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Swiffy makes Flash content iOS-friendly

06/28/2011, It looks like Google is pretty intent on killing off Flash. The company has just released a new tool that lets users easily convert Flash files into HTML5-compliant code that can be pretty much viewed on any device including iOS devices. To use Swiffy,...

Google wants to know what you love

06/28/2011, The differences between different search engines seem to be a very fine line these days. It has gotten to a point where most of the big search engines can provide you with all the services you need without having to switch sites. Because of this, search...

Corporations don’t agree with Firefox’s rapid-release schedule

06/27/2011, While most of the Firefox using world was excited when the latest version of the web browser, Firefox 5 was officially released last week, it looks like there are a number of users weren’t pleased about it. The people in question? Corporations that...

A-Team posts details of LulzSec

06/27/2011, We all know LulzSec have decided to throw in the towel and give up its hacking activities but that doesn’t mean all the groups wrongdoings in the past have been absolved. And unfortunately for them, the authorities have been given a massive tip off...

Android Market website now offers review breakdowns

06/26/2011, It looks like Google is constantly rolling out new features for the web version of the Android Market. The company recently added a new feature in the app descriptions for Android apps. On the bottom of the page, in addition to showing you the average...

DEFCON Kids: teaching your children how to hack

06/24/2011, Every year since 1993 in the US, there’s a massive hacker convention called DEFCON. It is an event that hackers from all over the world attend to hang out, participate in activities and increase their knowledge on the subject of hacking. It is...

LulzSec releases Arizona Police documents

06/24/2011, After given a warning and being hit by TeaMp0isoN, you would think that LulzSec would’ve ducked out of the spotlight for awhile. But it looks like LulzSec doesn’t care about warnings. Yesterday, the hacking collective published 700...

J K Rowling And Sony Bring Harry Potter Books Online

06/23/2011, A couple of days ago a mysterious “Pottermore” website by J K Rowling was floating about the internet and for some reason the rumors and speculation around it led to a lot of people believing that we would be seeing a Harry Potter smartphone,...

Mobile Devices Surpass PCs In WiFi Usage

06/23/2011, Would you be surprised if you found out that more people use their phones for WiFi access rather than their PCs? If you’re not I can’t blame you because frankly speaking, nowadays everyone’s smartphone can do most of the basic functions...

Loopt u-Deals gives you what you want

06/22/2011, Everybody loves deals, but don’t you just hate it when you’re given discounts to stuff you don’t need? It’s almost as bad as receiving spam. Well, the folks over at Loopt have come up with a solution called u-Deals. Instead of...

LulzSec hacked by TeaMp0isoN

06/22/2011, It looks like infamous hacking group LulzSec, has been bested by another hacking group named TeaMp0isoN_, led by a 17-year old hacker. Apparently LulzSec’s recent call for attention in the media has ruffled a number of feathers in the underground...

Afghanistan’s DIY Internet, FabFi

06/22/2011, We know MacGyver is really handy at creating all sorts of things with what he has around him, but the better question is can MacGyver create internet? Well since MacGyver is only a fictional character we’ll never know, but it looks like folks in...