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Lenovo Thinkpad TABLET- Leaked!

It looks like some top secret Lenovo information is being leaked out left and right! Just after receiving news about the Thinkpad X1 getting leaked, it appears that our friends at Lenovo are preparing to release a tablet flavor for our computing pleasure.

It looks like this tablet will definitely be powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb, run on a 10.1-inch display (1280 x 800 resolution), and compute on a Tegra 2 processor. The device will be available with up to 64GB of storage and connectivity will be provided via 3G and 4G options.

Lenovo’s X220 Lasts Up To 23 Hours On A Single Charge

Have you ever wanted a laptop that last a few days on a single charge? If the answer is yes, we may just have something for you. Lenovo’s X220 is a 12.1″ laptop that runs on a 1366×768 resolution and weighs under three pounds. The laptop is full featured and contains an a/b/g/n WiFi with Bluetooth connectivity. The device runs on Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit and carries 4GB of memory. The chip is an Intel Core i5 running at 2.5GHz and storage is sufficient with a 320GB hard drive @ 7,200 RPM.

When adding a 6-cell battery slice for an additional $179, users will be able to enjoy an additional ten hours of battery life at the expense of a heavier laptop. This is not the most powerful laptop out there, but it is truly a solid option to business professionals looking to take their computing needs to the next level.

Skilled Romanian Hacker Breaches The European Space Agency

The European Space Agency experienced an interesting way of celebrating it’s anniversary of Apollo 13’s safe return to Earth, by having it’s website hacked. The skilled Romanian hacker, also known as a grey hat hacker goes by the alias, TinKode. TinKode hacked into www.esa.int and leaked a list of FTP accounts, email addresses and passwords for administrators and editors. Exactly thirteen FTP accounts were leaked to coincide with Apollo 13’s mission number.

The hacker also posted a full disclosure of the attack on his security blog, and mentioned some specifics of his target such as the staff number, composition of states, and the ESA’s 2011 budget of 5.65 billion dollars. TinKode didn’t mention how he managed to hack the website, but he was sure to include the ESA’s main server information as well as root, database, admin, editor and FTP accounts.