If you’re using Skype on Mac OS X, we have some bad news for you. Apparently, there’s a security hole in Skype for Mac OS X that allows malicious users to gain control over your Mac.

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As you know, popularity of Google Chrome is rising, and Google Chrome has just hit another milestone. This is great news for Google, but this also means that Google has to provide higher security against hackers, and we’re positive that Google Chrome is up for the challenge.

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The new Macbook Air might be the thinnest notebook on the world, but despite its incredible design new Macbook Air has some software issues that soon needs to be addressed.

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Windows Phone 7 has SD card swapping issues

On October 15, 2010, in Cell Phones, Hardware, by Mike Jefferson

Windows Phone 7 is a great OS and already we’ve seen many phones that are using it. Although Windows 7 Phone works great, it is now realised that there are now some issues relating to swapping of SD cards.

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Samsung Galaxy S USB connection bug discovered

On August 27, 2010, in Cell Phones, Tips, by Mike Jefferson

Samsung Galaxy S might be one of the hottest Android OS phones today but despite that, this great phone has its flaws. As you might remember, we saw bugs on this phone before related to the GPS but this time another bug has surfaced, more details to follow after the break.

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