Amazon may go tablet Video
Amazon may go tablet Video Transcript
-Its Tuesday May 3rd, I'm Mark Licea and its time to get loaded. Amazon could be entering the tablet market. Business insider is reporting that Taiwanese original equipment manufacturers have orders from the online retailer to build a tablet PC. The company has been manufacturing their own Kindle E-Reader for years and with their own apps store just launching plus a flesh out a hardware team, an Amazon tablet sounds good. We have a bit more information on the PlayStation network breach that we reported on yesterday. We know that PlayStation network and curiosity customers were among those at risk of having their personal information obtain, but now Sony says customers of their PC game network Sony online entertainment were also included in the information breach. This is the main credit card data base is in incepted and they assure that it was not compromised and that it is separate from servers running the services like PlayStation network, but information like addresses, birthdays, and names are not encrypted. Sony is creating a new chief security information officer position in PlayStation network's system security is being upgraded. IRM released a new video chat app for the BlackBerry playbook tablet today. It lets playbook owners chat with each other and make one click video calls using Wi-Fi. The service maybe extended to work with other devices in the future. The playbook did not exactly release within a ray of features, but they're working on it. Facebook for the playbook launch today as well. AT&T wants daily deals like Groupon; the company with the worse phone reception wants to create its own discount site. It should launch in a month's time in LA, Atlanta, in Dallas Fort Worth. If you visit yellowpages.com, you will see a $10 credit offer for customers that register today. Right now, big companies like Facebook, Google, and the New York times have their own offering in a daily deal space. And the new Imac are available to order today. The machine comes with Thunderbolt and a FaceTime HD cameras. They are equipped with Intel second gen quad-core i5 and i7 CPU known as Sandy Bridge. Model starts at $11.99 for the 21.5 inch and go to $19.99 for the 27 inch. That's the new for today, I'm Mark Licea for CNET and you've just been loaded.
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