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  • News: Supreme Court to hear Microsoft, i4i case Monday

    Patent attorneys and inventors of all types are closely watching a Microsoft case that the U.S. Supreme Court will start to consider on Monday.

  • News: Club Nintendo's Official Giant AR Card

    Japan's Club Nintendo members can get a two foot-long card with which to summon life-size Miis with their 3DS.

  • News: Executives with online poker sites face US charges

    The U.S. DOJ files charges against three online poker sites.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks show some resilience

    Despite an unusual earnings miss Thursday by Internet bellwether Google, continuing geopolitical turmoil and disappointing news for the PC market, IT is demonstrating continuing resilience as tech stocks in certain sectors moved higher Friday.

  • News: Oracle gives up on commercial Open Office

    Oracle announced Friday that it will no longer sell a commercial version of the Open Office productivity suite, and that the open-source OpenOffice.org will be transitioned to "a purely community-based open-source project."

  • News: Bugs & Fixes: Flash, iOS, and Xcode

    Another week, another roundup of the latest troubleshooting news.

  • News: Obama unvarnished: government IT is 'horrible'

    President Obama last night shared his criticism of government IT operations with the world via a mistakenly open microphone.

  • News: Crisis expert grades Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 update mea culpa

    Microsoft's latest explanation of its Windows Phone 7 update fiasco gets an A for effort, but a B+ for its timing, a crisis communications expert said today.

  • News: US Gov't Unveils New Strategy for Online Security, Privacy

    The United States Department of Commerce held a press conference this morning to announce the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace--or NSTIC for short. The initiative is a partnership between the government and the private sector to improve online security and strengthen consumer confidence in the Internet.

  • News: Noski Turns over BofA CFO Reins to Thompson

    Bank of America Corp. CFO Charles Noski -- named by the giant bank a year ago after a career heading finance at such diverse outfits as Northrop Grumman, AT&T, United Technologies and Hughes Electronics -- will turn that role over to Bruce Thompson by the end of the June quarter.

  • News: A Federal Budget That's Right for You?

    Often cloaked in oh-so-promising titles, a number of preliminary budget proposals now confront the denizens of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and of Capitol Hill.

  • News: QuickTumblr for iPad takes Tumblr blogging on the go

    After a year of the life with the iPad, there are unquestionably some apps that have changed how and what we do on-the-go. But when it comes to blogging, the options have remained limited in both quantity and quality. QuickTumblr from MOApp Software is a new entry in the field that hopes to raise the bar a little.

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: There's a tear in our beer

    The iPhone 4 is a versatile device, but it becomes even more useful when you pair it with the right accessory. This week's roundup of cases for the iPhone 4 shows that it's possible to do just about anything with your phone--drink, watch TV, and more. Of course, we've also got cases that just project your phone from bumps and scratches. Read on for more.

  • News: Zomm smartphone security alarm arrives in UK

    The tiny Zomm smartphone security ‘leash’ has finally been launched in the UK with the company earnestly promoting it as the best way to never leave an expensive device behind.

  • News: Android tablets undercutting iPad prices

    In an effort to attract buyers away from Apple's iPad, device makers are setting starting prices of Android tablets to undercut iPad's US$499 entry-level price.

  • News: How much money are you wasting in unused software licenses?

    Survey claims businesses are wasting $15 billion maintaining unused software each year.

  • News: The Day in Screens: April 14th, 2011

    We have a lot of new screens on the site today, and we've gathered the most tantalizing handful for your viewing pleasure. In today's Day in Screens, Kasumi of Dead or Alive: Dimensions kicks three times the ass when rendered in 3D; lasers and Hybrids terrorize Joe Capelli in Resistance 3; Link explores Hyrule in the 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time; Inversion continues to manipulates gravity; and Pokemon finally get a home of their own on the 'net

  • News: Play indie games, help Portal 2 release early

    The Aperture Science website has had a mysterious countdown on it recently -- it's just been revealed what it means.

  • News: MotorStorm Apocalypse out on May 3

    The recent disasters that hit Japan delayed Motorstorm Apocalypse from its original release date, but Sony has decided it's time the game hit store shelves.

  • News: F.E.A.R. 3 multiplayer detailed

    F.E.A.R. 3 features four main multiplayer modes, according to publisher Warner Bros., and they sound a little different from your regular old deathmatch. A wise decision, as it takes a lot to pry people away from the Call of Duty and Halo titles of the world.



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