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  • News: Epson Stylus Photo R2000 targets creative crowd

    Epson has announced the Epson Stylus Photo R2000, a wide-format printer targeted to advanced amateur photographers, hobbyists, and creative professionals. The new unit, which features the company’s pigment printing technology, is designed to produce vivid, archival prints with a glossy look and feel.

  • Opinion: Dear Motorola: We Want to Love Your Laptop Docks

    The Motorola Atrix's ability to transform from a smartphone into a laptop via the dock accessory is a grand concept, but reviews all around have basically called the dock a dud. Now that Motorola has confirmed it will be making more laptop docks for smartphones other than the Atrix, it'd be great if the next versions are actually usable.

  • News: MLB offers smartphone-only game-streaming subscription

    If you find yourself barnstorming your way across the country, you may lament your inability to catch up with your favorite baseball team. Fortunately, with Major League Baseball’s new MLB.TV Mobile Phone Only subscription, you’ll never be any farther away from the action than your iPhone or iPod touch.

  • News: New Apple iMacs Come With Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad

    Apple's new iMacs include Intel "Sandy Bridge" processors, Thunderbolt IO ports and Facetime HD cameras, but those aren't the most interesting things about the new desktop computers.

  • News: Former MySQL boss: Code 'in better shape than ever' under Oracle

    Oracle may not be a fan of open source, but it makes good code, says former MySQL CEO Marten Mickos.

  • News: Comic Life leaps onto the iPad in a single bound

    Plasq on Tuesday released Comic Life for iPad, a new incarnation of its software for turning your digital photos into comics.

  • News: Hackers step up game, spread malware using Bin Laden bait

    Hackers today stepped up their use of Osama Bin Laden's death by shoving malware into PCs when users fall for phony claims of photographs and video, security researchers said today.

  • News: Hallmark ramping up BI for new branding campaign

    Hallmark may need new BI tools to support an ambitious branding camapign that was recently launched.

  • News: RIM, Microsoft Announce Partnership with Focus on Bing

    BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) and software giant Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new pact under which the two companies will partner to offer a variety of Bing related services to BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook tablet users. Bing is Microsoft's Web search offering, and it's one of the top three search engines along with Google and Yahoo Search, according to Hitwise.

  • News: First Look at BlackBerry PlayBook Native Email, PIM Apps

    Research In Motion (RIM) showed off the upcoming native e-mail and personal information management (PIM) apps for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet for the first time this morning, including calendar and contacts, at its annual BlackBerry World Conference in Orlando. And the company says the native PlayBook apps should be available sometime this summer.

  • News: How to quickly sign digital documents

    For a variety of reasons—frugality, environmentalism, laziness—I try to avoid printing documents whenever possible. That can get tricky when someone needs my signature. For example, I recently joined Macworld as a full-time staffer and was immediately sent a massive 80-plus page PDF welcome packet. Buried within those 80-plus pages were eight forms that I had to fill out and return to HR. That meant pulling individual pages out of a single PDF, then digitally filling them in.

  • News: APB Reloaded Open Beta Begins May 18

    The game that killed Realtime Worlds is back in free-to-play form, and from May 18 you'll be able to take part in the open beta test.

  • News: Three New Fallout: New Vegas DLC Packs Inbound

    Fallout: New Vegas looks set to continue in the footsteps of its critically-acclaimed predecessor by offering a wealth of add-on content.

  • Opinion: Kinect and iPhone Work Together in Awesome Mashup Hack

    Kinect-based gaming is already pretty cool, as are the hacks of the Microsoft device that followed its release last year. But it can be made even cooler by connecting up an iPhone for an ultimate two player experience.

  • News: Free Android tethering apps blocked by most carriers

    Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile are reportedly blocking access to free phone tethering apps on their wireless networks.

  • News: Microsoft, RIM take on Google in mobile search

    Microsoft's plan to put Bing search and maps in BlackBerry mobile devices by the fall holiday season pits Research in Motion and Microsoft against Google in a massive scramble for mobile search customers.

  • News: EA Buying Firemint

    EA is making further efforts to dominate the mobile space with the acquisition of highly-regarded developer Firemint for an undisclosed sum.

  • Opinion: EA acquires Flight Control developer Firemint

    Video gaming giant Electronic Arts on Tuesday announced that it will buy Firemint, the Australian developer behind classic iOS games like Flight Control and Real Racing. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: Natty Narwhal: the First Linux for Newbies?

    Whenever a new version of an operating system is released, it's common to see a wave of reviews following on its heels, assessing how the software compares with what came before it and weighing its new pros and cons.

  • Opinion: Kinect Hack Encases You In Carbonite

    Star Wars fans, rejoice: the Kinect SDK is making the future of your childhood a reality. If you've been following our coverage, you'll know some intrepid coders have already hacked Microsoft's Kinect sensor to capture and stream 3D holographic messages over the Internet and render lightsaber blades in real-time, but now German researcher Michael Zöllner is working on an open-source program that employs the Kinect sensor to capture your body and render it encased in carbonite. Check it out!



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