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Java-based Trojan For Mac OS X Discovered

Malware? On the Mac? Barely a year ago, saying something like that to a Mac user would be akin to blasphemy of the walled Apple ecosystem. But now that a new Trojan has been found on OS X which has the potential to complete disable the OS's access protection features,

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Ericsson IPTV Remote drives TV touch screen trend

Ericsson is leading the TV industry trend for touch screen, interactive TV devices with its IPTV Remote, a revolutionary device which gives consumers a single interface through which to control live broadcast TV, on-demand video, Internet video, photos, audio and any media stored on a personal computer or device with

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Several Facebook Apps Transmit Users Information

Privacy remains a major issue for Facebook to tackle, as several apps on the popular social network site have been found to leak user personal information to advertising and Internet tracking companies. If you are an avid user of Facebook apps, perhaps it would be wise to spend some time looking through

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Facebook Lets You Sort Your Friends And Download Your Information

Most of us are on social network sites, like Facebook, these days. While it is nice to be connected to friends and family, and share your personal thoughts, likes and dislikes, it can be disastrous if something you said are not meant to be heard by others. Facebook has recently introduced some new features including sorting friends in different

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Google Goggles Comes To iPhone

With Google Goggles app, you can take pictures with your mobile phone and it will search the web for information. Its handy especially if you need help to identify certain landmarks or product barcodes. While the Google Goggles app is offered on Android phones, the search engine giant has recently released it for  the

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Google Announces New Image Format To Replace JPEG

As far as web image formats are concerned, it is probably hard to think of anything other than the well-known JPEG-PNG-GIF combination found in almost all websites today. And leave it to Google to introduce yet another contender to the world of web media: the search giant has just announced

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