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03.08.11
This might be the first iPhone rumor that doesn’t claim to have a picture of the next iPhone. What we have here are pictures of a knockoff of the next generation iPhone. The phone pictured does not match all of the wild redesign rumors we have been hearing about, but it does have a few rumored changes. What makes these pictures more interesting is the fact that the fake phone is made in the same Chinese town the real iPhones are made. The first thing we noticed with this phone is just how go
03.08.11
If you own an Android smartphone, you’re more than twice as likely to encounter malware today as you were six months ago. This according to the latest Mobile Threat Report from Lookout Mobile Security, which estimates that half a million people were affected by Android malware in the first half of 2011. Lookout’s analysis of data collected from more than 700,000 apps and 10 million devices worldwide reveals a significant increase in mobile malware since January, and while some of it was gea
03.08.11
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's new social network has attracted 25 million users, making it the fastest website to reach that audience size, according to data released on Tuesday by comScore. Google+, launched in late June, had 25 million unique visitors as of July 24 and is growing at a rate of roughly one million visitors a day, comScore noted in a presentation. In contrast, it took Facebook about three years to attract 25 million visitors, while Twitter took just over 30 months, acc
02.08.11
Motorola is beginning to roll out Android Honeycomb 3.2 for its Xoom tablet. The Google update includes a couple of key enhancements that will also roll out to other Android tablets in the near future. "Google has started rolling out Android 3.2, in phases, to Motorola Xoom users," a Motorola representative confirmed for CNET today.
02.08.11
Apple has paid up for inadvertently tracking a user's location in an iOS-based device. The company was ordered by a South Korean District Court judge in June to pay 1 million won ($945) for tracking a man's location, according to court documents obtained by CNET. According to those documents, the man, an Apple iPhone user, filed his lawsuit against Apple on April 26, alleging that the company violated his privacy. Apple's Korea unit paid the sum on June 27.
02.08.11
Sony CEO Howard Stringer had an upbeat attitude during his company's annual shareholders meeting today, saying that the company's brand is on the upswing following the PlayStation Network security breach.
02.08.11
Famed iPhone hacker George Hotz, better known as "Geohot," is working for Facebook. The news of Hotz joining the social network first cropped up over the weekend in a report by TechUnwrapped. Facebook later confirmed the news to several publications, including CNET sister site ZDNet. Following initial reports, Techmeme founder Gabe Rivera reported on his Twitter account over the weekend that Hotz had joined Facebook in May.
02.08.11
Microsoft released four security bulletins for Patch Tuesday today, including one that fixes a critical hole related to Bluetooth in Windows 7 and Vista and three less serious patches that plug 21 holes affecting all supported versions of Windows and Visio 2003.
02.08.11
The search giant posts second-quarter revenue of $6.92 billion while earnings hit $2.5 billion. • Google's land grab • Google+ tops 10 million users • ZDNet: A solid Larry Page • Moneywatch: Google political donations
02.08.11
The chip, which would replace the A5 currently found in the iPad 2, is being test-manufactured at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., marking a shift away from Apple's traditional manufacturing partner, Samsung.

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