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  • Opinion: Samsung Series 7 Tablet Packs a Laptop Punch

    Windows 7 tablets may be unpopular, but Samsung's Series 7 Tablet has a lot to offer those who want a powerful tablet with laptop features. The Series 7 Tablet packs the same hardware specs as the Samsung Series 7 laptops -- in a thin 2-pound 11.6-inch slate form that pairs with an external keyboard.

  • News: Epson announces WorkForce Pro printers for small business

    On Tuesday, Epson America unveiled its new WorkForce Pro lineup of printers, including the all-in-one WorkForce Pro WP-4540 and WorkForce Pro WP-4530, as well as the WorkForce Pro WP-4020 inkjet printer. The printers are targeted at small businesses, providing users with faster print speeds and up to 50-percent cost savings compared to color laser printers.

  • News: Apple negotiates return of 3G MacBook prototype

    Apple is negotiating for the return of a 3G MacBook prototype that was purchased by a man in North Carolina via Craigslist earlier this year.

  • News: Sony Unveils Head-Mounted 3D Display

    Sony plans to launch a head-mounted 3D visor in Japan, with dual OLED panels that are supposed to mimic the experience of watching 3D content in a movie theater.

  • News: Elevator Action is Back in Action on PSN Today

    An arcade classic from Taito returns today via PSN, bringing with it new HD graphics, 4 player local multiplayer and the original game it's based on.

  • News: Financial Times Ousted from Apple's App Store

    The Financial Times' refusal to cooperate with Apple's new in-app subscription policies has resulted in the venerable news source being ousted from the iTunes App Store. The newspaper's civil disobedience may inspire other large companies to ditch iTunes as well, perhaps sparking an exodus from Apple's store and its policies, which are seen by many as greedy and restrictive.

  • News: Apache patches Web server DoS vulnerability

    The Apache open-source project patched its Web server software Tuesday to quash a bug that a denial-of-service tool has been exploiting.

  • News: US DOJ to block AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile USA

    The U.S. DOJ blocks AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA.

  • News: Sony's Android tablets to hit UK in mid-September

    Sony's first Android tablets will hit the UK shelves in September.

  • News: Google adds offline access to Gmail in Chrome

    Chrome browser users will be able to access Gmail when they're not connected to the Internet starting Wednesday and will gain similar offline capabilities for Docs and Calendar in the coming week, the company announced on Wednesday.

  • News: IBM acquiring i2 for criminal mastermind software

    Expanding its portfolio of analytic software for state and local governments, IBM is in the process of acquiring security analytics software provider i2, the companies announced Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: US DOJ to block AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile USA

    The U.S. DOJ blocks AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA.

  • News: VMworld's quirkiest moments

    The VMworld Conference here, attended by more than 19,000 people, is highlighting the dynamic creativity of VMware's software division managers and technical staff as they present what's in the works for virtualization of desktops, servers and their management. But that doesn't mean this show isn't without its quirky moments. Here are a few:

  • News: Spotify woos iPhone, iPad developers with iOS tool

    Spotify, the much buzzed about digital music streaming service that made its U.S. debut in July is looking to extend its reach even further by releasing a tool for Apple iOS developers.

  • News: AT&T gets its first LTE tablet

    AT&T may not have its LTE network officially up and running yet but that isn't stopping the carrier from selling its first-ever LTE-capable tablet computer.

  • News: Hands-On With Sonys New, Lightweight and Low-Cost E-Reader

    Price and design are the two big components that drive the e-reader market, and until now, Sony was severely dragging its feet in the former. But today that gets rectified with the introduction of the newest Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 (in maroon red and white). Priced at $149, Sony's Reader Wi-Fi is a whopping 35 percent cheaper in price from the Touch Edition model it replaces. In addition to the dramatic price drop, Sony has shaved weight off the design to make it the lightest e-reader on the market, by a hair; and, it has consolidated its lineup from three models to just one.

  • News: Limbo Developer Playdead Studios Buys Itself

    Thanks to the strong success of its debut title Limbo, Danish developer Playdead has bought itself back from investors.

  • News: Project Zomboid Gets First Update

    Following the Minecraft model, zombie survival game Project Zomboid has pushed out its first update to those who have prepurchased the game.

  • News: Salesforce.com, Dun & Bradstreet launch Data.com

    Salesforce.com is joining forces with Dun & Bradstreet on Data.com, a cloud-based storehouse of company and customer contact information for use in CRM (customer relationship management) systems, the companies said Wednesday.

  • How-Tos: How to copy pictures from an iPhone 4 to your PC or Mac

    It's easy to transfer your photos from your iPhone to your PC or Mac. Read this step by step guide and free up some space on your iPhone without having to delete any precious photos.



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