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  • News: Steve Jobs being honored by Apple employees Oct. 19

    Apple will formally honor co-founder Steve Jobs at an employee event at the company's Cupertino, Calif., campus on Oct. 19.

  • Opinion: Researchers Turn iPhone Into 350x Microscope on the Cheap

    Take a close look at the images above. They look like fairly typical (and fairly awesome) photos taken with a microscope, except...they were taken with an iPhone. The highly detailed snaps are magnified an impressive 350 times thanks to a recently created microscopic lens, and it was all done for around $50.

  • News: Canon's Winning Customer Support: How They Do It

    In our annual Reliability and Service survey, where we ask PCWorld readers to assess their experience with the tech products and tech support they've used in the previous year, Canon always earns high ratings for customer service in its product categories (specifically, printers and cameras, though last year we couldn't rate the company's camera service and support because we received too few responses on those measures). After reading some of the glowing praise that Canon customers have volunteered on behalf of the company's help system, I was curious to see the place that handles its tech support.

  • News: Toshiba doubles capacity, adds encryption to enterprise hard drive

    Toshiba will begin shipping its highest-capacity 2.5-in. enterprise-class hard drive early next year. The drive comes with native encryption for data security.

  • News: Criminals Find New Uses for 3D Printing

    3D printers--desktop devices that can print out objects as easily as your home inkjet prints out documents--are getting less expensive and more common every day, and they promise to revolutionize manufacturing in the same way that desktop printing revolutionized publishing.

  • News: UK government website total slashed to 'only' 444

    The number of websites run by the UK government has dropped to 444, under a quarter of the peak total under the Labour administration’s web boom, a Central Government websites report has said.

  • News: iPad Rules Tablet Web Traffic

    The Apple iPad is by far the most popular tablet device used to browse the Web, according to the latest figures from comScore. Android tablets are nowhere to be seen, as the research found iPads deliver more than 97 percent of all U.S. tablet traffic, totaling a higher share of Internet use than iPhones.

  • News: Hands-On With Facebook's New iPad App

    Facebook has finally released its first official iPad app Monday. The free app is currently available for download in the iTunes store, and isn't so much an iPad app as it is a universal version of Facebook's original iPhone app.

  • News: Net-connected TVs to become a focus for Opera

    Internet-connected TVs are the next major focus, for browser developer Opera, at least.

  • News: Roku releases $50 LT model, adds HBO Go channel

    On Tuesday, Roku introduced a new entry-level model to its streaming video player lineup, and announced the imminent addition of an HBO Go channel for all Roku devices.

  • News: Adobe Shows Off Prototype Blur-Fixing Feature

    Adobe Photoshop could soon help salvage all those photographs you keep thinking would be "perfect if they weren't so blurry." Adobe recently demoed an early prototype for a one-click "deblurring" feature, tentatively called "restore sharp image," that turns a blurry image into a clearer and more usable photograph.

  • News: Stonesoft identifies new ways to evade intrusion detection systems

    Finnish security firm Stonesoft claims to have developed 163 new attack methods that can evade network intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDPS) over multiple communication protocols including IPv4, IPv6, TCP and HTTP.

  • News: Anonymous may have slowed down NYSE site

    The website of the New York Stock Exchange slowed down significantly twice on Monday afternoon, the day when the hacker group Anonymous was scheduled to launch a DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack on the website, according to an Internet and mobile cloud monitoring company.

  • News: RSA chief says two groups for SecurID breach

    Six weeks after EMC's RSA security division saw its SecurID system hit by hackers, RSA president Tom Heiser met with the CIO of a large global medical device company.

  • News: Overland Storage unveils NAS/iSCSI SAN array

    Overland Storage today announced its first converged NAS and iSCSI SAN array that scales up to 288TB, and has a starting price of about $1,700.

  • News: Bluefire launches Android-ready e-reader software for independent booksellers

    Bluefire Productions announced e-reader software that can be used by independent booksellers for Android devices. The software is a supplement to a free Bluefire e-reader version for iPad that was released last November.

  • News: Fiberlink boosts mobile device management

    Fiberlink is moving beyond just managing the delivery of enterprise mobile applications with the launch of MaaS360 AppCloud, a service in which Fiberlink will host the apps.

  • News: Opera mobile browsers get Data Usage function

    Opera has unveiled the latest versions of its mobile browser, Opera Mini 6.5 and Opera Mobile 11.5, which now allow web users to see how much data they are using.

  • News: University medical center virtualizes, cuts storage needs by 65%

    With data doubling about every year, the University of Kansas Physicians group turned to virtualization to cut costs and boost performance.

  • News: Nokia puts compression technology in mobile browser

    The latest additions to Nokia's phone portfolio, the C2-05 and the X2-05, come with a new browser that uses Nokia's own compression technology to deliver content faster, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.


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