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  • News: Hulu Plus Comes to Nintendo 3DS, Wii; 3DS Gets 3D Video Recording

    Nintendo 3DS and Wii console owners will get a number of updates in late 2011, including Hulu Plus on both devices and 3D video recording on the 3DS, Nintendo announced Friday. Hulu Plus will land on the Wii and 3DS by the end of the year, while Nintendo promises 3DS owners they will be able to record up to ten minutes of 3D video by the end of November.

  • Opinion: Zombo-O-Lanterns Desktop Wallpaper

    Jack-o-lanterns are everywhere at Halloween--how about throwing some zombies into the mix? Macabre designer Chad Savage gives us a ghoulish mashup with his Zombo-O-Lanterns desktop wallpaper, which manages to be both playful and creepy at the same time.

  • News: Gmail Redesign Fixes Annoyances, But Adds a Pesky Ad

    Leaked video of an upcoming Gmail redesign looks good at a glance, but upon closer inspection, it also makes one change that's sure to annoy users.

  • News: Apple applies for hydrogen fuel cell patents

    Apple is looking to create lighter, more efficient hydrogen fuel cells for portable devices, according to a report.

  • News: Weather Channel, AccuWeather revamp iPad offerings

    Rival weather apps from The Weather Channel and AccuWeather have been revamped with iOS 5 compatibility and updated graphics that give your local weather the look of a top-flight video game.

  • Opinion: Arkham City's Too-Forgiving Combat System

    I'm asking for it, I really am: I'm nearly finished with story mode in Arkham City, about to ascend the loftiest tower in the prison-city's center, preparing to do battle with forces I won't spoil here. I've been playing on the hardest difficulty setting, which matters for reasons you'll understand in a moment. The game's percent complete tracker says I've seen 51% of everything. I've finished all but two of the side missions ("Enigma Conundrum" and "Arkham Assault" to go). I have most of Batman's toys and ugprades. All that's left is to grab another 300 (or so) riddles, which I'm saving for the replay. So at this point, a few words about the battle system.

  • News: Google TV 2.0 May Support Android Apps

    The second incarnation of Google’s TV set top-box software will incorporate apps from the Android Market and will look a lot like Android for tablets. A leaked -- perhaps accidental -- sneak peek at the update indicates Google TV 2.0 will feature full-blown Android Market integration for apps and content that should enhance the TV part of Google TV.

  • Opinion: Autumn Harbinger Desktop Wallpaper

    Get into the spirit of the season with Autumn Harbinger Desktop Wallpaper, which features grinning skeletal Jack-o-lanterns wishing you a happy Halloween against a rising harvest moon. The colors are autumnal and Halloweeny, and the effect is cheerful in a slightly creepy way. Unlike much of designer Chad Savage's imagery, this desktop wallpaper is perfectly appropriate for children.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech sales strong in third quarter

    Against a backdrop of economic uncertainty, a raft of third-quarter earnings reports this week from some of the biggest players in IT showed that while tech sales remain strong overall, there are some weak spots that are stirring concerns among market watchers.

  • News: Steve Jobs wanted to 'destroy' Android

    According to Steve Jobs' official biographer, Jobs wanted to destroy Android for its 'grand theft' of the iOS operating system.

  • News: 49% of Brits think firms handle their data securely

    Just under half (49 percent) of consumers believe firms process their data in a fair and proper manner, says the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO.

  • News: £1 in every £10 spent during September was online

    UK web users spent £539.4m online each week in September, says the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

  • News: Steve Jobs ranted, raged against Android as 'grand theft'

    Excerpts from Steve Jobs' about-to-be-published biography show the source and character of Apple's aggressive patent war against the rival Android mobile operating system.

  • News: Salesforce.com to 'unlock' SAP's core software for 'social enterprises'

    Salesforce.com is rolling out a set of consulting and integration services aimed at SAP customers that want to build "social enterprises" with Salesforce.com's Force.com platform.

  • News: Hulu Plus Coming to Wii and 3DS

    The Nintendo news just keeps on coming, as the company confirms that video on demand service Hulu Plus will hit 3DS and Wii by the end of the year.

  • News: Video: World Tech Update - BlackBerry, Apple and PlayStation Vita

    Coming up on World Tech Update this week RIM restores BlackBerry service, Apple's iPhone 4S shows up around the world including China's gray market, Sony's Playstation Vita gets a US launch date, Donald Trump digitally signs an e-book he penned and Fujitsu hosts a research open house.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: California dreamin'

    The influx of iPhone 4S cases continues this week, as more and more manufacturers have revised their existing lines of cases to include some exciting new designs. And, of course, most iPhone 4S cases can be used with the iPhone 4, which is great news to those of us who are holding out a bit longer for a completely redesigned handset.

  • News: Forget new threats: It's the old-school attacks that keep getting you

    Everybody in IT knows it is a dangerous world out there, filled with an endless variety of cyber attacks aimed at compromising and taking advantage of security flaws.

  • News: Cell Phones Don't Increase Cancer Risk, New Study Says

    A Danish study that monitored 350,000 cell phone users over an 18-year period found no link between mobile phone subscriptions and an increased risk of cancer.

  • News: 'Jetsons' edge-out 'Flinstones' in cloud debate

    The cloud is a major business transformation that democratises technology. But the term is often applied to any established or internet-based services, and is only one part of a larger IT landscape.


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