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  • How-Tos: How to play your Xbox 360/Playstation 3 through a laptop screen.

    It's annoying isn't it? You can watch DVDs and play PC games on your laptop and the picture quality is great, but there is no quick and easy way to play connect your games console to your laptop and play with it using your laptop screen.

  • Opinion: RIM on the Edge: BlackBerry Risks Becoming Irrelevant

    Last week was an eventful one in the smartphone world: Google purchased Motorola Mobility, HP dropped WebOS, and--oh yeah!--Research in Motion announced the availability of its latest BlackBerry smartphones, all running the new BlackBerry 7 OS. The Bold 9900, Torch 9850, and Torch 9810 are all decent phones, but they aren’t strong enough to make RIM phones competitive once more with iPhones and Android handsets. As it continues to lose customers rapidly, RIM needs to take action at once--or BlackBerrys may go the way of [

  • News: Don't get too excited about Android apps for BlackBerry

    We're still waiting for Research in Motion to allow Android apps to run on its Blackberry PlayBook tablet, as promised last March, but a new report says these apps will eventually run on future BlackBerry phones as well.

  • News: Apple and RIM to launch cheaper phones

    Apple are poised to release a cheaper iPhone 4 in September under new CEO Tim Cook in an attempt to win over customers from their rivals, while BlackBerry have also announced plans for a more “affordable” BlackBerry Curve.

  • Opinion: Convert Any File Into Any File Type With Go2Convert

    So you've got this file and you don't know how to open it. The person who sent it to you doesn't seem to know either, and your deadline is ticking away. What do you do? Head to Go2Convert.com.

  • News: Steve Jobs resignation 'no threat to Apple future'

    Steve Jobs' resignation as CEO of Apple will not stem the stream of innovative new products and is unlikely to damage the world’s most successful IT company.

  • News: Spotify Brings the Music to Your Windows PC

    Pick a song; any song. Type its name in a search box, click a button, and it starts playing. Okay, we could do this five years ago. But now, click the album name, and listen to the whole album, top to bottom, in sequence. Instantly. Meet Spotify ($10/month, $5/month, or free, depending on level of service).

  • News: 5 Reasons RIM's BBM Music Service Will Flop

    Desperate times call for desperate measures, and desperate is just about the only word to describe RIM's new bound-for-failure cloud-based music service, BBM Music.

  • News: UK charges another alleged Anonymous member

    U.K. police said Thursday a 22-year-old student has been charged in connection with participating in distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDOS) with the hacking collective Anonymous.

  • News: Google denied in latest attempt to bar controversial e-mail

    Google has received another setback in its vigorous efforts to keep a potentially damaging e-mail out of the lawsuit Oracle filed over alleged Java patent violations in the Android mobile OS.

  • News: Google TV coming to the UK

    Google TV, the internet TV service that puts Android on your television set, is set to launch in the UK within six months.

  • News: Mobile payment security apps coming to NFC-ready smartphones

    Four major credit card companies are working with the Isis mobile wallet venture to install mobile payment security applications on upcoming NFC-ready smartphones in the U.S.

  • Video: Video: Steve Jobs, Samsung's Galaxy ban & Microsoft lures WebOS devs - the week in tech

    Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO, a Dutch court bans Samsung Galaxy smartphones, Microsoft tries to lure webOS developers, Verizon Wireless announces plans for more 4G LTE networks, the US government fines Google 500 million, NASA's R2 robot comes alive in space, RIM pilots a cloud-based music service, United picks up iPads for its pilots and an app connects city goers with bike rentals.

  • Opinion: Steve Jobs: The alternate future

    Warning! A rip in the the space-time continuum has created a parallel universe where the future of Steve Jobs and Apple are very different indeed.

  • News: Mozilla: We won't ditch Firefox version numbers

    Mozilla will not scrub the version number from Firefox's 'About' box after all, putting an end to a often-heated debate that first surfaced two weeks ago.

  • News: Mozilla defends "rapid release" of Firefox versions

    The release of a version of the Firefox browser every six weeks is found to be disconcerting, and at times potentially unmanageable by enterprises, the chair of Mozilla Foundation, which maintains the browser, said in a blog post on Thursday.

  • News: Facebook, Twitter and RIM to meet home secretary about riots

    Executives at the main social media networks and messaging outlets – Facebook, Twitter and RIM’s BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) – are set to meet home secretary Theresa May today, to discuss their products’ usage in the UK riots.

  • News: FSA adds Cognizant to outsourcing mix

    The soon to be abolished Financial Services Authority (FSA) has added another key supplier, Cognizant, to its Strategic Outsourcing Framework Agreement (SOFA), also covering services under its successor organisations.

  • News: Channel 4 to build bespoke CRM database

    Channel 4 is investing in the creation of a multimillion pound bespoke database of customer relationship management (CRM) data, in order to boost advertising revenues from online content including on Twitter and Facebook.

  • News: Tata Steel deploys Microsoft Office 365 email systems

    Tata Steel is migrating its two existing European email systems to a new cloud-computing based platform based on the Microsoft Office 365 productivity suite.



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