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Tuesday, 4 Oct 2011
A recent vulnerability that exposes user data to apps that are granted certain permissions on Android devices such as the HTC Thunderbolt and Evo 3D will be patched in an upcoming firmware update.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg mentioned that he wouldn't feel comfortable investing in Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, as compared to its successful Android portfolio.
Napster is sold by Best Buy to Rhapsody who will eventually phase out the brand and name. It seems that one of the pioneers of the digital music upheaval we have seen in the last two decades or so finally bites the dust.
Specs for the Nikon D800 has been leaked, and according to Nikon Rumors, the DSLR will be equipped with a 36-megapixel sensor.
There's never a more worrying situation for Yahoo as a company, when the man behind a company they bought is thinking about buying them. All eyes are now on Jack Ma to make his move.
HP has been in the news lately and most of it isn't for the right reasons. Its webOS tablet was canned and its longtime staple business's future, PCs, is also in question. And HP is once again in the news with the acquisition of British software firm, Autonomy.
Microsoft plans to breathe some life back to Hotmail with the release of the native Hotmail app for Android and iOS 5.
Toshiba unveils the Regza Blu-ray DBR-M190 home media server with a massive 5TB hard drive in Japan.
Monday, 3 Oct 2011
Samsung has announced the launch of Exynos 4212; it's the successor to the Exynos 4210 which is used to power the Galaxy S II smartphones.
While the Nobel Award might be the pinnacle of a researcher's career, the Ig Nobel awards tend to honor those whose work makes us laugh first and think later. Find out who won the honors in their fields for 2011.