Tuesday, 3 May 2011
Cybercriminals capitalizes on news related to Osama bin Laden's death, armed with poisoned spam samples, 419 scams and emails advertising "unseen footage" from bin Laden's last moments.
RIM announces new BlackBerry Bold smartphones, as well as applications and solutions for other BlackBerry devices.
The new Torqx 2 is a new SSD that enables users to boost performance of existing desktops and notebooks to achieve maximum performance with SATA II 3.0 Gpbs interfaces.
Ultimate Ears launched their noise-isolating earphones and headset, delivering more than 24dBs of noise-isolation in five distinctive patterns and three colors.
Available in black, silver, blue and pink, the HMX-Q10 is a light and compact camcorder designed to bring together Samsung's full HD camcorder technology, with a high quality BSI CMOS sensor and advanced video functions that make recording movies simpler than ever.
As part of the Make-a-Wish Foundation, 9-year old Owain Weinert, who has pre-B Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia, is making a game together with Plants vs. Zombies creators PopCap Games.
TomTom sold user data to Dutch police, and says it was "to help them identify congested areas for safety reasons and to help determine where road capacity needs to be increased." Unfortunately, it looks like the police had other ideas in mind, as they used the data to determine locations for speed traps! As you can guess, customers are none too happy with their data being sold.
TRENDnet announces the launch of the 450Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter, which upgrades laptop and desktop connectivity to the highest wireless performance available today.
The Nintendo 3DS is able to read certain augmented reality cards and animate them, so what happens when you tattoo them on your body?
Sony announced they will shortly begin a phased restoration by region of PlayStation Network and Qriocity services, beginning with gaming, music and video services to be turned on.