The rising popularity of Draw Something has reached quite the global audience, especially artists - con artists, that is. So it comes as no surprise that scammers are already feeding from the success of the app, and enticing users with invisible rewards. Bringing this to our attention is security firm Sophos, issuing a warning to Twitter users that a scam was circulating on the microblogging site informing sketchers that they had won a prize.
A document obtained by tech website CPU World indicates that a first wave of Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors will be launched on the 29th of April with a second wave scheduled for the 3rd of June. The site published three mobile CPUs which might be used in MacBook Pro (the Core i7-3720QM, 3820QM and 3920XM) with four cores, eight threads and frequencies varying between 2.5GHz and 2.9GHz and prices ranging from $378 to an eye watering $1098.
Yep, it's the moment we've all been waiting for - Facebook's timeline is to come into effect for all its fan page administators by Friday 30 March 2012 at 11am PST. Don't worry if you're looking at the clock and panicking about finding a decent cover photo, as that's Pacific Standard Time - and UK users have until 7pm GMT.
Tut tut, Path. You'd think the social networking app would've learnt its lesson(s) by now, after being told off by both Apple as well as Congress. But no, Path has found itself in hot virtual water after being accused of doing just more than storing personal address book data.
According to a new patent published by the United States Patent & Trademark Office and revealed to us by PatentlyApple, the creative minds from Cupertino have come up with yet another intriguing idea. Apple's new patent is meant to integrate into future iOS devices 3D camera technology.