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  • How-Tos: Get the Most From Your Netflix Streaming Subscription

    So you’ve decided to get Netflix. Smart move: Even with last year’s notorious price hikes, the company’s Unlimited Streaming service is a ridiculously good deal at $7.99 per month. You get commercial-free movies and TV shows, with no limits on viewing, streamed to just about any device you prefer--smartphone, tablet, game console, set-top box, and so on.

  • News: Nikon Refreshes Entire Coolpix Line With Nine New Cameras

    Nikon flipped over its whole lineup of Coolpix point-and-shoots today, introducing nine new models to replace and augment the company's 2011 offerings. Leading the charge in features (and price) are the 42X-optical-zoom Nikon Coolpix P510 and the low-light-friendly Nikon Coolpix P310, the latter of which offers a maximum aperture of F1.8.

  • How-Tos: How to Manage Twitter Accounts That Have Multiple Users

    If multiple users staff your company's Twitter account, coordinating updates can s become complicated and confusing. Twitter thankfully allows you to stay logged in at more than one location so that multiple employees can manage your Twitter feed at the same time. Still, without tools to track what's being posted, employees may tweet the same news multiple times, or worse, respond to direct messages from Twitter followers or @replies with multiple answers that annoy your customers.

  • News: Sarah Palin hacker loses appeal against evidence deletion

    The former college student imprisoned for hacking the email account of Sarah Palin has had his appeal against the charge on which he was convicted rejected by a US court.

  • News: Apple releases Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3

    Apple has today launched Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3, what it describes as a "significant update" to its professional video editing app.

  • News: T-Mobile Caters to Small Business with New Services

    T-Mobile may be a distant fourth in the wireless carrier race, but it’s scrappy. Bouncing back after its proposed acquisition by AT&T crumbled, T-Mobile is aggressively courting small business customers with a variety of services.

  • News: Cisco Ethernet switches make big leap to 40/100G

    Cisco this week unveiled significant extensions to both of its major switching lines with the addition of 40/100G Ethernet capabilities.

  • News: Cisco Aironet 3600 access point boosts tablet performance

    Cisco has today announced a new wireless access point, the Aironet 3600 Series, which the company claims is the industry’s first three spatial stream 802.11n access point with a fourth antenna.

  • News: TeenAgree keeps tabs on teenaged drivers

    Appmosphere has developed its share of business-to-business apps for the iOS platform. But CEO Laura Ooley concedes that there’s something personal about the developer’s TeenAgree app, which was on display in the Mobile Apps Showcase at last week’s Macworld | iWorld. In addition to co-owning their app development firm, Ooley and her husband are also parents to nine kids, two of whom are old enough to drive cars. So there’s an extra incentive to make sure that TeenAgree delivers on its promise of helping teenaged drivers make good decisions behind the wheel.

  • News: The business of making apps for your business

    Have a business and want to tap into the burgeoning market for mobile apps? Kyle Richter, iOS developer and founder of Dragon Forged Software, discussed how entrepreneurs can expand their business with apps during a tech talk at last week’s Macworld | iWorld event.

  • News: Is the Use of Sites Like MegaUpload Sinking the Arts Ship? Not So Fast, Says New Advocate Study

    From the dramatic MegaUpload takedown to draconian legislation like SOPA, it is easy to assume that commercial art profits (such as from album sales) are a sinking ship.

  • News: Apple 'shopping for TV components'

    Apple's plans to create a smart TV look to be continuing in earnest with one analyst claiming that the company is currently shopping around for components.

  • News: Microsoft Turns the Tables on Google with Ad Campaign

    Google started with one nemesis and a simple mantra. It set out to knock Microsoft off its pedestal, and to “do no evil”. Google has grown into the same type of tech giant it set out to destroy, though, and changes in its privacy policies and practices are giving Microsoft an opportunity to turn the tables with a new ad campaign.

  • News: Ace Attorney 5 Will Have its Day in Court

    Phoenix Wright and his famous finger are returning at long last! Nearly five years have passed since the last mainline Ace Attorney game was released in Japan, but Capcom has finally announced that Ace Attorney 5 is in development, Andriasang reports.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S III Won't be Unveiled at Mobile World Congress

    The successor of the Galaxy S II Android smartphone won’t be introduced at the Mobile World Congress conference at the end of the month. Instead, Samsung plans to unveil the device at a separate event in the first half of the year, the company said in a statement to The Verge.

  • News: Foxconn to build five Brazil plants - report

    Foxconn plans to build five new plants in Brazil that will produce iPads as well as other tablet PCs, a report has claimed.

  • News: Apple urged to make iPhone 5 'ethically'

    A human rights group is urging Apple to ensure that the next-generation iPhone is manufactured 'ethically' in the wake of reports about working conditions in the company's supply chain.

  • News: Kelihos botnet, once crippled, now gaining strength

    A botnet that was crippled by Microsoft and Kaspersky Lab last September is spamming once again and experts have no recourse to stop it.

  • News: For Sony's new CEO, a big challenge is in your living room

    Sony's new CEO faces a myriad of problems -- stemming massive losses, snatching the momentum back from deep-pocketed rivals, unifying his firm's diffuse businesses across the globe -- but one of his main priorities is your living room.

  • How-Tos: Five Mac keyboard shortcuts you should set up now

    Computers excel at repetitive tasks. So why are you opening the same menus and submenus, looking for the same commands again and again?



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