There’s a big e-mail virus making its way around the internet—”the first large outbreak of this type in nearly a decade,” according to IDG News.
There are a few different versions of the e-mail, but the most common one contains the subject “Here you have” along with the following message:
This is The Document I told you
Apple released its rulebook for what can and can’t exist in the iTunes App Store and, believe it or not, there are plenty of apps already in the store that break multiple rules. Here are just a few.
That’s the app. "Nothing." Guess what it does? Nothing. Guess which rule from Apple’s "App Store Review Guidelines" it
One of the many advantages of owning an Android device over others is quick and easy access to Google products like Goggles, Earth and Voice for various reasons. Today, the Voice team released an update for Android with two home screen widgets that give you immediate access to your inbox and settings.
The Inbox widget pulls up the …
One of the first features touted for point-and-shoot digital cameras is the megapixel count. For most people, though, megapixels don’t matter much. Here’s why, along with some other features to consider instead.
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With all the back and forth between Apple and developers over what is and what isn’t appropriate for the App Store, I think it’s safe to say that we’ve all wondered what the guidelines are to get into the pearly gates of the App Store. Apple has posted the review guidelines and we can’t help but laugh out loud. I didn’t think …
The latest update to Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 4.1, brings with it new features such as Game Center, TV show rentals, iTunes’ "Ping" social music network, enhanced photo features, and more.
It’s also apparently been jailbroken already.
You’ll recall that the act of jailbreaking a phone—exploiting a software bug to open the
Earlier today T-Mobile USA twittered a cryptic binary message alerting followers that information on the G2 would be coming soon. At midnight ET, T-Mobile released information on the upcoming successor to the G1.
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T-Mobile has confirmed that the G2 will be made by HTC and that it …
Photokina must be around the corner.
Building on the momentum of the K-x and K-7 DSLRs, Pentax has just announced the K-r DSLR. The latest entry-level DSLR, however, isn’t an update to the K-x. It’s a bit of mix between Pentax’s entry-level and high-end models with a 3-inch LCD, 720p video recording (25fps) and ISO up to 25600. …
Google revealed “Google Instant” today—you can try it out here if you like, though it may already be activated within your browser at Google.com.
It’s pretty much just how it sounds. You begin typing your query into Google’s search box and your search results change in real-time with each additional letter you add, displayed …
While this doesn’t quite appear to be the same “Peel” case that surfaced in late July, the idea appears to be somewhat similar. A company called GoSolarUSA is planning to bring a $60 protective case to market this year that features a SIM card slot and special software that allows Apple’s new iPod Touch to make and receive voice calls …