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  • News: Magic Carpet on GOG

    EA/Bullfrog classic title Magic Carpet has just been re-released for the first time in years via CD Projekt's Good Old Games service.

  • News: IBM's new future: Quantum computing

    IBM marks its 100th anniversary by celebrating its record in technology innovation.

  • News: ADP acknowledges system intrusion, says one client hit

    Automatic Data Processing (ADP) today disclosed that it has suffered a system intrusion that it believes has impacted only one client associated with Workscape, the benefits administration platform company it acquired.

  • News: Top Web sites have an iPad preference

    The top 500 Web sites are catering more to the iPad than they are to Android tablets, according to tests by Blaze Software.

  • Opinion: Facebook's Secret Projects Outed: Meet Project Spartan

    Facebook is getting its mobile game on. The social network is reportedly nearing the release of a bevy of impressive apps that will transform the social network into a mobile-savvy company. On deck is reportedly a geolocation photo swapping app and a new HTML5-based mobile platform called Project Spartan.

  • Opinion: Google Places for iPhone

    The free Google Places app is everything you should expect from Google: a clean, customizable, easy-to-use method of searching your iPhone for nearby bars, bakeries, and other types of businesses.

  • Opinion: Google's Nexus 4G is Expected in November, Report Says

    If the latest rumors about Google's forthcoming Nexus 4G phone are to be believed, you might want to wait until Thanksgiving before getting a new Android device. Google is reportedly prepping a new Nexus phone that includes a dual-core processor, "monster-sized" screen, and high-definition video capture. The phone will run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), be available around Thanksgiving, and, as the name suggests, the device will run on a 4G LTE network, according to Boy Genius Report.

  • News: Nokia loses U.K. patent battle against IPCom

    Nokia is infringing on a patent owned by German company IPCom, the U.K. High Court ruled today. IPCom will be seeking damages and an injunction banning the sale of the Finnish company's 3G phones, it said in a statement.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook hits UK shelves

    The BlackBerry PlayBook has finally been made available to Brits.

  • News: Senior EU official wants ISPs to safeguard public values

    A senior European Commission official has said that Internet service providers (ISPs) should be responsible for safeguarding public values.

  • News: China's Alibaba restructures online retailer Taobao

    Taobao, China's largest online retailer, has split into three separate companies to better address its target markets, parent company Alibaba Group said Thursday.

  • News: TSMC May Beat Intel with Worlds First 3D Chips

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. is vying with Intel to become the first company to sell three-dimensional chips that boost the density of transistors in a single semiconductor by up to 1000 times.

  • News: IBM: We lost our way but we're innovators again

    The UK managing director at IBM has said the company changed itself dramatically in the last decade after somewhat losing its way, but insisted it has retained its essence and returned to being an “innovator”.

  • News: iPhone 5 edge-to-edge screen confirmed?

    Has an app developer inadvertently given away the fact that the next-generation iPhone will have an edge-to-edge display?

  • News: Cloud now used by 80 percent of firms

    A worldwide survey of 1,250 C-level executives and IT directors shows that 81 percent of firms have already moved at least some of their IT systems into the cloud.

  • News: GetJar: Rewarding paying users key to Android app success

    If you are a mobile developer and not making any money on your Android applications, don't give up. A good name, focus and offering paying users the right incentives can help, according toa blog post from application store proprietor GetJar.

  • News: Cisco backs embattled RSA SecurID in new security architecture

    With all of the recent security problems around RSA's SecurID two-factor authentication technology as a backdrop, Cisco today made it clear that it's still a major supporter of SecurID by including the two-factor authentication token as a main security component in what Cisco calls its "PCI 2.0 Architecture" of assembled Cisco, EMC, RSA, VMware and HyTrust products.

  • Video: Starbucks extends smartphone payment app to Android

    Pay for your coffee with an Android app

  • Feature: PC Advisor's top tweets of the week – 16th June 2011

    There's been a lot happening in the world of technology this week, making much work for those on micro-blogging site Twitter. Here's our five favourite musings of the week from the Twitterverse.

  • Creative Zen Style M300

    Creative has added a new model to its range of music and video players. The Zen Style M300 is a pebble-sized audio-video player with FM radio and a 1.4in display. The device takes microSD cards and comes in capacities from 4GB to 16GB.

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