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Premium-Inhalt. Huawei Technologies said on Thursday it was verifying claims that its routers contained critical vulnerabilities, after security researchers disclosed alleged problems last weekend.
Premium-Inhalt. Samsung gets a talking to from the bench, almost two-thirds of the App Store's software might be silent (but not deadly), and there's more chatter about a new iPhone dock-connector port. The remainders for Wednesday, August 1, 2012 are too talkative by half.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple has requested a court in California to sanction Samsung Electronics in a patent infringement dispute by granting judgment in favor of Apple, after the South Korean company released to the press documents including exhibits that were not allowed as evidence in the suit.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple may be readying ebooks for Latin America, Sharp may be setting up to deliver displays for a new iPhone, and piracy is going rampant all over the place. The remainders for Thursday, August 2, 2012 are on their marks.
Premium-Inhalt. SAP has agreed to pay Oracle US$306 million in connection with the corporate-theft case that Oracle filed against it and a former SAP subsidiary in 2007, according to a filing made Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Premium-Inhalt. The nearly 1 billion users (fewer, of course, if you don't count ) who use Facebook every day sure share a lot of stuff. However, a lot of it gets lost in the shuffle.
Premium-Inhalt. Tracing can be like a forensics procedural, only with fewer neat answers. There are many reasons for wanting to know who your ancestors are, from being curious as to where you came from; to needing to know medical conditions you may pass on to your own offspring; not to mention the complexities of recording nuances of personality and eccentricity. Fortunately, GenoPro has been designed with all this in mind.
Premium-Inhalt. It isn't unusual to see characters and secrets leak ahead of a game's release, but what we've seen leak from PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has been exceptional. It's almost to the point where we know more from the leaks than we do from official announcements, and that's why we're going to break down what we know and what it means for the game as we approach release. The leaks are coming from users who have access to the closed beta and have dissected the files contained within it. It should be noted that all players participating in the beta are ostensibly under NDA, so they aren't allowed to speak of anything that's actually in the beta, but (luckily for us) that hasn't stopped them from finding every tidbit of information contained within the code.According to the leak, we have some really interesting new characters added into the mix. Here's the entire list, so far:
Premium-Inhalt. The 2012 Cybersecurity Act (CSA) is dead, at least for now, after backers of the bill in the U.S. Senate couldn't get the needed 60 votes to end debate on the measure and bring it to a vote. Last-minute revisions and a were not enough to save the bill.
Premium-Inhalt. is adding functionality to its cloud-based enterprise social networking (ESN) software that lets organizations gauge the types of emotions expressed in employee posts.
Premium-Inhalt. A new security project is monitoring in real time the price of stolen credit-card data sold in underground forums, which may eventually reveal emerging cybercrime trends.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's purchase of is probably as much about Yammer's marketing model as it is about social networking prowess.
Premium-Inhalt. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have figured out a way of helping developers more easily rearrange their image processing code so that it could execute faster and use fewer computational resources.
Premium-Inhalt. Give him enough time, and Peter Tamte will tell you exactly what's wrong with note-taking apps for the iPad: They're walled off from other apps, making it hard to turn your notes into tasks and to-dos. They're overly reliant on cloud storage and syncing, so if you're offline, your data is often inaccessible. Many of these apps just seem to replace paper clutter with digital clutter, preventing Tamte and users like him from putting notes to any real use.
Premium-Inhalt. Do you have an old Android phone stored away that you keep only for emergencies--or just aren't sure what to do with it? You could breathe new life into the semi-retired handset by strapping it up to a Lego Mindstorms NXT set and turn it into a household security robot.
Premium-Inhalt. True Type DK Crayon Crumble Demo (free for personal use, $15 for business use) immediately takes me back to the days of chalkboards. Font designer David Kerkoff has used an almost-handwritten style--with slight variations in baseline and texture to indicate different hand pressure--and neatened it up to the point of perfection. Or maybe he just has perfect handwriting.
Premium-Inhalt. PCIe flash module maker Fusion-io today unveiled software than can combine NAND flash storage capacity in industry-standard servers into a single pool of high-performance network storage.
Premium-Inhalt. With its stock still slumping, Facebook executives were faced with not one but two other pieces of tough news this week.
Premium-Inhalt. Let's face it - a lot of the technology that smartphone and tablet makers use in their devices is pretty similar. After all, there's only so many ways to shoehorn all the hardware necessary to run a very small computer into the available space, even with the incredibly impressive degree of miniaturization we've achieved. Think about it - the Samsung Galaxy SIII has a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, a gigabyte of RAM, and up to 64GB of internal storage. It wasn't really all that long ago that those were respectable stats for a desktop PC. Now it fits in your pocket.
Premium-Inhalt. Some researchers have proposed plans in recent years to reimagine what the Internet would look like if you started with a . Others, like those within the systems and networking group at Princeton University's Computer Science Department, are inventing ways to make the Internet more flexible for data center operators and more useful to mobile users by slipping technology in between layers of the current architecture.
Premium-Inhalt. A new will go on sale next week, a year after Research In Motion introduced . The updated 7-inch PlayBook will include 4G connectivity and 32GB of storage, but RIM has yet to name a price or a U.S. availability date.