With Wordament, Xbox Live Sneaks Onto Android

Microsoft’s Wordament is an addictive word puzzle game that you’ve probably never heard of, because until now it’s only been available for Windows 8 and Windows Phone. On Friday, Microsoft released a version of Wordament for Android. That’s good news for fans of word puzzles, but it’s also an interesting move for Microsoft, being the first game to bring Xbox […]

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HTC One Windows Phone? Rumor Says It’s What Microsoft Wants

Here’s a crazy end-of-the-week rumor for you: Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft wants HTC to add a Windows Phone option to its Android handsets. Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s operating systems boss, reportedly asked HTC about the possibility last month. HTC already pays patent licensing fees to Microsoft for every Android phone sold, so Myerson may have talked about reducing or eliminating […]

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8 Things We Know So Far About Adobe’s Customer Data Breach

Hello again friends, welcome back to the show that never ends: another massive corporate data raid, millions more user accounts and login credentials and payment details potentially compromised, and top secret source code on the loose. Welcome to the club, Adobe! You probably know Bank of America, Heartland Payment Systems, Epsilon, Sony, Valve, the U.S. government, the Canadian government, PayPal, […]

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Adobe Hacked, 3 Million Customer Accounts Compromised

Adobe confirmed on Thursday that hackers breached the company’s secure networks and stole source code and sensitive information from 2.9 million customers. The information includes names, passwords, and credit card records. An announcement from the company’s chief security officer reassured customers that the credit card numbers were encrypted, affected passwords have already been reset, and customers were being notified of […]

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