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LulzSec calls it quits after 50 days of hacks

LulzSec is finished. The group announced today that it will no longer be swinging its hacker sword against its corporate and governmental enemies.
Computing

TeaMp0isoN hackers hit former British PM Tony Blair, leak address book

Hacker group TeaMp0isoN has released a trove of private data that it claims belongs to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Computing

Australian ISPs to voluntarily filter net, nervous about hack reprisals

Major Australian ISPs are agreeing to filter using Federal lists of child porn sites, but are nervous about hacktivist attention from the likes of LulzSec and Anonymous
Computing

New lawsuit hits Sony, says company ignored security warnings

A new class action lawsuit has been filed against Sony claiming the company knew but didn't care about their weak network security issues.
Apple

Final Cut Pro X under fire from professionals

Final Cut Pro X fails to impress advanced users, in what may be regarded as an uncharacteristically negative Apple product launch.
Computing

Hands-on with Intel’s Ultrabooks, a stopgap toward the next generation of laptop

Intel is attempting to reinvent laptops with its new Ultrabooks. Will it work? We go hands-on with a few of the devices at the CE Week Line Show in New York.
Apple

Apple confirms: ICloud will get rid of iDisk, iWeb

Up until now, the details surrounding the MobileMe to iCloud transition have been vague. In a new FAQ, Apple offers new information on the coming switch.
Android Army

Google gets early win in Oracle patent battle

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has ruled 17 of 21 infringement claims Oracle leveled against Google are invalid...and the judge wants the case tidied up.
Computing

Google confirms FTC antitrust inquiry

Google has confirmed that the FTC is conducting an antitrust investigation into its business. The online search giant argues that using its services is a "a choice."
Computing

LaCie CloudBox combines local and online backups

LaCie's new CloudBox offers seemingly-paltry 100 GB of local storage...but comes with one-year deal for 100 GB of online backup.
Android Army

Google comments on Chromebook sales, competitors rumored to make debut

Google says it's happy with Chromebook sales, and new reports suggest the device could have some competition in the near future.
Computing

L.A. Noire racks up 4 million in sales, will come to PC

Rockstar has announced that L.A. Noire will be headed to PC this fall after racking up 4 million in sales on the PS3 and Xbox 360.