Deekin_Scalesinger writes: More than eighteen months after being first brought to Cupertino's attention, Apple gets around to addressing insecure logins to the App Store. In theory, this could be used to view lists of installed apps and make unauthorized purchases.
Deekin_Scalesinger writes: “I got the skills to impress, I’m a computer genius. The words “Micro” and “Soft” don’t apply to my penis,” beamed the vocals of a bubblegum dance song during an entertainment break at the annual conference last week. Meanwhile, the lyrics were flashed karaoke style in the front of the stage for the crowd to sing along to as dancers moved to the beat erratically.
Deekin_Scalesinger writes: Next up, robotic maids. Google was granted the first ever licence from a US state to permit its computer driven car on the open roads. Using cameras, radar and lasers, the only accident thus far was being rear ended by a non-silicone based driver.
Deekin_Scalesinger writes: Steve Jobs confirmed what many of us suspected — a new Macbook less than one inch thick has been introduced at Macworld. Early specs indicate 0.16" to 0.76" thickness, magnetic latch, 13.3" widescreen display, 1.8" hard drive — 80 GB hard disk standard, 64 GB SSD as an option, 1.6 GHz Standard, 1.8 GHz Option — Intel Core 2 Duo. Details available at
MacRumors, which is posting live commentary of the event.