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  • News: Mobile ads to double in 2011, says Gartner

    Many mobile users say they don't like advertising on their smartphones and tablets, but it is having an upsurge, with revenues in 2011 expected to double over last year, according to a new Gartner forecast.

  • News: Which Chromebook is Right for You?

    If Google's concept of computer in a browser captivated your imagination back in 2009 when it was announced, you'd be pleased to know you can finally buy a Chromebook with Chrome OS right now. Amazon and Best Buy have begun taking pre-orders for the ChromeOS-toting laptops, starting at $430.

  • News: T-Mobile adds 47 cities to its fastest wireless network

    T-Mobile today announced that it has added 47 cities to its fastest wireless networks, making it available in 102 markets overall.

  • Opinion: Ubuntu Linux, Day 15: Streaming with Ubuntu One

    Just over a week ago Apple unveiled iCloud-the new data syncing and streaming service that will keep all of your data, contacts, email, and music in sync across various devices. As awesome and revolutionary as iCloud seems, though, Ubuntu is already delivering a similar service with Ubuntu One. So, for today's 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux post we're going to take a peek at what Ubuntu One has to offer.

  • News: Cisco again looks to debunk the multivendor network

    In its second attempt to debase arguments that a multivendor network is more beneficial to users than a single-vendor infrastructure, Cisco this week hosted a webcast of two customers discussing the merits of their all-Cisco networks.

  • News: Google's Me on the Web Keeps User Data Under Wraps

    Google has launched Me on the Web, a new tool allowing anyone with a Google account to monitor what personal information about them appears online.

  • News: Firms target mobile security hole with antiphishing browser

    Lookout joins other security firms, releasing a browser for smartphones that can blacklist known phishing sites.

  • News: The data center needs an operating system?

    The need for a data center operating system increases, but the means of building one are still shaky.

  • Opinion: Sharing Lots of Photos

    Alice McVey asked me to suggest a way to send hundreds of photos and videos to a friend

  • News: Anonymous Plans Attack on Orlando's Website

    Orlando, Florida's city Website could be the latest target of hackers at noon EST Thursday if Web chatter between hackers online turns out to be true. Plans of the alleged attack are being circulated on Anonymous-related IRC channels. Anonymous is a group of loosely affiliated hackers that work together to coordinate hack attacks.

  • News: A 'cloud' vision of a shared health platform

    Safaricom healthcare journey sprout when the organization saw the need to touch communities in remote areas of the country with a cost effective and reliable health solution platform. Through digital villages, patients in remote areas of Kenya will have access to a doctor through the TelePresence system with help from a health worker. TelePresence mimics a real life experience with a doctor. This shows how the future of our life is bound to depend on video.

  • News: Do Government Policies and Laws Hinder Tech Advances?

    Did you know that texting while driving is illegal in 33 states and the District of Columbia?

  • News: Facebooks Facial Recognition Flops

    Lately, there's been a lot of buzz in the media about Facebook's facial-recognition technology--admittedly, in part thanks to us. But now we've decided to look at the technology itself: Is it as dangerous as we think it is? In the end, Facebook's new face-recognizing feature doesn't yet work well enough to pose a significant threat to your privacy.

  • News: 100 years of IBM: Milestones

    IBM is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding Thursday. Led by American capitalist icons Thomas J. Watson, Sr. and Thomas J. Watson, Jr. until the 1970s, the company grew from a pre-World War I conglomeration of companies making tabulating machines and time-keeping devices into a globe-spanning technology behemoth that pioneered the development of electronic computers and dominated the mainframe era.

  • News: 20% of PC owners targeted by a phishing phone call

    One in five (20 percent) of UK PC owners have been targeted by a phishing phone calls, says Microsoft.

  • News: Autorun malware being routed, says Microsoft

    The battle against ‘Autorun’ malware, once a major threat to PC users, appears to be heading for victory according to new figures put out by Microsoft that show big declines in infection rates during 2011.

  • News: Facebook juror jailed for eight months

    Joanne Fraill, the juror who contacted a defendant on Facebook, has been jailed for eight months.

  • News: Five new things your Mac can do with Lion

    No, there may not be any sweeping sunrises or Elton John songs to show us the way, but nevertheless: Lion is coming. To prepare us for the changes ahead, Apple has posted a big summary on its website listing all of the more than 250 new features present in this version of OS X—but let’s be reasonable: As excited as you might be, you don’t have time to read up on every single one. Instead, let us do the work for you, and highlight some of the coolest new tricks your Mac will be able to turn in Lion.

  • News: Griffin's cable-free Beacon turns iPhone into a remote

    If you’ve ever spent a Saturday watching male figure skating because you couldn’t find the remote, you may welcome the news from Griffin that its Beacon Universal Remote Control for iOS (first demoed at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show) is now available at an Apple Store near you. Griffin's device aims to exploit the fact that while your various remotes always seem to go missing, your iPhone's usually right in your pocket.

  • News: Microsoft Warns of Internet Phone Scam

    Microsoft is warning about a new Internet phone scam that could cost you $875 in stolen money and as much as $4,800 in computer repair bills to undo the damage.



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