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Tic Tac Toe Pencil Holder

Bored at your desk? Why not play a game of tic tac toe…with your pencils? It’s not wasting company if it’s a desk supply, right? The Tic Tac Toe …

Apple, Google, Motorola, Samsung and Microsoft attending anti device theft conference

<i>Image Credit: Photo West Midlands Police (CC BY-SA 2.0) via Cult of Mac</i><p>Stealing smartphones may be a way of life for some people, and with the advance of technology, cashing in on a stolen device sold at half its listed price could be quite a deal. As recent reports show, cellphone theft in New …

Mobile

BlackBerry Messenger coming to iOS and Android on June 27th (update)

BlackBerry Messenger will be arriving on iOS and Android in exactly three weeks. T-Mobile UK revealed the date on Twitter, teasing a photo of the previously BlackBerry-exclusive chat service running on a Galaxy S3. BlackBerry announced last month that BBM would be going cross-platform sometime …

Fake Microsoft callers scamming thousands

Telephone scammers who pretend to be Microsoft representatives have left thousands of Britons out of pocket after gaining access to their PCs.<p>The cold callers claim to be from Microsoft IT support and warn homeowners that they have a problem with their PC, but then install viruses and steal data …

Identity Theft

New smartSD cards could put digital wallet control back with e-commerce groups

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>Many new smartphones come with an NFC, or Near Field Communications, chip that lets the phone be used as a digital wallet. For …

Why Facebook Cofounder Chris Hughes And Google Are Giving Cash Directly To The Poorest

Here’s a radical idea: Instead of providing services or training to the world’s poorest, how about giving them cash instead?<p>GiveDirectly, a U.S.-based nonprofit operating in Kenya, is doing just that, and it’s won the support of the likes of Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes and Google. Last Thursday …