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29 February 2012

 

Beware of iPad 3 scams on Facebook, Twitter

 

Grab the Windows 8 Consumer Preview
Direct Link
ISO Images

 

Windows 8 Consumer Preview: A Visual Tour

 

How to create a bootable USB flash drive containing
the Windows 8 Consumer Preview

 

Facebook announces Timeline for Pages

 

Yahoo Smacks Facebook With Patent-Infringement Claims

 

Japanese Scientists Find Treasure Trove of Rare Earths on Pacific Seabed

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

28 February 2012

 

Facebook hoax: ALL PARENTS PLEEEASE BE AWARE!!

 

Microsoft exposes dark side of the cloud

 

Law firms: Facebook Credits violates antitrust law

 

How to take AT&T to court if you're throttled

 

Facebook IPO could give California nearly $2.5 billion

 

PayPal bringing new commerce platform into Home Depot

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

27 February 2012

 

Facebook scam: Oops!!! There was a hidden camera in Justin bieber's bedroom

 

The Pink Facebook rogue application and survey scam

 

New OS X malware variant attacks unpatched Macs

 

Flashback Mac OS X malware exploiting (old) Java security holes

 

Beatles for Sale? It's spam of the day

 

Facebook denies it is reading your text messages

 

24 February 2012

 

Spamvertised 'Scan from a HP OfficeJet' emails lead to exploits and malware

 

New Mac OS X trojan spotted in the wild

 

Identity Fraud Victims are Smartphone, Social Media Users: Report

 

Wikipedia Has Yet to Solve Media Site's Porn Problem

 

Facebookers deleting friends at record rate: study

 

Clearwire shares fall on Google stake sale

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

23 February 2012

 

Another iOS 5 security flaw

 

Feds request DNS Changer extension to keep 400K users online

 

FCC Chairman calls for increased cybersecurity measures

 

Obama unveils push for Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

 

Google Policy Changes Flout Consumer Privacy, Say AGs

 

FCC: ISPs Need to Protect Users From Botnets, DNS Fraud, Cyber-Threats

 

HP Cites HDD Shortage, Poor Execution for Downer Earnings Report

 

Facebook now shows members or a photo at the top of Groups

 

Tiny Radio-Powered Device Swims Through Your Veins, Proves Scientists Wrong

 

FTC Reaches $359 Million Settlement Over 'free' Trial Offers

 

Avast Free Antivirus 7 Adds Cloud Updates, File Reputation and Remote Assistance

 

Price of DRAM plunges to all-time low of around $1

 

22 February 2012

 

Beware Changelog spammed-out malware attack

 

Google sugarcoated privacy policy changes to mislead users, group charges

 

Google's New Privacy Policy: How to Stay Off the Grid

 

Google Sued Over Safari Privacy Snafu

 

Microsoft Claims Google IE Privacy Invasion

 

Symantec's PCAnywhere Vulnerable to Source Code Attack

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

21 February 2012

 

Scared of Anonymous? NSA says you should be

 

LightSquared shaping up as the FCC's Solyndra

 

Google Instant: More annoying now than ever before

 

Comcast launches subscription movie service

 

20 February 2012

 

Anonymous threatens to DDOS root Internet servers

 

Congress demands FTC investigation into Google's Safari tracking

 

Microsoft quietly extends consumer support for Windows 7, Vista

 

Mac OS X Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper Not Enough to Fight Malware

 

LightSquared defaults on $56M payment to spectrum owner Inmarsat

 

18 February 2012

 

Google, Mozilla Fix Serious Graphics Library Flaw in Chrome, Firefox

 

Congress, FCC Auctioning Spectrum to Raise Money for Tax Cuts

 

Microsoft slams Google over iPhone, Mac privacy boner

 

iPhone 4 'Antennagate' lawsuit settled

 

17 February 2012

 

Cutwail botnet resurrects, launches massive malware
campaigns using HTML attachments

 

Anonymous launches 'Operation Global Blackout', aims
to DDoS the Root Internet servers

 

Anonymous hacks U.S. government websites with anti-ACTA messages

 

Report: third party programs rather than Microsoft programs
responsible for most vulnerabilities

 

Did Google trick Apple's Safari into tracking users?

 

Mozilla: Firefox can be hacked via booby-trapped images

 

FBI Could Shut Down Internet For Thousands On March 8 To Eradicate Virus

 

Apple's Gatekeeper security feature leaves a lot to be desired

 

Netflix Brings Back DVD-Only Subscriptions

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

16 February 2012

 

Facebook launches verified accounts, pseudonyms

 

Twitter tarnished by iPhone contact scandal

 

Waledac Malware Returns After Two Years With Password-stealing Capabilities

 

Google Chrome Update Fixes High-Severity Vulnerabilities, Patches Flash Player

 

SSDs have a 'bleak' future, researchers say

 

Apple wins injunction against Motorola slide-to-unlock phones

 

Apple pushes 'Gatekeeper' to protect Mac OS X from malware attacks

 

Apple unveils OS X 10.8 'Mountain Lion' to developers

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

15 February 2012

 

Facebook scam: [video] Whitney Houstons autopsy
reveals a shocking secret that explains her death

 

Fake: Daughter responds to father shooting laptop over Facebook!

 

Judge rules that targeting Android for destruction is legally OK

 

Twitter uploads contact list data without consent; retains for 18 months

 

LightSquared Broadband Plan Is Dead for Now

 

AT&T data throttling and the great customer ripoff

 

Apple seeks permission to sue already bankrupt Kodak

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

14 February 2012

 

Microsoft's February Patch Tuesday Kills 21 Security Bugs

 

Microsoft warns of dangerous IE browser vulnerabilities

 

ISS to Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg has too much power

 

AT&T Wireless Bandwidth Throttling: The Backlash Has Begun

 

HTTPS enabled by default - nice one Twitter!

 

Apple and Facebook left off Greenpeace clean energy ranking

 

Angry Birds Flocks to Facebook

 

MIT launches first free online course

 

iPad facing threatened import, export ban in China

 

UK authorities take down a U.S. domain: Could it happen to you?

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

13 February 2012

 

Hoax: FACEBOOK WILL END ON MARCH 15th, 2012! (UPDATE)

 

Mozilla plans Metro-specific Firefox for Windows 8

 

Mozilla patches critical Firefox bug

 

Google's FTC privacy report unmasked

 

Normal hard drive capital spending won't level out until 2014

 

Hard drive prices to remain high through 2014

 

Apple Wants Samsung Galaxy Nexus Banned in U.S.

 

Microsoft Hacked, Apple Wants Inspections, White House CTO Resigns

 

AT&T customers surprised by 'unlimited data' limit

 

10 February 2012

 

Microsoft's February Patch Tuesday Fixes 21 Bugs

 

Google Wallet Flaw Allows Digital Pickpocket

 

Could You Be Liable for Charges Resulting from Google Wallet PIN Crack?

 

Flooding in Thailand will deter hard drive market through Q3

 

New Microsoft Office University product comes with tougher verification rules

 

Father puts .45 through teen daughter's laptop over Facebook post

 

Lazy emailers win: you're most efficient!

 

Google Abandons Big, Black Drop-down Menu

 

Double Fine Raises One Million $$ for New Adventure Game in Less Than 24 Hours

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

9 February 2012

 

Better Business Bureau malware attack spammed out

 

Antivirus Software Powerless to Stop Data Breach Attacks, Study Finds

 

Citadel Banking Malware Is Evolving and Spreading Rapidly, Researchers Warn

 

Google Wallet Security Concerns Raised

 

EPIC Sues FTC Over Google Privacy Policy Flap

 

'Occupy Apple' Protests Follow Foxconn Revelations

 

FBI reveals 1991 probe of Steve Jobs

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

8 February 2012

 

Adobe Flash Player Protected Mode Beta Released for Firefox

 

Chrome For Android Available for Ice Cream Sandwich Devices

 

Google Chrome Screenwise Program Seeks Web Testers

 

Windows 8 Consumer Preview Could Launch Feb 29

 

18 Staggering Stats From Facebook's IPO

 

Yahoo ousts half its board

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

7 February 2012

 

Security flaw hits home webcams
"Within two days, a list of 679 web addresses had been posted to one site, and others followed - in some cases listing the alleged Google Maps locations associated with each camera"
TRENDnet IP Camera Vulnerability

 

More Links on TRENDnet's Web Cam exploit

 

Facebook removes sick baby hoaxes, urges users to report more

 

IRS/Quicken spam leads to exploit kits and malware

 

Symantec expects Anonymous to publish more stolen source code

 

Does Apple lull Mac owners into a false sense of security?

 

Cyber-Legislation Bill Approved by House, Senate Prepares Its Own

 

Groups: Congress Should Scrap SOPA, PIPA and Start Over

 

FBI declares cloud vendors must meet CJIS security rules

 

Copyright lawsuit targets owners of non-secure wireless networks

 

Microsoft's Windows 8 Heading to Consumer Preview, With New Details

 

Facebook clarifies breastfeeding photo policy

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

6 February 2012

 

FBI Prepares to Shut Down DNSChanger Temporary Servers, Infections Remain

 

Facebook Scammers Create Fake Profiles to Spam Users, Click-Jacking

 

Facebook still doesn't delete your photos, three years later

 

No, Facebook doesn't owe you money

 

Facebook: where does the money come from?

 

Facebook may be readying mobile ads

 

Microsoft removes 'Start' button from latest Windows 8 build

 

10 things Gen Y do online.. and shouldn't

 

PC bill of materials creep higher amid hard drive shortage

 

3 February 2012

 

Scam: Facebook Now Has A Dislike button!

 

US attacks Iran and Saudi Arabia?
Malware spreads via Facebook status updates

 

Security Slackers Risk Internet Blackout on March 8

 

HP blows nearly $47 million on its CEO follies

 

Apple Fixes 52 Bugs in OS X Snow Leopard, Lion in Security Update

 

Skype 5.8 For Windows Brings Facebook Video Calling

 

Facebook testing photo viewers ripped from Google+

 

Facebook's IPO May Create as Many as 1000 Millionaires

 

Facebookers on IPO: 'Time to get paid'

 

Sorry Facebook users, the IPO is exclusive to the rich savvy investor

 

Woman accused of selling fake Facebook stock

 

162,000 sign petition on Apple's Chinese factory conditions

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

2 February 2012

 

Facebook hoax: ATTENTION ALL GIRLS AND LADIES

 

'New Way Gangs Steal, Rape and Kidnap Girls' hoax spreads on Facebook

 

VeriSign, at Web's core, is hacked: What does it mean to you?

 

Does spammed out malware attack exploit Mozilla Thunderbird 'feature'?

 

VeriSign admits it was hacked repeatedly in 2010,
staff didn't tell senior management

 

Apple OS X users - it's Security Update time again!

 

Is Facebook's IPO an exit strategy?

 

Facebook Files for IPO, Reveals Much About Its Business

 

Day after IPO filling, Facebook crashes

 

33 Facebook terms kids use and parents should know

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

1 February 2012

 

Warning: beware of Facebook IPO scams

 

Beware of 'Remove Timeline' Facebook Scams

 

Facebook shoots for $5 billion in mega-IPO

 

Facebook's IPO: Is Zuckerberg-Page the new Jobs-Gates?

 

More Apple TV lunacy

 

Google Chrome Growth Levels Off as IE Rebounds

 

Seagate: Shortage of Disk Drives to Continue Through 2012

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 


 

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Microsoft adds free Web development tools

 

Microsoft to offer cheap Windows 7 for students

 

Microsoft DreamSpark
 

The Microsoft Ultimate Steal!


 

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