A woman pleads guilty to stealing $821,000 from her employer and spending the money on trips and jewelry. So she goes on to the Go Fund Me site to crowdsource the payback. Thus far, she has raised $290.
After 26 days service outage, Sony finally kickstarted its Playstation Network last week, allowing users to resume online gameplay. It turns out the original server hack was hosted on Amazon's EC2 Cloud Computing network, but the outages aren't over yet though--the servers crashed again after being flooded for password resets.
Sony finally kickstarts its PlayStation Network, allowing users to resume online gameplay. It turns out the original server hack was hosted on Amazon's EC2 Cloud Computing network, but the outages aren't over yet--the servers crashed again after being flooded for password resets.
If you know what this is and where it's located, you could win a prize in the CNET Road Trip Picture of the Day challenge.
As Halloween approaches, a mysterious ghost invades iTunes 8.2.1 and iTunes 9.0.1, causing the application to begin playing music tracks with no user input to start it.
Mac users who own the Palm Pre and similar devices were disappointed to lose their ability to sync with the latest version of iTunes. This has been restored with the release of Palm WebOS 1.1.
MacFixIt reader "RM" reports that after installing the iTunes 8.2.1 update on their MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.4.11 iTunes opens but does not respond to any processes.
The iTunes update which was released yesterday seems to have worked flawlessly for most users; however, some people have had a couple of problems that may be shared by others.
The latest update to iTunes, version 8.2.1, has reportedly broken the Palm Pre's ability to sync with iTunes. Shortly after the update was released, reports of the break began circulating--a fate we alluded to a couple weeks ago.
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