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Dropbox Users Seeing Spam in Personal E-mail Accounts

Many Dropbox users, over the past two days, have started to see spam from online casinos in their inboxes. Why is Dropbox ...

NBC and Microsoft Sever Their Professional Connection

NBC and Microsoft teamed up for several years to produce quality news for the masses, but according to NBC News yesterday morning, ...

New Symantec Software Update Crashes PCs

Symantec recently updated their antivirus software, and some computers are responding negatively to the upgrades. Some Windows-based computers are becoming completely inoperable ...

Fujifilm Sues Motorola Mobility Over Patent Infringement

Fujifilm is suing Motorola over allegedly infringing on several of its patents related to photography technology. Fujifilm filed the lawsuit last Tuesday ...

Facebook Buys Spool for Their Five Employees

Facebook acquired Spool earlier this week. Spool is a small company based in San Francisco that specializes in mobile bookmarking. Spool was ...

Malware Discovered on Google Play

Researchers have recently found a malware program embedded in Google Play. The program avoided detection by Google’s automated scanning system by masquerading ...

HP’s Ultrabook Can’t Keep Up with New MacBook

HP’s new Ultrabook was designed with the MacBook in mind. A sleek, thin design and long battery life were included in the ...

450,000 Credentials Stolen and Posted from Yahoo

Hackers who recently stole nearly half a million pieces of information from Yahoo said they intended for the breach to be a ...

Revamp Details of Twitter’s Mobile Overhaul are Live

The project of revamping Twitter for mobile Web took hundreds of days of long work and longer nights. However, Twitter is proud ...

Verizon Considering “Editing” Customers’ Internet Access

Verizon is considering changing the way their customers view the Internet on any device on their network. Initially, the company plans on ...