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  • Opinion: Cinetics Puts the Motion Back in Your Videography Ocean

    If you're tired of getting sea-sick from watching your home videos, and you're looking for a cheap alternative to a dolly system, you're going to want to keep your eyes on the CineSkates project that has recently received funding on Kickstarter. The CineSkates system is built to attach to a GorillaPod Focus tripod, and gives the tripod system wheels for the first time.

  • News: Verizon LTE net will cover 185M people by yearend, says CTO

    Verizon CTO David Small today estimated that Verizon's LTE network will cover 185 million people by the end of the year, according to Frost & Sullivan analyst Ronald Gruia.

  • News: EA launches Madden 12 for iPad and iPhone

    If you love American football, but hate the idea of physically enduring all that running around and tackling, there's always been Madden NFL, the video game football simulator that's been releasing iterative updates annually since 1988. And if you prefer your video-game football with a heavy helping of multitouch gestures, you've been able to play Madden on your iOS device since 2009's Madden 10. On Tuesday, Electronic Arts released its latest iteration of the game for iOS: Madden 12.

  • Opinion: Manage Your Network Bandwidth with Kerio Control 7.2

    There are a variety of demands on network bandwidth, but some are much more mission critical than others for small and medium businesses. Kerio has updated its Kerio Control UTM (Unified Threat Management) platform to include bandwidth management and quality of service capabilities that let businesses ensure that important network traffic is given priority.

  • News: Java founder Gosling leaves Google for startup

    After just a few months at search giant, Gosling is taking a chief software architect position at Liquid Robotics

  • News: Nintendo Reveals 10 Free 3DS Ambassador Games

    So, if you were one of the lucky few to buy a full-price 3DS (or you took advantage of the numerous early price drops), you're eligible for Nintendo's Ambassador Program (aka, "we're sorry we dropped the price so quickly after launch, please don't hate us" program).

  • News: Free Time-Savers: Keyboard Shortcut Apps, Taskbar Pinner

    Remember last time, when I said readers were smarter than me? That's still true, but it turns out I'm not so dumb after all--just forgetful.

  • News: Cisco, NEC team up on LTE networks

    Cisco Systems and NEC will jointly sell LTE networks to carriers under a deal announced on Tuesday.

  • News: Dead Island Prequel Comic Available Digitally Now

    Games and comics are a good match for each other. There's often a lot of crossover between enthusiasts of both media, and there have been a number of successful "extended universe" publications on game-related properties in the past. The latest to join the fray is Deep Silver's Dead Island, which gets a prequel comic from Marvel today.

  • Opinion: NSA, AT&T Warrantless Wiretapping Case Set for Court

    Two cases involving widespread warrantless wiretapping of U.S. citizens by the National Security Agency will face a major hurdle Wednesday in a federal appeals court in Seattle. A procedural hearing will be held to determine whether actions by the NSA and AT&T, which cooperated with the agency, can be challenged in court.

  • News: What We're Reading from the Sept. 1 Issue of CIO Magazine

    The Innovator's DNA

  • Opinion: Microsoft Windows 8: Here's What We Know So Far

    Details about Windows 8, Microsoft's newest operating system expected in 2012, have been leaking out thanks largely to Microsoft previews and a stream of blog posts on the company's Building Windows 8 blog.

  • News: CEOs Brace for the Return of Shadow IT

    As CEOs press for growth and business leaders find opportunity all around them in today's global economy, an old IT nemesis is back. Shadow or rogue IT is becoming a prominent issue for CIOs once again. And while it's far from new as an IT-management problem, there is now greater risk and complexity involved when business units go rogue and bypass the IT group to set up their own applications, hardware or IT services.

  • News: Why CIOs Still Like DIY Software Development

    One of my daughter's first complete sentences was a toddler's declaration of independence: "I do it self!"

  • News: Google one of many victims in SSL certificate hack

    A Dutch company that issues digital certificates used to authenticate websites said late Tuesday that several dozen other websites in addition to Google have been affected by a security breach.

  • News: Android smartphones surge to 42% share

    Google's Android smartphones surged by 15% in popularity in the U.S., topping out the field with a nearly 42% share, according to a ComScore survey.

  • News: Adobe CreatePDF comes to iOS devices

    Ever since the iPhone and iPad began to pop up in workplaces, apps for reading and annotating PDFs have proliferated. Now Adobe--the company responsible for bringing PDFs to the desktop computing masses--has launched Adobe CreatePDF, an app that lets users create such documents on their iOS device.

  • Opinion: Stretchable OLED Display Is Here

    It seems like flexible electronics are a holy grail of sorts. While futuristic foldable gadgets may still be quite a ways off, but some new developments out of UCLA might bring them just a little closer to reality.

  • News: Breached SSL certificate authority suspends sales

    After being dumped as a trusted SSL certificate authority by Microsoft and Google browsers, Dutch CA DigiNotar has suspended its sale of certificates.

  • News: Google, OpenDNS deploy DNS tweak for faster browsing

    Nearly 40 million Internet users will experience faster Web browsing starting today, thanks to a protocol tweak being deployed by Google, OpenDNS and several content delivery networks that allows them to more precisely serve up content from the nearest available server.



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