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Cub Scouts add Video Game badge to list of achievements

by: Bradley Wint – April 29th, 2010 – 10:17 am – 0 Comments

Yes folks, the Cub Scouts have added a Video Game badge to their long list of achievements, but have they crossed the line this time? Different troops including Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts may complete requirements in a…

Gizmodo/Gawker may sue police after iPhone evidence raid

by: Bradley Wint – April 29th, 2010 – 9:39 am – 0 Comments

After San Mateo County Sheriff’s office police raided the home of Gizmodo’s Jason Chen, Gizmodo has banded up their team of very high powered lawyers and are considering filing a law suit against the sheriff’s office. It seems that California…

First free Blu-ray encoder released

by: Bradley Wint – April 27th, 2010 – 2:37 pm – 1 Comment

The VideoLan x264 team has finally developed a preliminary encoder which allows regular users like ourselves to encode Blu-ray format movies onto DVD9 or even DVD5 discs with quality, reasonably comparable to Blu-ray. They have been able to achieve this…

Apple iPads at risk of Backdoor Malware

by: Bradley Wint – April 27th, 2010 – 10:10 am – 3 Comments

It has been reported that the Apple iPad may be at threat from Backdoor Malware. Sabina Datcu from BitDefender stated that users receive the bogus email urging them to keep their iTunes software up-to-date. The e-mail links to a fake…

RLSLOG site removed by hosts after Universal Music complaint

by: Bradley Wint – April 27th, 2010 – 6:37 am – 0 Comments

Another warez link sharing site has been pulled of the net. This time RLSLOG is in the spotlight. The site was a big provider of the latest movies, music and cracked software, where the admins constantly searched the net for…

How Facebook can ruin your life in seconds

by: Bradley Wint – April 26th, 2010 – 11:42 am – 540 Comments

With Facebook becoming a much less private social networking website, information about any member is being more accessible. With it’s ability to share information and media easily, it has also become one of the most popular viral/grapevine tools to keep…

Don’t break your iPad, Apple implements lifetime iPad purchase limit

by: Bradley Wint – April 26th, 2010 – 6:12 am – 11 Comments

It turns out that Apple is limiting the number of iPads a customer can buy over their lifetime. Rather than just limiting them to two purchases per session, they have gone ahead to limit customers to two per lifetime. A…

Firefox 3.6.4 Beta released, brings Uninteruppted Browsing

by: Bradley Wint – April 22nd, 2010 – 4:11 pm – 0 Comments

Mozilla has released a Beta release of version 3.6.4 with a feature that was long over due. If you have a slow computer running Windows or Linux and use Firefox, you would have more than likely experienced a browser crash…

Italian movie sharing site LinkStreaming blocked by police

by: admin – April 22nd, 2010 – 1:27 pm – 0 Comments

Italian movie sharing site, LinkStreaming, has been blocked by the Italian police authorities. After the courts implemented new rules allowing the police to block users from accessing illegal file sharing sites, they have come down on LinkStreaming and plan to…

Run Android on the iPhone

by: admin – April 22nd, 2010 – 11:46 am – 0 Comments

Programmers planetbeing and CHIPH have worked on porting the popular Google Android OS across to the iPhone. If you though Jailbreaking your iPhone was a big thing, this is even bigger. The process works similar like bootcamping a Mac. Also,…

Flawed McAfee update causes Millions of XP PCs to restart uncontrollably, fixed issued

by: admin – April 22nd, 2010 – 9:10 am – 0 Comments

McAfee’s recent update, DAT 5958 triggered a false positive on millions of XP systems worldwide, especially at corporate firms. It seems it triggered a false positive, reporting that the svchost.exe responsible for system management and networking was infected with the…

Hide browsing data from Google with GoogleSharing, a Firefox add-on

by: Bradley Wint – April 21st, 2010 – 9:21 am – 0 Comments

If you are a user of Google’s search engine, but still want to retain your browsing privacy, here is a new tool which assists in that. GoogleSharing, a Firefox add-on, was developed so browsers who are not logged in to…

Many Facebook User Accounts and Pages being hacked

by: Bradley Wint – April 21st, 2010 – 12:40 am – 0 Comments

When I signed on to Facebook this morning, I noticed a number of Fan Pages were choosing to attend events promoting free product giveaways and testing. Initially I thought most of these pages were controlled by a few individuals promoting…

iPhone OS 4.0 beta 2 + SDK released

by: Bradley Wint – April 20th, 2010 – 4:43 pm – 0 Comments

Apple has officially release Beta 2 of their iPhone OS 4.0 and has also added Beta 2 of the Software Development Kit (SDK) for developers to have fun with. They have added 1500+ new APIs to work with, and the…

BlackBerry OS 6.0 Details + Leaked Screens

by: Bradley Wint – April 20th, 2010 – 4:23 pm – 0 Comments

New details about the BlackBerry OS 6.0 have surfaced. It features a number of new changes including a redesign GUI as well as the ability to organize software into different folders. They have also upgraded the browser significantly by adding…


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