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Adobe Flash faces another zero-day threat

Once again, a vulnerability that could be subjected to zero-day attacks has opened up in Adobe Flash Player.
Computing

Rebels hijack Gadhafi’s phone network

A team of telecommunication rebels have ended the communication block in Libya by pirating a state-controlled cellular network and opening it up for citizens.
Computing

Sweden and Singapore top WEF digital economies list

The World Economic Forum says Sweden and Singapore are the world leaders for rolling out information and communications tech. The United States placed fifth.
Computing

The ‘gram spawn: What Instagram inspired

Among the many, many photo apps, Instagram has managed to stand out and even lead to new, innovative ways it can be used.
Android Army

Gigabyte planning dual-boot Windows/Android tablets

Hoping for the best of two worlds in one tablet? Gigabyte says its tablet plans include a model that can dual-boot Windows and Android.
Computing

Kerry, McCain offer Internet privacy bill

Prominent U.S. Senators have introduced a bill to regulate how online companies can collect and user personal information...and not everybody is pleased.
Computing

Social browser Flock runs out of friends

Social media Web browser Flock will be shut down as of April 26th - and its makers recommend users switch to Google Chrome or Firefox.
Computing

Illinois senator pushes for Internet sales tax

Illinois senator Dick Durbin wants to introduce a bill that would put a sales tax on your online purchases.
Apple

Goodbye, USB: Intel to release Thunderbolt developer kits

Intel has announced that it will soon release developer kits for its high-speed data transfer system, Thunderbolt, which will help accelerate adoption of the technology.
Apple

Final Cut Pro X goes 64-bit in June for $299

Apple finally reveals details on the next update to its high-end video editing suite, Final Cut Pro X, in a presentation at the NAB Show.
Computing

Law enforcement agencies vacuum up data online, lack reporting procedures

Police and other agencies are deferring to the Internet for investigation purposes - and a new paper points out is no required report for this activity.
Computing

HP EliteBook laptops get sleek, Apple-like redesign

Today, HP has announced a redesigned, more durable line of EliteBook laptop computers. The new notebooks also use the electronics maker's new DreamColor screen technology, allowing more vivid color.