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Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet reviews are out

Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet reviews are out

If you're thinking about getting the Fire, you have to decide not just whether you want a tablet, but what kind of tablet you want. This isn't an iPad-killer. It has the potential to do lots of things, but there are many things I have yet to see it do, and I wonder if it will get there given the lean software support. It's my impression that [...]

PlayStation Network: hackers claim to have 2.2m credit cards

PlayStation Network: hackers claim to have 2.2m credit cards

COINCIDENCE? Come on Guardian. Don't lend credit to Sony's story that "Some credit card information may have possibly kind of been a little bit stolen/borrowed." Hackers in underground online forums are claiming to have access to credit card details stolen from Sony's PlayStation Network in mid-April, though security researchers say it is not [...]

Bunnie explains the technical intricacies and legalities of Xbox hacking

Bunnie explains the technical intricacies and legalities of Xbox hacking

Andrew "bunnie" Huang, who literally wrote the book on hacking Xboxes, was to be a witness in last week's first-of-its-kind trial for Xbox modding. However, the government prosecutor bungled his case so badly that he was forced to withdraw the charge and walk away, leaving the defendant unscathed. However, Bunnie had already prepared an [...]

Comcast is imposing a fee to Level 3 for Netflix content

Comcast is imposing a fee to Level 3 for Netflix content

Comcast Corp. has begun imposing a fee on Internet middleman Level 3 Communications Inc., one of the companies that Netflix Inc. has hired to deliver movies and TV shows to Web customers. Comcast, the largest U.S. cable TV company, has set up an Internet “toll booth,” charging Level 3 whenever customers request content, the Broomfield, [...]