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  • News: Are You Going to be Gaming on Your Amazon Kindle Next Year?

    I'll admit that I'm a huge fan of Amazon's Kindle. The battery lasts forever, and after staring at a screen all day, it's a nice way to enjoy an ebook. But, while I may not care about the devices gaming (or other) capabilities, it looks like Amazon may start trying to crowd in on Apple's turf a little more closely.

  • Opinion: Kobo Pulse: eReading is Sharing

    If you're afraid you're not sharing enough of your daily activities with your online friends, here's another chance to get social...with books.

  • Opinion: Turntable Scratching Post Makes Your Kitteh a DJ

    For those of you who read this blog and have cats, chances are you spoil them rotten--you've possibly even debated building a kitteh elevator just to make your cat's life easier, haven't you? Well, for those of you with the more energetic kittehs, here's a quirky scratching post just for your beloved feline friend.

  • News: Save $20 on Select PS3 Collections at Best Buy

    Looking to multitask? Why not buy two select PS3 collections from Best Buy and save $20.

  • Opinion: Man Creates Amazing But Dangerous Flying Machine

    As well as cool robots, hacks and science, Geek Tech loves to check out bizarre flying contraptions that may eventually replace transport on wheels. Who wouldn't want to trade in their car for a hooverbike? So, how does a DIY project to create a flying machine equipped with eight motorcycle engines sound?

  • News: OnStar reverses course on controversial GPS tracking plans

    GM subsidiary OnStar has reversed a planned change to its privacy policies that would have let it collect and share GPS tracking and other data from vehicles -- even after users stopped subscribing to OnStar.

  • News: Violin releases two new flash memory arrays

    Violin Memory released an upgrade to an all-flash memory array, doubling the capacity, as well as a new higher-end line of arrays that store up to 20TB per 3U shelf with an aggregate of 4GBps throughput.

  • News: NEC to ship OpenFlow switch for Microsoft Windows Server 8 Hyper-V

    Chalk up another big partnership win for Microsofts Hyper-V from the world of virtual, programmable switching. NEC's OpenFlow-based network fabric, ProgrammableFlow, will be integrated with Windows Server 8 and Hyper-V when Windows Server 8 becomes available, NEC says.

  • News: Firefox 7 improves browsing speed, developer tools

    Mozilla has released its final version of Firefox 7, introducing subtle changes such as hidden URL prefixes, bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements. Rolled out six weeks after Mozilla shipped Firefox 6 to fix a number of bug issues, the latest update is the third edition of the developer's rapid-ship cycle.

  • Opinion: Apple's iPhone Event is Near: 5 Predictions

    Apple will put an end to the rumors and introduce its next iPhone on October 4--it's already sent out invitations to an iPhone-specific event that will be held at Apple's Cupertino campus. New Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the stage and make the big announcement.

  • News: IT Manager Resume Makeover: How to Show You Can Be CIO

    Ambitious IT managers and IT directors dream of moving into CIO positions. For them, the vaunted CIO title--and the multimillion dollar management responsibility that comes with it--is their ultimate career goal.

  • News: Windows Phone Mango: 10 Things You Need to Know

    I was fortunate to sit down this morning with Microsoft's Paul Bryan, Windows Phone senior director of product management and enterprise experiences, to discuss the new software at the company's offices in Cambridge, Mass. And I learned quite a few facts that anyone interested in WP7.5 should know.

  • News: Microsoft promises patch to block BEAST attacks

    Microsoft today said it will issue a Windows security update to plug a long-known hole in the protocol that secures websites.

  • News: Salaries rise for engineers despite higher unemployment

    Salaries for engineers have been increasing, despite a weak economy and a higher than normal rate of unemployment for this group, according to the IEEE-USA.

  • Opinion: Use Linux-Like Virtual Deskops With VirtuaWin

    Anyone familiar with Linux is probably familiar with virtual desktops. If you're not, download VirtuaWin and take a look. This utility takes your Windows desktop, clones it up to nineteen times, then lets you switch between them. The idea is to keep a set of related programs or documents on each desktop to help organize things for people who leave lots of applications and documents open.

  • News: Stop Spotify from Telling Facebook your Music Choices

    Spotify and Facebook recently took their 'relationship status' to the next level, introducing a whole host of new features which saw the streaming music player deeply integrated with the social network. However, some users have not taken to kindly to certain changes, including how Spotify now tells all your Facebook friends what you are listening to, live.

  • News: EU restricts export of eavesdropping technology

    The European Parliament on Tuesday revised EU rules on the export of so-called dual-use technologies with an aim of restricting those that can be used to violate human rights.

  • News: Lawmakers want investigation of supercookies

    Two U.S. lawmakers have called on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to investigate the use of so-called supercookies on many websites, with the two suggesting that use of the hard-to-remove tracking tools may be an unfair business practice.

  • News: Jaspersoft adds Apple iPad toolkit

    Open-source BI (business intelligence) vendor Jaspersoft is joining the ranks of companies adding support for Apple's wildly popular iPad.

  • News: Microsoft starts gradual rollout of Windows Phone 7.5 'Mango' update

    Microsoft on Tuesday began its rollout of the Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" update to smartphones.


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