Monthly Archives: April 2011

Anonymous Aims At Iran This Weekend [Video]

Anonymous, the group behind the Denial-of-Service attacks that hit Visa, HBGary Federal, and the Egyptian government, has once again set its sights on Iran, according to a recent statement. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/njJ-CpRFRS8/anonymous-aims-at-iran-this-weekend Kyle Thomas Busch Jeffrey Tyler Burton Richard Allen … Continue reading

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In-app payment support arrives on Android

Right on cue, Google has launched in-app payment support for Android applications. Developer testing began last week, and now many popular apps — like the ones pictured above — can begin charging users for add-on functionality, content, or whatever the … Continue reading

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Inspire 4G update pushing out now

Have an HTC Inspire 4G on AT&T? Have the latest software upgrade? You don’t? Well, get to your nearest system update (it’s in settings, boys and girls) and see if yours is waiting for you, as 1.84.502.11 is being pushed out … Continue reading

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Google demands veto on OEM Android changes, stretches definition of ‘open source’

Google, according to reports from “a dozen executives working at key companies in the Android ecosystem” is finally locking down the open source and easily-fragmented Android operating system. As it currently stands, Google hands over the ‘final’ code for each … Continue reading

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How the iPad Has Helped Create More Jobs

Last week Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr. made a comment about the iPad being a “job killer” which really got me thinking. My first reaction was how could someone possibly make such a statement? I have to say I totally disagree … Continue reading

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Gladinet maps Amazon Cloud Drive to your Windows desktop

Amazon’s recently-introduced Cloud Drive is a great place to store your files online. It offers 5 gigs of totally free space, and U.S. users also get access to the handy Cloud Player app (for Web and Android!) which streams music … Continue reading

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Confirmed: Apple Does Own iCloud.com [Blip]

We’ve already stated what Apple’s cloud could be for and now, here’s even more definitive proof that it’s coming. Moving from “rumor” to “confirmed,” Digital Daily reports that Apple has indeed purchased the domain iCloud.com. [Digital Daily] More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/lQEfCpTnPqE/confirmed-apple-does-own-icloudcom … Continue reading

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Details of Samsung’s ‘Alex’ Chrome OS netbook leaked, Atom N550 in tow

As we approach the expected mid-2011 launch for a few Chrome OS devices, it seems inevitable that some details are bound to slip out ahead of time — here’s looking at you, Acer ZGB and Seaboard. The latest victim outed … Continue reading

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Sirius Satellite 2.0 to include DVR-like features, personalized stations?

The problem with Sirius Satellite Radio? You can listen to hundreds of stations, but only if you tune in live. As it stands, licensing restrictions make it impossible to record Howard Stern asking intrusive questions about people’s sex lives. But … Continue reading

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Daily Crunch: Transaction Edition

Review: TDK 3 Speaker Boombox Study: Smartphone Users Wasting Hundreds Of Dollars Per Year On Unnecessary Contracts Woman Makes DIY Angry Bird Easter Eggs Amaze Your Friends With This Invisible Money Clip Pour Votre Plaisir: A USB Key Shaped Like … Continue reading

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