Friday, 13 Jul 2012
Yahoo has formally confirmed that the Yahoo Voices data breach did come from its servers, and that "approximately" 400,000 email addresses and passwords have been compromised in plain text online.
Twitter, in collaboration with Buddy Media, has launched an age screening service for adult brands. The feature is voluntary and companies who feel that their products are unsuitable for minors can opt in of their own volition.
AMD has been granted US$ $12.6 million under the FastForward program. The program is a joint effort between the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Department of Energy to advance research of exascale computers that are a 1000 times faster than current supercomputers.
A gesture-based version of Angry Birds will be debuting on Samsung ES7000, ES8000, and ES9000 series Smart TVs later this month.
According to sources, Digg has been sold to Betaworks for reportedly only $500,000. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
According to Symantec, a new Android.Dropdialer Trojan was found masquerading as two popular game titles on the Google Play store. Since their appearances on Google Play on June 24, they’ve raked in 50,000 to 100,000 downloads.
Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
An insider source told GSMArena that the successor of the Samsung Galaxy Note will be equipped with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display. Despite the increase in screen size, the width of the device is said to be reduced. Its launch date is also rumored to be brought forward.
Buffalo today announced their latest TeraStation 5000 series NAS devices which are aimed squarely at small and medium business owners.
Developed to strengthen the NIKKOR lineup of super-telephoto lenses, the lens is fully compatible with Nikon FX-format cameras and offers a fixed focal length of 800mm together with a maximum aperture of f/5.6.
Cooler Master has introduced two protective accessories for its line of iPhone cases - the rugged Claw and sophisticated Traveler cases.