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Jailbreaking Exemption Set to Expire

Jailbreak enthusiasts, who've just downloaded Chronic Dev Team's recent groundbreaking greenpois0n Absinthe software, may have their joy outlived as the protection for jailbreaks granted by the U.S. Copyright Office is set to expire in 2012.

Chinese New Year 2012: Feng Shui Master Warns of Conflict and Natural Disasters in Year of Dragon

The year, however, will not be completely bad. There will be presidential elections in the United States, Russia, Taiwan, France and India, as well as the election of Hong Kong's Chief Executive, he said on the publication. So there will be changes bringing about a new phase to the politics of these countries and this is also a sign of bold progress and reform brought about by the powerful ocean water of the year, he added.

Reports: Samsung Galaxy Note Headed to Verizon and Sprint as 'Galaxy Journal'

A Droid-life report points out that a CDMA/LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note currently does not exist, while the HSPA+/LTE model is globally available. AT&T's version of the Galaxy Note is expected in the coming weeks; however the network operator stopped short of announcements regarding the release date.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Shown at CES 2012? (PHOTO)

Samsung's third generation Galaxy S3 may be completely shrouded in mystery, but for its brief appearance in the company's official video at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, GSM Arena reported.

Zappos' Customer Database Compromised in Security Breach

We've spent over 12 years building our reputation, brand, and trust with our customers, said Hsieh in an apologetic note. It's painful to see us take so many steps back due to a single incident. I supposed the one saving grace is that the secure database that stores our customers' critical credit card and other payment data was not affected or accessed, the CEO added.

Eight Reasons Why Americans are Spooked by Friday the 13th

As per the Mayan calendar, the 13th Baktun which falls on Dec. 21, 2012, is considered the day of the apocalypse. In the Georgian calendar, Friday the 13th is set to appear two more times this year However, whether there's any truth to the superstition can't be said with absolute conviction.

Lenovo K800 Unveiled: Intel-Based Smartphone to Hit China First

The best of Intel computing is coming to smartphones, Otellini told his CES keynote audience.Our efforts with Lenovo and Motorola Mobility will help to establish Intel processors in smartphones and provide a solid foundation from which to build in 2012 and into the future, added the CEO, as per the report.