We wrote about latest security hole in Adobe Flash Player and how it can affect users on various platforms. In order to provide their users with better security, Google has fixed this exploit in Google Chrome, making it safe once again.

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Early MacBook Pro’s in 2011 have had some display screen issues, where the MacBook would freeze or continue flickering. Apple released a new minor update today that promises to fix those two issues and “improve graphics stability and external display compatibility.” The flickering was caused by Thunderbolt on the MacBook Pros, the new update fixes both of the problems.

This new update is a good to have for many of the MacBook Pro owners out there that are having display problems. So if you’re having problems with your MacBook Pro’s screen doing glitchy things, then just download the software or you can use Apple’s website to update as well. Hope this helps anyone who is struggling to fix their screen display issues.

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Google fixes Gmail issues

On March 4, 2011, in Latest News, Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Despite Gmail being the most popular webmail service, it doesn’t mean that we don’t see issues with it. In fact, recent Gmail issues have affected up to 200 000 users, but we’re glad to inform you that Google has fixed those problems.

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Microsoft fixes Hotmail account issues

On January 12, 2011, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

You’ve probably read all about the latest Hotmail issues that led to the loss of emails and Hotmail accounts, and we’re pleased to say that Microsoft has given an official explanation in relation to these recent issues.

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Twitter’s security flaw fixed

On September 23, 2010, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Twitter might be one of the most popular social networking websites today, but it seems that Twitter is not safe as we thought. Since Twitter is one of the leading social networking websites, security should be its main priority, and even though Twitter may seem safe, hackers have still managed to find a security hole and exploit it (like always).

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Apple has just made available through iTunes iPhone OS firmware version 3.1.1 (or just 3.1 as many are calling it). Its a major update covering a number of new fixes and support for the new iTunes 9 (full details of the software update after the break) However, if you’re an iPhone 3G / 3GS user, and you have unlocked your iPhone using the iPhone Dev Team’s ultrasn0w unlocking tool / software / application, you are advised to hold back just for a few days.

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The clever people at iFixit are getting really good at this! Palm Pre and its new innovative charging kit, the Touchstone hasn’t been out officially for too long and yet when it arrived into the hands of the iFixit team, it was doomed to be dissected and disasembled (in a safe way though).

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There are plenty of pictures at the source link below, we’ve picked out some of the main highlights for you to check out.

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