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Race cars in many modes, including police vs. speeder.
Access a music site with various features.
No it's not the fuzz, the man or the cops, it's Fuzz Lights. Just like the police light that Starsky & Hutch had on the dashboard of their...
**** UPDATE *****The new update has been approved - heres what changed:* Fuzz sparkles with cool special effects when its happy b/c its being...
Fuzz Blast is a fun, challenging and very addictive physics-based puzzle game with high resolution retina display support! Get your character...
Play a synth on your iPhone and iPod Touch.Perfect for lovers of dance, trance , electro and hip hop music.
Perform acoustic measurements for rooms and speakers.
Fuzz Alert lets users locate approaching speed traps, and red light cameras etc... Fuzz Alert free comes with map, pimp it, and animated voices.The...
Use any part of a song as your mobile ring tone.
Add social and personalization options to Google and Yahoo search results.
Google has fixed a number of critical bugs in the new Chrome 44 update across multiple operating systems.
Fuzz is tackling one of the hardest startup categories around -- yet it's not necessarily doomed. And that's high praise.
Thousands of dollars have been awarded to bug hunters for the Chrome 34 release who reported 31 flaws, 19 deemed critical.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser kisses her Windows XP machine farewell and turns to Windows 7 for comfort, but not without worrying about the transition. At least a little.
The smartphone company and open-source software leader hope that a new open bug-hunting tool they've collaborated on will make the Web safer.
Security experts say the additional layer of protection will make it much harder for attacks against Adobe Reader to do damage.
Fuzz lets users upload tunes to create custom mixtapes to share, and is trying to provide a new venue for artists to promote their work.
Dan Kaminsky and others will make presentations to Microsoft employees at the company's eighth Blue Hat security conference.
Brian Chess and Jacob West of Fortify are this week's guests on the Security Bites podcast.