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  • News: Google suspends Realtime search after Twitter deal ends

    Google's Realtime search engine that allowed web users to trawl status updates, messages and other public content from sites like Twitter and Facebook, has been suspended after the deal with Twitter came to an end.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S2 sales top 3 million

    Samsung said it sold more than 3 million of its Galaxy S2 smartphone in just 55 days since its launch in late April. The company claims it has sold around 19 million smartphones in total during the past quarter, capturing around 17 percent of the world smartphone market.

  • News: Toshiba Unveils Glasses-Free 3D Laptop

    Toshiba has introduced the Qosmio F750, the world's first 3D laptop that doesn't require special glasses for watching movies or playing games in 3D. Like the Qosmio T851/D8CR model Toshiba announced in April, the Qosmio F750 can also do simultaneous 2D and glasses-free 3D on its 15.6-inch display. I haven't checked out the laptop myself, but early reviews indicate that Toshiba's glasses-free 3D actually works very well.

  • News: The Neverhood Mobile

    1996's bizarre claymation adventure The Neverhood, originally published by Dreamworks Interactive, may be on its way to iOS and Android devices.

  • News: Kenyan developer who tried making Gmail faster

    Google recently launched their social networking site, Google+. Twitter and mailing lists like Skunkworks have been abuzz with people requesting for invites from those lucky enough to have received invites and joined the service.

  • News: How to prep your Mac for Lion

    Now that Lion has attained "golden master" status, it may be just days before Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7.

  • News: Skype relaunches Android app after flaws found in original

    Skype has launched an update to its video calling app for Android devices only months after a security flaw was discovered in an earlier version of the application.

  • News: Bad IT management habits: Break them before they break you

    Every worker develops a few bad habits -- maybe more than a few -- as the years on the job add up. IT pros are no exception: They lose focus or jump to conclusions or put off niggling tasks that could be finished in minutes.

  • News: Google+ app submitted to Apple for approval

    Google has asked Apple to approve an app that will allow iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users to access its Google + social network from their devices.

  • News: Fox News Twitter Account Hacked, Reports President's Death

    An official Fox News Twitter account falsely reported that President Barack Obama had been assassinated after hackers gained access to the account early Monday. The phony messages were posted to the Fox News Politics Twitter account sometime before 2:30 a.m. Eastern Monday and were still live more than five hours later. The account has more than 33,000 followers. A group calling itself the Script Kiddies claimed responsibility for the hack, according to The Next Web.

  • Opinion: WinPatrol Keeps Watch Over Your PC--And It's Still Free

    WinPatrol, the handy security utility that serves as a virtual guard dog is back in its 2011 version. The update adds little in the way of new marquee features, but WinPatrol (free) remains an incredibly useful way to monitor the programs running on your PC--especially those that attempt to make any changes to it.

  • Opinion: Play With an Online Simulator to Learn Camera Settings

    Modern digital cameras make photography so simple that it seems like you just need to press the shutter release to take a good photo. While that might be true for snapshots, there are many situations in which a little knowledge of photography goes a long way to helping you get a better picture. Have you ever wanted to really understand how all the variables--focal length, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, and so on--contribute to your photos? A while ago, I explained how you can use a simple point-and-shoot camera like a photo laboratory to experiment with exposure settings, but this week I've got something even cooler: a Web site that simulates the operation of a digital SLR. You can use it to tweak the settings and see the results instantly.

  • How-Tos: Make Business Brochures That Stand Out

    Once you've created great business cards, it's time to make brochures to show off your company. Brochures let you showcase your business--your products or services and your purpose. They hold more information than do business cards, so you can include additional contact information. Instead of including only your usual social media handles for Twitter and Facebook, for instance, consider adding a link to your Yelp page.

  • How-Tos: Create Essential Print Materials for Your Business

    Social media and online networking may be all the rage, but that doesn't mean you should neglect your small business's print presence.

  • How-Tos: Make a Professional Letterhead

    A professional-looking letterhead can make all the difference in how your business is perceived. If you do a lot of work with clients, branded stationery will streamline your communication and help your business look all the more professional.

  • News: MPs detail serious concerns on government IT strategy

    The coalition government’s IT strategy, introduced in March, lacks any proper delivery plan or a baseline against which progress can be effectively measured.

  • News: IT can drive profits, not just savings, says HPC expert

    IT departments can help companies increase their revenue and profits, not just cut costs and make efficiency savings, according to high performance computing (HPC) the CEO of Maxeler Technologies.

  • News: Games Praised by UK Education Secretary

    The UK's Education Secretary Michael Gove has praised the "huge potential" that games hold for boosting science and math teaching.

  • News: Carpe Fulgur's Third Project

    Carpe Fulgur, localization team behind Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale and the upcoming Chantelise, has announced its third project.

  • News: Uncharted 3 Beta Open for All

    If you haven't yet got in on the Uncharted 3 beta -- or you forgot to activate your Welcome Back PS+ subscription -- it's now open for everyone.



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