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  • News: Best Online Storage Services For Small Businesses

    The story "Best Online Storage Services For Small Businesses," by Glenn Fleishman, was incorrectly posted to the wire on Tuesday as a PC World story. Fleishman wrote the piece for Macworld under the original headline "Online storage for businesses." Online editors are asked to immediately remove the PC World story from websites and use the Macworld story, also on the wire

  • News: Huawei opens Adelaide office

    Huawei has continued its assault on the local telecoms market, setting up shop in Adelaide.

  • News: Ubisoft Announces PowerUp Heroes

    Suit up your 360 Avatar and do battle with other superpower-slinging players in Ubisoft's new Kinect game.

  • News: Remains of the Day: No, seriously

    Rumors of an iPad 3 this year are apparently greatly exaggerated, Amazon re-reconsiders its licensing stance, and it's the patent troll that launched 1000 suits. The remainders for Tuesday, April 12, 2011 are on the case.

  • News: Android Market Tips: Boost Your Google App Store Experience

    If you own an Android smartphone or tablet device, a seemingly unending selection of mobile applications is at your fingertips thanks to Google's Android Market.

  • News: VMware's Cloud Foundry opens PaaS

    VMware unveiled an open platform-as-a-service offering on Tuesday that supports multiple programming frameworks including Spring for Java, Ruby on Rails and Sinatra for Ruby.

  • News: Top Story: Streets of Rage Remake pulled by Sega

    Well, that didn't take too long. And in way, it kind of did.

  • News: Choose Mega Man's New(ish) Look for MM Legends 3

    After a pause in activity following the events of the Japan's recent disasters, Capcom's Mega Man Legends 3 development team is back in action, and has a new activity for fans to participate in: voting on Mega Man's look.

  • News: First 10 Street Fighter X Tekken brawlers revealed

    Producer Yoshinori Ono was on-hand at Capcom's 2011 Captivate event to show off the developer's progress on their latest crossover brawler, Street Fighter x Tekken. This tag-team fighting game sees some of the Street Fighter series' strongest combatants go toe-to-toe with the King of Iron Fist participants on a 2.5D playing field -- a first for the formerly 3D-exclusive Tekken cast.

  • News: Capcom Captivate 2011 Round-Up

    Today, the cover was lifted from Capcom's annual "Captivate" press event, where several new games were shown for the first time or given new looks. The heavy hitters include Dragon's Dogma, a new medieval-style action game, the playable debut of Street Fighter X Tekken, and the co-op shooter Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, among many more stories.

  • News: Vulkano Flow placeshifts video to computers, mobile devices

    Monsoon Media's new Vulkano Flow video-streaming device lets you stream live TV directly to your mobile device, including the iPad or iPhone.

  • News: Intel to open up Thunderbolt development this quarter

    Intel on Tuesday said that developer kits for Thunderbolt will be available this quarter, which could lead to the quick availability of a wider range of products based on the interconnect technology.

  • News: Flock Web browser to be discontinued at end of April

    Flock users may want to start looking for a replacement. The social networking-infused Web browser, and Eddy award winner, will be discontinued as of April 26th, according to an end of support notice posted on the developers' Website.

  • News: Eye-Fi Mobile X2 brings camera, smartphone integration

    On Tuesday, Eye-Fi released the latest model in its popular digital camera memory card line, the Eye-Fi Mobile X2. The Mobile X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card that works with many popular digital cameras and, like the company's previous products, it bakes in a special ingredient: Wi-Fi.

  • News: Microsoft previews Internet Explorer 10

    The next-generation browser has a heavy emphasis on HTML5 and offers CSS3 capabilities and accelerated graphics

  • News: Hacker 'handshake' hole found in common firewalls

    Some of the most commonly-used firewalls are subject to a hacker exploit that lets an attacker trick a firewall and get into an internal network as a trusted IP connection.

  • News: Ad-Supported Kindle: Why Stop There?

    Who does Amazon think it's fooling with a meager $25 discount on an ad-supported Kindle? Ad-supported e-books are where it's really at.

  • News: New York man pushes ahead with Facebook ownership claims

    A New York man who claims he's entitled to a sizable stake in Facebook has amended his initial complaint, adjusting his ownership claim and providing additional documents, including e-mails he allegedly exchanged with Mark Zuckerberg.

  • News: New Tony Hawk in 2012

    The long-running skateboard series is taking a year off following the failure of Tony Hawk Ride and Shred, but it looks like it'll be taken out of mothballs next year.

  • News: Project Management: Five traits of 'Transformational' PMOs

    A new report from Forrester Research describes the characteristics of next-generation project management offices with real-world advice from leading PMO directors on how to get there.



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