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  • How-Tos: Personalize Your Android Phone

    I'll admit it: I think the base version of Google's Android platform is a little rough around the edges--especially when compared with the iPhone, which not only "just works," but is beautiful too.

  • News: iCloud to cost $25 per year

    Apple will charge customers of its forthcoming iCloud offering $25 (around £15) per year, though will initially make the service free.

  • News: Syndicate Reborn as FPS?

    Classic strategy-action game Syndicate is a favorite of many retro gamers. Now, The Darkness developer Starbreeze is working on a reimagining.

  • News: Sims 3 Pets Coming This Holiday

    Latest Sims 3 expansion Generations has just been released, so EA is now working hard on the next entry in the popular series.

  • News: Ten features that might appear in iOS 5

    iOS 5 may share the stage with Mac OS X Lion during next Monday’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, but Apple’s two operating systems arrive at the developer get-together in very different states. The latest Mac OS X update has already gotten its own on-stage preview and seen multiple developer releases come and go. iOS 5, in contrast, remains shrouded in Apple’s customary invisibility cloak. The mobile OS update is what a former government official might call a “known unknown.”

  • News: Large-scale IPv6 trial set for June 8

    The largest experiment in the 40-year history of the Internet will take place on Wednesday, as hundreds of Web sites test a new standard called IPv6 that can support vastly more devices with faster, lower-cost connectivity than today's technology.

  • News: Windows 8: What You Need to Know

    Microsoft showed its first public demo of Windows 8 on Wednesday, and it's not at all like the Windows operating systems you've come to know over the past 25 years. The next version of Microsoft's operating system ("Windows 8" is just a codename) is a radical departure, designed around touch screens.

  • News: EBay's PayPal to stop service on Alibaba site

    EBay's PayPal will no longer be a payment option on a site run by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, a sign that cooperation between the two companies may be cooling.

  • News: TI CEO: Intel's PC baggage will hurt mobile aspirations

    Texas Instruments' CEO this week took a shot at Intel, saying the company's history of making power-hungry PC chips could hurt its aspirations to compete with ARM in the handheld device market.

  • News: Adobe: Row with Apple over Flash is over

    Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has said that his company's row with Apple over the lack of Flash on the iOS platform is 'over'.

  • News: Forrester: IT departments face decade of fundamental change

    IT roles are fundamentally changing in nature to cope with a hugely different workforce and business environment, according to Forrester.

  • News: Google to dump support for Microsoft's IE7

    Google will drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 and Mozilla's Firefox 3.5 browsers for its online apps, including Gmail and Docs.

  • News: Battle looms over securing virtualized systems

    There's growing consensus that traditional approaches to network security -- the firewall and intrusion-prevention appliances, the host-based antivirus software -- simply do not work well in virtualized environments for which they were never designed.

  • News: Apple, Google, Facebook turn N.C. into data center hub

    Apple is the latest high-profile tech company to open a data center in western North Carolina to take advantage of relatively low land and power costs.

  • News: Crutchfield sees benefits from speedy mobile checkout

    Crutchfield, an electronics and auto stereo retailer, has found that the easier a smartphone payment technology is for buyers to use, the greater the number of sales.

  • Energy Sistem Mobile 390 Portable DVD Player is also a TV

    Energy Sistem's Mobile 390 Portable DVD Player adds a TV tuner to create a live mobile entertainment hub. The PAL and NTSC DVD player has an adjustable 9in widescreen display

  • News: Were here to protect services, not jobs, says Birmingham councils Glyn Evans

    A council’s role is to protect citizens’ services, not jobs, Birmingham City Council’s Glyn Evans has told Computerworld UK, as a row erupted over his local authority’s outsourcing and offshoring strategy.

  • How-Tos: How to upload a photo to Facebook

    Social networks such as Facebook are not only about keeping up-to-date with what your friends are up. They also let you post photos and videos. Here's how to upload pictures to Facebook.

  • News: Hotmail and Yahoo users also victims of targeted attacks

    Web mail users at Yahoo and Hotmail have been hit with the same kind of targeted attacks that were disclosed earlier this week by Google, according to security software vendor Trend Micro.

  • News: Sony hacked again, 1 million customers' details posted online

    Sony was today reeling from yet another data leak after hackers broke into one of its sites and accessed name, address, birth dates, emails, phone numbers and password data on more than 1 million customers who entered contests promoted by Sony.



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