Have you ever wondered why your hard drive is so full – why there is a cluster of seemingly useless data hogging your precious computer’s bites? Maybe you’re too lazy to purchase a handy-dandy external hard drive. Or maybe you haven’t the time to transfer thousands of files from one drive to another. Either way, [...]
Well, here you go Steve– isn’t this exactly what you’ve been waiting for?
Earlier today, Adobe announced that a “a critical vulnerability exists in Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and earlier versions…” In layman’s terms, the bug could cause the user’s computer to crash and give full access to the attacker.
We’re being told that Adobe’s already working [...]Read more
Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg took a break from their coverage of the British election to confirm that the Google tablet, which the New York Times first reported on just a short month ago, is in fact real. We don’t know much about the device at the moment except that a few Verizon executives confirmed [...]Read more
Hewlett-Packard (HP), a major player in the PC industry, stunned the mobile-phone world yesterday afternoon when the company declared that it had reached an agreement to buy Palm, Inc.; the announcement was especially shocking because most major analysts assumed that HP had little to no interest in the flailing company.
According to Palm, there was “a high level [...]
SCEA’s Senior Director Corporate Communications & Social Media, Patrick Seybold, announced that on April 1st, the same day the 3.21 firmware update will be released for the older & fatter PS3s, any operating system other than the de-facto Sony OS will be removed– this of course, includes Linux.
Seybold claims that this is a necessary security measure [...]