Google has removed all third party access to its free SMS messaging protocol for use with its Gmail Chat function. This has affected all applications, including a popular SMS client for the iPhone, Infinite SMS.
In a direct response to the "Crackulous" and other one-click iPhone app pirating solutions, software developer Ripdev has released a beta of the new "Kali" DRM protection system for Apple's iPhone.
Psion, the original manufactures of the "netBook" has stated that Google respects Psion's trademark of the term "netBook" and will no longer accept ads containing the term.
Early morning on January 31, 2009 Google's Malware detection malfunctioned and listed every search result through google.com as harmful to your computer.
Rumors of the only satellite radio provider in North America increasing its rates have been confirmed. While certain included services will no longer be free as well. The company is advising customers to "lock in" now.
Firefox Mobile could be headed to the HTC Touch Pro as early as next week if the developer's wiki is to be believed. The mobile browser is currently in development for Windows Mobile smartphones and has been eagerly anticipated by users.
Pirated copies of Apple's new iWork '09 software suite has been found to contain Trojan Virus. Intego, the security firm that develops VirusBarrier for OSX has confirmed over 20,000 have downloaded the infected software.
With the RIAA backing away from direct lawsuits against individual users. Third party piracy policing companies have begun to fill its void. One such company is offering to share its loot with ISPs.
Apple's Mini DisplayPort to Dual Link DVI adapters are plagued with distortion issues. This week Apple engineers decided retroactively that these adapters will only work with Apple displays.
Representative Joe Baca (D-California) introduced the Video Games Health Labeling Act of 2009 to Congress last week. The Act focuses on the necessity of placing warning labels on violent video games.
The husband and wife team behind the game Whack em All for the iPhone and iPod touch confronts the hacker responsible for the piracy of their game. Amazingly, the hacker responds.
A six year old boy from Wicomico Church, Virginia, takes the family car to school because he missed the bus. The boy claims he learned to drive from Grand Theft Auto and Monster Truck Jams.
Trojan Virus found in pirated software from BitTorrent sites renders user's computers unable to connect to other torrent sites.
Lexus found a way to deliver company messages directly to their clients. If you drive a Lexus, you may be in for an audio treat.
Over the weekend, the popular micro-blogging tool, Twitter, was hit with a series of phishing scams. Celebrity users were among the affected and had their accounts compromised.
A Canadian PhD student is working with the University of Saskatchewan to identify specific strains of bacteria that are responsible for spoiling beer.
Inventor Cliff Kushler who previous developed the widely used T9 input system for numeric keypads has created a new input system for touchscreen based devices.
AT&T has been quietly transitioning its 2G users to the weaker 1900MHz band from the stronger 850MHz; in an effort to boost reception quality for its 3G users. 2G users are told to upgrade at their own expense.
PlayStation 3 now made with 30 percent fewer parts, making it cheaper than ever. But Sony still loses money on every unit sold.
What if you could combine the gift of gaming and the declaration of love into one beautiful combination? That's exactly what Multiple-Option has in mind.
Some buyers of the iPhone 3G from AT&T were offered a free in-car charger as a bonus. However, these free chargers were quickly found to be incompatible with the iPhone 3G.
Newly elected Thai Prime Minister decided to spam the entire nation of Thailand right before the holidays.
Great news for all the Apple TV users out there, the Boxee team has just announced that it will be offering the alpha software to all Apple and Ubuntu users.