Check out this article from HuffPost Tech which describes the fears of the government that as a result of these various cyber attacks countries are now more susceptible than ever to Cyber Terrorism:
I will be going into more detail about this issue after i have done some research but just putting the information out now to see what people think of it? what’s your opinion? Are we truly sitting ducks in the limitless universe of the world wide web?
Please post your comments below…..
The last two weeks have been very interesting in relation to Microsoft with various previews of their latest OS systems for Tablet & Windows Phone. Windows 8 is the latest addition unveiled by Microsoft in their long line of Operating Systems. This latest addition sees Windows utilise the power of touch more so than with any previous operating system. Read the rest of this entry
As the tech giants battle it out for the title of tablet king, we take a look at one of the latest tablets in the market that aims to offer you value for your money. The Samsung Galaxy tab with its 7 inch LCD screen offers a nifty little number to compete with the larger and sometimes robust iPad. The Samsung Galaxy tab also runs under the usual Android OS which gives users unlimited access to an array of various apps and customisations for the device. Read the rest of this entry
From the 17th to the 19th April, the Playstation Network experienced a worldwide outage which resulted in no access to the Network for several days. It was then revealed that the network outage was caused by a security breach which led to long network downtime along with loss of information. Patrick Seybold, the director of communications at Sony publicized the details of this incident in the Playstation Blog. He stated that the security breach resulted in the ability of the unauthorised hacker to gain the information of the 70 million users that subscribe to the network. While it is believed that only the basic profile information was accessed there was still a chance that the various email, phone and even credit card details of the PSN users were also hacked during the attack. Read the rest of this entry
It was revealed on 21st April that Apple’s iPhone devices were found to have stored information on the various locations the device has travelled to within a secret tracking file within its operating system. Read the rest of this entry
Apple released the iPad back in July but since then they have upgraded the software for the iPad and have launched the all new update iOS 4.2.
The new fad in the gaming world is motion technology. The Wii kicked off and introduced an entirely different way of gaming and from this Sony thought it would be important to expand into the market of motion gaming to keep up with the times. For those of you familiar with the Wii will probably think that there is not much point in the PS3 Move and see it nothing more than an attempt to make the PS3 more popular as it appears to be losing in the popularity race with the Wii. However, after trying out the PS3 Move for myself I can say that it was quite an exciting experience and as much as I love the Wii I do find that the PS3 Move has great capabilities and can keep me entertained for great lengths of time. Read the rest of this entry
Don’t know the difference between RAM and what the heck an OS is then check out my list for the most common computer terms explained in a more easier to understand language: Read the rest of this entry
On the 26th January, Mark Zuckerberg’s fan page was supposedly hacked and the hacker posted the following message: “Let the hacking begin: If Facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way? Why not transform Facebook into a ‘social business’ the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it? What do you think? #hackercup2011″ Read the rest of this entry