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Monday, 15 Apr 2013
Security analysts have detected an on-going attack on computers and servers running the WordPress blogging applications. Confirmed by three separate web hosting services, the assailants are using brute force attacks to steal administrative credentials for themselves.
Pebble has just announced that its SDK (software development kit) is available for download. The SDK will allow third-party developers to create apps for the its Pebble smart watch.
Some HTC One users have reported that their devices suffer from build issues. The cause of the problem remains unknown.
Friday, 12 Apr 2013
Apple's upcoming iPhones and iPad Minis are reportedly facing production delays. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, such woes may result in their delayed launches, especially the next generation iPhone that is widely expected to be available in June this year.
Professional network LinkedIn has recently confirmed its acquisition of 3-year-old news reading app, Pulse Newsreader, for about US$90 Million. 90% of deal was settled with LinkedIn stock, while 10% was in cash.
Samsung has just put its 10nm 128Gb (gigabit) 3-bit multi-cell NAND flash into mass production. The new flash chip will enable higher density flash memory cards and SSDs.
Seeking to extend the reign of the pinball machine beyond its end of life days Stern, effectively one of the last remaining pinball table manufacturers, has teamed up with Metallica to offer two customized models to lovers of this arcade staple.
Rockstar Games made driving around in its Grand Theft Auto games less mundane by creating radio stations for gamers to listen to. If you have ever found yourself missing the songs, you can know listen to them on Spotify and iTunes. Hit the link for more.
Thursday, 11 Apr 2013
Not that you'd need another reason to get a Samsung Galaxy S4, but a recent tear down of the device revealed that the S4 is much easier to repair than most handsets out in the market now, including the Galaxy S3.
Research firm IDC has released its first quarter PC shipment estimates for this year and it registered a sharp decline of 13.9 per cent from the same period in 2012. This is the steepest year-over-year decline since IDC began tracking the PC market's quarterly performance in 1994.