Apple fights against HTC claiming patent infringement with decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission

HTC has been a key player in the smartphone industry with some very successful phones rolling out over the years. But the Taiwanese manufacturer was dealt a blow by the U.S. International Trade Commission who found HTC in violation of two patents held by Apple. Apple first complained about the patent issues back in March of 2010.

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Activision takes action on the Modernwarfare3.com domain issue

As we reported last week, there has been some controversy with the domain name of the upcoming release by Activision, ModernWarfare3.com.  Well the popular video game series “Modern Warfare” is soon to release the title Modern Warfare 3, the follow-up to the best seller last year Call of Duty, has millions of eager players searching for more info on the November 2011 release.

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Hotz seems to put hacking on hold while working for Facebook

Three years ago, hacker George Hotz (AKA GeoHot) unlocked the iPhone. He made it possible for fellow computer junkies to make it so their iPhone could belong to any network. This nifty piece of work on Hotz part earned him plenty of street credit, but it wasn’t until his altercation with Sony that he really became famous.

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Lulzsec decides to call it quits for now, hackers beware

Well, that was quick. Cyber attacking pros, Lulzsec, decided to call it quits this past Saturday after 50 days of terror. These hackers disbanded coincidentally less than a week after the arrest of a reported Lulzsec member. While Lulzsec denied any affiliation with this 19 year old arrested, the timing of it all seems quite suspicious. Did Lulzsec members get nervous?

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Hacker arrests in connection with recent strings of attacks on Sony, CIA and other major websites

Over the past few months, computers and processors worldwide have been hit with an influx of hacking incidents. This year alone, there have been five major hacking occurrences, many of which affecting the US. While rising hacking power group LulzSec show off their “skills” in bringing down the CIA website last Wednesday (June 15, 2011), they have also taking claim for being responsible for taking down the PBS, Sony, Bethesda Softworks (maker of Fall Out and Elder Scrolls) and the U.S. Senate, websites.

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