HTC Thunderbolt Now Available

It’s the Thunderbolt. It’s $249.99 on a 2-year agreement. It uses a 4.3-inch WVGA Super LCD screen, 1GHz Qualcomm processor, 8 megapixel camera for 720p HD video recording, 768MB of RAM, Android 2.2 with the newest Sense UI, front-facing camera, and the insane 4G LTE download and upload speeds. However, if the $249.99 is expensive to you, Wirefly will be selling the Thunderbolt for $199.99 and Amazon Wireless has it at a mere $179.99. Your choice, Commander. Via: Verizon, Wirefly, Amazon Wireless

Mozilla: Don’t Forget About Us, Firefox 4 Launching March 22nd

In a land dominated by Chrome 10 and IE9 fresh out of the coding labs of both Google and Microsoft, respectively, comes Mozilla and its Firefox. To put it in my own wording, Mozilla doesn’t let us forget that Firefox 4 is coming, and that the Release Candidate 1 seems very bug-free, so a release is scheduled for March 22nd. Should any errors arise at the last minute, a Release Candidate 2 would be released and a new release date would be communicated with the community. In the meantime — wait till the 22nd for Firefox 4, if you are so inclined, or required. Via: Firefox 4 Release Announcement

The Motorola Xoom WiFi Costs: $599, Disappointment Ensues

Come on, Moto. On the other side of the tech world, we have the iPad 2, a successful and worthy tablet to crush the competition, and on the other side, the Motorola Xoom, a cool powerhouse tablet with potential. Could you at least price your WiFi at a price people would understand (and would be competitive), say, $500 like the iPad 2?

No. The $600 WiFi Xoom will be available at Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam’s Club, Staples and Walmart on March 27th. The specs are the same, sans 3G and 4G radios, which are a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with 720p HD video recording,2 megapixel front-facing camera, and a 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution. Press release in the usual place: after the break.

Adobe Issues Security Warning To All Users Of Flash, Patch Incoming

The average amount of posts on LaptopMemo has gone down. Why? Because there isn’t enough great news to share. But, not at the moment. A fresh new report, is available for your scrutiny below.

Everybody run! Adobe has issued a security exploit warning for Flash on all platforms that it actually works on. The same exploit which can cause crashes and exploits of a user’s system is found in both Acrobat and Reader. A fix is coming early next week, so in the meantime, enjoy your imminent doom of crashes or compromising of your system. Via: Adobe

HTC Thunderbolt Finally Outed At $249.99 On March 17th

This is about time, you know. After months of Verizon keeping the Thunderbolt in a merry-go-round of possible release dates, the Thunderbolt will launch n the 17th of March for $249.99. 4G LTE speeds are 12MBps down and 5MBps up, and if $20 is added oto your monthly bill, Wireless Hotspot to up to eight different devices. A 32GB microSD card is in included to keep the 4.3-inch WVGA screen company, and unlimited 4G LTE data is priced at $29.99. Get ready for Thursday, because a storm is coming (or so it seems). PR is after the jump.