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  • Opinion: Get Android Running on a TouchPad, Win Prizes

    A bounty as high as $1500 is up for grabs to the first person to get Google's Android operating system running on HP's ill-fated WebOS-powered tablet, the TouchPad. According to the site Hack n Mob the prize money will be paid out by the site itself along with a diverse number of sponsors that include BestOnlineCasinos.org, Linology Networks, StoryBoard Solutions, and Transformative-applications.net.

  • Orbitsound t12 v3 soundbar

    Orbitsound has announced a new version of its t12 soundbar. The Orbitsound t12 v3 is a long, narrow speaker designed to sit underneath a flatscreen TV.

  • News: Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection Available from Aug. 31

    Do you miss the good old days of the original Mortal Kombat games, pixelly digitized sprites and all? Look back wistfully no more, for they are returning.

  • News: APB Returning to North American Retail

    The relaunched and free to play APB is getting a retail package in North America, offering $50 worth of in game items for $29.95.

  • News: HP Pre 3 Joins the Fire Sale Bandwagon

    HP's $99 TouchPads are getting harder to find, but another fire sale looms for the HP Pre 3 smartphone -- at least in Europe.

  • News: Evernote acquires Skitch, drops price

    Evernote not only wants you to remember everything—it wants you to have the option to annotate it, too. On Thursday, Evernote announced that it had acquired Mac image annotation software Skitch and its two co-founders. The program will also now be available for free on the Mac App Store, eliminating its original $20 price tag.

  • News: Google+ Status Updates Coming to Gmail

    Google is slowly integrating a Google+ features into its acclaimed (not by me) Web-based e-mail service, Gmail.

  • News: United Airlines uses iPads to make cockpits paperless

    United Airlines is joining the “paperless flight deck” revolution, announcing Tuesday that it is distributing 11,000 iPads to United and Continental pilots to replace bulky paper navigation charts in the cockpit.

  • Feature: Five of the best Firefox 6 extensions

    With Firefox 6 just being released and with that thousands of people are now flocking to set Firefox as their default browser, we thought you'd might like to hear about five of the best extensions you can download to get the maximum out of Firefox 6.

  • News: LogMeIn Ignition for iOS available for half price

    LogMeIn is offering its remote access app, LogMeIn Ignition, for half price for a limited time.

  • News: Zambia suspends tax on ICT equipment

    Zambia has become the first country in the southern African region to suspend all taxes imposed on the importation of communication equipment, allowing mobile operators to import equipment free.

  • News: Twitter adds photo galleries to profiles

    As it continues bulking up the feature set of its previously minimalist site, Twitter has started adding an image-gallery section in user profiles.

  • News: Skype Buys GroupMe to Take on Google+ Huddles

    Skype announced that it is acquiring GroupMe for an undisclosed sum. Acquiring the young mobile group messaging service expands Skype's arsenal of communication tools and gives Skype (and by extension Microsoft once the purchase of Skype is complete) tools to compete with the Huddle feature of the Google+ mobile app.

  • News: Five Outlook Nightmares (and How to Fix Them)

    You use Microsoft Outlook to manage your email, your appointments, your contacts, and your to-do lists. In other words, you use it to manage your work life. So when this program doesn’t behave the way it’s supposed to, you have a nightmare.

  • Opinion: Make a Better Black-and-White Photo

    There are a lot of things you can do to your photos with a single click in your photo editing program. Last week, for example, I showed you how you can use the Color Replacement tool in Adobe Photoshop Elements to change specific colors in an image. And in the past, I've explained how easy it is to convert any photo to a stylish black-and-white composition by setting the saturation to zero in any image editor.

  • Opinion: Lion, Time Machine, the death of the iPhoto interface

    Reader Ian Martin is perplexed by one of Lion’s “features.” He writes:

  • News: iFixit's Dozuki aims to reinvent online manuals

    The geniuses of disassembly, documentation, and delightful wit behind iFixit have targeted a new tool that needs improvement: online manual and knowledge base content management. Their new project, Dozuki, lets companies use the CMS behind iFixit to build own colorful guides with step-by-step instructions.

  • News: New Nintendo 3DS With Less 3D Coming Soon

    Rumors are circulating that Nintendo will have a complete system redesign as early as next year.

  • Opinion: Soothe Sore Eyes With Fluxs Time-Sensitive Lighting

    When you spend more than 10 hours a day staring at a computer screen, you’ll welcome anything that can help reduce the risk of eye strain. A cool cross-platform utility called F.lux can do just that.

  • News: Delayed IT upgrade causes pensioners to be underpaid

    Around 5,000 retired members of the armed forces have been underpaid their pensions due to a delay in upgrading an IT system managed by HP Enterprise Services.



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