May 26, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment:
Dell Streak Tablet Unveiled: Dell has unveiled its new Streak tablet. The device features a 5-inch screen and will be powered by Google’s Android operating system. While Dell hopes its mini-tablet will give the iPad a run for its money, its size, not much bigger than many smart phones, and its ability to function as a phone may prove the Streak to be more of an Android handset than a true tablet.
New Browser Hack: A member of Firefox’s creative team recently discovered new browser hack he’s calling “Tabnabbing.” It’s a cute name for a nasty trick that hackers could use for identity theft. If you like to use browser plug-ins, make sure you download them from a trusted source. You don’t want your tabs nabbed!
New York HotSpot: AT&T has announced its first free outdoor WiFi hotspot. It’s located at the crossroads of the world in Times Square. Is putting a free WiFi hotspot at one of the busiest locations in the world a good idea? Yep!
Today’s Video — Shelly Palmer Interviews Will Margiloff, CEO/Founder of Innovation Interactive
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