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May 2011

Why Google TV isn’t dead yet

Editor's note: This is another in a series of Business Insider commentaries debunking common tech myths. (CNN) -- Google TV is a flop so far. Consumers don't seem to care, the TV networks don't like it and most big gadget manufacturers haven't started... Continue Reading →

Facebook hit by viral likejacking attack “World funniest condom commercial”

by Graham Cluley on May 31, 2011 | FILED UNDER: Featured, Social networks, Spam, Vulnerability Messages are beginning to spread across Facebook, tricking users into clicking on links which claim to point to the world's funniest condom commercial. The messages are spreading through a clickjacking scam... Continue Reading →

Spam king faces jail after admitting child sex charges

by Graham Cluley on May 31, 2011 | Be the first to comment FILED UNDER: Featured, Law & order, Malware, Spam     One of the world's most notorious spammers faces jail after admitting that he had sex with under-age girls. Spam overlord Leonid "Leo" Kuvayev is... Continue Reading →

Sony Promises PlayStation Store Back this Week

By Matt Peckham, PCWorld    May 31, 2011 5:40 AM Finally. The PlayStation Store should be back this week—one month after the PlayStation Network was hacked and shuttered—along with anything else still missing in action, says Sony. A press releasedropped through the official PlayStation blog... Continue Reading →

TRENDnet Doubles Your 450 Mbps Wi-Fi Fun

TRENDnet announced a new three-stream N concurrent dual-band router. The TEW-692GR 450 Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Routerhas two radios that can simultaneously support maximum link rates of 450 Mbps when set to 40 MHz mode and used with three-stream N... Continue Reading →

Google uses new tool to track dengue fever hub

Google is using search patterns about dengue fever in an attempt to help health officials prepare for outbreaks. It hopes to develop an early-warning system by monitoring dengue-related search terms by users in Bolivia, Brazil, India, Indonesia and Singapore. Google... Continue Reading →

Apple iCloud launching on June 6

Apple's cloud based music service iCloud to launch on June 6th. As per reports, it is expected that iCloud will also works in a similar way to Google and Amazon music services. iCloud will allow users to store music in the “cloud” to be streamed to devices like the iPad or... Continue Reading →

Pentagon: “If you are Hacking, you are Inviting Missiles” :An act of War

The more serious side of computer hacking. From today’s Wall Street Journal: The Pentagon has concluded that computer sabotage coming from another country can constitute an act of war, a finding that for the first time opens the door for the... Continue Reading →

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