Friday, 1 Feb 2013
Symantec Security Response has discovered that fake FedEx emails have been circulating. In these emails, users are asked to click on a link to print out a receipt in order to retrieve their parcel in person from the nearest FedEx office. Unsuspecting users who click on the link will be greeted by a PostalReceipt.zip file containing a malicious executable file named "PostalReceipt.exe", where a malware, "Trojan.Smoaler", will then be delivered to their computer.
The new 3DMark for Windows is finally complete and slated for a launch on Monday February 4, 2013 at 18:00 UTC. Hence, users here can look forward to its availability early Tuesday morning at 02:00 on Tuesday February 5. Mark that date and read on to uncover the exciting details of the new 3DMark!
New keyboard app Fleksy claims to have an autocorrect system that is so accurate that even blind users can type fast and accurately. Extreme mobile typists can even type without the keyboard being visible for maximum convenience.
The first ever Street View Trekker expedition brings panoramic imagery of the Grand Canyon to you, covering more than 75 miles of trails and surrounding roads, making the map of this area even more comprehensive, accurate, and easier to use than before.
Crowd indexing site for content stored on the Mega platform, Mega-search.me has apparently been stopped from operations due to a script implemented by Mega which deletes all indexed files on Mega-search.me.
Samsung bought a 5% stake in Wacom for $58.2 million.
Thursday, 31 Jan 2013
Viewqwest has announced enhancements to their Freedom VPN service originally launched in May last year, including a special VIP access to PPTV.
Nokia is rolling out the Windows Phone 7.8 update for its Lumia devices that are running on Windows Phone 7.5.
RIM (Research In Motion) has announced that it has changed its name to "BlackBerry" with immediate effect.
Dropbox recently gave a preview on what to expect from its service in 2013. The new features shown, will place emphasis on how a user's content will be displayed instead. This signals Dropbox's desire of being more than just a storage locker in the cloud.