PhoneArena reviews the RIM BlackBerry Bold 990 and concludes that if RIM is aiming to appease their existing base of customers, then they’re undoubtedly on the right track with the BlackBerry Bold 9900. At the same time though, it definitely has the class, character, and appeal to attract curious eyes.
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Hackers Steal 1 Million SEGA Customers Data
According to CNN, Hackers have stolen personal information from over 1.2 million customers of the Japanese gaming company SEGA, according to a company statement. The breach occurred Friday and targeted user data from subsidiary “SEGA Pass”, which is operated by Britain-based SEGA Europe Limited (SEL). The service was “illegally accessed from outside and personal information … Read more
Rewind: Apple Newton (Your Dad’s iPad)
Or maybe it’s your grandad’s iPad, released in 1987 the Apple Newton platform was an early personal digital assistant and the first tablet platform developed by Apple, the second platform being iOS, used in the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
The Newton platform officially ended on February 27, 1998. Some electronic engineering and the manufacture of Apple’s Newton devices was done by Motorola. Most Newton devices were based on the ARM 610 RISC processor and all featured handwriting recognition software.
Watch the Apple Newton Commercial – “Intelligence by Newton” below and enjoy such words as “beam”,”fax”, etc.
Japan: Created a Computer Virus? Your A Criminal
Japan’s parliament enacted a legislation criminalizing the creation or distribution of computer viruses, and authorizes agencies to request communications logs from Internet service providers to crack down on the growing problem of cyber-crimes. It is the Japanese government’s move to support the Convention on Cybercrime, a treaty ratified by 31 countries that stipulates international cooperation … Read more
Print Preview Finally on Google Chrome 13! (beta)
TechCrunch reports that there will finally be a “print preview” option in Google Chrome 13, it has taken Google more than 3 years to get it done but it’s finally baked in. Google Chrome! Google touts the new addition (which still doesn’t work on Macs yet) in their post today on Chrome 13 entering beta: … Read more
Can’t Access Pirate Bay? Use Malaysia Bay instead
A lot of malaysians are complaining about the recent censorship on the net by MCMC, and one of the main sites that was blocked was the popular thepiratebay.org, they were some work around for the tech savvy Malaysians out there, namely changing your DNS to Google DNS, OpenDNS and such. But now there’s an easier … Read more