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  • News: Smule's MadPad makes music out of anything

    To date, Smule’s helped you use your iPad and iPhone as instruments (Ocarina, Leaf Trombone, Magic Piano), an auto-correcting microphone (I Am T-Pain), and a karaoke machine (Glee). With Thursday’s release of MadPad for iPhone (and MadPad HD for iPad), the music-app-focused company creates a new genre: It helps you capture real world noise and turn those sounds into music.

  • News: Speed Up Windows 7 Installs With Slipstreaming and USB

    PC users know that reinstalling Windows is just one of the things that come with the territory. Maybe you're performing a clean install on your own PC to fix nagging issues, or maybe you're bringing your home-office or small-business network up to the latest version.

  • News: Xbox Indie Games Summer Uprising Scores Dashboard Promotion

    The Xbox Indie Game Summer Uprising has had its successful campaign rewarded with a feature spot on the Xbox Dashboard.

  • News: 5 Reasons to Get Excited About Windows Phone 7 Mango

    Ever since Microsoft previewed the Windows Phone 7 Mango update back in May, we’ve been eager to get our hands on the next generation of smartphones running Microsoft’s OS. The new phones are slated to arrive this fall, and September has brought some leaks, rumors, and actual confirmed phones. In fact, last week at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, HTC unveiled the Titan and the Radar, the first of its Mango phones.

  • News: Droid Bionic Accessories: Which Ones Are Worth the Money?

    Want to use your new Droid Bionic smartphone in your car, at your desk, connected to your TV, or as a laptop? Motorola has a dock for you. When I tested these accessories, however, only some proved extremely useful--one just wasn’t up to snuff.

  • News: Assassin's Creed Revelations Beta Opens to All PSN Members

    Following a successful run for PlayStation Plus and Uplay members, the Assassin's Creed Revelations multiplayer beta is open to all PS3 owners from today.

  • News: Cloud computing and governance in the digital age - Part 3

    During the Saleforce.com Dreamforce event in San Francisco, CEO Marc Benioff sat down with some of the leaders in the industry to talk about Cloud computing and governance in the digital age. The panelincluded former US federal government chief information officer, Vivek Kundra, the vice-president of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, and Burberry chief executive officer, Angela Ahrendts.

  • Buying Advice: What's the best student tablet?

    Strictly speaking, if you're a student you shouldn't really be able to afford a tablet. However, that said, they are tempting little fiends so we can excuse you splashing out on a tablet this once. Make sure you heed our advice before you do, otherwise you could end up with a massive credit card bill and a rubbish tablet to boot.

  • Opinion: Windows Phone 7, Day 7: Threads Ties Messaging Together

    I do a fair amount of instant messaging and texting. There are some reports suggesting that texting is emerging as the preferred method of communication for a smartphone--more than voice. Obviously Windows Phone 7 is capable of both, but with Mango Microsoft adds a new twist. For today's 30 days With Windows Phone 7 post, I am going to check out the Threads feature.

  • News: Good Old Games Continues Ultima Revival

    Top retro gaming site Good Old Games has released the second trilogy of classic Ultima RPGs for $5.99.

  • News: The Impossible Game Comes to PSN

    Surprise indie hit The Impossible Game has made the jump to PS3 and PSP thanks to publisher Grip Games.

  • News: Check Out This Funky Atari Retro-Joystick for iPad

    An Atari joystick for your iPad? Now that is kind of cool, and it actually looks like it'll work in a truly connected sense, unlike some of these awkward alternatives where you're basically suctioning something to the iPad's glass surface. Thank Discovery Bay Games, who've partnered with Atari to make it so.

  • News: LG Dual Play provides simultaneous full-screen gaming

    LG has come up with a cunning way of allowing two-player mode gaming to work in fullscreen for both players at once. Its Dual Play lets each player view of its 3D scenes in 2D

  • How-Tos: How to configure Windows Explorer in Windows 7

    A reader wrote to tell us he doesn't like Windows Explorer in Windows 7, and asking if he could use it in a Windows XP mode. Our Helproom expert told him how to configure Windows Explorer so it works just the way you want.

  • News: PURE Classic II DAB gets Listen Later audio recording update

    Digital radio manufacturer PURE has updated its best-selling PURE One Classic II DAB and FM radio with the ability to record programmes that you would otherwise miss. The Listen Later option allows users to set single or series recordings for subsequent playback.

  • News: 88% of people use printers to print out photos & posters

    More than half of all printer users principally utilise their printers to print out photos, a poll suggests.

  • News: Amazon cloud SDKs for Android, iOS exit beta testing

    Amazon's SDKs (software development kits) for Android and Apple's iOS have exited the beta testing phase, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: DoCoMo: Apple lawsuit won't block Japan Samsung tablet

    NTT DoCoMo's CEO said Thursday that the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab next month will not be affected by a patent-infringement lawsuit by Apple.

  • News: Google attacks Apple via HTC

    Armed with new patents transferred from Google, HTC has filed a new lawsuit against Apple and amended two previous legal complaints.

  • News: Researcher raps Apple for not blocking stolen SSL certificates

    A security researcher criticized Apple for what he called "foot dragging" over the DigiNotar certificate fiasco, and urged the company to quickly update Mac OS X to protect users.


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