Technology – 11 January 2013

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile will carry BlackBerry 10 phones

Written by Zack Whittaker, Published on ZD Net

The major three U.S. carriers will support BlackBerry 10 when it launches later this month. Is there enough confidence in the market to make the ailing BlackBerry maker a hit once more?

EU Shakes Fist at Google

Written by Rachelle Dragani, Published on Tech New World

Europe’s antitrust chief expressed skepticism about Google’s efforts to placate regulators there.

Apple’s Cook talks ‘cooperation’ with iPhone-less China Mobile

Written by Don Reisinger, Published on CNET

No surprise there: With over 700 million subscribers, China Mobile is the jewel of the country’s wireless industry. And it doesn’t yet offer the iPhone.

US-CERT tells users to disable Java in browsers after exploit

Written by Grant Gross, Published on Computer World

No other ‘practical solution’ to the Java vulnerability exists, the cybersecurity agency says.

Facebook testing $100 charge to message strangers

Written by Craig Lloyd, Published on Slash Gear

Facebook is at it again, folks. The social network giant is testing out yet another new feature, and this time it’s almost too ridiculous to believe. Facebook is testing a new service that charges you $100 to send a message to a stranger. So, instead of having the message land in their “Other” inbox, it will go straight to their main inbox.

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