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  • How-Tos: How to Recover a Lost Phone, Tablet, or Laptop

    The bad news: At some point, your cell phone is likely to go missing. Whether it falls out of your pocket in a cab, or you leave it unattended in a public place for a few seconds only to have it swiped by someone with sticky fingers and low moral fiber, your phone is vulnerable. In fact, according to a report from security software company Symantec, 36 percent of U.S. consumers have had a cell phone disappear on them.

  • Opinion: Intuit Shows Off Mobile Tools

    Intuit dominates small-business accounting with its Quickbooks software, but the company is also working on tools to help managers of small and medium-size businesses do more from smartphones and tablets when they are away from the office.

  • Opinion: One Thing Amazon Must Get Right With Its Kindle Tablet

    If Amazon does announce a tablet this week, as anticipated, it needs to nail one thing really well if it wants to succeed--and that is to make the tablet's look, feel, usability, and design rock-solid. Why? If the new tablet doesn't nail the interface from the get-go, it will have a hard time being anything more than a me-too tablet. This is a big challenge for the e-commerce powerhouse whose lack of either aesthetics or well-presented user interfaces has been its Achilles' heel.

  • News: Facebook looking into NZ parallelism development

    Multi-core processors and the multi-processor render-walls of animation companies such as Weta Digital are two obvious faces of a move towards more parallelism in digital processing -- a trend that can work to New Zealand's benefit, local champion Nicolás Erdödy believes.

  • News: Don't fear the Patriot Act says Microsoft lawyer

    Microsoft's Australasian legal chief says there is nothing to fear from the Patriot Act when considering a move to cloud-based services, because the US government can access your data regardless.

  • News: APAC mobile connections to hit 4.2 billion in 2016: Ovum

    Asia-Pacific (AP) mobile connections will reach 4.2 billion in 2016 a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4 per cent over the next five years, according to Ovum.

  • News: APAC BPO market to reach revenues of $17.47 billion: Ovum

    Asia-Pacific's business process outsourcing (BPO) market will reach revenues of US$17.47 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3 per cent from the US$11.18 billion it hit in 2010, predicts Ovum in a new report.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 27/09/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks

  • News: Remains of the Day: iPhone home

    Tired of iPhone rumors? Let me make this easy for you: It's coming out sometime, at a place, with lots of new features for a certain price! There, done. Now unless you're interested in the latest developments in the case of the lost prototype or how Apple's former CEO destroyed the fabric of comics, you don't even have to read the remainders for Monday, September 26, 2011.

  • How-Tos: Crash course: How to make a website with Drupal

    Drupal is an amazing content management system (CMS) that can build pretty much any Web site you want it to -- if you can figure out how. Follow along as I remake my personal Web site, bratgrrl.com, using Drupal.

  • News: Intel ships a new generation of Atom chips

    Intel on Monday started shipping new low-power Atom chips built on the platform code-named Cedar Trail, with numerous improvements to boost graphics and application performance over their predecessor.

  • News: Canadian Wi-Fi management provider bought by AT&T

    A Canadian maker of a Wi-Fi turnkey network management solution for hotels is being bought by AT&T.

  • News: Rite Aid rolls out in-store virtual doctor visits

    Rite Aid said today that it's installed kiosks in Detroit-area stores that allow customers to engage in online chats with physicians.

  • Opinion: A Bundle of Updates Give 10 Linux Distributions a Boost

    With so many Linux distributions to choose from, it can be difficult to keep tabs on them all. Over the past few weeks I've written about Bodhi Linux--a lesser-known but nice (and increasingly popular) flavor of Linux--as well as Arch Linux and Mandriva. But today I'd like to round up other distributions of the free and open source operating system that have released key updates recently.

  • Opinion: Amazon Inks Deal With Fox for 2,000+ Streaming Movies

    Amazon announced Monday that it would add more than 2,000 TV shows and movies to its streaming video services this fall in a new partnership with Fox. The new content, which includes classic movies like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and TV shows like the X-Files and the cult hit Arrested Development, will bring the total number of instant streaming titles on Amazon to more than 11,000.

  • News: GOP seeks to help high-tech firms with visas

    House Republican leaders and President Barack Obama were each holding town hall style meetings today in Silicon Valley to talk about the economy.

  • News: T-Mobile: HTC Amaze and Samsung Galaxy S II go on sale Oct. 12

    T-Mobile USA unveiled its fastest 4G smartphones, both running dual-core 1.5 GHz processors and going on sale Oct. 12.

  • News: Life After Google Labs: 5 Cool Google Experimental Apps

    The death of Google Labs doesn't mean the end of Google experimentation. Here are five fun and useful Google experimental apps that are still around to play with.

  • News: Apple Mac Thunderbolt ports will support optical cables

    Thunderbolt ports on Apple's current Macintosh computers will be compatible with upcoming fiber optic cables, which should be ready by next year, an Intel spokesman said.

  • News: Android beats iPhone 2-to-1 in new smartphone purchases

    Apple's iPhone lost share among U.S. consumers who bought a mobile phone in the last three months, while the share for devices running Google's Android climbed, Nielsen said Monday.


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