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Pwn2Own hacking competition is back again – This time with $100K prize money


Pwn2Own hacking competition is back again – This time with $100K prize money

The Pwn2Own hacking competition, which is organized annually by TippingPoint¬†Zero Day Initiative, is back again for its fourth year. This year, the total prize money has been increased to $100K. The competition will be at the CanSecWest security conference held in Vancouver, BC on March 24th 2010. If you successfully exploit a target you get…

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By Ricky on February 17th
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Adobe brings Flash and AIR to Android


Adobe brings Flash and AIR to Android

Today, Adobe announced the introduction of Flash 10.1 and AIR platform for Google’s Android mobile operating system. With this announcement, Adobe plans to introduce AIR as a common platform across the the fragmented mobile operating system market.

 Android   General   Google   Mobile   News   OS   Software  

By Ricky on February 16th
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Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo


Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo

Intel and Nokia have announced that they are merging their respective Linux operating environments to power future smart-phones and tablets. This merger will combine Intel’s Moblin platform with Nokia’s Maemo platform to create a new platform called MeeGo. Currently, Intel’s Moblin OS is used in Netbooks while Nokia’s Maemo powers Nokia’s N900.

 General   Mobile   News   OS   Software  

By Ricky on February 16th
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Details of Microsoft Windows Mobile 7 leaked


Details of Microsoft Windows Mobile 7 leaked

It is believed that Microsoft’s new mobile operating system, Windows Mobile 7, will be launched in the World Mobile Congress at Barcelona on 15 February. Microsoft has not officially made any announcement regarding the Windows Mobile 7. However, some details believed to be that of the said operating system has been leaked.

 Gadgets   Mobile   News   OS   Windows  

By Ricky on February 11th
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Firefox brings the desktop browsing experience to Maemo


Firefox brings the desktop browsing experience to Maemo

Mozilla announced in their blog that the final build of their Firefox web browser is now available for Nokia’s Maemo platform. Maemo is a linux based smart phone OS which currently powers the Nokia N900. Firefox for Maemo brings many features that is part of the desktop Firefox on the mobile platform. Firefox for Maemo…

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By Ricky on January 30th
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LG Arena Max, successor to Arena, leaked


LG Arena Max LU 9400, successor to the current highly successful Arena, is almost ready or so it seems.¬† The news about the existence of the phone was revealed at the Wi-Fi Alliance, where it received the Wi-Fi Inter-operability Certification. LG, which is currently the third largest cell phone manufacturer of world, has sold more…

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By digitalcoconut on November 28th
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Symbian Kernel Goes Open Source


Symbian has announced that the kernel of their immensely popular Symbian OS will now be open source. Currently, Symbian OS is the most popular mobile operating system and powers about half of the smart phones.

 Articles   Mobile   News   OS  

By Ricky on October 23rd
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Dell’s Mini 3i Android smartphone is not China-exclusive anymore, heading to US


Dell’s Mini 3i Android smartphone is not China-exclusive anymore, heading to US

The news about Dell’s Mini 3i Smartphone being a China-only device might not be true after all. According to Cruchgear, Dell might be bringing their Android-based phone to the U.S., which would be great news for the Android community considering the recent announcements by Motorola and HTC about the launch of their Android powered smartphones.

 Android   Articles   Mobile   News  

By Debjit on October 8th
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Ballmer fumes over Windows Mobile 7 blunder


Finally Microsoft CEO did something which Microsoft usually don’t do, even by mistake. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, while speaking at company’s Venture Capital Summit, openly admitted that they have screwed up with Windows Mobile 7 (as if that was something totally unexpected!).

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By digitalcoconut on September 25th
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