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  • Opinion: Localscope for iPhone

    There are any number of apps let you search for nearby businesses on your iOS device but Localscope—a $2 offering from Cynapse—offers two neat twists: aggregation and augmented reality. Unfortunately, the execution falls a bit short.

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    Medion has unveiled the Erazer X6813, a high-end gaming and multimedia laptop.

  • Opinion: Copyright Grinch Pulls 'Friday' YouTube Video

    You don't know what you've got until it's gone -- it rings true for YouTube video sensation Rebecca Black with her viral song Friday. The popular YouTube video, with more than 167 million views, is no longer available due to a copyright claim filed by none other than Rebecca Black.

  • News: iPad case made from kangaroo debuts Down Under

    The next time you hop down to your nearest electronics store to buy a new pouch for your iPad, be aware that it could be made from kangaroo.

  • News: The 100 Best Mac products of the year

    The Macworld Awards, held on Thursday night, brought together the cream of the computer industry. Here’s what we found particularly noteworthy.

  • News: IBM staff call for more transparent pay system

    IBM staff in the UK have called for the IT giant to introduce a more transparent pay system.

  • News: Ericsson creates 100 software jobs

    Ericsson, the technology and telecoms company, has announced plans to expand its research and development facility in Ireland by creating 100 software engineering jobs.

  • Opinion: Panasonic Reveals Ruggedized Android Tablet

    Panasonic joins the long list of notebook manufacturers getting into the tablet game. The company announced it would release its Toughbook Android tablet later this year. What's interesting about Panasonic's offering is that it comes from the Panasonic Solutions Company, a division that focuses on government and enterprise technology. Panasonic bills the tablet as "enterprise-grade Android" and plans for a fourth-quarter release.

  • Opinion: Ubuntu Linux, Day 16: EXT4 vs. NTFS

    The default file system in Windows is NTFS, and the default file system in Ubuntu Linux is EXT4. The purpose of today's 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux post is to try and understand what the difference is, and whether or not you should care.

  • News: Sega Opens New Studio

    In a time when studios are closing down all over the place, Sega has opened a new development team in the UK.

  • News: Donkey Kong '94 Hits Nintendo eShop

    One of the best versions of one of Mario's first adventures has found its way to your Nintendo 3DS via the eShop.

  • News: Senate Committee Votes to Make Illegal Streaming a Felony

    We all agree piracy is bad. But you know what's even worse? Streaming.

  • News: U.S. military sharing secret cyber threat info with defense contractors

    A new U.S. military program shares classified information about cyber threats with defense contractors and their ISPs as part of a stepped up effort to blunt potential cyber attacks, a Department of Defense official announced on Thursday.

  • News: Microsoft, Google and Twitter debate whether HTML5 is "Holy Grail"

    Tech's big hitters debate whether HTML5 is the future and ask if developers should build websites or apps.

  • Opinion: Timer Tab Turns Your Browser Into a Multifunction Clock

    One of the most powerful productivity boosters I know isn't even a matter of technology; it's only a matter of time. By using your awareness of time in a few creative ways, you can prioritize better, solidify your focus, and dominate your deadlines. Timer Tab--a cool little Web app that works with any modern browser--gives you three useful tools for putting time to better use.

  • How-Tos: How to uninstall Internet Explorer 9

    Tech firms such as Microsoft and Apple often release new versions of their software including web browser and office suites. But what happens if you download thelatest version, only to find you preferred its predecessor for whatever reason

  • News: FAQ: No, you can't have Lion

    Next month Apple will ship Lion, giving customers the chance to upgrade to the company's newest edition of Mac OS X. Most customers, but not all.

  • News: US warns of problems in Chinese SCADA software

    Two vulnerabilities found in industrial control system software made in China but used worldwide could be remotely exploited by attackers, according to a warning issued on Thursday by the U.S. Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT).

  • How-Tos: How to customise the browser toolbar in Safari

    The toolbars at the top of your web browser allow you to access actions such as reloading a page, stopping a webpage from loading or even printing a page. It is relatively easy to customise these toolbars to ensure actions you use frequently are displayed and those that you don't often use are removed.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories of the week - 17 June 2011

    It's been a busy week in tech, from rumours about the latest iterations of Apple's iPhone and iPad to a juror being charged with contempt of court for contacting a defendant on Facebook.



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