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This Week’s Hot Deals


Sony Walkman Waterproof MP3 Player

Sony Walkman Waterproof MP3 Player

Your Price: $102.03

Heighten your music-listening experience with the Sony Walkman?« MP3 Player. This MP3 player’s waterproof, wire-free design is built for 8-hour playback wherever your adventure takes you. It stays in-… More Info >

Lenovo IdeaTab 64GB Tablet PC

Lenovo IdeaTab 64GB Tablet PC

Your Price: $404.90

The Lenovo MIIX 2 8′ Windows 8.1 64GB Tablet is a Windows tablet that uniquely combines an 8?ö HD 1280×800 WXGA wide-view display with powerful 1.8GHz Intel?« Atom?Ö Quad Core Processor. The Lenovo MI… More Info >

Zotac Zbox Nettop Computer

Zotac Zbox Nettop Computer

Your Price: $325.73

Enjoy a high-definition computing experience using the Zotac Mini PC. This mini PC utilizes the computing power of its AMD Dual-Core E2-1800 1.70GHz processor for an excellent computing performance. I… More Info >

VL Connect 9 Android Tablet

VL Connect 9 Android Tablet

Your Price: $118.85

Satisfy all your cravings for a spectacular digital entertainment with the Visual Land Connect 9 VL-109-8GB-PRP Internet Tablet. Equipped with a 9′ capacitive multi-touch display, this tablet entertai… More Info >

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Windows 8 Coming In 4 Editions


Microsoft has for the first time revealed specifics about Windows 8 versions and features, confirming that the operating system will come in three, traditional desktop editions and a version built specifically for tablets that run chips based on ARM’s reference design.
Terms of upgrades, users of Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic, and Home Premium will be eligible to upgrade to Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro. Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate users will only be eligible to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro.

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Fast-growing Flashback botnet includes over 600,000 Macs


More than 600,000 Macs have been infected with a new version of the Flashback Trojan horse that’s being installed on people’s computers with the help of Java exploits, security researchers from Russian antivirus vendor Doctor Web said on Wednesday.
Flashback is a family of Mac OS malware that appeared in September 2011. Older Flashback versions relied on social engineering tricks to infect computers, but the latest variants are distributed via Java exploits that don’t require user interaction.