The prepaid arm of AT&T launches Group Save to entice adding friends to family plans.
The 12x zoom S810c is a much more pocket- and wallet-friendly Android camera option than Samsung's Galaxy Camera 2.
The streaming-video box added an integrated news service to its home screen, giving users quick access to videos from the likes of the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, BBCNews and ET through AOL's On network.
Garmin announces a 5-inch Nuvi 2400 series at CES 2011.
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Odds & Ends: Epson TWAIN and Photoshop 7;
Odds & Ends: NetBarrier and email block;
Threats made by someone who may or may not have been part of Anonymous were made months ago that the social network would be taken down on November 5. Subsequently, Fox News' Web site was threatened too.
Some speculate that not all of Anonymous is behind the threat to bring down Facebook November 5. Meanwhile, Facebook is unusually silent on the matter. Should it fear an image of instability?
The notorious hacktivist group declares that Facebook is its next target. It chooses the symbolic (for Brits and those who love "V for Vendetta") date of November 5. The reason for the intended destruction? Why, privacy.