Sony has posted another update saying it won’t be able to restore PSN within the week as the company had hoped.
Verizon will put a peel-off sticker on the screen of cellphones and also advise users to be careful which apps they install if they wish to avoid location information being shared with third parties.
PSN boasts 77 million users worldwide and not all of them have registered card details on the free service so it's hard to know whether the frauds are anything other than coincidental.
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Hackers have found a way to make Dropbox offer a BitTorrent-like file sharing service, but Dropbox management is not happy.
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In lieu of announcements, imagination provides a view of the next iPhone and all its charms.
Sony has confirmed that it took its PlayStation Network and Qriocity service offline to recover from a hack attack
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Michigan State Police are alleged to be using forensic phone cloning devices in minor offense investigations. Are handset manufacturers doing enough to protect our data?
Office 365 makes an attractive cloud office work proposition, but fails to unseat Google Apps for smaller businesses.
Oracle has tested near-field communications (NFC) in a lab and found that it's not exactly the 'tap and go' solution everybody anticipates.