Taiwanese Smartphone maker HTC’s first PC tablet, the HTC Flyer, is now available for pre-order in the UK and the US. The tablet can also be equipped with a unique stylus, the HTC Flyer Magic Pen ST D500, which will be sold separately from the device. The pressure sensitive stylus, designed to work on the touch screen enabled tablet, is retailing for the hefty price-tag of £47.99. The stylus is available from HTC’s online store.
"I love it. I've been waiting so long for this. I can finally have what I've been dreaming of”, these are the words of one of the first iPad 2 owners from China. A growing crowd had been gathering around Apple’s store in Beijing. Some people even waited for 20 hours to get a tablet, which were, ironically, originally made in their country.
One has to wonder just how stupid governments have actually become. Ever since the discovery of Stuxnet - the world has become immensely more dangerous than it ever was. If you’re sceptical then take note of last month’s announcement from security vendor, Idapcomm who just released a second update to their traffic library.
Sony has announced that it has successfully removed the details of more than 2500 people which had been obtained during the successful hack of the Sony PlayStation Network. These users had taken part in a sweepstakes organised by the company more than 10 years ago which highlights the extent of the breach and could have been done on demand for a prospective client looking to sample the database.
According to a new report, the founder of Carphone Warehouse and TalkTalk, Charles Dunstone has turned out to be the first ever digital billionaire in UK. The report also revealed a massive 66 percent rise in Dunstone’s wealth since last year, thus surpassing the magic figure of £1 billion. He will now feature in the top 100 of the Sunday Time’s Rich List, scheduled to the published in the coming weekend.