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  • News: Domino's serves up Android app

    Domino's Pizza (ASX:DMP) has added to its application menu with the launch of an Android app for customers who don't have an iPhone.

  • News: US Senate approves major patent system overhaul

    The U.S. Senate has voted to approve a major overhaul of the nation's patent system, with the legislation allowing a new kind of challenge to patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

  • News: Tech Titans We Will Miss and Ones Better Off Dismissed

    In the wake of Carol Bartz's firing from Yahoo, let's take a look at how tech CEOs' personalities and business tactics defined or are defining their companies, for good or ill. Here are 10 dynamic current and former tech CEOs, some we will miss, and others ... not so much

  • Opinion: Geek 101: What Is Arduino?

    If you've been reading this blog for a while, you've probably seen us refer to the Arduino microcontroller on a number of occasions. This little circuit board is at the heart of many DIY projects, from robotics to art projects and just about everything in between.

  • News: Fox News Attacks 'Liberal Agenda' Behind SimCity and Flower

    Are video games promoting a hidden liberal agenda? That's the bat-shit insane theory that Fox News is trying to push in one of their recent news segments.

  • News: Imagining Fatalities in Super Smash Bros.

    Dorkly bring blood, gore, and projectile vomiting to the Super Smash Bros. universe.

  • Opinion: New Point-of-Sale Strategy Boosts Service and Security

    The tools used to ring up sales have come a long way since the cash register. The first point-of-sale (POS) software for Microsoft Windows emerged in the early 1990s. POS systems have since evolved from souped-up cash registers that did nothing more than record sales into hubs for business management, operations, and analysis. The past decade has seen the rise of touchscreen interfaces, customer self-checkout stations, and payment kiosks.

  • News: AMD ships 16-core server chips, servers due in Q4

    Advanced Micro Devices this week said it has shipped the first 16-core chips for servers, which is a positive step ahead for the company as it tries to reverse its sagging fortunes in the server market.

  • Opinion: Kindle DX: When Does the Fire Sale Start?

    Amazon seems to be making all the right moves lately. Its Kindle e-reader, both the Wi-Fi and 3G versions, is a perennial best-seller in the online retailer's store, although Amazon remains shy about releasing exact sales figures. And reports of its upcoming (if unannounced) tablet device are very positive, indicating that Amazon may be the first serious challenger to the Apple iPad in the tablet biz.

  • Opinion: Wait! Don't Rush Out for Droid Bionic or Mango Just Yet

    It's an exciting time for high-end smartphones--HTC unveiled a couple hot Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" smartphones coming soon, and the Droid Bionic is available from Verizon starting today. Devices like the HTC Titan and the Droid Bionic are impressive, but do yourself a favor and wait a month or two before getting a new smartphone.

  • News: From Dust Coming to PSN Later This Month

    From Dust has been out for Xbox 360 since its release as part of the XBLA Summer of Arcade Event at the end of July. The playing-god first-person sandbox-ey game has received rave reviews from across the gaming community, and those who are bound by their PS3s can finally see what all the fuss is about -- earlier today, the PlayStation Blog announced that From Dust will arrive on PSN in Europe (September 14th) and the US (September 27th) for $14.99, Euros and dollars respectively

  • News: Studio Ghibli's PS3 Game Playable at TGS

    For all the hype that used to surround Tokyo's epic gaming convention, there's a lot we're not going to get to see at this year's TGS. But one highly anticipate title we will get to see is Ni No Kuni, the Studio Ghibli-developed RPG coming exclusively to PS3.

  • News: Even more Thunderbolt results

    With Speedmark 7 development behind us, Macworld Lab can once again focus on other Mac-related performance stories. On the top of the list of projects is a follow-up on previous Thunderbolt performance stories (Thunderbolt versus FireWire and USB 2.0, Target Disk Mode and more). This time around, we look at Lion versus Snow Leopard performance, MacBook Air performance, and update our eSATA comparison results using a 6Gbps ExpressCard from StarTech.

  • News: Twitter Claims 100 Million Active Users -- Now What?

    After years of silence about how many active users Twitter has, the company has finally announced a milestone worth talking about: Twitter now has 100 million active users.

  • News: Mozilla issues do-not-track guide for advertisers

    Mozilla issued a Do Not Track Field Guide to encourage advertisers and publishers to implement do-not-track (DNT) functionality.

  • News: Intel, Microsoft's Wintel alliance faces test at IDF

    The strength of the once-prosperous Wintel alliance could be tested at Intel's developer show next week as the chip maker and Microsoft adapt to a market shift from PCs to mobile devices such as tablets, analysts said this week.

  • News: Behind the scenes of Wellesley College's desktop virtualization rollout

    Although desktop virtualization is still a relatively new technology, Ravi Ravishanker is no stranger to it. He helped implement VDI projects at Pace University and Wesleyan University in recent years and now is overseeing a rollout at Wellesley College, the all-women's school west of Boston where he serves as CIO.

  • News: Twitter hits 100M active users, trumpets its influence

    Twitter has 100 million active users, half of which log on to the microblogging site every day, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: DigiNotar hacker threatens to expand spy attacks using stolen certificates

    The hacker with links to several breaches of SSL certificate-issuing networks this year admitted sharing stolen certificates with others in Iran, and threatened to extend future spy-style attacks to computer users in the U.S., Europe and Israel.

  • News: Just Mobile UpStand for iPad

    Just Mobile's $50 UpStand for iPad is a dedicated stand for viewing your iPad on a desk, table, or countertop. It’s simple, lightweight, and works with both iPad generations—even when the tablet is in a reasonably sized case.


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