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The U.S. Secret Service and Justice Department announced Wednesday that a founder of one of the world’s most sophisticated Internet sites for trafficking stolen credit card information has been arrested by French police.

Vladislav Anatolieviech Horohorin, 27, was seized at the Nice airport Saturday en route from the Mediterranean principality of Monaco to Moscow, where he resides, authorities said. Horohorin, a citizen of Israel and Ukraine, where he was born, was indicted in November by a federal grand jury in the District on charges of credit card fraud and aggravated identity theft. continue reading…

Asustek Computer plans to launch its long awaited Eee Tablet with an 8-inch LCD touchscreen in October for around $300, though prices vary by market.

It was rumored the device would be the first major, non-handset Android product from Asustek and that it might compete with Apple’s iPad. continue reading…

Are photocopiers the newest threat to identity theft? Newer models of photocopiers have been equipped with hard drives to record what’s been duplicated and may make confidential information easily available to criminals. continue reading…

Virtualization and open development frameworks are squeezing out operating systems in data centers, VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz said Wednesday at the Structure 2010 conference in San Francisco.

Though  operating systems are still the underlying virtualized infrastructures, their traditional roles are being usurped by new elements that are transforming the world of IT.   These developments are helping enterprises run old and new applications in a more efficient, cloud-like manner and get more value from their IT systems, two trends that companies are embracing, he said.

VMware is the dominant provider of virtualization technology and last year acquired SpringSource, provider of an open development framework. The growing role of these technologies as an industrywide trend.

Hard drives continue to advance by storing more information with faster read/write capabilities, but how long do hard drives really last?  Several new studies have surfaced lately which attempt to answer this question. continue reading…

The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month that killers are beginning to use text messaging to establish alibis. In two murders earlier this year text messages were sent from the victims’ phones by the killers in an attempt to establish an alibi. According to the article, “Nassau County’s chief of detectives and the two prosecutors and two defense attorneys assigned to the murder cases say that, in a combined 125 years in their professions, these were the first attempts by murderers to use text messages from victims’ phones as alibis.” continue reading…

On Wednesday AT&T announced a security breach which exposed the e-mail addresses of some 114,000 high-profile users of the Apple iPad. According to a statement released by AT&T, the security hole, which was apparently tapped by a research group calling itself Goatse Security, had been fixed. continue reading…

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