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  • News: CES 2012 in a nutshell

    As technology conferences go, CES this year reached new heights of stardom, with its own television show on Spike TV and big entertainment names like Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Kelly Clarkson and Ryan Seacrest.

  • News: Beta testers wanted for Mac games in development

    Virtual Programming is calling for volunteers for beta testing games it is developing for the Mac, with free games offered as a reward.

  • News: Do-It-Yourself SOPA Kit Lets You Fight Piracy, Annoy Others

    We're sure that anyone using the Internet (yes, you right there) is well aware of the various SOPA blackouts that have taken over your favorite websites, such as Google, Craigslist, and several other major online companies. Even Wikipedia has taken a stance on this infamous piece of legislation, blacking out their entire English-language site in order to educate viewers. But if you're on the other side of the fence and support SOPA (or just appreciate ironic humor), then you can start censoring people in the real world as early as next month.

  • News: Meet Nissans Self-Healing, Scratch Shield iPhone Case

    Nissan, or any car manufacturer for that matter, is typically not something you'd associate with smartphones. But this week Nissan decided to switch lanes and announce what it claims is the world’s first self-healing iPhone case.

  • News: Alcatel-Lucent, Arbor Networks partner on DDOS mitigation

    Alcatel-Lucent is now offering a router with technology from Arbor Networks that defends against distributed denial-of-service attacks, the two companies said on Wednesday.

  • News: ARM will impact servers in 2014, CEO says

    ARM hopes for a serious impact on the server market starting in 2014 when its 64-bit processor design reaches the market, CEO Warren East said.

  • News: Motorola Xoom tablet owners get to taste Android Ice Cream Sandwich

    Motorola Xoom WiFi edition owners Wednesday are reporting that they have started to receive over the air Android 4.0.3 ("Ice Cream Sandwich") updates to their tablet computers (Motorola's owners' forum website hadn't quite caught up with this when we checked Wednesday morning.)

  • News: Motorola confirms Wi-Fi Android upgrade for Xoom

    Motorola Mobility has confirmed the Android Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade to the Xoom Wi-Fi tablet will arrive over-the-air via Wi-Fi to U.S.-based owners on Wednesday.

  • Opinion: How Do I Install Software from a CD When My Laptop Lacks a CD Drive?

    Recently I became the mostly happy owner of an HP Pavilion dm1z. I say “mostly happy” because I wasn’t thrilled with its performance. To give the system a boost, I decided to swap the pokey 5,200-rpm hard drive with a speedy Solid State Drive (SSD).

  • News: Hackers Steal $6.7 Million in Cyber Bank Robbery

    The first major cybercrime of 2012 has taken place in South Africa, with hackers made off with about $6.7 million from Postbank, which is state-owned and part of the South African post office.

  • Opinion: Play Angry Birds Chrome in Your PC's Web Browser

    Getting too much work done? If so, fire up your Web browser and head over to chrome.angrybirds.com. This is where you can play Chrome Angry Birds, the browser-based version of Angry Birds. It's just as addictive and as fun as the mobile version. And that's why your productivity will end here.

  • News: Amazon Web Services launches managed database service

    Amazon Web Services on Wednesday launched a managed NoSQL database service that lets users easily launch a database and scale it up or down as needed.

  • News: Romanian NASA hacker gets a three-year suspended prison sentence

    Robert Butyka, a 26-year old Romanian man accused of hacking into multiple NASA servers, received a three-year suspended prison sentence on Tuesday after admitting his guilt.

  • News: How to Access Wikipedia on SOPA Protest Day

    Wikipedia may be blocking access to the English language version of its site for the next 24 hours to protest the Stop Online Piracy (SOPA) and Protect IP (PIPA) acts but there are still many ways people can get research done.

  • News: Two SOPA Co-Sponsors Drop Support for Bill

    As several prominent websites protest the Stop Online Piracy Act with blackouts, two co-sponsors of the bill have dropped their support.

  • News: New Facebook attack targets e-cash users

    Security firm Trusteer Wednesday said it's identified a new browser-based malware attack against Facebook users that's aimed at stealing money through e-cash payment system Ukash.

  • News: iPhone closes the gap with Android, Nielsen says

    Surprise! It turns out that the iPhone 4S is a pretty popular device.

  • News: CA Technologies revises Clarity interface

    CA Technologies has updated its CA Clarity Project Portfolio Management (PPM) software with a new user interface, one that the company hopes will appeal to a broader set of business users.

  • Opinion: Mass Effect 3 Demo Coming February 14

    Four years and two months, that's how long it's been since Mass Effect ended the hard sci-fi roleplaying drought. Mass Effect 2 followed a couple years later, fixing much of what — despite the game's lovely graphics and D&D-love-letter gameplay — BioWare got wrong with the original. In less than two months, Mass Effect 3 will bring the story of Commander John Shepard (or whatever you named the protagonist) to a close.

  • News: iPhone 4S Helps Apple Close the Gap on Android Dominance

    The iPhone 4S looks like Apple’s catalyst to regain market share in the face of Android’s dominance. Out of those who bought a new smartphone in December, only a minority (2.4 percent) chose Android over the iPhone, according to the latest Nielsen data, helping Apple close the gap on the Android army.



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