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  • Opinion: Feds Crack Down on Illegally Streamed Sporting Events

    A 19-year-old New York man was arrested yesterday by agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HIS) directorate for allegedly streaming live sporting events over the Internet illegally.

  • News: Samsung Canada learns to avoid wireless bill shock

    As the staff of enterprises increasingly adopt smart phones, tablets and laptops as essential working tools, the odds also increase that their IT or telecom managers will run into bill shock.

  • News: Apple issues updates for Boot Camp, iMac graphics firmware

    Apple on Thursday released a pair of updates to exterminate lingering bugs: one for Boot Camp, and one for the firmware in iMacs' graphics processors.

  • News: EHR use by doctors will foster personal health record uptake

    A lack of electronic medical data from doctors, complicated setup processes and the static nature of personal health records (PHRs) have caused U.S. consumers to shun the products. But PHR use should increase as more doctors use electronic health records (EHRs) and tech vendors develop offerings that are easier to use.

  • News: Changing Your Name in Google+: What You Need to Know

    Google continues to stir up drama and controversy with its policy on using "real names" for the Google+ social network. It has evolved from a draconian system where users are kicked off with no notice, to a more reasonable system where users are warned first and given a grace period to address the situation. One way to address the situation is to change your name in Google+.

  • News: Google +1 Now Links to Google+ Profiles

    The Google +1 button just got a lot more useful -- and a lot more like Facebook's "Like" button -- by adding the ability to share +1 recommendations with other people on Google+.

  • News: 'NewSQL' could combine the best of SQL and NoSQL

    Users who eschew traditional relational databases in favor of the newly emerging NoSQL databases might be "throwing the baby out with the bath water," warned a database pioneer before a roomful of NoSQL advocates.

  • News: Apache warns Web server admins of DoS attack tool

    Developers of the Apache open-source project today warned users of the popular Web server software that a denial-of-service (DoS) tool is circulating that exploits a bug in the program.

  • News: Mobile broadband expansion means jobs growth, experts say

    Expanding mobile broadband services in the U.S. in the coming years would produce thousands of new jobs and help reverse today's downward employment trend.

  • News: How Writing a Book Can Boost Your IT Career and Your Income

    Jason Alba always wanted to write a book. When he started his own business, a service for job seekers called JibberJobber, in 2006, he finally had the time. One night in January 2006, while dining out, Alba shared his book idea--an explanation of how job seekers could use LinkedIn in their job search--with some friends who had books published. Alba says they loved the idea, and one of them offered to introduce Alba to his publisher and serve as his executive editor.

  • News: Tight supplies push up prices of 13-in. MacBook Air

    With supplies tight for the larger-sized MacBook Air, Apple appears to be favoring its own retail and online stores, leaving some distributors unable to meet demand.

  • News: StackMob aims mobile cloud platform at Heroku customers

    StackMob hopes to make it easier for Heroku's customers to extend their applications to mobile phones, by adding its service as a Heroku add-on.

  • News: Iomega releases new 12-bay NAS array

    EMC's Iomega subsidiary this week announced a new top-of-the-line network storage array, which ratchets up the power and performance.

  • News: New Samsung printers print directly from iOS devices

    Samsung's new line of printers includes two machines that let iPhone and iPad users print directly from their mobile devices.

  • Opinion: Time Warner Cable to Bundle Slingbox for Top Subscribers

    Time Warner Cable is set to bundle a Slingbox for those who subscribe to its $99-per-month Wideband Internet service, according to a New York Times report. The cable provider would basically subsidize the total cost of the $300 device in a move to avoid litigation with cable programmers who demand extra payments for live TV streams on anything other than your TV set.

  • News: Hackers could reverse-engineer Microsoft patches to create DoS attacks

    A security company has demonstrated how to reverse-engineer a Microsoft patch in order to launch a denial-of-service attack on Windows DNS Server.

  • Samsung Series 7 GAMER 3D laptop has 16GB onboard

    The Samsung Series 7 GAMER is a 17.3in-screen 3D-enabled laptop with 8GB of DDR RAM. The 1920x1080-pixel display operates at a 3D-friendly 120Hz. The laptop is powered by a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and 2GB of AMD Radeon 6970M GDDR5 HD graphics.

  • News: Facebook, Twitter boom despite Google+ challenge

    Despite Google+'s making a huge splash in the social networking world, rivals Facebook and Twitter continue to grow at dramatic rates.

  • Opinion: Check Out The (Surprisingly Good) Portal Fan Film

    The Portal videogames by Valve are one of my favorite series of all time. After completing the groundbreaking first game I remember walking around thinking of where I would shoot portals to expedite my route. The long-awaited sequel that came out earlier this year exceeded lofty expectations and left fans wanting even more.

  • Opinion: Sprint Apple iPhone 5 Rumor: Five Questions

    The latest iPhone rumor is a big one: Sprint will reportedly be getting Apple's iPhone 5 along with AT&T and Verizon wireless when the phone launches in mid-October, according to the Wall Street Journal's unnamed sources.



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