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Honeycomb tablets to support encryption

02/03/2011, Looks like RIM are going to have some competition in the enterprise sector when it comes to business-friendly features of their operating system. RIM has been well-known for implementing top-notch security and data encryption features in the BlackBerry OS...

Sony PlayStation 3 update might give Sony backdoor access

02/01/2011, Sony’s latest update for the PlayStation might have brought some new features to the console, disabled existing jailbreaks, and increased the console’s security. But there have been reports that the update does more than that. Apparently the...

London airport recruits holograms to make announcements

01/31/2011, If you walk into the Luton Airport in London today, and are lining up to get through security, don’t be alarmed if you feel like you’ve stepped into some 90s sci-fi film. Luton Airport has decided to enlist the help of two holographic staff to...

Microsoft warns about Internet Explorer security flaw

01/31/2011, Microsoft has just issued a (another) warning about a security flaw with their browser – Internet Explorer. Apparently there is a loophole in the program that can be used by malicious hackers to steal private information or gain control of computers....

Password security flaw on Amazon.com

01/28/2011, It has been reported that there is a flaw that exists on the Amazon site that actually allows customers to log into the without using their exact password. Basically, if a person’s password is PASSWORD, users can enter “password”,...

Facebook to improve site security

01/26/2011, In a recent announcement on the Facebook blog, the world’s most popular social network will be taking some steps to beef up its security for the benefit of its users. In the coming future, users will be able to encrypt their sessions spent logged in...

Fuji ForgeGuard: a colorful way to fight counterfeit

01/24/2011, Nothing can be worse than thinking you got a great deal on a product and then realizing you paid for a fake. Not only do consumers lose in this situation, manufacturers suffer as well- after spending so long on research and development for a product,...

Mozilla wants to deliver improved online privacy

01/24/2011, Mozilla, the name behind the Firefox browser, is currently working on a new feature which will allow users of their browser to opt-out of online behavioral advertising. The whole idea behind this? To offer users “a deeper understanding of and...

Facebook retracts phone and address sharing permissions

01/18/2011, Remember when we reported that Facebook was going to let apps have access to your personal contact information? Well it appears that the developers at Facebook are now second guessing their decision and have put the feature on hold. Complaining on the...

Researchers easily hack keyless car entry systems

01/17/2011, Going wireless is always a convenient thing, though it’s far from the safest approach. Many folks are just getting used to keyless car entry systems that allows you to enter the car as long as you have the security key fob on you and now researchers out...

Robots take care of cinemas in South Korea

01/14/2011, It looks like the cinema ticket sellers in South Korea might lose their jobs soon. A new robot from Ed Corporation has been placed all over cinema lobbies in South Korea, and customers can use them to check times and purchase tickets. It functions pretty...

Security Researchers Discover Flaws In webOS

11/26/2010, Some unhappy news is going around for webOS fans out there as researchers from security firm SecTheory have discovered several flaws in the operating system (OS). According to them, since the OS puts web technologies such as JavaScript closer to the webOS...