Technology – 03 February 2013

Hackers Targeted Twitter User Data

Written by SHIRA OVIDE, Published on WSJ

Twitter Inc. on Friday said it had detected “sophisticated” unauthorized attempts to access information from the short-messaging service used by more than 200 million people.

Samsung Unveils Super Bowl Ad, as LeBron James Joins Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd

Written by Tim Nudd, Published on Adweek

The finished ad, created by 72andSunny and directed by Jon Favreau, will air during the fourth quarter of Sunday’s broadcast.

PlayStation ‘Orbis’ Rumors: Game Recording, Controllers, and Speeds!

Written by David Murphy, Published on PC Magazine

It’s all but officially confirmed that Sony will be revealing its next-generation PlayStation console – codename “Orbis – at a February 20 event in New York City.

DUIs patrols continue on Super Bowl Sunday, but arrests on decline

Published on NWI.com

Super Bowl Sunday — once considered a night with a high number of drunken drivers on the road — has become much like any other night, according to local police officials.

Google Glass uses human skull to transmit sound

Published on The Telegraph

Google Glass, the web giant’s augmented reality spectacles, create sound by sending vibrations directly through the wearer’s skull, it’s been revealed.

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