Samsung Factory Carbon Dioxide Leak Kills Worker

A carbon dioxide leak in a Samsung plant in southern Seoul has killed one of its workers, according to Korean news agency Yonhap News. Read More >>

Quentin Tarantino Cancels His Next Film After Script for The Hateful Eight Leaks

You hear of movies leaking before they've hit cinemas all the time. But it's far more rare for a freshly printed script to fall into the wrong hands. But that's what's happened to Quentin Tarantino's new western The Hateful Eight. He's pissed -- so much so that the film has now been shelved. Read More >>

Nexus 5 Leaks Again for 'Pre-Registration' With a Full Spec List

Stop me if you've heard this before but... the Nexus 5, probably the most anticipated Android phone right now, popped up on the Internets before it was officially announced. In fact, it looks like the Nexus 5 has revealed its full spec list too. Can't we just start buying this phone already, Google Read More >>

Oops! Unannounced Sonos Play:1 Speaker Shows Up in a Retail Store

Last month, we learned via FCC filing that Sonos was brewing up the Sonos Play:1, a new, smaller wireless speaker. Sonos still hasn't said anything official about it, but that hasn't stopped it from showing up on Target shelves. Read More >>

Fukushima Has Been Leaking Radioactive Water into the Pacific (Again)

Officials from the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) have announced that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has been leaking radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean again. Read More >>

Sony Mobile Promises to Cut Down on Leaks...Via a Leaked Poster

Clearly a bit annoyed by the way the new Xperia Z1 was leaked all over the internet for months before its actual announcement, Sony's mobile group is attempting to crack down on leaks coming from the company. Which it's doing via a poster campaign. Which has leaked. Oh the irony. Read More >>

Did Google Leak the Next Nexus Phone?

Well, would you look at that. In Google's unveiling video of the new KitKat statue of Android, a mysterious Nexus phone appears in the hands of a Googler taking a picture of said KitKat statue. It doesn't look like any Nexus phone we've ever seen; the Nexus logo is horizontal, the camera seems significantly larger and the size and finish looks completely different from the Nexus 4. Read More >>

Android 4.3 Leaked for Nexus 4, Nearly Fully Working

A version of Android 4.3 has come out of Google via slightly odd means, thanks to a Google staff member selling a Nexus 4 with a near-final version of the OS update onboard. The code's been extracted and released and, bar a missing radio, would appear to be a virtually complete version of the next version of Android. If you'd like to give it a whirl, all you need can be found over at Android Police. [Android Central via MoDaCo] Read More >>

The International Space Station Is Leaking Ammonia

Earlier today, astronauts on the International Space Station spotted "small white flakes" floating away from the ISS and into space. NASA and the Expedition 35 crew on the ISS have figured out that those white flakes are ammonia and that the rate of ammonia leaking from the space station is increasing. Hmm. That can't be good, right? Read More >>

Windows Blue, A.K.A the Next Windows OS, is Leaked Online

A leaked copy of Microsoft's latest Blue OS—its rumoured incremental Windows upgrade—is spreading, and shows an increased focus on personalisation including new Live Tile arrangements on the Start Screen, a Snap View for side-by-side apps, and new colour choices. Read More >>

Leak Reinforces Rumours of "Always Connected" Future Xbox

A new leak seems to reinforce claims that Microsoft's next-generation "Durango" Xbox will require mandatory game installation and have an "always on, always connected" internet policy. Read More >>

Guinness World Record Ruins Christmas With Secret Santa Data Splurge

Another day, another information leak, this time coming from an unlikely source, the Guinness World Records. Redditgift users bagged the largest ever 'Online Secret Santa' record, last Christmas, with 30,250 users in 115 countries.  Soon after hearing the good news, Redditors were allowed to apply for a certificate for a nominal fee, not knowing that their collective Christmases were about to be, err, ruined. Read More >>

Xbox 720 Within 18 Months, Confirmed By a Microsoft Job Advert

Looks like Microsoft's let slip that the Xbox 720 will be with us within a year and a half. A job opening within Microsoft's marketing team actually states that Microsoft will be rolling out a new version of the Xbox within 18 months. Time to get saving your pennies. Read More >>

Check Out the Sony Xperia T Strutting Its Unreleased-Stuff

Sony's latest round of Xperia phones have well, been not too bad, and it looks like Sony have got another one to add to the collection. The Xperia T, which may have been spotted before as the Xperia Mint, looks to be Sony's next phone out after the divorce with Ericsson; it looks quite the catch. Read More >>

Yahoo Manages to Leak Private Security Key With New Chrome Extension

Yahoo has just released its Axis extension—a visual search tool that links across desktop and mobile devices—but sadly, there's a hitch. During the release, Yahoo managed to leak a private security key in its Chrome version, that could allow anyone to create malicious plugins masquerading as official software. Oops. Read More >>

T-Mobile Accidentally Leaks Customer Emails to 1,099 New Friends

T-Mobile inadvertently provided 1,099 customers with a whole bunch of new friends by emailing customers' email addresses to each other. The gaff saw everyone on T-Mobile's Hothouse mailing list get acquainted whether they liked it or not, followed by several attempted email recalls and finally, a sheepish apology. Read More >>


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