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  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: The 4S cometh

    The iPhone 4S is here, and with it the inevitable barrage of new cases. Of course, if you've been watching closely, you know that the 4S looks...well, pretty much like the iPhone 4. And that's great news for people who want to upgrade while still using their existing accessories, as well as for those who plan to hang on to the iPhone 4 for a while and want to take advantage of new accessories. In either case, vendors were quick to contact Macworld to let us know about their new products for protecting our favorite handset.

  • News: Four ways to shoot night portraits

    Oh, what a night it was. The stars were twinkling, the owls were hooting, and your date looked marvelous. Too bad your photos of the evening look like you are snowmen in a blackout.

  • News: Sprint offers iPhone 4 preorders

    After years of being one of the odd men out in the iPhone market, Sprint jumped in with both feet on Thursday, offering preorders of Apple’s 8 GB iPhone 4 for $99. Preorder sales of the new iPhone 4S, which Sprint will also be offering, begin on Friday.

  • News: How do LinkedIn Advertisements Work?

    If your company is in business to sell to other businesses, LinkedIn is arguably a much better platform than others for targeted advertising to individuals.

  • News: 'Incremental' iPhone 4S still promises to be big seller

    Apple's new iPhone 4S, despite failing to win over many pundits, bloggers and early adopters, nevertheless seems destined to be as successful as the old iPhone.

  • News: iPhone 4S has no NFC chip

    When the Apple iPhone 4S was unveiled this week, mobile payment technology was missing from the device.

  • News: Feds want uber cybersecurity compliance standard

    Tired of regulators from three or four federal agencies auditing your network security compliance every year? A congressional task force recommends a super-standard that would cut the number of annual audits back to just one.

  • News: Sprint to offer unlimited data for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4

    Sprint confirmed that it will offer unlimited data plans for the iPhone 4S starting Oct. 14, but it will also sell the iPhone 4 for $99.99 with the iOS 5 upgrade starting today.

  • News: SpyEye steals banking codes by sending them to wrong phone

    Researchers from browser security vendor Trusteer have identified a new variant of the SpyEye financial Trojan that tricks online banking users into changing the phone numbers associated with their accounts.

  • News: Where will the Steve Jobs tech excitement come from now?

    Steve Jobs lived his life at the intersection of technology and art, but where will that vision come from now?

  • News: Jobs remembered for 'shaking it up'

    News that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs had died staggered long-time technologists of all stripes, giving them pause and a chance to remember their passion for an industry that grew out of a garage -- one very specific garage.

  • News: Youtube launches in Kenya

    YouTube yesterday launched a Kenyan domain name extension youtube.co.ke at the Tribe Hotel, Nairobi. This will help in accessing, streaming and keeping locally developed edutainment content local and therefore saving the users the cost of accessing locally developed content through expensive international links. Kenyan users will also be able to get local YouTube hits from YouTube searchers through the local domain as and not youtube.com.

  • News: Your Digital Rights at Work: A FAQ Guide

    Georgia high school teacher Ashley Payne was asked to resign in August 2009 after posting on Facebook that she was attending "Crazy Bitch Bingo" night at a local bar.

  • News: The World Mourns Steve Jobs

    The death of Apple Chairman and co-founder Steve Jobs brought about a heartfelt outpouring of grief from people around the world.

  • Opinion: Windows Phone 7, Day 27: Your Mileage May Vary

    s I start to wind down the 30 Days With Windows Phone 7 series it occurs to me that there is no single Windows Phone 7 experience. The wireless provider I rely on, the smartphone manufacturer I choose, and the specific model of Windows Phone I use could significantly impact the outcome.

  • News: Zeus Trojan gang member gets jail for huge UK fraud

    The most complex cybercrime investigation ever undertaken by UK police has resulted in another member of a gang that used the Zeus Trojan to raid online bank accounts being sentenced to two years behind bars.

  • News: Reeder for Mac 1.1.2

    These days it seems like almost every developer makes a Google Reader client for browsing your favorite RSS feeds—or will soon. But Reeder for Mac (Mac App Store link) is a breath of fresh air in this crowded market, offering a healthy dose of features polished up with an interface that shows its iOS roots. You might call Reeder for Mac the Twitter app of Google Reader apps: Like an increasing number of new Mac apps, Reeder takes obvious interface cues from Twitter’s official client, Twitter for Mac (formerly called Tweetie), as well as from Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) itself.

  • News: Ubisoft and Nickelodeon Bringing Raving Rabbids to TV

    Ubisoft and Nickelodeon have signed a licensing agreement to bring Raving Rabbids to kids' TV audiences around the world.

  • News: Five Reasons to Set Up Unified Communications

    There are so many different ways to communicate with partners, customers and co-workers--by phone, email, instant messaging, fax, video conferencing, and social media. Managing each system separately is not only inefficient, but can cause conflicts since they all use the same underlying technology--the Internet.

  • News: Steve Jobs: Politicians, CEOs, celebrities pay tribute

    Sadly, because of his ongoing health issues, Steve Jobs’s passing Tuesday was not entirely unexpected. Neither was the outpouring of grief from members of the Apple community. And “the Apple community” these days is a fairly a broad term; Jobs was mourned publicly by Barack Obama, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Bill Gates, and countless Apple developers, customers, and fans.


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