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Apple acknowledges Mac Defender malware, promises software update

Apple has confirmed the news that its Mac OS had been hit by scarewares and has also promised that it is going update Mac OS X and would also be going ahead and deleting MacDefender fake security software.

The announcement which came was a part of the new support document that was posted by the company and it is for the first time that it has recognized the fact that there is a threat and it has posted security threats to the systems of Apple.

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Amazon to release tablets with Google's Androids

An industry analyst has expressed his views saying that Amazon. com is soon going to come out with a tablet computer that is going to be based on Google's Android operating system. It is going to take place somewhere near the festival system of this season.

Creative Strategies analyst Tim Bajarin said in an interview given to PC magazine that company is in plans to release 10-inch tablet, and possibly a 7-inch tablet by the later part of this year itself.

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Curved Glass display to be seen in Apple iPhone5

As per a new report published by DigiTimes, the new Apple iPhone5 is going to feature curved-glass touch-screen display.

The report cited an unnamed source and said that since the cover glass makers are very reluctant to commit investment for the purpose of purchasing glass cutting equipments, Apple has decided that it will be purchasing some
200-300 glass cutting machines which are going to be used by these cutters.

All of these machines are going to be stored in various assembly plants and are going to be used at different levels if and when required.

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Sony Earnings Forecast Misses Estimates

Sony Corp has missed out on estimates when it comes to earnings for the year. But that should not have been the case with Chief Executive Officer Howard Stringer, who was everything going fine this year.

Besides launching its new PlayStation Portable player and its first tablet computers during the Christmas time, he was also able to turnaround the loss-making games division of the company. But the strongest earthquake that hit Japan destroyed all the dreams for Stringer.

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Square decides to use iPad instead of cash registers

Square, which has been co-founded by the maker of Twitter and deals with mobile payments, said that someday cash registers and paper usage is going to be totally eliminated. And it would be possible with the help of technology which they have.

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