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  1. Thieves allegedly install keyloggers to capture credit cards at Nordstrom

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    A trio of men may have installed keyloggers at a Nordstrom department store in Florida to skim credit card numbers, reports KrebsOnSecurity. According to a police report, the men plugged standard keyloggers into the backs of cash registers and returned to remove them some days later with the alleged intent to use the information to create fake credit cards.

    The keyloggers the thieves used imitate the look and design of PS/2 keyboard connectors, priced ...
  2. Rogers cellphone outage caused by software problem

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    Rogers Communications Inc, Canada's largest wireless phone company, said it restored all wireless voice services and some messaging capabilities after it experienced an outage across the country.

    Rogers Communications says a software problem was responsible for knocking out part of the company's wireless network for several hours on Wednesday evening.

    Chief technology officer Bob Berner said the problem affected network equipment and caused ...
  3. T-Mobile to offer free unlimited international data, texts

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    T-Mobile's latest shake-up puts international roaming rates in its sights, with the carrier eliminating fees for data and text messages entirely in more than 100 countries. It will also simplify the calling rates, charging a fixed rate of 20 cents per minute.

    New and existing T-Mobile customers who are on a post-paid plan are eligible for the new international plan, which kicks off on October 31. The company also introduced a $10 Stateside International ...
  4. AT&T Study: We Should Kill Copper Since You're Not Using It

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    AT&T has been working hard to gut regulations governing traditional phone service so they can exit the landline (DSL & POTS) business in numerous areas and focus on the real money maker: wireless. To do this, they've been going state to state, promising locals a cornucopia of broadband upgrades -- if only locals agree to eliminate all pesky remaining regulations.

    Read more over at Ars Technica and DSLReports.
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