AT&T Breach, Xbox 360 Slim and Google Voice

AT&T Breach, Xbox 360 slim released, Google voice, and more  Adobe vulnerabilities

Show Notes

  • Major AT&T security breach as 114,000 iPad owners exposed
  • AT&T’s response
  • E3: Microsoft announces new Xbox 360 ‘Slim’

The specifications are as follows:
•    Touch sensitive buttons – turn the Xbox 360 on/off and eject a disc with the swipe of a finger
•    Whisper quiet – all new much quieter Xbox 360
•    Wi-fi – built in 802.11N for fast connection
•    Hard drive – 250GB internal, swappable hard drive for even more storage
•    Kinect ready – Custom Kinect port on the back of the console that directly hooks up to the Kinect sensor
•    USB slots – Five USB ports, three on the back of the console and two in the front
•    AV connections – AV cable, HDMI, optical audio
•    Power supply – smaller and more efficient
•    Internal changes – fan changed from two small fans to one larger fan. Chipset based on 45 nanometer and integrated CPU/GPU. Wi-fi inbuilt

  • Google Voice goes VoIP in Gmail
  • Microsoft details Windows 7 SP1 plans, public beta end of July
  • Critical vulnerability found in Adobe Flash and Acrobat
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