Nokia’s 1997 game Snake authentically recreated on Windows Phone

There aren’t many mobile phone games from the 1990s that are really worth taking a second look. In fact, the entire market of vintage cell phone games is sorely uninspiring, but there is one that has and always will stand out from its monochromatic brethren. If you had a Nokia phone back in the

3 Ways Social Media Can Put Enterprises at Risk

While the basic risks of social media are well known to most enterprise security managers, there are many dark corners of social media that can be just as dangerous or even more so. Here are three ways that social media can sneak malware and exploits across your corporate firewalls, and ways that you

20 TV Shows With the Most Social Media Buzz This Week [CHART]

Even though President Obama didn’t much address tech or social media during the State of the Union, the event sure stoked the social media chann…

Panasonic adds Lumix DMC-TS4 and DMC-TS20 to ruggedized camera line

Panasonic has helped lead the market for ruggedized cameras, which have been a hit among adventurous photographers for years, and now the company has two new additions to add to its water/shock/freeze/dustproof cam line. Described as "the optical outdoor companion," the Lumix DMC-TS4 is Panasonic’s new

Panasonic introduces Lumix DMC-ZS20 and ZS15 compact superzoom cameras

We’ve seen Panasonic’s 2012 lineup of ruggedized and entry-level point-and-shoot cameras, but now the Japanese-based manufacturer is unleashing a pair of compact "Traveler Zoom" cams to the 2012 mix. The Lumix DMC-ZS20 and ZS15 include 20x (24-480mm) and 16x (24-384mm) optically stabilized zoom lenses,

Panasonic announces pricing for entry-level Lumix CES point-and-shoots

Panasonic’s slew of low-end Lumix point-and-shoots may have slid in under your radar during CES, but now the Japanese camera maker is back to refresh your memory — this time with pricing and availability in tow. We’ll outline the models just below, which are all set to ship in March, but feel free to

Twitter CEO: We’re Not Censoring the Internet

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo took the stage at AllThingsD‘s media conference in Laguna Nigel, CA, Monday evening to defend the company’s…

Harmonix game in the works for Xbox Live, PSN, and Facebook?

The guys at Harmonix are fairly occupied working on continuous downloadable content for Dance Central, but apparently there is something else in the works for the music game moguls. Brian Chan, who was the senior designer for Rock Band 3, has mentioned on his own public resume that he has begun working

T-Mobile Plans To Limit Domestic Data Roaming On April 5

If you tend to play on the magenta network, a leaked document out of T-Mobile may require your attention.

According to TmoNews, the carrier will impose new rules for domestic data roaming on April 5. Instead of the unlimited data goodness you’ve likely grown accustomed to, the carrier will cut you

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet will get Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

In case you’ve been wondering what happened to Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades to Android-powered tablets, Lenovo has confirmed it will release an update to the ThinkPad Tablet in the second quarter of 2012. Asus’s Transformer Prime device has been the only upgraded tablet so far and it’s