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  • Opinion: Why ICANN changes spell out: 'no you can't'

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) recently approved a radical shake-up of the way website addresses are formulated. The current method of assigning one of a limited number of domain names (.com or .co.uk, for instance) was inevitably going to buckle, but it’s worth reflecting on how well it worked.

  • News: LulzSec pours scorn on UK census hack story

    Tweeting hacker group Lulz Security has poured scorn on reports that it hacked the UK Office of National Statistics' massive 2011 census database.

  • News: Apple launches Final Cut Pro X

    Apple has announced the launch of Final Cut Pro X, which is now available to download from the Mac App Store for £179.99.

  • News: LulzSec deny Census hack

    LulzSec, the notorious hacking outfit, has denied claims that it has hacked into the 2011 Census database.

  • News: NYSE Euronext system glitch floors European trading

    The New York Stock Exchange’s European stock markets were this morning floored for two hours, after a significant system problem hit trading for a second day.

  • News: Roadshow for iPad saves videos for viewing later

    Fetch Softworks, which makes the Fetch FTP client for Mac OS X, has come out with Roadshow, a new iPad app that allows you to save web videos for viewing later, even when the device is offline. The free, ad-supported app imposes a limit of up to 15 saved videos; a $5 in-app purchase removes that limitation (as well as the advertising).

  • News: Hipmunk updates flight search app for iPad

    Hipmunk launched its flight and hotel search service last year with an eye toward taking some of the pain out of booking travel. Now the company is hoping to do the same thing for iPad users.

  • News: Apple ups Time Capsule capacity to 3TB

    Apple on Tuesday released new models of Time Capsule, its combination backup drive and wireless base station.The new Time Capsules are available in 2TB and 3TB capacities—previously, Time Capsule had topped out at 2TB.

  • News: Apple releases Final Cut Pro X

    It’s finally here. Apple has released Final Cut Pro X, a brand new version of its flagship professional non-linear video editing software. It should be available as a $300 download from the App Store at some point after 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, though Apple warns that it might take "some time" for it and companion apps Motion and Compressor to be visible.

  • News: BT and TalkTalk refused appeal of DEA judicial review result

    BT and TalkTalk's application to appeal against the result of a judicial review into the Digital Economy Act has been refused.

  • Feature: Top 10 time-wasting websites

    Bored? Kill some of the precious time in the only life you'll ever have with these brilliant and mostly frivolous websites, recommended by our readers.

  • News: First LulzSec Hacking Suspect Arrested in Scotland?

    Due to a reporting error, the PC World story "First LulzSec Hacking Suspect Arrested in Scotland?", posted to the wire on Tuesday, misidentified the law enforcement agency that arrested an alleged member of the hacking group Lulz Security. A U.K. police force, not Scottish, made the arrest. The headline and story have been changed on the wire with all references to Scotland removed.

  • News: Pro app updates follow Final Cut Pro X release

    The same day it debuted Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, and Compressor 4 to the public, Apple on Tuesday separately released several software updates for those applications.

  • News: Teen Arrested for Sony Hack

    London police say 19-year-old has hacked a "number of international businesses," looking into connections with LulzSec.

  • News: Serve 'Customer 2.0' well or perish

    Businesses must start preparing to serve the emerging tech-savvy Customer 2.0 class that's graduating from college looking to spend money with companies that understand their social networking world.

  • News: Verizon to Kill Unlimited Data Plans in July

    If you want an unlimited smartphone data plan, you're running out of options.

  • News: Professor Layton Comes to Mobile Phones

    Layton developer Level-5 teams up with popular Japanese mobile dev DeNa to bring the professor's adventure to a whole new audience.

  • News: FCC Leaks New Apple AirPort Extreme

    The Federal Communications Commission has posted test results for what looks to be a possible refresh of the AirPort Extreme. It's tough to learn much about what's changed in the wireless hardware from the reports because Apple filed a request to keep all proprietary details confidential. However, the results show that tests were done in both 2.4 Ghz and 5Ghz bands, and the speculation is that there could be support for the new three-stream standard for 450Mbps.

  • News: LulzSec Denies Taking U.K. Census Data

    The hacker group LulzSec denies it has stolen a large amount of personal data of U.K. residents from that country's 2011 census. The denial comes after someone claiming to be from the hacker group posted a notice online that said the hackers obtained the entire database of the U.K.'s 2011 Census. If true, it would have meant LulzSec had the basic vital information of a large number of British citizens including names, addresses, dates of birth, levels of education, and marital and employment statuses.

  • News: HP tests personalized video delivery to consumers

    Hewlett-Packard's research organization in Bangalore has developed an application that will help consumers create personalized channels of online video content on their Windows computers.



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