveiled a significant upgrade to its touch-based operating system itself. And then a not-so-tiny upstart named Amazon tried to leap into the tablet computing fray, too.

  • News: Verizon solves third 4G issue this month

    Verizon on Thursday said its third 4G network problem this month was resolved over night.



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