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  • News: Essential Apps for BlackBerry

    About to invest in a new smartphone, or wondering how to take full advantage of your current one? With practical and easy-to-use apps, you can get the most out of your phone. Our package of essentials should be more than enough to get you started.

  • News: Essential Apps for Android

    If you're in the market for a brand-new smartphone--or if you feel that you haven’t fully taken advantage of your current one--finding great apps is the last piece of the puzzle. The sheer number of apps available on the market can be daunting, but our package of essentials should be more than enough to get you started.

  • News: Essential Apps for iOS

    Whether you're a longtime iPhone user or the proud owner of a new iPhone 4, you know that great apps are the key to taking full advantage of your handset. Our package of essentials should be more than enough to get you started.

  • News: 12 Terrific Tips for Taking Tech on Vacation

    Travel season is nearly here, and although we all love our technology at home, using devices while you're away can be a hassle. Before you even start to pack your bags, check out the following tips--they'll help you enjoy your vacation while remaining connected. With these tricks and products, you can avoid some extra expenses, secure your luggage, and have enough juice to last the entire day.

  • Opinion: Ubuntu Linux, Day 28: My Biggest Ubuntu Linux Complaints

    The time has come. I have reached the end of the 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux series, and it is time to wind down and reflect on my experience. Just as I did last month with 30 Days With Google Docs, I will list my top five complaints, followed by the five things I like the most, and finish up with an overall summary of my thoughts.

  • News: Protect Your Company With Web Filtering Tools

    Access to the Internet is vital for doing business, but without safeguards in place, malware and data leaks can be a mouse click away from disaster. Network firewalls and antivirus software are common in workplaces, but more small companies are increasingly turning to Web filtering tools for additional protection.

  • News: In a shift, firms say U.S. will lead IT growth

    IT hardware and software companies expect to see most of their revenue coming this year from the U.S. market, which is a reversal from the last two years when China and India led, according to KPMG in its annual survey of the technology business climate.

  • News: Mozilla: An Enterprise Firefox Strategy Is in the Works

    It's been a tempestuous week of controversy ever since the release of the Firefox 5 browser, thanks largely to what's been perceived as a growing schism between Mozilla's strategy and the needs of enterprise users.

  • News: Apple Addresses Final Cut Pro X Outcry with FAQ Posting

    Apple is attempting to do damage control over the flurry of negative comments on the company's new version of Final Cut Pro X video editing software. Apple posted a FAQ on its site that aims to address some of the concerns customers have raised so far, including a couple of straightforward "no" answers.

  • News: Apple adds to Final Cut Pro X documentation

    Apple has added to its Final Cut Pro X section on its website in response to criticism and negative reviews of its newly-released video editing suite.

  • News: Apple Final Cut FAQ: FCP7 import isn't coming

    Apple has posted a document on its website titled “Answers to your Final Cut Pro X Questions.” The FAQ aims to address the ongoing controversy surrounding Apple’s release of the re-architected professional-grade video editing software. (See Macworld'sreview here.) The document addresses common questions about importing old projects, multicam editing support, and other features—and not every answer will satisfy disgruntled pro editors.

  • News: Mac App Store hosting outdated version of Opera

    Apple has come in for criticism from a security researcher for hosting an outdated version of the Opera browser in the Mac App Store.

  • News: Yamaha releases Tenori-On sequencer as iPhone and iPad app

    Yamaha have announced a new iPhone and iPad app that emulates the Tenori-On music and lighting sequencer, as used by the likes of Björk.

  • News: Memo to Microsoft: Its Time for Windows 365

    With the launch of Office 365, Microsoft has taken another big step towards making sure one of its two superpower products remains relevant in the cloud world. But it begs the question: what is the software giant going to do with its other franchise player in the cloud?

  • News: Angry Birds lands on Windows Phone 7

    Little green pigs across the nation are cowering in fear now that Angry Birds has finally come to Windows Phone 7.

  • News: More Americans own e-readers than tablets, survey finds

    A Pew Research Institute survey in May found that Americans favor less-expensive e-reader devices over tablets like Apple's iPad.

  • News: Oracle buys Pillar Data Systems

    Oracle is building out its array of hardware products with the acquisition of storage vendor Pillar Data Systems, the company announced Wednesday. Terms of the deal, which is expected to close in July, were not disclosed.

  • Opinion: Sony VAIO Z Series - the ultimate, and most expensive, ultraportable notebook?

    Now Apple is the industry leader in quality notebook design, but Sony is still using its expertise to try to out-shrink the doyen of consumer electronics.

  • News: Cloudera outfits Hadoop with management tools

    Version 3.5 of the Cloudera Enterprise edition has new modules for configuration and process monitoring

  • How-Tos: How to fix a PC that can't download files

    My Packard Bell PC running Windows Vista is unable to download files. I've spent a lot of money on software to fix the problem, but it hasn't worked. I'm at a total loss!



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