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BioWare hacked – 18,000 accounts compromised

06/16/2011, BioWare, the games development company behind hot-selling RPGs like Mass Effect, Neverwinter Nights and Baldur’s Gate has been reported as the latest casualty of video game company hacking that’s been going on recently. The community servers...

Hipscan makes QR codes cool again

06/16/2011, Everything seems to be about NFC these days, but when there are more phones on the market that are unable to scan NFC cards compared to those that can, it’s catching on pretty slowly. However, most phones (if not all smartphones) can read QR codes with...

Wheel of Steel lets you be a DJ with your web browser

06/16/2011, Gone are the days where users are required to download programs if they want to experience apps with rich multimedia content on their computers. Nowadays, everything can be pretty much done with the web browser – and you don’t even need Flash...

Mozilla Firefox 5 almost out the door

06/16/2011, Firefox fans looking for a nice tasty update to their favorite web browser have something to look forward to next week. Mozilla released the Firefox 5 RC (Release Candidate) version of the browser yesterday (this is the step after beta and before the...

LulzSec takes down the CIA website

06/16/2011, Infamous hacking group, LulzSec or Lulz Security, has been reported to have taken down another website just for fun. After messing around with MMORPG EVE Online, the hackers decided to turn things up a notch and took down the website of the Central...

WordPress Now Offering Custom Designs

06/16/2011, Blogging is a growing trend and there are many out there with personalized domains but exactly how many of us out there actually know how to tweak and create a layout for ourselves without having to resort to pay a designer hundreds of dollars or go...

Yahoo! AppSpot helps you find apps on your iOS and Android phone

06/16/2011, App stores for iOS and Android devices are getting even more crowded by the day, and users are finding it harder and harder to look for new apps that interest them. Even developers are getting a hard time promoting their new apps, with the constant surge...

Google Chrome Will Encrypt Your Gmail Whether You Like It Or Not

06/15/2011, Apparently Gmail has been a rather favorite target for hackers especially from China so what Google did was to start encrypting Gmail through the Chrome web browsers. Basically if you see the “https” in your address bar in the Chrome browser...

Facebook iOS photo sharing app leaked (updated)

06/15/2011, The folks over at TechCrunch seems to have gotten their hands on a whole bunch of documents containing details and images of Facebook’s upcoming photosharing app for the iPhone. And judging from their first impressions, they seem to be pretty...

BBC develops iOS app for mobile reporting

06/15/2011, It looks like the iPad and the iPhone got a lot more important to BBC reporters. According to a report by Journalism.co.uk, BBC will be releasing an app that will allow its reporters to send reports in from the field over 3G – using their iOS devices....

Google improves mobile search

06/15/2011, In recent years, as more and more people are relying on their mobile devices instead of desktops to access the internet, search engines have been working hard to accommodate smaller web browsers and have been including features to improve the overall...

Developer reveals the top 10 most common iPhone passwords

06/14/2011, Daniel Amitay, the developer of the Big Brother Camera Security app for the iPhone recently updated the app to send passwords that users set for the app, back to him for some research he was doing. Since the Big Brother Camera Security app lock and...

Instagram now at 5 million users

06/14/2011, Last month we reported that Instagram was growing at 1.2 million users a month and was at 4.25 million users. Sure enough, a couple of weeks later, the service has now hit 5 million users. After being around for only 8 months, Instagram is proving to be...