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  • Opinion: Did Apple Really Lose Another iPhone?

    The Web was buzzing Wednesday with reports that an Apple employee had lost yet another iPhone prototype in a bar. Whether or not this is indeed the case is now less clear, following some additional reporting and investigation.

  • Opinion: 12c Calculator Turns 30; HP Releases Anniversary Edition

    HP has been in technology news for all the wrong reasons lately, what with the on-again, off-again discontinuation of the TouchPad. But despite all the turmoil within HP, its 12c Financial Calculator is celebrating its 30th birthday. To commemorate this milestone, the company has released a special edition version of the calculator.

  • Opinion: Google's Chrome Turns Three: How Fast They Grow

    It's hard to believe it's been only three years since the Google Chrome browser debuted. According to the latest market share statistics from usage-tracking firm Net Applications, Chrome now has 15.51 percent of the desktop browser market--a meteoric rise for an app that entered a crowded market dominated by neighborhood bully Microsoft Internet Explorer.

  • News: Oracle vows to continue IP theft suit against SAP

    A defiant Oracle Thursday vowed to continue its legal battle against rival SAP, saying it will reject a federal Judge's compromise plan.

  • News: New Game in River City Ransom Series Coming to 3DS

    In Japan, it's known as Hot Blooded Tough Guy Kunio-kun. Over here, we know it as Renegade, which happens to be the first game in the well-loved River City Ransom series. And Arc System Works is teaming up with Million to make a new Kunio game for the Nintendo 3DS.

  • News: Red Dead Redemption Myths & Mavericks Bonus Pack Out Sept 13

    As a thank you to all of the fans who supported Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar's Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack will be available on the Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 13th. The pack includes 8 new characters and 11 maps --all free to download and enjoy. Now you can finally play as the unsung heroes of the game, the Laurel and Hardy of the old West, the brave and reliable Deputies Eli and Jonah. Here's hoping that someday Rockstar decides in their infinite wisdom to give these two their own side campaign.

  • News: Star Trek Online Going Free-To-Play

    Considering that the Federation doesn't use money, it seems somewhat fitting that Star Trek Online is going towards the free-to-play model later this year.

  • News: L.A. Noire Developer Team Bondi May Close Down For Good

    While it's not surprising at this point, GamesIndustry.Biz has revealed that Team Bondi, the development studio behind L.A. Noire, is current under "administration" as the company tries to find new investors.

  • News: CIO Alert: Five Cures for What Ails IT

    Your IT department may be armed with bright and ambitious employees, but that doesn't mean the group will be efficient.

  • News: Canadian cableco says no to cellular

    One of Canada's biggest communications companies has turned down the opportunity to take advantage of the CDN$189 million in wireless spectrum it bought to build a new cellular network.

  • Opinion: Toshiba's New Glasses-Free 3D HDTV: Only 8000 Euros!

    Toshiba's 55-inch glasses-free 3D TV is graduating from a trade show parlor trick to a genuine product -- but it'll cost a pretty penny.

  • News: Q&A: Hitachi GST CEO says hard drive future hangs in cloud

    Before the proposed buyout by Western Digital is complete, Hitachi GSTs CEO said the future of its hard drive business rests squarely in the cloud and mobile market.

  • Opinion: Lenovo Announces Stylish 12-inch MacBook Air Competitor

    We've long waited for an affordable Windows alternative to the MacBook Air, and while Lenovo's new IdeaPad U300s looks great, it doesn't appear to be competing on price in the soon-to-be-crowded Ultrabook market. The hardware specs of this 13.3-inch laptop matches the MacBook Air fronts, is arguably thinner, and starts at a reasonable $1200 (about $100 less than the entry-level 13-inch Air). Though the price compares favorably to Apple's ultralight laptop, there are other manufacturers targeting sub-$1000 prices for some Ultrabook models this fall.

  • News: RemoteLink App Finds an Address, Sends It to Your Car

    Think about the time you waste by typing in an address in a car’s GPS navigation system. Instead of driving where you need to go, you must first wade through the different menu prompts required to enter the destination. When running late for an appointment, you might lose typing in an address you've scribbled on a piece of paper or printed out from Google Maps.

  • News: RankMyHack Adds Leaderboards, Achievement Points to Hacking

    Hacking has gone the way of FourSquare and gaming in general by adding scores and leaderboards for who can make the most daring hacks. We're not making this up.

  • News: Nielsen: Android grows, RIM draws attention

    Google's Android OS continues to gain on both Apple iOS and Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform in the growing U.S. smartphone market, but often stodgy RIM is on the wish lists of some cutting-edge buyers, according to the Nielsen research company.

  • News: HTC's Mango phones, Titan and Radar, out next month

    HTC launched two smartphones on Thursday running Microsoft's latest update of its mobile operating system, called Mango, as Microsoft struggles to gain market share from Apple and Android smartphones.

  • News: Apple rules phone, tablet browsing market

    Mobile browsing has more than doubled in the last year and now accounts for over 6% of all online activity.

  • News: Qualcomm shows public face with pet-tracking service

    Qualcomm, which launches few consumer products, later this month will launch a pet-tracking service built using proprietary technology from its communications business.

  • News: Airtel will not shut off Uganda Telecom calls

    Airtel Uganda will not shut off telecommunications traffic originating from cash-strapped Uganda Telecom after the two reached a payment agreement.



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