The leaking of Microsoft's Windows phone 8, The Android Marketplace now has a bouncer, and Mint has a flashy new app for Android tablets
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- Leaked Windows Phone 8 Vid: Windows 8 Kernel and Integration, Multiple Cores: An internal video highlighting Windows Phone 8 has leaked. Even so, the phone seems as if it will boast a wide array of useful features. [Ars Technica]
- Google Gets a Bouncer to Patrol Malware in the Android Market: Fed up with malware attacks via the Android Marketplace, Google has designed a "Bouncer" to get rid of apps containing malware. [ReadWriteWeb]
- Mint App for Android Updated with a Tablet-Optimized Interface, Lets You See How Broke You are On a Bigger Screen: The Android tablet version of Mint has received a facelift, making viewing your finances quickly on the big-screen a snap. [Android Police]
- HTC Acknowledges Some of its Android Devices May Leak Wi-Fi Passwords: Your wi-fi network's biggest flaw may in fact be your HTC Android device, as HTC has admitted that some of its Android devices have the potential to leak wireless passwords. [The Next Web]
- iTunes Match is Ruining the Lives of Customers and Rappers by Censoring Explicit Tracks: iTunes Match is censoring some explicit lyrics without the user's permission by replacing songs with clean versions instead. [Cult of Mac]