Gmail to detect “suspicious” account activity

Google has introduced a new feature to notify Gmail users of potentially "suspicious" account login activity. "If it looks like something unusual is going...

Microsoft Testing OfficeTalk – Microblogging Service Much Like Twitter

Microsoft is testing a microblogging service called OfficeTalk that is much like Twitter. The service is designed for the enterprise and appears it...

Google’s China Loss is Microsoft’s Gain?

As the biggest name in web services pulls out of China, the players left behind are probably feeling pretty good. Those remaining include Microsoft,...

Opera Submits Browser App For iPhone, But Will It Be Approved?

After hyping the fact that they were building a free browser application for the iPhone and iPod touch, and showing it off to a...

Apple Sells Contract-Free iPhones: $500-$700

According to a leaked internal document, Apple will now sell you an off-contract iPhone. Previously, you were required to prove that you had an...

New Twitter Phishing Attack: “You’re On Here?” [WARNING]

Twitter users are reporting a new attempt to extract their usernames and passwords — a Direct Message attack that asks “You’re on here?” with...

Google Building Browser Plug-In To Protect Consumer Privacy

Google is working on a browser plug-in that allows consumers to block being counted when landing on a Web site that monitors visits with...

Sprint To Offer 4G Speed To 3G iPhone

As we know that the wireless technology is slowly moving towards a fourth-generation (4G) system that will allow faster speeds and secure IP communication...

Microsoft Winning Fans Early with Internet Explorer 9 Preview

Earlier this week Microsoft unveiled a preview of the engine behind its next-generation Web browser, Internet Explorer (IE) 9. Microsoft is still diligently working...

Google’s Nexus branding under threat

Well, that's a bit embarassing: Google has had its trademark application for 'Nexus' rejected, as a small Oregon firm already owns it. The threat...

Microsoft removes VM hardware requirements, improves XP mode

Microsoft made a slew of virtualization announcements today, affecting both current and future products. Arguably the most important tidbit is that the company has...

Report: Google Working With Intel, Sony on TV Project

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) — Google is working with Intel and Sony to develop a new class of internet-enabled televisions and set-top boxes, according to...
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