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Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking OKed by Federal Court

A US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday found that police were legally allowed to track a particular man through ...

Samsung Brings Convincing Evidence Forth in Samsung v. Apple Case

The battle between Apple and Samsung has been going on for months now, and is finally in its last days. That doesn’t ...

Google Wallet Gains Competition

Up until now, mobile payment options have been limited, and few have been cheap enough or handy enough to seriously compete with ...

$199 Price Point for Surface Isn’t Enough for Competition

Last week, Microsoft announced that their new tablet will be priced at a smidgen under $200. However, Acer and other PC makers ...

Apple: 63% of AT&T Phone sales

Apple continues to dominate its competition, according to the new smartphone market share data released yesterday. Apple owns some 63% of the ...

BlackBerry 10 OS May Be Licensed to Rivals

Though Research In Motion, the creator of the BlackBerry handset and operating system, has adamantly denied that they will be licensing any ...

New Technology May Make Passwords Obsolete

Password tips now usually indicate that your password should be complicated, difficult to remember, and should include random characters and numbers for ...

Screen and Display Patent Awarded to Apple, Expected to Reduce Weight of Screens

Though the iPhone is currently the leader in the market for thin, bright displays, a new patent rewarded to the company late ...

WikiLeaks under Massive DDoS Attack, Site Traffic Suffering

WikiLeaks has been the victim of a massive and overwhelming Distributed Denial of Service attack that has left the website exceedingly slow ...

Battle.net Passwords, Email Lists, and Logins Stolen

Diablo and Warcraft creator Blizzard Entertainment suffered an internal network security breach earlier this week, according to a press release. Blizzard indicated that they don’t believe any sensitive information such ...