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  • Opinion: Pandora Unveils Redesigned Site

    Over the past several years, Pandora has built up 100 million users, changed how we think about the concept of Internet radio and even gone through an initial public offering, all without ever doing a major redesign or refresh to the Pandora site. That moment has finally come. Pandora is set to undergo a total transformation that will add new features, ditch Flash for a snappier HTML5 design and be more usable, according to the company and some early reports.

  • HP LaserJet Pro 100 colour multifunction printer unveiled

    HP has unveiled its smallest colour laser multifunction printer to date. The £249 LaserJet Pro 100 M175nw includes innovations such as instant on and auto off to help keep energy consumption to a minimum. The printer supports Apple AirPrint - PC Advisor tried it out

  • Opinion: Android Market App Brings Movies, Books to Smartphones

    Google recently released a new Android Market app for Android 2.2 or higher that makes it a snap for U.S. users to rent movies and purchase e-books. Android users have been looking forward to movie rentals on their phones ever since Google announced the service during Google I/O in May. Tablets running Android 3.1 are already enjoying the feature, but with the new Market app Android smartphone users can finally get in on the movie rental action, starting at $1.99. Book purchases are also a long time in coming to smartphone users as the feature debuted in the Web version of the Android Market in February.

  • News: EA Closing 17 Online Servers

    EA has announced that it is retiring the online features from 17 of its older and less popular games, believing its engineering and IT staff is better used elsewhere.

  • News: French three strikes law: 470,878 warnings, no lawsuits yet

    France's High Authority for the Distribution of Works and the Protection of Rights on the Internet (Hadopi) has prosecuted no one for illegal file sharing in the nine months since it began operating under a so-called "three strikes" copyright enforcement law.

  • News: DeWalt resigns as president of Intel's McAfee subsidiary

    Intel appointed new leaders to run the McAfee subsidiary as David DeWalt resigned as the unit's president, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: Propellerhead announces Reason 6 and Reason Essentials

    Propellerhead Software announced Reason 6, the latest version of the company's music making software, on Tuesday. Most notably, Reason 6 has all of the combined features of previous versions of Reason and Propellerhead's Record software, including audio recording, editing, and more.

  • News: THQ's UK Studio Closes, Ex-Employees Form Three Start-Ups

    THQ has confirmed that its UK-based development team is to close, but those who have lost their jobs aren't resting on their laurels.

  • News: Game Dev Story Developer Bringing Titles to iOS, Android, PC

    Prolific Japanese developer Kairosoft has told its Facebook fans that it will be bringing a lot more games to the English-speaking market very soon.

  • How-Tos: Help Solve the Outlook 'General Failure' E-Mail Error

    Just over a year ago I wrote a post on fixing the "General failure" error that appears in Outlook when you click a link in an e-mail message. (The full error reads something like this: General failure. The URL was: "http://www.webaddress.com" The system cannot find the file specified.)

  • News: Want to Make Your Own 3D Games? Jump Into the Sandbox

    Creating a 3D game is tricky business, but Platinum Arts' Sandbox Free 3D Game Maker aims to make the whole process more accessible to all ages.

  • News: Cisco CTO Warrior: We needed better accountability

    Cisco's massive user show, Cisco Live, is going on this week in Las Vegas. Padmasree Warrior, Cisco's senior vice president of engineering and CTO sat down with Cisco Subnet editor and blogger Julie Bort. They discussed Cisco's progress since Warrior took the helm as CTO, the reorganization of Cisco's engineering groups, Catalyst vs. Nexus, the so-called Cisco "tax" (its prices vs. the competition), network virtualization, Cisco's toe dipping into the brave new world of open source and the future careers of the Cisco CCIE faithful. What follows is an edited transcript of the interview.

  • News: DeWalt resigns as president of Intel's McAfee subsidiary

    Intel appointed new leaders to run the McAfee subsidiary as David DeWalt resigned as the unit's president, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: OpenText buys BPM vendor Global 360 for $260M

    Content management vendor OpenText is moving further into BPM (business process management) software, scooping up Global 360 for US$260 million, the company announced Wednesday.

  • News: India wants to intercept Skype, Google communications

    The controversy over India's demand that it be allowed to monitor online and mobile communications resurfaced again on Wednesday, with an Indian minister telling reporters that the government had asked Skype, Google, and several other companies to give it access.

  • Griffin Crayola Colour Studio iPad app

    Griffin has been demonstrating its soon-to-launch Crayola Colour Studio app and digital pen for the Apple iPad at an event in London. The £24.99 digitised colouring pen is one of several "app-powered" products that the Apple accessory maker is set to launch. The Griffin app is free, while the battery-powered pen with which it works will be available from the end of the month from the Apple Store.

  • News: Jay Leno named most dangerous celebrity on the web

    American TV host Jay Leno has been named the most dangerous celebrity on the web by BitDefender.

  • News: WikiLeaks Assange awaits court ruling on extradition

    Lawyers for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange finished their arguments on Wednesday in London's High Court as to why the WikiLeaks founder should not be extradited to Sweden to face questioning on potential charges of molestation and rape.

  • News: Facebook launches an app for 'every phone'

    Facebook has launched a new app that will bring the social network to more than 2,500 mobile phones.

  • News: SOE Responds to Fans Over Star Wars Galaxies Closure

    A few days ago, we published the stories of the Star Wars Galaxies fans petitioning to save their favorite game. Since then, Sony Online Entertainment has got in touch with us and issued the following statement to the community:



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