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  • News: SOE Details Make Good Plans

    Sony Online Entertainment has revealed its plans to compensate its players for the downtime its games servers have been suffering following the recent hacks.

  • News: Facebook Combats Spam, Clickjacking With Four New Features

    One day after Symantec uncovered an alleged privacy breach, Facebook released four new features to its security suite, unrelated to the discovery.

  • News: Google Chromebook's auto-update scheme will be hard sell

    Consumers may love that Google's Chromebooks will automatically deliver security updates, but company administrators will resist it tooth and nail, experts said today.

  • News: Samsung to Show Off 2560-by-1600, 10.1-Inch Display

    Samsung will unveil a 10.1-inch tablet display next week with 2560-by-1600 resolution that draws 40 percent less power than older RGB stripe LCD screens. The new PenTile WQXGA display has double the resolution found in the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and has more than five times as many total pixels as the iPad's 1024-by-768 display.

  • News: First Modern Warfare 3 Info

    A number of sources have leaked a wealth of details about this year's Call of Duty game, which still hasn't been officially confirmed by Activision.

  • News: Interop: Cyberwar test runs yield information about defenses

    Cyber warfare strategy is getting so sophisticated that network attacks suitable for major assaults are being used instead as trial runs meant solely to probe enemies with the aim of figuring out what their defenses are, an audience at an Interop security talk was told.

  • News: Offshoring: Preparing for India's Proposed Privacy Rules

    India's proposed data privacy regulations could create serious logistical problems for offshoring customers if passed. Offshore outsourcing attorneys and analysts explain how the data protection rules will impact customers.

  • News: Netflix Arrives on Android, Kinda Sorta

    The Netflix app has been available on iOS devices for more than a year, and for several months on Windows 7 phones. Now Netflix has finally made it to Android -- but only a small handful of devices will be able to stream content over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi, and none of them are tablets.

  • News: Enterprise note to Microsoft: Please make Skype easier to manage!

    Skype voice and video has tended to trigger IT security angst, and now that Microsoft has bought Skype, some observers are voicing hope that the service will be improved to help it be better managed in an enterprise setting.

  • News: Microsoft's Frenemies: The Necessity of Partnering Up

    Microsoft's partnerships with RIM, Nokia and Yahoo (and acquisition of Skype) underscore the need to form alliances against Google or Apple in certain markets.

  • News: iOS developers receive legal threats over in-app purchasing

    Early Friday morning, developer James Thomson of TLA Systems—the company behind iOS app PCalc—posted a series of updates on Twitter regarding a legal threat he had just received. As Thomson explained to Macworld via e-mail:

  • News: Limewire Pays the Price for Piracy with $105M Settlement

    The music industry struck a blow to piracy when Limewire shut down last year, and now it's twisting the knife with a $105 million settlement.

  • News: Facebook, Twitter need corporate security policies

    Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter open threats to sensitive corporate data that businesses need to deal with aggressively, Interop attendees were told.

  • News: Is OpenFlow a go?

    Interop 2011 could have been called The OpenFlow Show. Vendors were hawking OpenFlow switches and controllers, and a lab demonstration on the show floor displayed the traffic management technique and applicability among multivendor switches.

  • News: Experts on PSN Hack: Sony Could Have Done More

    As the PlayStation Network outage enters its fourth week, with no definite answer to the question of when service will be restored, security experts have told PCWorld that Sony could have done more to prevent PSN from being infiltrated by hackers.

  • News: Will 'Groupon Fatigue' Doom the Daily-Deals Business?

    Only a year after Groupon rocketed out of nowhere to become the Internet's hot new thing--spawning hundreds of copycats--the hottest, newest thing is Groupon fatigue.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook launching in Australia on 1 June?

    RIM's hotly anticipated BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is set to officially launch in Australia on 1 June, according to an industry source that has been testing the tablet who wished to remain anonymous.

  • News: Angry Birds hits the web for free, yippee!

    Good news, Angry Birds fans: Rovio's addictive time-wasting exercise in pork pummeling is now available in the Chrome Web Store. Users of Google's Chrome browser can download a prerelease version of Angry Birds, according to the developer's blog.

  • News: Starhawk Announced for PS3

    2006's multiplayer shooter Warhawk is finally getting a sequel, and this time it's coming to retail, bringing a substantial single-player component with it.

  • News: PSN dev network back online

    Reports indicate the internal PSN developer network is apparently back online, suggesting that online play, matchmaking and other services may be back very soon.



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