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Amazon Kindle 3 Gets Hacked & Jailbroken

09/22/2010, Amazon’s latest reading device, the Kindle 3, can also be hacked and jailbroken like previous generation Kindles, giving it access to more fonts and screensaver options, and USB networking. Slashgear posted news of the hack on their blog, and you...

Computer Glitch Sketches Burglary Suspect With Green Hair

09/22/2010, Police in Hampshire, England are asking citizens to be on the lookout for a suspected burglar that doesn’t sport neon-green hair. If that sounds weird to you, the picture to the right probably just makes you wonder what’s going on. Turns out...

Clearwire Launches WiMAX Roaming Day Pass In Japan

09/22/2010, Clearwire has announced a partnership with UQ Communications of Japan, launching 4G roaming services, allowing its customers the ability to sign-up for a Day Pass and use unlimited WiMAX data on their notebooks while travelling throughout covered markets...

Twitter fixes security flaw

09/21/2010, Popular social media service Twitter has finally patched up a security flaw after a cyber attack that happened earlier today, sending some users over to Japanese porn websites. According to Twitter, there was no user information which was compromised, so...

Samsung Admits Some Apps May Not Scale Properly on Galaxy Tab

09/21/2010, Given the 7-inch screen of the Galaxy Tab, Samsung representatives have acknowledged that some apps may not scale properly on the Android tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo. For its part, Google has publicly stated that Android 2.2 was not designed for...

Sprint WiMax Service Gets Early Arrival in San Francisco

09/21/2010, While the entire San Francisco Bay Area, the metropolitan area including and surrounding the city of San Francisco, won’t be seeing WiMax live on their devices today, residents of the city of San Francisco itself woke up to a nice surprise from...

Twitter onMouseOver JavaScript Affecting Twitter.com

09/21/2010, If you’re a user that accesses Twitter via the twitter.com website you might want to take note of a rather serious JavaScript exploit that has affected the site at the moment. The JavaScript onMouseOver exploit means that if you hover your mouse...

Face Recognition User Interface Demoed on Ubunutu Prototype

09/20/2010, While touchscreens have been buzzing lately with the launch of new tablets and smartphones, the primary way we control our computers is still via a keyboard and mouse, but an Ubunutu prototype user interface hopes to add facial recognition to the mix to...

Pandora Streaming Radio Comes to TiVo Premiere

09/20/2010, TiVo announces today that the company’s TiVo Premiere DVR will also get personalized streaming radio services via Pandora, which has been available as an app for a variety of smartphone platforms. The Pandora app for TiVo Premiere boxes will allow...