284 Pakistani domain names reportedly hijacked, affecting Google, Apple, and Microsoft
284 Pakistani domain names reportedly hijacked, affecting Google, Apple, and Microsoft
                             

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This has to be a worrying trend for Microsoft, whose Windows OS powers every bank client transaction I’ve ever made.  It doesn’t sound like the Surface was in the running either. Barclays told us that staff had demanded the reassuringly expensive pad over any other shiny devices – clearly there...
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Hacking For The Sake Of It: 'Eboz' Downed Google, Apple, 300 Other Pakistani Sites, And Many More Just To Show It Can?

techcrunch.com
Pakistan’s internet-using population were slammed today with a systematic take-down of local versions of some of the world’s biggest names in tech, and several hours after first going down, Google.pk, Google.com.pk, Yahoo.pk, Apple.pk, Microsoft.pk still do not appear to be working. In all, it appears that 279 other sites in Pakistan were hacked...
Hacking For The Sake Of It: 'Eboz' Downed Google, Apple, 300 Other Pakistani Sites, And Many More Just To Show It Can?

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www.computerworld.com
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Pakistani Google, Yahoo!, Apple, eBay, PayPal Sites Hacked

news.softpedia.com
The Pakistani websites of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Apple, Visa, HSBC, Coca Cola, Blogspot, Sony, HP, eBay and PayPal have been hacked and defaced. According to The Hackers Media, the sites have been defaced by a group of Turkish hackers. Three additional domains – blog.microsoft.pk, adsense.google.com.pk, code.google.pk – have been defaced...
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Report: Samsung withdraws as Apple's battery supplier

www.electronista.com
A report in China Business News claims that Samsung SDI, the company's battery-producing subsidiary, has decided to withdraw from selling batteries to Apple, possibly in retaliation for various moves the iPad maker has made to reduce its dependence on Samsung as a supplier. Two other Chinese firms, Tianjin Lishen Battery...
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Apple ordered to disclose patent settlement with HTC

arstechnica.com
Just days after Apple announced it had settled all its patent disputes with HTC, lawyers that had opposed Apple in a much bigger dispute—Apple v. Samsung—said that they wanted to see the settlement. Their argument was that if Apple had licensed to HTC patents it said it originally wouldn't license...
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From Lady Gaga to Apple: meet the überfans

www.guardian.co.uk
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Black Friday: Amazon now selling Apple's 13" MacBook Pro for $962.54

appleinsider.com
Some of the steepest discounts for Mac shoppers this Black Friday continue to come from Amazon, which is now selling Apple's 13-inch 2.5GHz MacBook Pro for $236.46 below retail price....
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