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  • News: Chrome poised to take No. 2 browser spot from Firefox

    Google's Chrome is on the brink of replacing Firefox as the second-most-popular browser, according to one Web statistics firm.

  • News: Lego combines the digital and physical in iPhone game

    Danish toy company Lego is pushing its toys into the mobile age with the Life of George iPhone app, which combines a digital and physical gaming experience.

  • News: Apple Premium Reseller Square Group coming to Selfridges

    Apple Premium Reseller Square Group is to open a concession within Selfridges & Co on London’s Oxford Street.

  • News: European online ticket industry forced to clean up its act

    European music and sports fans who buy tickets online got good news on Thursday as the European Commission revealed that it had forced the online ticket industry to clean up its act.

  • News: NAC saves University of North Carolina money, keeps illegal file sharing in check

    Network access control (NAC) is saving the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $40,000 per year by keeping students from illegally using peer-to-peer file-sharing applications.

  • News: Speedy Thunderbolt devices slowly coming to market

    Talk to tech industry insiders about the new Thunderbolt data ports in the latest generation of Apple computers, and one concept repeatedly pops up: Speed. The technology enables data transfer at speeds and volume that few consumers have ever seen before.

  • News: Fake iPhone ring in China broken up - report

    Police in Shanghai have broken up an operation making and selling fake iPhones to the Chinese market, according to reports.

  • News: Quark App Studio will support iOS 5 Newsstand feature

    Quark App Studio, a feature in the QuarkXPress DTP package that lets you created branded iPad apps, will support iOS 5's Newsstand feature, Quark has announced.

  • News: Crazed Oblivion Fan Prints, Binds In-Game Book Collection

    File this under "You're kidding, right?" No, we're not kidding, and neither is this Reddit fellow, notadoctoreither, who posted snaps of his almost unbelievable (but no, we have pictures as proof) attempt to convert The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion's entire in-game collection of books into a Tome of Ultimate Geekness.

  • News: Video: Intel drops MeeGo, backs Tizen against Android

    Linux Foundation and Limo Foundation are rebooting their efforts to compete with Apple and the Android camp by merging MeeGo and Limo into a new operating system called Tizen, with the backing of Intel and Samsung.

  • News: What is the role of private sector in the IGF?

    International Governance Forum (IGF) has been a favorable internet governance platform and has preconditioned the internet to provide continued investment, innovation and development to businesses. Without the IGF there would be no adequate global space for discussion on current Internet governance issues among all relevant actors.

  • News: GESCI launched in Kenya

    The Global eSchools Community Initiative (GESCI) founded by the UN ICT Task Force was today launched in Kenya at the ongoing IGF conference. The independent international non-governmental organisation (NGO) will contribute to the development of a knowledge society through the provision of strategic advice and technical support on the integration of ICT in Education, Science, Technology and Innovation systems in Kenya. GESCI plans to assist the Ministry of Eduction in their plan to have a holistic integration of ICT in teaching, learning, research and innovation.

  • News: Show dates and times in Mail's message list

    One of the new features in Apple's Mail app in Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) is a widescreen-friendly, three-column layout, displaying your mailboxes on the left, your message list in the middle, and a message preview on the right. I love this layout--I used a Mail add-on to get it under Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6)--but it's not without drawbacks.

  • News: Video: Cisco sees new security role in cloud

    A Cisco executive said enterprise security is changing in the age of the cloud, at the Mobolize Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday.

  • Opinion: Flickr Becomes Instagram's Android Nemesis

    Flickr has launched an official app for Android phones, one that rivals the popular Instagram social photo-sharing app that is exclusive to iOS. Flickr also announced Photo Sessions, a feature that lets you watch photo slideshows with friends in real time, anywhere around the globe.

  • News: Apple's latest Mini gets a 'serious' speed boost

    Since its unveiling in January 2005, the Mac Mini has been the cheapest Mac that Apple sells, making it the least expensive way to get hardware that natively runs OS X. In the past, this usually meant settling for older components -- especially compared to the pricier iMac and MacBook Pro lines. Although Apple has updated the Mini's look several times since its debut -- most recently in 2010 -- the internal hardware often received only minor improvements.

  • News: Video: Amazon unveils Kindle Fire tablet

    The $200 Android tablet will join a crowded market dominated by Apple's iPad.

  • News: Amazon's Silk Browser May Not Be Smooth With Privacy

    The most interesting feature on Amazon’s newly announced Kindle Fire tablet may be its Silk web browser. The browser promises to improve webpage loading performance by using Amazon’s servers to help render pages. But this performance boost may come at a cost: Security experts have already voiced concern about Silk, and what it might mean for your privacy and security.

  • News: How to Sync Your PC, Smartphone, and Tablet

    A few years ago businesspeople carried a laptop on the road, used a desktop PC in the office, and worked on another PC at home. Maybe they had a BlackBerry, too--but only if they were real big shots.

  • News: We7 removes free unlimited on-demand music streaming

    We7 has discontinued its free unlimited on-demand music-streaming.


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