28th > July > 2012 Archive


Zynga faces legal probe over senior management share sales

Zynga's plummeting stock price has brought the attention of lawyers, who have started an investigation into the recent stock dealings by the senior management of the gaming company.
Iain Thomson, 28 Jul 2012

OAuth 2.0 standard editor quits, takes name off spec

The lead author and editor of the OAuth 2.0 network authorization standard has stepped down from his role, withdrawn his name from the specification, and quit the working group, describing the current version of the spec as "the biggest professional disappointment of my career."
Neil McAllister, 28 Jul 2012
Philips 55PFL6007 Ambilight TV

Ten monster tellies to suit all budgets

Product Round-upIf you’re gearing up for the London Games, a gargantuan new TV should be top of your shopping list. The good news is that there’s plenty of choice if you want to go large, with prices to suit most pockets: our Top Ten kicks off at a modest £480, before reaching a wallet-busting £7,000.
Steve May, 28 Jul 2012

Anonymous releases sample of Australian telco's data

A campaign using the name and much of the iconography of activist group Anonymous has released data it hopes will embarrass the Australian Government into backing away from even considering data retention laws.
Simon Sharwood, 28 Jul 2012

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