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Google Wallet competitor Isis partners with Visa, MasterCard, and more

The mobile payment company Isis has partnered with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express, giving Google Wallet a literal run for its money.


Time magazine to offer ‘all-access’ subscription to print, online, and tablets

Time magazine will be offering an all-in-one subscription for readers to get Time content via print, online, and on tablets.


Hackers spread false report of Taliban leader’s death

The war in Afghanistan has entered the digital realm, with the Taliban claiming hackers breached their email and cellphones, and sent out messages falsely claiming the death of their spiritual leader, Mullah Omar


Mac mini loses optical drive, gets Thunderbolt and Sandy Bridge

Apple's newest Mac minis lose their optical drives, but pick up second-generation Core i5 and i7 processors, AMD Radeon graphics, and Thunderbolt.


Google+ iPhone app hits number one in iTunes

It was a quick rise to the top of the iTunes charts for the Google+ iPhone app.


OS X Lion arrives after early Apple Store shutdown

Apple's much-anticipated operating system arrives in the Apple Store today, ending weeks of speculation.


American girls sweep first Google Science Fair

A trio of American students earned scholarships, internships, and other prizes in Google's first international science fair.

Cool Tech

MacBook Air gains a backlit keyboard and Thunderbolt port

Apple has refreshed its MacBook Air line today, which now has more powerful Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, a backlit keyboard, and a Thunderbolt port.


Apple kills the regular MacBook

Apple has killed the white MacBook in favor of the new and improved MacBook Air.


Apple introduces the Thunderbolt Display, a fast external monitor and MacBook dock

Apple has revived its line of external displays with the Thunderbolt Display, a monitor and laptop dock that uses Intel's new Thunderbolt ports to provide a faster and more efficient external screen for your MacBook


5 more arrested in LulzSec and Anonymous raids

Following yesterday's arrest of 16 American hackers, one British teenager and four Dutch men have been arrested in connection with Lulzsec and Anonymous.


Google diagnoses malware-infected computers through search

Google discovered a strain of malware through quirky search patterns. Now users can find if they've been affected by doing any search through the site.


Lenovo launches three tablets to take on iPad

The tablet market became a little more crowded on Wednesday when Lenovo introduced three new devices set for release in the coming months.

Android Army

Fake Apple Stores open in China

The Chinese aren't just making fake iPhones and iPad — they're ripping off entire Apple retail locations.