|Hack Puts Social Media Users at Risk
A massive hack has served up the user names and passwords of nearly 2 million Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo accounts. The database breach was made possible by the Pony Botnet Controller.
|AT&T Offers No-Contract Plans
Trying to compete with the company it couldn’t buy, AT&T is rolling out no-annual-contract plans. T-Mobile was the first of the big four wireless carriers to push the smartphone contract envelope.
|HP Releases 4 New Android Tablets
It missed its November deadline for the release of its new line of four Android-based tablets, but luckily, Hewlett-Packard was able to meet impressive price points with its new Slate devices.
|BlackBerry Is 'Very Much Alive'
Former Sybase CEO John Chen, who is now BlackBerry's interim chief executive, says BlackBerry is returning to its roots, refocusing on delivering devices and services to business users.