Apple engineers must prove their loyalty working on fake products, MegaUpload data is about to disappear and Kindle Fires are on fire. It’s good to be back and ranting in today’s roundup.
Archive | January, 2012
According to reports and this video from the Wall Street Journal, Facebook is set to file its Initial Public Offering (IPO) this week, as early as Wednesday. It’s valued at nearly 100 billion dollars.
Microsoft will co-launch its Windows App Store and Windows 8 Beta in late February. Microsoft is offering a generous deal for developers, too. More details here.
Most people are clueless about the prevalence among global Android malware. Or mobile malware in general. As Jim Morrison of The Doors famously said in his written poetry, “Wake up!” Scroll down to hear it. Image Credit: NQ Fully 28 percent of mobile users report infections, malware and so-called legit adware and spyware. Are you […]
Hosts: Leo Laporte, Wil Harris, John C. Dvorak, and Jolie O’Dell. April trolling, Google privacy unification, RIM give away, anti-poaching agreements, manufacturing density, Facebook IPO, crony capitalism, cool and creepy, future loved ones, Twitter takedowns, ACTA, the black internet, and more.
John, Andrew, and Joe talk about the recent shutdown of Megaupload and the arrest of its founder Kim Dotcom.
Here are the 13 free games on the Android Market that Symantec claims are spreading the trojan Android Counterclank. Two days after Symantec posted its threat warning, several of the games listed are still up on the Google Android Market. Source: Symantec
Just when you thought you’ve seen it all. And that’s all there is to Macworld | iWorld 2012. Video — original as shot by Julie Blaustein for aNewDomain.
Here’s a cool peripheral — a styling smartphone case. Peripherals abounded here at Macworld | iWorld 2012 in San Francisco. The show ends today.