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  • News: Apple's U.S. Mac sales gains again hit double-digits, experts forecast

    Industry analysts say Mac sales in the U.S. increased by as much as 15% in the second quarter, making Apple one of only two of the top five computer makers to post positive gains.

  • News: Irrational Games Co-Founder Announces First Project

    Irrational Games co-founder Jon Chey has formed a new studio with an aim to produce more in the way of "genre, nichey games."

  • Opinion: Apple's iPad: 5 Reasons Why I'll Never Buy One

    Apple is expected to report enormous profits this quarter thanks in no small part to record iPad sales of 7.7 million units. But I'm still holding out for a better tablet.

  • News: Disappearing $69 iPad 2 triggers buyer outrage at Sears

    Consumers really, really want that $69 iPad 2 and they don't care that Sears apologized for the mistaken price and offers a credit.

  • How-Tos: Help! Your PC problems solved, July 2011

    This month our Helproom editor helps readers with upgrading a PC's motherboard, graphics card and memory, software problems with Google Chrome and Windows 7, and downloads that just won't... well... download!

  • News: Alas, No Final Fantasy XIII-2 Until January 2012

    Happy New Year, those are the words you'll be waiting to hear before you can lay hands on Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII follow-up. Well, unless you live in Japan, or can read Japanese, in which case summoning an import copy should be simple enough—Square Enix says Final Fantasy XIII-2 will debut in Japan slightly sooner, in December 2011.

  • News: New Fifa 12 Trailer First Look

    EA Sports are boasting 'revolutionary changes' to their best selling football game.

  • Opinion: Borders Will Be Liquidated, Kobo To Continue

    With the news that Borders plans to liquidate and close all of its stores--including former mall staple Waldenbooks--another brick-and-mortar bookseller went dark today. Borders has made many stumbles, and surely its numerous missteps in the digital era will be the subject of many a case study in business schools. The customers who bought Borders e-books via Kobo Books look set, but a bigger question remains as to how the loss of Borders will impact Kobo.

  • Opinion: News Corp. Hit By Multiple Hack Attacks: LulzSec Returns

    They're back! The notorious hacking group LulzSec resurfaced Monday and claimed responsibility for hacking the U.K.'s The Sun website owned by News Corp. Starting at approximately 6:30 ET Monday the visitors to The Sun's website were redirected to Lulzsec's Twitter account page where it posted a tweet erroneously announced the death of Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp., due to the ingestion of "a large quantity of palladium."

  • News: Batman: Arkham City Collectors Edition Detailed

    Warner Bros. has revealed details of the limited-quantity Collectors Edition for the upcoming Batman: Arkham City.

  • News: The Cost Advantage Controversy of Cloud Computing

    One of the topics most associated with cloud computing is its cost advantages, or lack thereof. One way the topic gets discussed is "capex vs. opex," a simple formulation, but one fraught with meaning.

  • News: Managing your cloud's performance: Best practices

    Once you move your core IT systems into private or public cloud networks, your work isn't over. Now you have a different set of technology issues to deal with: managing the cloud to ensure that your investments pay off for your enterprise and deliver the efficiencies and ROI that you're expecting.

  • News: LinkedIn CEO stresses personal brand creation

    CEO Jeff Weiner sees the social network as a place for professionals to express their experiences, skills

  • News: Mega Man Legends 3 Canned

    Sad news for those looking forward to the first new Mega Man Legends game for some time: Capcom has cancelled the game.

  • News: King of Fighters 95, Baseball Stars 2 Hit NeoGeo Station

    NeoGeo Station released on PSN at the end of last year with 10 titles -- Fatal Fury, Metal Slug , King of Fighters 94, Samurai Shodown , Super Sidekicks, Art of Fighting, Alpha Mission II , League Bowling , Baseball Stars Professional and Magician Lord . SNK's aim behind the service is to allow a new generation of gamers to discover the games of the NeoGeo -- without having to drop $650 on a wooden console, or indeed try and locate an original system. SNK also hopes to bring some of its more obscure titles to the service, allowing players to enjoy a number of games which had never previously been seen outside Japan.

  • News: How to archive your tweets

    Twitter may be a great way to keep up with what's happening, but it's not so good at keeping track of what's happened. That's because Twitter itself offers no way to keep an archive of your tweets. It's true that you can search your own postings (from your Twitter page). But those searches are limited to the last 3,200 tweets you have made. And if you want to store your tweets for posterity, there's no built-in way to do so.

  • Sony CMT-G series DAB micro Hi-Fi iPod docks

    Sony has unveiled four micro hi-fi players that offer a combination of Wi-Fi music streaming, DAB radio and iPod docking. The Sony CMT-G Series costs from £100.

  • News: Microsoft offers $250,000 reward to catch Rustock criminals

    Microsoft is offering a $250,000 reward for help in catching the hackers behind the Rustock botnet.

  • Video: Microsofts Imagine Cup brings together students from around the world for technology competition

    Innovative ideas seek to solve global humanitarian issues using everything from smartphones to cloud computing.

  • News: Two-thirds of Britons on the wrong mobile network

    Two out of three members of the British public are on the wrong mobile contract, a survey said.



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