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  • Opinion: HTC 'Unlockable Bootloaders' Ship in August

    HTC promised to end its locked bootloader policy a few months ago. In an announcement posted to its Facebook page, the company stated that it'll start rolling out unlockable bootloaders next month.

  • News: Top-Tier eSports Battles at BlizzCon 2011

    This year's BlizzCon will play host to two high-profile eSports competitions, featuring showdowns on StarCraft II and World of Warcraft.

  • News: Commonwealth Bank rolls out new mobile, tablet apps

    The Commonwealth Bank today rolled out a suite of new mobile banking applications including NetBank for iPad and Android tablets, and a new CommBank mobile banking app for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 smartphone platforms.

  • News: LogMeIn gives Ignition access boost

    LogMeIn has just updated its remote access app, Ignition, allowing iOS users to transfer multimedia files over the internet

  • News: Macworld Photo Contest: Macro photography

    For out latest Macworld photo contest, we're getting up close and personal. Really close. The theme for this contest is macro photography, and we want to see your best close-up photographs. You can use any camera you like for these images--a DSLR, point-and-shoot, smartphone, iPad, or iPod touch camera--as long as the image is captured at a close range.

  • News: Apple iPhone market share plummets

    Sales of Apple's iPhone have fallen by more than 30 percent over the past year, says Skinflint.co.uk.

  • News: Wales to get £57m govt investment in broadband

    The government has pledged to spend nearly £57m improving broadband access in Wales.

  • News: Sage drops Accpac, Peachtree, other iconic brands

    Sage North America has a new CEO, and building the brand of the business software vendor is the first priority of Pascal Houillon. And to build Sage's brand, he says the brands of their well-known product brands will have to go.

  • News: Microsoft promises smoother transition to Windows

    The path to Windows 8 will be a smooth one, according to Tami Reller. Microsoft's corporate vice president and CFO of Windows and Windows Live told an audience of about 12,000 at the Staples Center that Windows 7 "is the path to Windows 8."

  • News: Avaya offers help addressing social-media blowback

    Avaya is betting businesses want to respond as quickly as possible to attacks and criticisms launched from Twitter, Facebook and blogs in order to minimize the negative impact they have.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Wants Windows XP Shoved Out the Door

    With Windows XP's retirement nearly 1,000 days away, Microsoft is pressuring customers to ditch the 10-year-old operating system.

  • News: FTTH, FTTB set to overtake wireless in APAC by 2014: Ovum

    Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) and Fiber-to-the-Building (FTTB) are set to overtake the number of wireless internet connections in the Asia-Pacific region from 2014, Ovum has claimed.

  • News: MicroStrategy 'gateway' links Facebook to enterprise apps

    MicroStrategy is rolling out a cloud-based service that allows the exchange of data between Facebook and enterprise applications, the BI (business intelligence) vendor announced Tuesday during its user conference in Monte Carlo.

  • News: Just Group unleashes Bluetooth for digital stocktaking

    Melbourne-based retailer The Just Group has implemented a Bluetooth wireless stocktaking solution for its network of clothing stores Australia-wide.

  • News: Mode 7's Paul Taylor: 'Steam is Essential for Indie Games'

    Paul Taylor, co-founder of Frozen Synapse developer Mode 7 Games, believes that Steam plays an important role in the complex ecosystem of PC gaming.

  • News: 2K Boss: 'Strategy Games are Just Not Contemporary'

    2K's leading man Christoph Hartmann believes that gaming is evolving and changing, and that means that established brands need to adapt and change too.

  • Opinion: HP Taking on MacBook Air, Asus with Ultrabook Laptop

    The ultraportable laptop competition is heating up, as HP is reportedly expected to be the first to launch laptops based on Intel's new Ultrabook category: slim, affordable laptops that may give Windows users decent alternatives to Apple's MacBook Air. DigiTimes says HP will be launching at least two Ultrabook models -- ahead of the Asus UX21, which is slated for September and the laptop Intel used to announce the new category in May.

  • How-Tos: How to manage files and documents on an Android device

    All play and no work makes your smartphone an expensive toy. But with the help of a wide selection of professional-grade mobile apps from the Android Market, your Google Android tablet and Google Android phone can get down to business. Here's an overview of some of the best Android apps for viewing, creating and editing business documents on the go.

  • News: Intego launches VirusBarrier for iOS

    Intego has released VirusBarrier iOS, which the company says is the first malware scanner for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The app, which is based on Intego's Mac OS X anti-malware tool VirusBarrier X6, can examine files on your iPhone for malware that could affect Macs or PCs.

  • Opinion: 20 Million Google+ Users May Exist by the Weekend

    Most critics believe Google+ is gaining popularity online, but at least one study figures Google's latest social experiment is growing at rates that rival Facebook's. The search giant's two-week-old social network, currently in a limited field test, reportedly grew by 350 percent between July 4 and July 10 from 1.7 million users to 7.3 million. Google+ is also set to hit 10 million by Tuesday and 20 million by the weekend, according to one study.



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