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  • News: Internet clothing seller charged with wire fraud

    The owner of a defunct online clothing retail operation has been arrested and charged with wire fraud for allegedly overcharging customers by more than US$5 million.

  • News: A crash course in PostgreSQL, Part 1

    PostgreSQL is a first-rate, enterprise-worthy open source RDBMS (relational database management system) that compares very favorably to high-priced closed-source commercial databases. Databases are complex, tricksy beasts full of pitfalls. In this two-part crash course, we'll get a new PostgreSQL database up and running with elegant ease, and learn important fundamentals.

  • News: WiLan sues Apple, Dell, HTC and others

    Canadian patent licensing company WiLan has set its sight on a handful of technology companies, filing a patent infringement suit against Apple, Hewlett-Packard, HTC, Dell, Novatel, Sierra Wireless and others.

  • News: Child of Eden is $10 at Best Buy

    Rez successor Child of Eden is very good -- check out Ray's review to get the full story on what we thought of it.

  • Opinion: Bugs & Fixes: Microsoft Outlook annoyances

    I've been using Outlook 2011 as my mail program since Microsoft released it as the replacement for Entourage last year. Overall, the transition from Entourage has been a smooth one. Outlook does have several quirks and omissions, however, that bother me on an almost daily basis. What is especially irritating about these quirks is that Entourage handled the same situations with no problem--making Outlook feel more like a downgrade than an upgrade. A few of the issues (such as the lack of a Resend command) have been remedied in subsequent updates to Outlook. But not all. Here are three that remain:

  • News: IT Outsourcing: What Can Be Learned from Midsize Companies

    While midsize companies came later to the IT outsourcing party than their big company counterparts, recent research shows that they may get more out of their IT services deals.

  • News: Customer leaves Apple Store with confidential data

    A man inadvertently walked away from an Apple Store in Conneticut with a hard drive containing confidential information, according to a report.

  • News: Apple wants to put USB 3.0, Thunderbolt in future Macs

    Apple is considering support for the USB 3.0 standard in its forthcoming Mac products, it has been reported.

  • News: Alleged LulzSec hacker 'Kayla' arrested by UK police

    Another two men suspected of involvement in attacks by Anonymous and LulzSec have been arrested by British police, bringing the total detained in an extraordinary week to seven.

  • News: Spinoff of Hactivist Group Anonymous Targets Celebrities

    A faction of the infamous hacktivist collective Anonymous appears to be branching off from the group's social responsibility mission and getting into the celebrity snooping business.

  • Opinion: DIY LED Ambilight Reduces Eye Strain, Looks Awesome

    Watching your favorite television shows or movies in the dark usually means eye-strain on a level that's not exactly fun the next day. Did you know that adding ambient lights behind your television can not only help combat eye fatigue and strain, but also look pretty awesome when you have friends over?

  • News: IT employment grows, but barely

    The U.S. Labor Department reported Friday that no new net jobs across all industries were added in August, but IT hiring may have fared a little better.

  • News: 1-in-6 Macs run OS X Lion

    One-in-six Macs now runs Apple's latest operating system, a Web metrics company said Thursday.

  • News: Choose Your Side Wisely in The Secret World

    A few days ago, we reported on the pre-beta The Secret War event which potential players of Funcom's upcoming MMO The Secret World would be able to participate in. It turns out that the choice of faction players make in this pre-game ARG will have significant consequences -- once you've chosen your faction, there's no changing.

  • News: Activision Sells 18 Million Black Ops Map Packs

    Activision reported during a recent conference call that its digital revenues are up by approximately 22% to $1.7 billion for the 12 month period ending June 2011, and that this success can be at least partly attributed to the success of Call of Duty: Black Ops' map packs.

  • News: Concur agrees with Salesforce.com cloud strategy

    Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) using Salesforce.com will soon have another option to track their travel expenses with the announcement of a new offering built on Force.com yesterday.

  • News: DHS warns of planned Anonymous attacks.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security today issued a somewhat unusual bulletin warning the security community about the planned activities of hacking collective Anonymous over the next few months.

  • News: Starz Ditches Netflix and Everybody Loses

    On the same day that Netflix's controversial new pricing model became reality, the company also lost its contract with Starz -- which means some of Netflix's best and newest content will disappear come February 28, 2012. It's a mostly lose-lose situation, but Starz's departure could mean big cable companies' return to prominence, and the dilution of low-cost streaming video.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Sept. 2

    This week's iPhone 5 rumor harvest shows a certain desperation and perhaps oxygen starvation: The iOSsphere is living on rumors built on rumors built on other rumors.

  • News: Security rundown for the week ending Sept. 2

    A mish-mash of security issues came up this week, everything from how to protect virtualized environments to a system that protects copper in utility sites from robbery and a story about digital certificate thefts.


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