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Fujitsu bringing the quad-core heat to Mobile World Congress

There’s one gigantically powerful and ultra-enticing smartphone headed for Mobile World Congress from Fujitsu, and it comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor inside, right next to a tablet with no less than the same (minus the camera, of course)! These devices does not yet have a name, […]

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Transformer Prime bootloader unlock now available!

This week the folks at ASUS have granted the world with a simple unlock tool for their most excellent tablet yet, the Transformer Prime. Since this first in its class for many reasons device was released, developers and so-called hackers have ben working on plans for what they’re going to do with the Transformer Prime […]

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DOT Asks Carmakers to Help Curb Distracted Driving

The U.S. Department of Transportation has proposed guidelines that advise automakers to disable certain in-vehicle electronic features. The DOT wants to crack down on any action that requires drivers to give the task more than a two-second single glance, or 20 seconds of total glance time, to control. The suggestions encouraged automakers to make sure […]

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More Nasty Malware in the Wild

I came across two examples of particularly vicious malware in recent days that point to the ever-growing sophistication of malware writers – and the need for continued vigilance with respect to IT security and end user education. The first is a bot that’s designed to – well, I’ll let “Ms. Smith” from Network World tell […]

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