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  • News: Post-riot, UK government halts talk of social media shutdown

    The U.K. government met on Thursday with technology companies for a post-mortem on the violent riots earlier this month, but made clear from the onset that it was no longer considering shutting down services in times of crisis.

  • News: Jobs Is Out as CEO, But Apple Is Still Apple

    Steve Jobs shocked the tech world yesterday when he announced that he is resigning as CEO of Apple. Apple stock is down, and pundits everywhere are predicting a potentially bleak future for Apple. But, you don't need to rush out and buy batteries, canned goods, and bottled water--this is not the apocalypse. Apple will still be Apple.

  • How-Tos: HDMI vs. Component Video

    A "Comcast gentleman" told Shari26 to replace her HDMI cables with component ones. She asked the HDTV & Home Theater forum for advice.

  • News: Tim Cook's amazing, incredible, magical memo

    Steve Jobs. Tim Cook. New Apple CEO sounds just like the old one.

  • News: The other big resignation: Slashdot creator "CmdrTaco" steps down

    One day after Apple CEO Steve Jobs shook the tech industry by announcing his resignation, Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda rocked the world of tech news by announcing he is leaving the Slashdot website he founded 14 years ago.

  • News: Report: Cook addresses Apple employees via email

    According to Ars Technica, newly appointed CEO Tim Cook rallied the troops on Thursday with an email to the company’s employees, in which he describes joining Apple as “the best decision I’ve ever made” and says he shares “Steve’s optimism for Apple’s bright future.”

  • News: Augere enters east African market through three fronts

    U.K.-based broadband service provider Augere has entered the east African broadband market in Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda, with the largely untapped rural market in Africa becoming more attractive and economically viable to service providers.

  • News: Steve Jobs' resignation - reactions

    Steve Jobs has resigned from his position as CEO at Apple. Macworld takes a look at how the tech industry has reacted to the news.

  • News: HP will continue to support WebOS

    HP has revealed that despite the fact it is discontinuing its tablet PC, the HP TouchPad, the company will continue to support the WebOS platform.

  • News: AMD hires ex-Lenovo exec Rory Read as new CEO

    After months of hunting, Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday said it hired Lenovo executive Rory Read as its new CEO as the chip maker looks to grow in the mobile and server markets.

  • Opinion: Steve Jobs Resigns: 5 Things to Watch For

    Apple cofounder Steve Jobs has stepped down permanently as company CEO, and many observers are asking what's next for the popular technology company now that its visionary leader is gone. Jobs was succeeded by Tim Cook, who has served as Apple's chief operating officer since 1998. Jobs, while no longer CEO, will remain at Apple as the company's board chairman.

  • News: Kenya tells providers to turn off counterfeit mobile phones

    The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has directed mobile phone service providers to switch off all counterfeit handsets from their networks in an attempt to stem a flood of Chinese counterfeit phones.

  • News: Oracle updates APEX application development kit

    Oracle has updated its Application Express tools for quickly building Web applications on top of its database, the company announced Thursday.

  • News: German court upholds Apple injunction on Samsung tablet

    A German court has upheld a preliminary injunction requested by Apple, preventing Samsung Electronics from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet PC in Germany.

  • Opinion: Steve Jobs' legacy in danger

    Mired in ugly courtroom battles now is the worst time for Steve Jobs to quit his job as Apple CEO.

  • News: The Godfather Returns in a Hardcore Facebook Game

    Kabam's upcoming browser-based game lets you work together with friends to establish a dynasty and rise to fame and fortune as a Don in your own right.

  • Opinion: Google+, Day 17: Sorting Circles by "Relevance" Is Flaky

    Over the course of the 30 Days With Google+ series I have steadily acquired more people following me in Google+. Many of those users I know and interact with, and many of them are perfect strangers. I'd like to be able to easily identify the ones I know and add them to my Circles, but the "Relevance" filter in Google+ leaves a little something to be desired.

  • News: US airlines replace pilot flight charts with 11,000 iPads

    Airlines customers have grown used to taking a range of electronic devices on plane flights and now pilots are being allowed to follow suit as part of their jobs.

  • Opinion: Gliffy Snaps Out Spiffy Charts With Ease

    I don't have to make all that many charts in my daily work, but every now and then some project I'm working on demands a quickie flowchart or Venn diagram, and I never seem to have the right software on hand for the job. That's where Gliffy comes in. This handy little web app lets you whip up all kinds of charts on the fly, without forcing you to buy any high-end software to do it.

  • Opinion: GameStop Pulls OnLive Coupons from Game

    GameStop doesn't want you using another online gaming service, there's a surprise, but admitting to "sabotaging" retail copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution? Yep, the company was caught in the act after GameStop employees passed along an official company memo revealing the directive.



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