• Blackberry Advises Users to Turn Off Javascript

    Blackberry Advises Users to Turn Off Javascript

    Following the recent Pwn20wn hacking challenge to crack the WebKit browser engine utilised in both Android and Blackberry OS6 powered devices, RIM, the makers of Blackberry handsets, have advised users to disable Javascript to avoid the loophole discovered during the challenge. The hacking challenge took place during the CanSecWest conference last week. The exploit discovered
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  • Box.net Now Available for Android

    Box.net Now Available for Android

    The cloud content management system Box.net has just released a client for Android phones to cover a larger proportion of the business market. Interestingly, this client went live before the Blackberry offering – a strange move considering the large numbers of business users. So far, Box.net’s iPad and iPhone apps have been a hit and
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  • Who Needs Cheat Codes For Games When You Can Get Free Phones Instead?

    Who Needs Cheat Codes For Games When You Can Get Free Phones Instead?

    Ed. Note: This post may be a little off-topic, but who doesn’t like free phones? 😉 Over the years I have been using many sites to get cheat codes for games, and discount codes for items.  Sites like slickdeals and bargainist offer great coupon codes and alerts for items on sale.  This got me thinking
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