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Monthly Archives: September 2012

How to replace a cracked screen on an iPhone 5

Between our news coverage leading up to the iPhone 5, our and definitive review of the iPhone 5 following its release, there’s only one thing left to do — open it up and show you what the iPhone 5… Continue reading

Google Maps app for iPhone 5 / iOS 6 — Get it here

Looking for the Google Maps Web app on your iOS 6 device? New Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 5 Maps not working so well? In IT Blogwatch, bloggers got your back with the tips and the knowhow.

Android.Laucassspy

From Symantec: Android.Laucassspy:Type: Spyware.::http://www.symantec.com/xml/rss/listings.jsp?lid=mixedsecurityrisks

New method monitors semiconductor etching as it happens — with light

Researchers have a new low-cost method to carve delicate features onto semiconductor wafers using light — and watch as it happens. The technique can monitor a semiconductor’s surface as it is etched, in real time, with nanometer resolution. This allows… Continue reading

How to use Notification Center

If you just got a new iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad then you’ve also got Notification Center. It’s Apple’s attempt to bring order and sanity to the myriad alarms, alerts, messages, calls, announcements, and game challenges that flood… Continue reading

Lookout now blocks dialer exploits

Although the dialer remote wipe Android vulnerability from earlier this week has been patched, your phone could still be vulnerable, warns Lookout Mobile Security. They’ve patched their app with a free fix.

Originally posted at The Download Blog

ExploitShield appears to live up to its name

A brand-new security program looks like it puts a bullet in the head of many major software exploits, a complicated feat that could turn the world of computer security on its ear.

Originally posted at The Download Blog

Safeguard your online Persona with Mozilla ID system

The makers of Firefox debut a new Web site login system called Persona that ought to appeal to privacy advocates and developers alike. But will you care?

Originally posted at The Download Blog

Adobe to revoke code signing certificate

Adobe takes action after finding malware signed with the Adobe certificates.

Probability maps help sniff out food contamination

Uncovering the sources of fresh food contamination could become faster and easier thanks to analysis done at Sandia National Laboratories’ National Infrastructure Simulation and Analysis Center (NISAC). The study demonstrates how developing a probability map of the food supply network… Continue reading