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Monday, 16 May 2011
A complaint has been filed against Dropbox with the FTC that accuses the service provider of lying about the level of its security in order to gain a competitive advantage over its rivals.
All the latest buzz (pun intended) about mobile phone signals causing bees to drop dead outright are laid to rest as a researcher tests out this theory.
Nearly a month after a massive security breach, Sony has begun a phased, region by region restoration of its PlayStation Network.
Google's upcoming Chromebook could be sold on high streets soon, despite Google's announcement that the notebooks will only be sold online.
Amazon's ad-supported version of the Kindle, the $114 version of the device that it introduced earlier this year, is at the top of its list of best selling electronics.
Friday, 13 May 2011
Samsung and partner Nouvoyance have said that they'd show a 10.1-inch, 2560 x 1600-resolution LCD designed for tablet use.
Google's Android Market gets a revamp right after Google I/O, featuring a design change to both the mobile and desktop versions, and adding paid apps support to more countries.
Thursday, 12 May 2011
On the last day of Google I/O 2011, the company reveals no plans for a Chrome OS tablet, leaving it strictly for the notebook form factor.
Twitter has released today a new mobile version of twitter.com to a small percentage of users on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android smartphones.
According to Ars Technica, a firmware hack allows early 2009 Mac Pro models to accept faster Xeon CPUs, as well as faster RAM, among others.