Sony CEO makes public apology over PlayStation Network hack

Sir Howard Stringer, the British boss of Sony, has finally released an open letter apologising for the recent PlaySyation Network hack. Despite being a long time coming, it at least is a very comprehensive apology, detailing also the "Welcome Back"…

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Gerald LynchSony CEO makes public apology over PlayStation Network hack

SmartSwipe credit card reader makes online shopping safer

SmartSwipe, the USB credit card reader that makes shopping online quicker and safer, is now available from Firebox.com. Great for online shopaholics and those wary of inputting their credit card details online, this USB gadget lets you swipe the card…

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Gerald LynchSmartSwipe credit card reader makes online shopping safer

MWC 2010: Day 3 Round Up

Day 3 of MWC 2010 draws to a close, and today surprisingly saw quite a few animal-inspired devices. Obviously yesterday we had the Puma Phone, but today saw Sonim launch the XP2 Spirit with its sturdy sheet of protective "Gorilla…

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Gerald LynchMWC 2010: Day 3 Round Up

BMW key fob to double as your credit card

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Okay, we’ve seen
Oyster cards on your mobile
, car keys on your mobile, and barcode scanners on your mobile. BMW are taking the mobile out of the equation, however, and putting credit card functionality on your car keys. Experimental fob technology will allow you to pay for cheap items with just a swipe of your keys, like a Paywave card…

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Duncan GeereBMW key fob to double as your credit card