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  • News: Six security vulnerabilities addressed in OpenSSL

    Versions 1.0.0f and 0.9.8s of the popular OpenSSL library, released this week, address six security flaws, including one that allows DTLS (Datagram Transport Layer Security) communications to be decrypted.

  • News: 5 LinkedIn Tips for Career Success in 2012

    When 80 percent of people reportedly don't know how to use LinkedIn properly, a New Year's resolution is born.

  • News: U.S. report sees perils to America's tech future

    The ability of the U.S. to compete globally is eroding, according to a Commerce Department report released Friday that described itself as a "call to arms."

  • News: Windows 8 Reset and Refresh: Microsoft's New Ways to Restore Your PC

    You've got to respect Microsoft for making a big deal out of Windows 8's reset and refresh features. Useful as they are, the main reason these features exist is because sometimes, PCs can go haywire.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Live long and prosper

    The iPhone 4S lives to fight another day in Italy, iAd may gain new life thanks to a fresh face, and the lifelike Steve Jobs figure may never see the light of day. The remainders for Thursday, January 5, 2012 are alive! Aliiiiiiiiive!

  • News: Hacker group threatens to release Symantec AV source code

    Symantec is investigating an Indian hacking group's claims that it accessed source code used in the company's flagship Norton Antivirus program.

  • News: The First Next-Gen Wi-Fi Chips Arrive

    Wi-Fi is getting faster--again. Today Wi-Fi chipmaker Broadcom announced its first chips based on the coming 802.11ac standard, the successor to today’s 802.11n Wi-Fi. Products based on 802.11ac are expected to begin appearing late this year, delivering improved coverage and theoretical speeds up to twice those offered by the fastest 802.11n gear.

  • News: Nikon's new D4 flagship DSLR designed for enhanced low-light shooting

    With the debut of the Nikon D4, Nikon has introduced its new flagship, full-frame DSLR camera. At 16.2 megapixels, this high-end professional model improves on the speed and accuracy of its predecessors by boosting image quality and low-light capability, adding full HD 1080p video recording to the mix, and offering a multitude of new features. Here are the highlights.

  • News: Mobile Technology Will Dominate Everything

    At this year's CES, tablets will get cheaper, laptops will get thinner, and cameras will become more like phones. Apps will be everywhere, including in cars. And Microsoft's phone-inspired Windows 8 will edge closer to release.

  • News: Ramnit / ZeuS Hybrid Compromises 45,000 Facebook Accounts: What You Should Know

    Facebook users should be on alert. An old worm has learned some new tricks, and is spreading through the social network compromising accounts and possibly gaining access to financial information. Seculert claims that logon credentials from over 45,000 Facebook accounts have been stolen so far.

  • News: O2 brings free Wi-Fi to London

    Millions of residents and visitors to London will be able to access free Wi-Fi with the help of O2.

  • Opinion: Gaze Lets You Control Windows 8 Just by Looking

    Pretty soon, you may find yourself launching programs and controlling apps with your eyes. The mad-genius team at Tobii managed to create a Gaze Interface for Windows 8 that lets you interact with your computer using nothing more than, well, your gaze.

  • News: Android smartphones link to new Samsung TV

    With ever-thinner screens and 3D technology failing to excite consumers much, TV maker Samsung has come up with a new gimmick to shift sets – turn them into hubs for smartphones and tablets.

  • News: Is Siri Really a Data Hog on iPhone 4S?

    Users of the iPhone 4S download almost three times more data than iPhone 3GS owners, a study from network firm Arieso shows, placing the blame on Siri, the voice-enabled assistant exclusive to Apple’s latest smartphone. Even compared to iPhone 4 owners, iPhone 4S users are the hungriest, using twice as much data -- but is Siri really to blame?

  • News: Mobile fragmentation drives HTML5 adoption: Kony

    HTML5 looks set for rapid growth in 2012, driven by the need for cross-platform development as a result of increasing mobile market fragmentation, according to new research by Kony.

  • News: Four cities getting Sprint LTE in first half of 2012

    Attention residents of Atlanta, Houston, San Antonio and Dallas: You will soon have three LTE carriers to choose from.

  • News: PicFrame for iPhone and iPad

    PicFrame by Active Development is a simple and easy-to-use app that lets you create and share customized photo collages. While PicFrame is certainly not the only photo-framing app around, its usability and emphasis on sharing make it stand out.

  • News: Windows 8 to feature 'push button' OS reset

    Windows 8 users will be able to completely restore the operating system and all its apps in a few minutes using a new ‘refresh’ feature, Microsoft has revealed

  • News: Nikon Mystery Camera Sparks D800 CES Speculation

    Is Nikon cooking up a DSLR surprise for the Consumer Electronics Show, which starts Tuesday, to sit alongside the recently announced Nikon D4 full-frame DSLR? That's what some Nikon watchers are wondering after the company's German site briefly put up a banner image of Nikon's professional DSLR lineup including the D4 and a never before seen camera.

  • News: CES 2012: Top Rumors, Leaks, and Teases (So Far)

    With the Consumer Electronics Show starting Tuesday, every major device manufacturer is getting ready to show off their latest wares to gadget fans and tech press in Las Vegas. As is typical before the year's biggest tech extravaganza, the Web is currently inundated with leaks, rumors and teaser videos about this year's coolest and most anticipated products at CES. We already know expect lots of Ultrabooks, Intel's newest class of super thin laptops; devices running the latest flavor of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich; and super thin HDTVs. But those are just the general categories, so here's a look at 15 products that are expected to debut in Las Vegas next week.



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