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  • Opinion: Day 11: Weighing LibreOffice as an Office Alternative

    Welcome back. For today's 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux post, I am taking a look at LibreOffice--the open source suite of productivity tools that comes installed by default with Ubuntu Linux. I examine how it works, compared with Microsoft Office, or my experience last month spending 30 Days With Google Docs.

  • Toshiba Qosmio X770 quad-core gaming laptops launch

    Toshiba has launched a 17in gaming laptop primed with 3D gaming and video playback support and up to 1.5TB of onboard storage. The Qosmio X770 uses a quad-core Intel processor and runs 64bit Windows 7 Home Premium

  • News: Wanted: MacBook Air with Backlit Keyboard

    Volume is growing that Apple will unveil a new model of its ultra-slim MacBook Air laptop in the coming weeks.

  • News: OS X Lion May Support Nuance

    Last month we heard that Apple was negotiating with Nuance to bring voice recognition to iOS 5. Looks like that partnership may have formed, as hints of Nuance's voice recognition software were reportedly found in OS X Lion and the latest internal iOS build.

  • News: How to Use Twitter Like a Pro

    Is your business on Twitter? It should be. The microblogging site has tweeted its way, 140 characters at a time, to the top of the social media ladder. With more than 200 million members sending out an estimated 65 million tweets per day, your business should be engaged.

  • News: Panasonic Interchangeable-Lens Cameras Get Even Smaller

    It's been only 6 months since the very compact Panasonic Lumix GF2 Micro Four-Thirds system camera hit stores, and it already has a notably smaller follow-up.

  • News: Anonymous vs India Drama Fit for Bollywood

    A group of Indian hackers identifying themselves as a wing of Anonymous went head-to-head with the Indian Army last week, then backed off -- but perhaps not soon enough. Today the group's Twitter and Facebook pages have mysteriously disappeared and they've been called out by other hackers claiming to be the "real Anonymous."

  • Opinion: Backup on the Road

    Matt travels on business a lot. He asked the Answer Line forum for suggestions on backing up his data while on the road.

  • News: Google tops tech industry pay scale

    Google employees are the best-paid in the IT industry, according to a pay survey.

  • News: Cancom iPad Tour 2011 dates announced

    Apple Premium Reseller Cancom will host two free events for teachers aimed at helping them get the best out of the iPad 2.

  • News: The Co-operative launches Apprenticeship Academy

    The Co-operative Group has opened a £9 million Apprenticeship Academy that will offer opportunities in all areas of the business, including corporate IT.

  • News: Apple's iPhone 4 Hired as Tricorder for Space Station

    Two iPhone 4s will be hitching a ride to the International Space Station in July when Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis blasts off for the last time from Kennedy Space Center.

  • News: IMF Hacked; No End in Sight to Security Horror Shows

    The recent online intrusion into International Monetary Fund servers may have been the work of malicious hackers working for a foreign government, according to online reports.

  • News: Report: Apple iPhone 5 to launch in September

    According to 9to5Mac, Apple will launch the iPhone 5 in September. The site references "a previously accurate Apple source" as saying that the next-generation Apple iPhone will launch in three months and will include speech-recognition capabilities from Nuance, but won't include some of the features that have been rumoured.

  • News: Unlocked iPhone 4 Coming this Week? Sounds Good to Me

    Rumor has it Apple will start selling unlocked iPhone 4s in the U.S. starting Wednesday. It's unknown how much the alleged unlocked iPhones would cost, or what networks would run on. For those unfamiliar, selling unlocked iPhones is common outside the U.S., so the move would not be unprecedented.

  • News: Nuance talks to the social networks

    The new version of Dragon speech recognition software includes support for iPhones and social networks

  • Kodak EasyShare Sport waterproof camera

    Kodak's Easyshare Sport camera is a great buy for those that plan to take some snaps on the beach. It's waterproof up to a depth of three metres. The £59.99 camera can take 12Mp photos, has an underwater picture mode and is dustproof

  • Video: Sights and sounds of E3 2011

    Highlights of the 2011 E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles

  • News: Google pulls more malware from Android Market

    Google removed more malware-infected applications from its Android Market last week, according to a security researcher who reported the rogue software to the company.

  • News: 3D conferencing hits the enterprise

    Immersive virtual environments - such as Second Life and some enterprise-friendly alternatives - have traditionally required users to download special software and learn a difficult user interface.



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