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    Hundreds line the streets of Tokyo to purchase a new phone on the first day of sales, and as always the launch is a celebratory event, though Steve Jobs' death last week still lingers.

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    Fujitsu held an open house at its research labs in Kanagawa, southwest of Tokyo. Researchers demonstrated new technologies, including a small, flexible sheet that uses differences in temperature to generate small electric charges.

  • How-Tos: How to install a new graphics card in an old PC

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  • News: iPhone 4 Launch Day: The Buzz So Far

    Apple fans are lining up around the world to be among the first to get their hands on the iPhone 4S, the newest Apple smartphone, which launches Friday. The latest iPhone features Apple's A5 dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera, 1080p video capture, and the Siri voice-enabled personal assistant. The device also features the same 3.5-inch retina display with 960-by-640 resolution.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: Woogie!

    With the iPhone 4S debuting this week, a number of new cases are hitting the market, and we at Macworld are, as always, on hand to report on them in our weekly iPhone case roundup.

  • News: Make Your Small Business Accessible: A Quick Guide

    Researchers have just come up with a way to turn an iPad into a Braille keyboard--but until this kind of technology is on the market, it's up to business owners to make sure that their websites meet the needs of clients with special needs.

  • News: Up close with iOS 5: New gestures

    New multitouch gestures have been in the frame for iOS since early this year, when they first showed up in the iOS 4.3 beta. That feature may have disappeared from the final version of that release, but four- and five-finger gesture didn’t drop off Apple’s to-do list entirely. Instead, they’re making their debut with iOS 5.—at least for iPad 2 owners

  • News: Customers sue Frontier over broadband surcharge

    Four customers of Frontier Communications have filed a class action lawsuit against the broadband and digital voice provider over a US$1 to $1.50 mystery charge on their monthly bills.

  • News: Bing and Yahoo sponsored results lead to hard-to-remove rootkit

    Searching for Flash Player on Bing and Yahoo can lead to rogue pages distributing a hard-to-remove rootkit, according to security researchers from antivirus vendor GFI Software.

  • News: Video: BlackBerry outage, Siri and Ceatec

    Coming up on World Tech Update this week the Apple iPhone 4S gets ready for sale and Macworld's Jason Snell takes a look at the phone's Siri voice recognition, BlackBerry users are hit with a major service outage, 3M shows solar window film at Ceatec in Japan, a new, tiny sensor detects slight movements, an NTT DoCoMo app tells you if you're fat and need to hit the gym, Murata's self balancing robot attempts a new trick and a robo arm makes the weak strong.

  • News: Dutch court rejects Samsung patent claims against Apple

    A judge at the district court in the Hague on Friday rejected claims that Samsung had made against Apple regarding four patents.

  • News: iPhone 4S huge draw for current iPhone owners

    As the new iPhone 4S goes on sale today, owners of earlier Apple smartphone models are expected to make up the bulk of buyers, with surprisingly strong interest shown by iPhone 4 owners even though some number of them have months left on their current contract.

  • News: Sprint faithful wait in the rain to be first with iPhone 4S

    Sprint made its debut with the iPhone 4S today and some of the carrier's longtime customers waited in line in the pouring rain for the latest Apple smartphone using Sprint's unlimited data plans.

  • News: Orange Kenya launches Flybox targeting homes, small offices

    Orange on Wednesday launched the Flybox, a GSM router targeting small office and home users. The router runs on Orange's recently launched High Speed Packet Access + (HSPA+) network which offers speeds of up to 21 Megabits per second (21 Mbps ). The router can connect up to 10 computers silmutaneously via WiFi and ethernet cables and has a maximum speed of 7.2 Mbps (High Speed Packet Access).

  • News: Dutch court rejects Samsung patent claims against Apple

    A judge at the district court in the Hague on Friday rejected claims that Samsung had made against Apple regarding four patents.

  • News: Malware found on US drone base was gaming keylogger

    The malware reported last week to have infected computers used inside the Nevada Air Force base that directs US drone missile attacks has turned out to be a harmless keylogger for stealing gaming passwords.

  • News: Bank of Scotland finally admits online banking problems still ongoing

    The Bank of Scotland has finally admitted that the online banking problems that arose from a systems migration carried out by parent company Lloyds Banking Group over a month ago are still ongoing.

  • News: iPhone 4S Frenzy Kicks into Overdrive

    Not everyone pre-ordered their iPhone 4S--plenty of people are nabbing Apple's latest handset the old-fashioned way: by waiting in line.

  • News: Up close with iOS 5: Game Center

    Back when it just made Macs, Apple had an attitude toward gaming that veered toward indifference. That changed with the arrival of the iPhone. With its touch interface, built-in accelerometer, and eye-catching screen, Apple’s phone—and indeed, all of Apple’s iOS devices—made ideal portable gaming systems.

  • News: CSC heading for disaster

    There is a wave of trouble breaking over one of Denmark's largest IT companies, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). First and foremost, the Danish part of the IT giant has had to deal with a deficit of DKK 355 million (US$65.3 million), with all Danish subsidiaries incurring losses for the last five years.


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