Nationwide retailer decides it's time to make the move to Apple, a decision which will affect 10,000 employees who will have to turn in their BlackBerry devices.
The sale is being pushed back so potential buyers can give it a deeper look, Reuters reports. The news comes on the heels of major deals over intellectual property.
Local authorities close two of the five pretenders in Kunming for lack of permits. Meanwhile, reports of other faux stores worldwide have been flowing in, from Croatia to Queens.
Apple's A6 chip is being test-manufactured at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, marking a shift away from Apple's traditional manufacturing partner Samsung, according to Reuters.
Chat logs show what may have motivated Army enlistee Bradley Manning, an AJAX, PHP, and MySQL programmer, to allegedly turn over megabytes of sensitive documents to WikiLeaks.
Systems not yet patched for a recently announced flaw are vulnerable to a trio of malware that could enlist the compromised computer to attack sites in China.
Potential attacks using the MS08-067 exploit won't be in the form of a single worm but will be bundled with other malware, says a security researcher.
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Electronic Arts is making a major push into the mobile market by buying Chillingo, the publisher of the wildly popular game Angry Birds.