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Technology | Posted on 28 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on WikiLeaks Under DDOS Attack? | Tagged with , , , , , .

It has been just over thirty minutes since CNN reported that WikiLeaks was under a DDOS attack. A DDOS or distributed denial of service attack is a network-based attack

Technology | Posted on 26 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on One Week With A Droid | Tagged with , .

I’ve had my Samsung Captivate for a week now. Overall, it’s an awesome phone, but I’m still getting used to it. The screen is very sharp and crisp, and it’s

Technology | Posted on 19 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on New Cell Phone | Tagged with , .

I just got a new Samsung Captivate to replace my Blackberry 8310, which I’ve been using for almost two years. The Android OS is very different from what I am

Technology | Posted on 13 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on Facebook Mashup | Tagged with , , , , .

There are speculations that Facebook unveil a new messaging system. Mulitple blogs are pointing the various Facebook-controlled websites delivering a Microsoft Outlook Web App login page. This contradicts earlier

Technology | Posted on 7 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on Hacked or Vandalized? | Tagged with , , .

It all started with a tale of copyright infringement when a print magazine reprinted an edited version of a blogger’s article. The publisher responded with a backhanded apology, and the

Technology | Posted on 5 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on Unfair Advantage For MSE? | Tagged with , , .

Microsoft is now making Security Essentials via Microsoft Update to those that don’t have any antivirus application installed. MSE shows up as an optional download. Some antivirus vendors are feeling

Technology | Posted on 4 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on No Patch Yet For IE 0-Day | Tagged with , .

Next Tuesday is Patch Tuesday, but it does not include a patch for the recent IE 0-day vulnerability. The November bulletin mentions multiple Office versions, PowerPoint View and

Technology | Posted on 3 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on Facebook Responds | Tagged with , , , , , .

In true Scharzenegger-style, Facebook responds that it’s not a tumor breach. The basic gist of their response is that even though they leaked UIDs, they did not not