Marvell, Qualcomm set to duel over China's smartphone market
Marvell dominates processors for Chinese smartphones, but is about to take some heat from Qualcomm.
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Beware the Delta Air Lines phishing attack
A phishing attack that mimics Delta Air Lines has enough real links to lull you into thinking a bogus email is real.
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Google's Michal Zalewski: Instead of “highly critical”, just start telling your users “patch right away”.
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Researchers spot malware using a stolen government certificate
Researchers from F-Secure have spotted a digitally signed malware using a stolen government certificate belonging to the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute.
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Microsoft and Windows Phone partners are pushing out new firmware updates and bug fixes to some users on select carriers, as of this week.
Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich source code is now available
Google fulfills a promise by releasing Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (and Honeycomb, too) into the open source community.
Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview foretells his return to Apple
PBS magically found the master tape from a Robert X. Cringley interview with Steve Jobs from 1995 and has released it as a 70-minute feature film.
Bank of America's Google+ page is "brand-jacked"
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OpenSUSE's new Linux distribution is for the clouds
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Amazon's Kindle Fire: The tablet's Volkswagen moment
The Amazon Kindle Fire will be known as the device that ushered in the tablet that was made and priced for everyone.
Did Chinese security firm snag too many American security secrets before the barn door closed?
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Kindle Fire: Edu holy grail or one more DRM-ridden toy?
We're so close I can taste it. But the business models and content just aren't there yet.
The Pox Party pops over the top on Facebook
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Social burnout: I am officially sick and tired of chasing social platforms
Ugh, not another friggin' social media/networking/bookmarking platform… Just shoot me now!
Google+ finally launches Business Pages, now what?
Google has finally released Google+ Business Pages. Now, just like Google+ itself, we need to figure out the value of these pages for, well, business.
Amazon Kindle Fire vs. Apple iPhone 4S: New platforms for gamification?
There most common gamification platform may be your standard PC web browser, typically accessed via a laptop or desktop computer, but every new piece of personal tech hardware has the potential to open up new avenues.
Schools, universities snap up .xxx domain names
Universities and schools are snapping up .xxx domain names to prevent cyber-squatting of domain names. But where does it end, exactly?
India's prestigious UID program faces bureaucratic and legal hurdles
A legal notice against Accenture along with working beyond 200 Million citizen registration limit have the UIDAI in a tough place.
Burnette: Kindle Fire first impressions: Wow!
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