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  • News: Acer ships Aspire ultraportable laptop for $779

    Acer on Tuesday started shipping three new Aspire laptops, including a thin-and-light laptop around an inch thick and priced from US$779.99.

  • News: After hack, RSA offers to replace SecureID tokens

    In an acknowledgement of the severity of its recent computer compromise, RSA Security said Monday that it will replace SecureID tokens for any customer that asks.

  • News: Mac OS X Lion to be available for $32 in Australia

    The latest upgrade for the Mac OS X operating system, OS X Lion, will be available in Australia through the Mac App Store some time in July for $31.99. The OS X upgrade will only be offered as a download through the Apple online store -- Apple has confirmed to PC World Australia there is no planned standalone retail release.

  • News: Study: Social Media Users Share Web Content in Limited Ways

    How do you share content on the Web? Do you blast links across Twitter, share stories on your Facebook status, or e-mail an interesting item privately to friends or associates? If you use social media to share content relevant to your business, what's the best way to get attention?

  • News: Alternatives to Popular Tech Products

    Were you more of a freak or geek than a popular kid in high school? Are you always looking for a way to fight "the man"? Do you express your individuality with, say, safety-pin earrings? Maybe you're just a savvy shopper who doesn't believe all the hype you see in commercials. In any case, these alternatives may turn your head.

  • News: E3: Sony's PlayStation 3DTV

    Sony is dedicated to driving the adoption of 3D amongst gamers. One of the ways it's going to tackle this is with an affordable 3D bundle.

  • News: E3: Uncharted 3 Beta on June 28

    Sony and Naughty Dog kicked off the PlayStation press conference with a spectacular look at Uncharted 3.

  • News: Want to get 'old' CEOs into social media? Try success stories

    What do IT and marketing people do if their CEO and other senior managers are stultifying the use of social media? Show them case studies and examples of how other C-level executives are using it to their advantage, say leading social media professionals from Telstra and Facebook.

  • News: Qantas flies with Akamai for website performance

    Today’s airlines live and die by their online systems. Their websites must combine performance and availability with functionality and efficiency — and the customer experience is everything, especially when competitors are only a click away. And when you’re the world’s longest continuously operating airline — Qantas — your customers can be anywhere.

  • News: E3: Assassin's Creed Looking Good

    Ubisoft showed off the new Assassin's Creed game for the first time at their E3 press conference, and it's looking pretty spectacular.

  • News: E3: TrackMania 2 This November

    Ubisoft has announced that TrackMania 2, the first title in the ManiaPlanet series, will be hitting store shelves this November.

  • News: E3: Far Cry 3 in 2012

    Ubisoft showed off an impressive demo for a new game in the Far Cry series at its E3 press conference.

  • News: E3: Rayman Origins is Gorgeous

    Ubisoft has kicked off its press conference with Rayman Origins, which is looking pretty special -- especially for fans of the original.

  • Opinion: Microsoft to Launch Live TV Streaming on Xbox 360

    Today at E3, Microsoft revealed plans to bring live streaming television to its Xbox Live entertainment platform this fall. Microsoft said it was partnering with companies in the U.S. and abroad to provide a variety of television content, but the company didn't announce any partners at the event.

  • Opinion: Sony Gets Hacked Again and Again, Pilfered Data Released

    It's getting a bit old hat, but Sony's been hacked once again. Hacking group Lulzsec, which earlier had hacked the Sony Pictures website, released on Monday some 54 megabytes of source code from Sony's developer network website, as well as network maps from Sony BMG's New York offices.

  • Opinion: Windows 8 and Lion: Different Takes on Computing's Next Steps

    It's kind of hard to compare Mac OS X Lion to Windows 8, mainly because, well, while we now know a fair amount about Lion, we essentially know only two things about Windows 8: that it exists and that it has a tablet-friendly overlay as its main interface. But what I think we can say is that they're two very different approaches to bringing tablet-like features to PC operating systems.

  • How-Tos: Avoiding Embarrassing Photo Sharing on Twitter

    In light of Rep. Anthony Weiner's embarrassing announcement Monday that he had sent inappropriate pictures of himself to six different women on Twitter it seems that now is the ideal time to discuss how you can avoid suffering a similar fate. After all, posts to social networking services are becoming ever more scrutinized by employers and, in the case of public figures, the press. So we're proud to present PCWorld's 4 step plan to avoid embarrassing photo sharing on Twitter.

  • News: With iOS5, Apple Mostly Plays Catch-Up

    When it's released this fall, iOS 5 will be a major update to Apple's mobile operating system. But it won't be very revolutionary. Rather than introduce innovations, Apple will mostly fill in iOS's holes by borrowing features already found on other mobile operating systems, or correcting longtime annoyances.

  • News: After delay, hacker to show flaws in Siemens industrial gear

    A security researcher who says he's found serious problems with Siemens computers used in power plants and heavy industry is now expecting to go public with his research at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas.

  • News: Apple announces iCloud: a virtual digital hub

    Apple's Steve Jobs today announced the Apple iCloud, and demoted the PC to 'just another device' status. The iCloud is a connected, hosted account that stores all files and communications in a single place, accessed from multiple devices.



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