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  • News: Hackers acquire Google certificate, could hijack Gmail accounts

    Hackers have obtained a digital certificate good for any Google website from a Dutch certificate provider, a security researcher said today.

  • News: Is Persona 4 Portable on the Way?

    Atlus is teasing a videogame-related Persona 4 announcement. Will it be getting a PSP port like its predecessor?

  • News: UFC Undisputed 3 Cover Athlete Decided via Fan Vote

    Is your favorite UFC fighter the young upstart Jon "Bones" Jones? Or maybe pound-for-pound kingpin Anderson Silva? Well, those are just two of the five UFC Champions who can be voted in as the cover athlete for UFC Undisputed 3, as THQ has announced via press release. By heading over to http://www.ufc.com/ufcundisputed3, fans can pit in their two cents and enter themselves into a sweepstakes for one awesome grand prize.

  • News: Oracle-Google trial start may be delayed

    The start of the trial in Oracle's lawsuit against Google over alleged Java copyright and patent violations in the Android mobile OS could be delayed, according to a judge's ruling issued Monday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • News: Irene's wrath leaves 6,500 cell towers out, FCC says

    Updated figures released by federal officials on Monday showed 6,500 cell towers and sites were damaged or disrupted as a result of Hurricane Irene.

  • News: Happy fifth birthday, cloud computing

    Dell's unveiling of a cloud infrastructure today comes five years to the month after Amazon announced its Elastic Compute Cloud beta, which may well have been the first service to call itself a cloud.

  • News: In just three weeks, Facebook pays out $40K to hackers

    Three weeks after launching a bug bounty program that pays Web hackers cash for finding flaws with its website, Facebook said it has paid out more than US$40,000 in rewards.

  • News: Groups ask FCC to rule against BART's mobile phone shutdown

    Digital rights groups ask the U.S. FCC to rule against BART's decision to shut down mobile phone service during a planned protest.

  • News: iPhone 5 Rumors Indicate Slightly Larger Display, 3.7 Inches

    While the iPhone 5 won't bring Steve Jobs back, it will help ease the pain of life without him -- at least, we can only hope.

  • News: HP TouchPad demonstrated running Android

    The challenge to port Google's Android OS to Hewlett-Packard's now-defunct TouchPad has been met, with a developer demonstrating an alpha version of the OS working on the tablet.

  • News: Microsoft 'ribbonizes' Windows 8 file manager

    Microsoft Monday said it will "ribbonize" the file manager in next year's Windows 8, adding Explorer to the short list of integrated applications that already sport the interface in Windows 7.

  • News: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Gold Edition

    Are you ready for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword but need an extra Wii Remote? Or maybe you just need a gold collector's edition item to sit next to your gold Nintendo 64, with its gold N64 controller and gold copies of Ocarina of Time?

  • News: Gears of War 3 Season Pass Tagged at $30

    Sure, you can always get Gears of War 3 for $60 a launch, but you're still not getting the full Epic Games Experience at that price.

  • News: Peer-to-peer, wireless network could help in disasters

    A Georgia Tech professor envisions greater reliance on device-to-device communications using typical consumer phones after a disaster.

  • News: IPv6: What you need to do now

    With the official exhaustion of IPv4 open-pool addresses in February, the long migration path to IPv6 has passed another important milestone. Since the IANA IPv6 worldwide deployment announcement in 1999, the issue has never been whether, but simply when IPv6 would become the core protocol for global Internet traffic.

  • News: Hard Reset Launching on September 13

    Hard Reset, the debut project from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog, is looking immensely promising. Mitch Dyer's hands on preview offered a glimpse into the frenetic action of this upcoming PC exclusive that looks set to recapture the 1999 glory days of the run and gun shooter, albeit with a next-gen aesthetic.

  • News: Pricing of RAM to plunge, analyst says

    The price of DDR3 memory used in laptops, desktops and servers will drop over the next two months as memory companies try to clear out excess inventory in a slowing PC market, IHS iSuppli said on Monday.

  • News: Facebook shuts down Deals, boosts Photos

    Facebook has decided to shut down its Deals feature after testing it for several months with big name brands like Gap, Starbucks, Macy's, JCPenney and American Eagle Outfitters.

  • News: Red Cross comm team ready for disasters

    While most businesses back up data and records as potential disasters approach, the American Red Cross has a communications and information systems infrastructure built to bring key data into areas ravaged by storms like Hurricane Irene.

  • News: Four Key Things Google Admitted to the Feds

    In one of the largest settlements of its kind in U.S. history, Google agreed last week to pay the U.S. government half a billion dollars for allowing its advertising system to be abused by Canadian Internet prescription drug peddlers illegally importing their wares into the country. The size of the settlement wasn't the only eye-opener in the case. The settlement agreement contained some surprises, too, especially in some admissions made by the company whose motto is "Do no evil." Here are four of them.



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