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  • Opinion: Verizon Bill Follows Customer to the Grave

    Sometimes you get the feeling that the bills keep coming and they won't stop until you're dead. And sometimes, even then, the bills keep coming.

  • Opinion: Disney Researches Force Feedback on Your Spine

    Sometimes I don't think games are immersive enough. I'll pull some ridiculous maneuver in Dirt 3, and all I get is a little controller shake. Pffh. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks this, because, according to New Scientist, the engineers at Disney Research in Pittsburgh are working a "Tactile Brush" that can mimic motion across your back.

  • Video: COMPUTEX: Intel introduces Ultrabook design

    Intel is hoping to see a new class of Ultrabook thin and light laptops based around its chips

  • Opinion: US Government Embraces Consumerization of IT

    The agencies of the United States government, under the guidance of CIO Vivek Kundra, are adapting to the consumerization of IT and letting users make their own technology decisions. Unfortunately for RIM, it seems that users are not choosing BlackBerry, which has previously been dictated as the government standard.

  • Opinion: E3 2011: What to Expect

    Next week, the video game industry will descend upon downtown Los Angeles for the E3 expo, an annual trade show with gaming's biggest publishers and hardware makers. It's going to be a hectic show, with lots of new gaming systems and the sensory overload of countless video games in every corner of the L.A. Convention Center. No E3 is without surprises, but here are the top 5 safest predictions for E3 2011:

  • Opinion: Intel Ultrabook Will Power Bring-Your-Own-Computer Trend

    With the introduction of the Ultrabook, Intel has made the consumerization of IT even more of a reality.

  • News: San Francisco Chronicle releases iPad app

    Joining the roster of newspapers available in the App Store is the San Francisco Chronicle, which has released an iPad version of its publication as a free download. Like other recent publications that have joined the App Store, current subscribers get full access to content via the app, and new users can subscribe from right inside the app.

  • News: AT&T set to sell $70 Crossover smartphone

    AT&T announced that it will start selling an Android-based Pantech smartphone for under $69.99 a month with a two-year voice contract and monthly data plan.

  • News: Apple rolls out iWork for iPhone, iPod touch

    More than a year after Apple released the iPad versions of its iWork productivity suite, the company has finally announced an update that brings Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to the iPhone and iPod touch. Now you can finally crunch numbers, prep your presentations, and update your family newsletter no matter where you go.

  • Opinion: Asus Padfone, MeeGo-Based Eee PC Expand Choices

    The product announcements are coming fast and furious from the trade show floor at Computex in Taipei, including a virtual sea of tablets. There are a number of interesting contenders in there, to be sure, but two new offerings from Asus--my favorite hardware maker--strike me as being particularly rich with possibilities.

  • Opinion: How to get 10-meg broadband, anywhere in the UK

    As we reported earlier, Eutelsat Communications today announced affordable, always-on broadband for everyone in the UK, regardless of where they live in relation to the nearest phone exchange.

  • Opinion: Apple Confirms iCloud Launch for WWDC

    Apple Tuesday morning confirmed that it will launch an online service called iCloud next week, about as much of a solid preview as one can ever get from the always-secretive Apple.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 31/05/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks

  • News: Steve Jobs to debut iCloud, tout iOS 5 and Lion next week

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage at the company's developer conference next week to introduce iCloud -- Apple's new cloud service -- and the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 5.

  • News: Android beating iPhone in smartphone war

    All the hype remains with Apple’s iOS devices – the iPhone and iPad – but research suggests that it’s Google’s Android that is winning the smartphone sales war.

  • News: Patent-challenging site expands its focus

    Patent challenge website Article One Partners expands its service.

  • News: Spending on new software projects rises, survey says

    For the first time, companies around the world are planning to spend as much on new software projects as they do maintaining existing systems, according to a new report from Forrester Research.

  • News: Apple's Jobs to unveil Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud next week

    Apple will lift the lid on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud, the company's upcoming cloud services offering, at the opening keynote of the WorldWide Developer Conference in San Francisco next week.

  • News: Intel to add new hibernation features to PC chips

    Intel is adding a pair of new features to chips used in notebooks and netbooks, one of which will allow the devices to turn on within five to six seconds after being put in hibernation mode.

  • News: UK developing cyber-weapons, Armed Forces minister admits

    The U.K. Government is developing a "toolbox" of Internet cyber-weapons that could be used to attack other countries, Armed Forces Minister Nick Harvey said in an admission that the military now treats the Internet as a battlefield like any other.



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