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  • News: 2K Boss: 'Strategy Games are Just Not Contemporary'

    2K's leading man Christoph Hartmann believes that gaming is evolving and changing, and that means that established brands need to adapt and change too.

  • Opinion: HP Taking on MacBook Air, Asus with Ultrabook Laptop

    The ultraportable laptop competition is heating up, as HP is reportedly expected to be the first to launch laptops based on Intel's new Ultrabook category: slim, affordable laptops that may give Windows users decent alternatives to Apple's MacBook Air. DigiTimes says HP will be launching at least two Ultrabook models -- ahead of the Asus UX21, which is slated for September and the laptop Intel used to announce the new category in May.

  • How-Tos: How to manage files and documents on an Android device

    All play and no work makes your smartphone an expensive toy. But with the help of a wide selection of professional-grade mobile apps from the Android Market, your Google Android tablet and Google Android phone can get down to business. Here's an overview of some of the best Android apps for viewing, creating and editing business documents on the go.

  • News: Intego launches VirusBarrier for iOS

    Intego has released VirusBarrier iOS, which the company says is the first malware scanner for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The app, which is based on Intego's Mac OS X anti-malware tool VirusBarrier X6, can examine files on your iPhone for malware that could affect Macs or PCs.

  • Opinion: 20 Million Google+ Users May Exist by the Weekend

    Most critics believe Google+ is gaining popularity online, but at least one study figures Google's latest social experiment is growing at rates that rival Facebook's. The search giant's two-week-old social network, currently in a limited field test, reportedly grew by 350 percent between July 4 and July 10 from 1.7 million users to 7.3 million. Google+ is also set to hit 10 million by Tuesday and 20 million by the weekend, according to one study.

  • News: Tablet Gaming Not Threatening Traditional Handhelds, Consoles

    Research for IndustryGamers reveals that tablet devices such as the iPad are whetting the public's appetite for gaming and encouraging more to play.

  • News: Burnout Crash Confirmed for Next Month

    EA has confirmed that the XBLA and PSN-based crash 'em up will be hitting the respective online marketplaces next month.

  • News: Latest Parallels Desktop release targest enterprises

    Look around large companies, and you're likely to spot something you wouldn't have seen in the enterprise five years ago--a growing number of Macs. More firms are letting their employees pick between Macs and Windows machines, and those employees are opting for the former. That helped Apple increase its sales to the enterprise market by 66 percent during its fiscal second quarter.

  • News: Sexy Dragon Age Hunks Calendar Makes Over $7,000

    If you have a thing for the boys of Dragon Age, you may be interested in Molly "Jakface" Nemecek's 2012 calendar featuring all your favorite hunks.

  • News: The Witcher 2 Patch 1.3 Imminent, Adds New Free DLC

    The Witcher 2 is getting another patch very soon featuring a variety of bug fixes and a new quest for players to enjoy.

  • News: PlayJam Launches TV Gaming Service

    Social gaming company PlayJam has launched a network of games for use on Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-Ray players.

  • News: Avid offers promo price for Apple Final Cut Pro users

    Avid has announced it is offering a limited-time 'crossgrade' promotion for Final Cut Pro users to pick up Media Composer for £699 plus VAT.

  • News: Studio Trollbäck launches video loop grid iPhone app

    Creative studio Trollbäck + Company can now add iphone applications to its list of design services after the launch of its first app, +loop.

  • News: Pantone upgrades iPhone/iPad app, launches Android app

    Pantone has launched two mobile apps for colour-aware creatives: myPantone for Android and myPantone 2.0 for the iPhone.

  • News: Red Giant adds HD to Magic Bullet Movie Looks app

    Red Giant has upgraded its family of "professional-calibre" mobile apps with the release of Magic Bullet Movie Looks HD. Red Giant has added more features to the tool for adding sophisticated colour styings to video, making the app easier to use, and is bringing full support to the iPad.

  • News: JP Morgan supercomputer offers risk analysis in near real-time

    JP Morgan is now able to run risk analysis and price its global credit portfolio in near real-time after implementing application-led, High Performance Computing (HPC) capabilities developed by Maxeler Technologies.

  • News: Webby Awards launches Lovie Awards for Europe

    The organisation behind the Webby Awards -- the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) -- has set up a sister awards scheme for Europe called the Lovie Awards (after the 'first computer programmer' Ada Lovelace).

  • News: BlackBerry still hugely popular in UK, market figures show

    RIM’s BlackBerry might be on a sustained losing streak against Android and the iPhone around the world but it is still packing in new users in the UK, research company Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has reported.

  • News: Free ID Theft Protection Offers Grow: Are They Any Good?

    If you use the Internet or own a credit card, the threat of having your identity stolen is omnipresent. Now, leading Internet service providers, financial institutions, and companies such as Sony are offering customers peace of mind with free identity theft protection. Other companies such as Debix are offering a free bare-bones version of ID theft protection to anyone online.

  • How-Tos: How to Work Outdoors

    Laptops, tablets, and smartphones are supposed to make us mobile: Freed of cumbersome desktop technology, we can work anywhere we want. Why, then, don't you see legions of people at parks, beaches, or even sidewalk cafes typing away on their laptops? Mainly because they simply can't see their screens.

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