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  • News: Facebook to warn users about dubious URLs

    Facebook and Internet security company Web of Trust (WOT) will provide Facebook users with a feature that protects them against dubious Web links, the companies said today.

  • News: Chrono Trigger Confirmed for Virtual Console on May 16

    Square Enix has officially confirmed the release of classic Super NES RPG Chrono Trigger on the Wii's Virtual Console service.

  • Opinion: DIY 'Portal' Turret Intimidates With Real Laser Eye

    If you're a fan of the game Portal, at some point you might have wanted your very own Portal turret to protect your precious goods. Ryan Palser did, so he set to work on creating his personal replica turret--laser included.

  • Opinion: Marketer Beware: 7.5 Million Facebook Users Are Kids

    Marketing to children has always been risky terrain that should be navigated only with the utmost of care--or not at all.

  • News: How to End an IT Turf War

    Sports Authority's CIO put a stop to finger-pointing and backbiting

  • Opinion: Android Can Make Your Garden Grow

    We've seen Android-powered phones, tablets, netbooks, TVs, and even robots--but did you know that Android can be used to grow gardens? I mean, it makes sense since the little green guy literally does have a green thumb. All jokes aside, a Japanese company called Brilliant Service was showing off a very cool concept at Google I/O called Farmbox.

  • Opinion: Samsung's Prototype AMOLED Folding Display Bends

    Folding e-ink is probably going to make landfall before we can get any sort of really cool retractable color screen like the one in Gene Roddenberry's Earth Final Conflict. But researchers may be onto a breakthrough with a visually seamless AMOLED screen that can be folded with no resulting crease.

  • News: Alice: Madness Returns Bonuses

    The insanity is coming as Alice: Madness Returns draws closer to its June 14 release date. EA has revealed a few additional details of available bonuses.

  • Opinion: Samsung Galaxy S II Overclocked to 1.5GHz

    The Samsung Galaxy S II is pretty hot stuff on its own, being a 1.2 GHz Android power house in a 0.3 inch thick package, but what if you want to overclock it? Well now you can!

  • News: 3DS eShop Update Delayed

    A short and to-the-point statement on Nintendo's website has revealed that the next 3DS update, which adds the long-awaited eShop feature, has been delayed.

  • Opinion: Event in Brussels Highlights Changes to Field Mobility

    I have just spent 3 days at a very successful IQPC end-user event in Brussels. The format of the show is unique in that it is designed as a heavily-vetted, match-making service between CIOs needing mobility solutions and a select set of relevant vendors keen on providing them. In the past, the Enterprise Mobility Exchange focused mainly on field mobility in utilities, telco and transport-logistics verticals, but this year the cross-section of attendees and speakers from an array of sectors and technology domains powerfully demonstrated how the world of enterprise mobility is not only changing, but opening up as well.

  • News: Chromebooks to Ship with Offline Versions of Google Apps

    One of the problems with the marketability of the Chromebook -- that it only functions when connected to the Internet -- is also a misunderstanding. Google's Chrome OS doesn't have any locally installed apps like a word processor or spreadsheet manager, so many believe that Chromebooks are dependent on and useless without Wi-Fi or cellular data connectivity. But when Chromebooks ship on June 15, they'll come packaged with offline versions of Gmail, Docs, and Google Calendar.

  • News: Omni Group releases OmniOutliner for iPad

    If you see yourself as an on-the-go info junkie who’s itching for an iPad tool worthy of the Omni Group’s name, I am happy to say that you finally have a reason to get your iTunes Store password ready. We previewed OmniOutliner for iPad in January at Macworld Expo 2011, but as of Thursday, you can now get your fingers on a downloadable version of the mobile outlining app.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook Video Chat Behind the Firewall

    If you're attempting to employ RIM's brand new BlackBerry PlayBook Video Chat application while connected to a corporate network, but keep experiencing connectivity issues, your problems could be related to blocked ports or port forwarding in your enterprise firewall.

  • News: Apple Sued Again Over iOS Location and Data Sharing

    Apple is in the hot seat again in a new lawsuit that says iPad and iPhone user location data and other personal information is being shared with third-party advertisers. Apple is accused of aiding and abetting the "intentional taking and transmitting" of user data to third parties. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Puerto Rico, also names Pandora Media and The Weather Channel, but leaves the door open to name more defendants at a later date. This latest lawsuit was first reported by The Loop.

  • How-Tos: Quickly delete iPhone photos from your Mac

    It's easy to take lots of photos with your iPhone. But when you're ready to wipe the slate clean—without wiping out other photos you've synced to your device—there's no obvious way to completely (or even selectively) use your Mac to delete the photographs you've taken with the phone.

  • News: FAQ: IPv6 for enterprise networks

    With the availability of IPv4 addresses drying up, enterprise IT managers know they need to move to IPv6, but the migration raises all sorts of questions. In this excerpt from the book 'IPv6 for Enterprise Networks,' the authors answer many of those questions.

  • Edifier Sound to Go portable laptop speaker

    Edifier has launched the Sound To Go, a portable speaker for laptops and netbooks.

  • News: Facebook launched smear campaign against Google

    Social network Facebook has admitted it hired a PR firm to plant negative stories about Google in the media.

  • News: Typesafe aims to bring Scala development to enterprises

    Startup company's JVM-compatible Scala-based software stack is geared toward parallel and distributed computing environments



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