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    Event Hubs has been keeping the world exhaustively, massively updated on the huge number of changes that Capcom is making for the "Version 2012" patch to Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, and it looks like each fighter got some kind of tweak.

  • News: PlayStation Vita: Easiest PlayStation for Developers Yet?

    As the PlayStation Vita gets closer and closer to launch, it seems like people just can't say enough good things about it (when not talking about the price).

  • News: NYSE Euronext boosts network bandwidth with 10GbE throughout

    As part of an enterprisewide upgrade and data center consolidation, NYSE Euronext has rolled out 10Gbps Ethernet throughout its data centers, increasing aggregate throughput for trades from .5Tbps to 2.4Tbps.

  • News: CloudSwitch gives Verizon a boost in cloud migration

    Verizon Thursday announced it has acquired CloudSwitch, a cloud software technology vendor, further demonstrating that 2011 is becoming Verizon's year of the cloud.

  • Opinion: Google Maps Adds Voice Search to Chrome Desktop

    If you talk to your desktop PC, it's probably for all the wrong reasons--usually to hurl expletives at the machine for not working properly. Well, users of the desktop version of Google Chrome now have a more productive reason to get chatty with their computers. Google has added voice search for Google Maps to Chrome, offering users a (sometimes) faster way to get directions.

  • News: Apple and Jobs -- the past, the future

    As you've doubtlessly heard, Steve Jobs has resigned his position as CEO and will, instead, become Apple's Chairman of the Board. Tim Cook will replace Jobs as CEO. In this special edition of the Macworld podcast, I'm joined by Andy Ihnatko, Michael Gartenberg, and Chris Breen to discuss what this means for Apple's future as well as how Jobs has shaped Apple's present.

  • News: Steve Jobs Resigns: Special Coverage

    The day we knew was coming arrived. Steve Jobs, the iconic co-founder of Apple, has stepped down from the company he helped make one of today's leading tech firms. Stating he could no longer perform the duties as Apple's CEO, Jobs stepped down with Apple COO, Tim Cook, taking the reigns as Apple's new leader.

  • Opinion: Google Street-View Trikes Take to the Rainforest

    Google will leave nothing un-photo-documented. They’ve been everywhere: on the roads of the seven continents, the sea, the stars, and the moon. Now they’re getting off the beaten path and riding their Street-View equipped tricycles into the Amazonian rainforest.

  • Opinion: Two HP TouchPads With Android Surface, One on eBay

    Everyone who’s been grabbing the $99 and $149 HP TouchPads in the recent fire sale might not be stuck with HP's webOS.

  • News: OnLive Unveils Parental Controls, New Social Features

    Onlive reveals parental controls and new social functioning features for its cloud-based streaming gaming service.

  • News: CmdrTaco Resigns From Slashdot

    Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda has resigned from his 14-year post at the helm of geeky news aggrigator, Slashdot to allow the site to develop further. He is not currently working on any new plans.

  • News: Potential pitfalls in Apple CEO transition, say experts

    Apple's new CEO faces a challenge putting his own imprint on the company as long as Steve Jobs sticks around, a management expert said today.

  • News: Steve Jobs' resignation heats up social nets

    As soon as the news hit late Wednesday that Steve Jobs was resigning as Apple's CEO, social networks heated up with traffic.

  • News: Apple stock price sinks slightly on news of Jobs resigning

    Apple's stock price dipped on Thursday on news that co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs has resigned, to become the company's board chairman. Few companies are as closely associated with their chief executive as Apple and Jobs, but investors seem to think he's left behind a strong company with good leadership.

  • Opinion: Love Him, Hate Him, Steve Jobs Has Transformed Your Life

    Steve Jobs is still Chairman of the Board at Apple, and he is still going to be involved in steering the iconic tech company, but he has officially handed the CEO duties over to Tim Cook. Whether you are an avid fan of Apple, or an ardent Apple-basher, Steve Jobs has had an undeniable effect on technology and the world around you.

  • Opinion: Verizon Says 'No' to Samsung's Galaxy S II Smartphone

    Verizon Wireless won't offer Samsung's Galaxy S II smartphone according to the Wall Street Journal, in what looks like a case of too many Droids.

  • News: Banks blocking more fraudulent money transfers from hijacked business accounts

    Cybercriminals increasingly are targeting business bank accounts to set up fake money transfers. But the good news is, banks seem to be getting better at stopping some fraudulent transactions before stolen funds leave the institution.

  • News: Readers react to Steve Jobs's resignation

    When news broke Wednesday that Steve Jobs would step down as Apple's CEO, it wasn't long before Twitter exploded with instant reactions from consumers, pundits, and developers. Responses ran the gamut from the monosyllabic (my own feed was packed with people saying "Wow," "Shocked," and "Whoa") to the nostalgic ("My favorite Jobs memories: attending the Boston NeXT launch, and spotting him at the back of a crowd at Pixar's '89 SIGGRAPH booth, beaming," Technologizer's Harry McCracken recalled).

  • News: Rob Malda, aka CmdrTaco, leaves Slashdot

    It's the end of an era at Slashdot as Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda announced Thursday that he is leaving the site that he created.

  • News: Scariest IPv6 attack scenarios

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