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IPhone may be ready to give NFC the boost it needs

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Near field communication, the wireless technology that’s forever been poised to break out, may finally get the big push it needs. Code pulled from two iPhone prototypes suggest that upcoming iPhones will have an NFC controller connected to the power management unit, according to 9to5Mac. There is still a chance...
IPhone may be ready to give NFC the boost it needs

Sony Computer Entertainment to fuse Asian and Japanese units into one

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As part of recent restructuring and cost-cutting efforts, Sony's Computer Entertainment (SCE) division will merge its Asian and Japanese operations into a single entity. The company said that it would result in a new management unit, with SCE Japan president Hiroshi Kawano taking the helm and the Asian unit's...
Sony Computer Entertainment to fuse Asian and Japanese units into one
Microsoft Is Trying To Sell Windows 8 To Enterprises, But Most Want Windows 7 Instead

Next-gen iPhone code resurrects claims of NFC support

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The next-generation iPhone could potentially have NFC support built in, according to 9to5Mac. The claim is based on data allegedly pulled from PreEVT iPhone prototypes, codenamed N41AP and N42AP. The same code is previously said to have hinted at a bigger display with 1136x640 resolution. Now, though, it's suggested that...
Next-gen iPhone code resurrects claims of NFC support

"Gang War" Trial Bias Court Ruling Gives Pirate Bay Fresh Hope Of Re-Trial

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At a cost of around 200 million kronor, the Södertälje case is believed to be one of Sweden’s largest and most expensive criminal prosecutions ever. It involved the “Södertälje Network”, a criminal gang of between 75 and 100 Syrians said to have waged a campaign of violence and murder in...
"Gang War" Trial Bias Court Ruling Gives Pirate Bay Fresh Hope Of Re-Trial

Vulnerabilities in aircraft systems allow remote airplane hijacking, researcher says

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The lack of security in communication technologies used in the aviation industry makes it possible to remotely exploit vulnerabilities in critical on-board systems and attack aircraft in flight, according to research presented Wednesday at the Hack in the Box security conference in Amsterdam.The presentation, by Hugo Teso, a security...
Vulnerabilities in aircraft systems allow remote airplane hijacking, researcher says

Greylock's Latest Hire Tells You A Lot About The State Of The Startup World

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Want to hear from top startups like Fab.com and Lot18? And NY's top investors? Join 800 innovation junkies at the Startup conference on May 3, 2012. Register now.All of a sudden, enterprise software is the hottest thing. Here's today's proof: The newest partner to join VC firm Greylock Partners is...
Greylock's Latest Hire Tells You A Lot About The State Of The Startup World

NFC on the new iPhone? 'Yep'

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Yesterday we got a look at some new iPhone parts which some speculated to have an NFC reader chip on them. NFC has been a hot item of late on iPhone rumors especially with Apple’s recent purchase of AuthenTec and the growing mobile wallet battle with Google. We first found NFC...
NFC on the new iPhone? 'Yep'

SEC SUES SHARESPOST

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has just sued SharesPost, a market for trading shares of private companies. Here's the full release: The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged two managers of private investment funds established solely to acquire the shares of Facebook and other Silicon Valley firms with misleading...
SEC SUES SHARESPOST

Former webOS CTO Sam Greenblatt Leaves HP for Enterprise Role at Dell

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Sam Greenblatt, the former CTO of Hewlett-Packard’s webOS business unit has landed at Dell. In March, Greenblatt left his job as the chief technology officer of the webOS unit and taken a then-unspecified role within HP. That job turned out to be general manager of the Critical Systems Management unit....
Former webOS CTO Sam Greenblatt Leaves HP for Enterprise Role at Dell

Next-Generation iPhone Prototypes Reportedly Support NFC for Mobile Payments

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9to5Mac reports that it has reanalyzed the previously-obtained hardware code dump for Apple's next-generation iPhone prototypes and discovered that the code makes reference to hardware components supporting near field communication (NFC) capabilities.We’ve previously been able to pull data from PreEVT iPhone 5,1 and iPhone 5,2 prototypes codenamed N41AP (5,1) and...
Next-Generation iPhone Prototypes Reportedly Support NFC for Mobile Payments

Does the latest iPhone parts leak suggest front-facing NFC hardware?

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Over the weekend yet another new iPhone parts leak surfaced at Apple.pro. At first glance, everything here looks like a rerun of leaks past but as Makotakara notes, that new square chip subsystem at the top could yield some exciting possibilities.  The most obvious answer here is NFC. We...
Does the latest iPhone parts leak suggest front-facing NFC hardware?

The next iPhone could help popularize NFC in the US

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Apple may be gearing up to take advantage of near-field communications technology in a next-generation iPhone. According to 9to5Mac, prototypes of a sixth-generation iPhone appear to include NFC hardware wired to the power management unit. Combined with Apple's recent unveiling of the Passbook app for iOS 6, the implication is...
The next iPhone could help popularize NFC in the US

Motif lets people turn ideas into investments

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Hardeep Walia, former GM of enterprise services at Microsoft was sitting around a few years ago with his friend Tariq Hilaly, a hedge fund analyst, batting around interesting investment ideas. But Walia realized that while he had a lot of thoughts about interesting trends such as cloud computing and tablets, he...
Motif lets people turn ideas into investments

New iPhone prototypes have NFC chips and antenna

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We’ve previously been able to pull data from PreEVT iPhone 5,1 and iPhone 5,2 prototypes codenamed N41AP (5,1) and N42AP (5,2), which leads us to believe that the new iPhone will have a bigger 1136×640 display. We also detailed a lot of the hardware here but forgot one very important little bit....
New iPhone prototypes have NFC chips and antenna
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