Archive for December, 2009

Blackberry Outage December 22:BBM RIM Service Down Not Working »

Blackberry Outage December 22:BBM RIM Service Down Not Working – Blackberry Outage December 22 is the big headline in the tech world this evening.The news had the internet going crazy few hours ago especially Twitter.com.The BBM outage is a matter that will completely be resolved in the upcoming days.Blackberry users invaded Twitter to complain about […]

PSN Premium Services Details Leaked? »

PSN Premium Services Details Leaked? – Sony has accidentally unveiled details of its “premium” PlayStation Network service that will cost you between $20 to $60 a year, or $6 to $9 a month.Here are some of the features you will be getting for your cash.

Rackspace Outage Down:Rackspace Twitter Status »

Rackspace Outage Down:Rackspace Twitter Status – Rackspace Twitter/Rackspace outage/Rackspace down infos can be found here.Rackspace which is a well known hosting company had some issues last night and was unable to provide proper service to its clients.Luckily for the company,one of its employees Robert Scoble has been keeping the customers updated with the following tweets:

Twitter Hacked:Iranian Cyber Army Puts Twitter Down »

Twitter Hacked:Iranian Cyber Army Puts Twitter Down – Popular micro-blogging site Twitter.com was hacked by a group called ‘Iranian Cyber Army’ on Friday morning.Users of the site were welcomed with a green flag and a message in Arabic that read : “Hezbollah is victorious.” The group also posted the following message in English:

T-Mobile Outage:T-Mobile Down »

T-Mobile outage:T-Mobile Down – T-Mobile outage/T-Mobile Down is the big headline in the tech world today.T-Mobile is unable to provide proper service to its costumers in the southern parts of the United States and Puerto Rico.The company is aware of the problem and said in a statement : “T-Mobile engineers and rapid response teams are […]

FTC Sues Intel Corp. For Monopoly Abuse »

FTC Sues Intel Corp. For Monopoly Abuse – Intel Corp. is being sued by the government.The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has announced earlier today that they are suing Intel for “anticompetitive tactics”.FTC officials said: