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4th January 2011

Researchers eavesdrop on encrypted GSM call: all you need is a $15 phone and 180 seconds

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Security

Researchers eavesdrop on encrypted GSM call: all you need is a $15 phone and 180 seconds

BotTorrent? Using BitTorrent as a DDoS Tool

Hackers obtain PS3 private cryptography key due to epic programming fail? (video)


iOS

iPhone-controlled beer cannon is the robot friend of our dreams (video)

Angry Birds creator praises iPhone as a platform talks Android fragmentation

Top 8 jailbreak concepts Apple should implement in iOS 5

iPad magazine sales numbers show steep decline over a few short months

Apple Expected to Ship 65 Million iPads in 2011

Gresso classes up the iPad with 18k gold logo and ancient wood case

Verizon iPhone to launch between mid January, early February 2011

Skype video calling for iPhone if official, available now

5 iPhone App Development Business predictions for 2011

‘Quick Snap’ Pulled From App Store

The 10 Best App Store Apps of 2010

RunKeeper Pro free until the end of January

iPhonECG case monitors your heart rate to make sure you’re appropriately excited about CES

Reality Check: How Wrong/Right Was I About my 2010 Predictions for the iPhone

PSA: iPhone alarms not working come New Year’s Day 2011

How Much Have You Spent On iPhone Apps?

10 Predictions for the iPhone in 2011


Apple

iPod Nano Hacked, More to Come

4 Things We Know About Apple’s Data Center: How Apple Is Preparing for Their Future In Media Distribution

Rumor: Apple Holding Valentine’s Day Event to Announce Verizon iPhone

Apple Seeks Patent on Social Networking in Shopping Environments

Looking to 2011: The Most Anticipated Apple Releases for the Coming Year

2010: Biggest Apple Product Leaks


Aerospace

Zephyr solar-powered UAV breaks three more world records


Android

Android App Development – Controls Part Four: Spinner and GridView


Twitter

Mayor of Newark, New Jersey starts Twitter blizzard cleanup snowpocalypse revolution


Art

Watch Graphic Violence Get Real Literal

Watch The YouTube Video That Ebert Deemed Oscar-Worthy

Cartoonize Converts Photos Into Cartoons


Sony

Sony files ITC complaint about LG, adds another patent infringement lawsuit to the stack


Google

Google And George Clooney Aim Satellites At Sudan, Become “Anti-Genocide Paparazzi”

WSJ: Google plans a ‘digital newsstand’ to unite all newspapers and magazines under Android’s umbrella


Comedy

Resolutions for 2011


Facebook

Facebook Takes “Most Visited Website Of The Year” Title From Google


Politics

China tightens hold on rare earth exports, markets soar

European Commission Moves Forward on Micro-USB Smartphone Charging Standard

China Effectively Bans Skype And Other Non State-Owned VoIP Services


Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 DRM Blown Apart

NES emulator lands on Windows Phone 7, barred from the Marketplace


Amazon

Amazon enables Kindle e-book lending


HTC

It Looks Like HTC Has Their Own Antenna Issues To Worry About


Android

Android still has horrible text messaging bugs that’ll get you fired, busted, or otherwise embarrassed


Technology

Human Connectome Project maps brain’s circuitry, produces super trippy graphics

Analysts predict tablet sales will more than triple in 2011


Fluid Dynamics

Noise-Based Particles, Part I at The Little Grasshopper


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