12th February 2011 Archive
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Partners with Symantec, Vasco to stamp out 'terror'
Intel has teamed up with security firms Symantec and Vasco to create a hardware-based one-time-password system to boost protection against phishers, fraudsters, and identity thieves. "The notion of username and password as security is ridiculous," Intel's Identity Protection Technology (IPT) marketeer Jennifer Gilburg told The …
Security 12 Feb 07:00
Bioware slips golden handcuffs on SW:TOR fansites
Whatever benchmarks Bioware’s upcoming launch of MMOG Star Wars: The Old Republic (SW:TOR) looks like setting in gameplay, it’s already beaten the pack in legalistic control of third-party websites wanting to cover the game. Any fansites that want Bioware’s support – including promos on Twitter, Facebook and the SW:TOR website …
Music and Media 12 Feb 07:59
Review Content provider?
D-Link’s Boxee box, also known by the catchy moniker of DSM-380, is aimed at a sector of the market that’s quite important in the US – streaming online media – but somewhat less so in the UK right now. Media container? D-Link's Boxee box It’s essentially a small form factor PC running the Boxee software, itself based on the …
reghardware 12 Feb 08:00
Seven day synopsis
Over the past week, Reg Hardware has looked at products from the worlds of consumer electronics, mobile communications and gaming. In case you missed anything, here are those products again. Lifestyle Equinux Tizi iPhone TV tuner Aerial views over iOS4 displays Six... budget Blu-ray Disc players Product Round- …
Hardware 12 Feb 09:00
- Rogue Nokia splinter cell drops its Jolla phone A-BOMB
- Geek's Guide to Britain BT Tower is just a relic? Wrong: It relays 18,000hrs of telly daily
- Product Round-up Smartwatch face off: Pebble, MetaWatch and new hi-tech timepieces
- Review: Sony Xperia SP
- Geek's Guide to Britain The bunker at the end of the world - in Essex