Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories, downloads, and tips that we have collected over the last few days, but never got around to writing about. Don’t forget to send in your own tips, or just leave a comment on this page if you think you’ve got something we should include.


VirustotalVirusTotal Acquired by Google
VirusTotal has always been one of my favorite sites because you can have it scan a file for a virus using dozens of different antivirus apps. Google acquired the site last week, and VirusTotal says that they will continue to operate independently.

Nokia lumia 920 sample photoReal Nokia Lumia 920 Sample Photos
The Verge has been able to put skeptics to rest who questioned the quality of the image stabilization in the Nokia Lumia 920. The PureView lens makes an obvious difference especially when shooting night shots.

Kindle fire hdAmazon’s New Kindle Lineup
Amazon released a bunch of new Kindles last week including a 7-inch and a 8.9-inch HD tablet that start at $199 and $299, respectively. The original Kindle Fire has been equipped with more memory and a faster processor, and is now just $160.

Fbi logoHackers Release 1 Million iOS UDIDs Obtained from FBI Laptop
The Antisec hacker group released over 1 million iOS UDIDs last week, which they say came from an FBI laptop. There are over 11 million more that they have not yet released. Some of the UDIDs also include names, cellphone numbers, addresses, and more.

Valve logoValve Looking to Create Its Own Hardware
Valve indirectly said that they are getting into creating their own hardware thanks to a job listing for an “Industrial Designer” whom they say will be used to combat the “lack of innovation in the computer hardware space”.

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Windows 8 multi monitorWindows 8 Multi-Monitor Support
This is a nice guide on the better multi-monitor support that was added to Windows 8.

AudacityBest Audio Editing Applications
Lifehacker takes a look at some of the best audio editing apps. For me Audacity is one of my favorites since it is both free and open source.