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  • News: 22 more fake Apple Stores found in China

    Chinese authorities have discovered 22 more fake Apple Stores in the city of Kunming, according to reports.

  • News: Firefox 8 to block unapproved add-ons

    Starting with Firefox 8, Mozilla will automatically block browser add-ons installed by other software until users approve them, a company product manager announced yesterday.

  • News: What is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive?

    The Counter-Strike series are some of the most successful multiplayer first person shooter games of all time on their native home of the PC. Starting life as a mod for the original Half-Life, the game enjoyed widespread popularity and spawned a series of variants which remain popular on Steam today.

  • News: Twenty Third Century Systems launched in Kenya

    Kenya's Seven Seas Technologies, has unveiled a joint investment partnership with Zimbabwe's Twenty Third Century Systems (TTCS) to spearhead the rollout of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions in East Africa. Announcing their joint venture this morning at the Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi, the two campanies stated that the joint firm will be trading under the brand name Twenty Third Century Systems Kenya (TTCSK).

  • News: Intel Wants Cheaper Ultrabooks, Partners Want Incentives

    Earlier this week Intel announced a $300 million Ultrabook investment fund to encourage development of this new class of ultrathin and lightweight laptops, but this might not be enough for some laptop manufacturers.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: I am number four

    There seems to be no let up in the tide of iPhone cases—they just keep on coming, dazzling us with cooler and cooler ideas that range from the fashionable, to the practical, to the definitely unusable. That’s great news for your faithful //Macworld// staff, of course, who is more than happy to bring you yet another instalment of our weekly iPhone case roundup!

  • News: Essex teen charged with using BBM to encourage rioting

    An Essex teenager has become one of the first to be charged for using BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) to encourage others to take part in the London riots.

  • Opinion: Can You Do Real Work With the 30-Year-Old IBM 5150?

    When IBM released its first personal computer, the 5150, 30 years ago, it was deliberately drab--black, gray, and low-key. That’s because IBM intended the 5150 to be a serious machine for people doing serious work.

  • News: Dedicated Digital Store for Indie Games Opens Its Doors

    Little Indie, a service devoted to the promotion and sale of independently developed games, has launched with three games initially.

  • News: TrackMania 2 Canyon Out on Sept. 14, Beta Begins on Aug. 17

    The first title in Ubisoft's ManiaPlanet series launches this September, with a beta available for all who preorder the game from the Ubishop.

  • News: Free to Play Formula One Title Due in 2012

    Codemasters, current holder of the Formula One license, is developing a free to play racing and management game to release next year.

  • News: Stock inside trader Rajaratnam appeals against jail sentence

    The convicted fraudster behind the Galleon insider trading scandal, which affected the shares of major technology companies including AMD and IBM, has said he could end up fighting a potential "death sentence" in jail.

  • News: Cameron considers blocking Facebook, Twitter for rioters

    Prime minister David Cameron has vowed a crackdown on the use of social networking to promote riots, after days of disturbance across the UK. The government is considering disabling the access of suspected rioters to BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), Twitter, Facebook and mobile texting.

  • News: Security researchers give BlackBerry PlayBook pass mark

    The QNX operating system that will power future BlackBerry devices has been given a cagey thumbs up by penetration testers commissioned to probe for weaknesses in its design.

  • Opinion: Heello: Another Microblog to Join, then Abandon

    You know what the world needs now? No, it's not love, sweet love. We need another social network. And that's what TwitPic founder Noah Everett wants to give us -- but with a twist. Everett's idea for a new social network is Twitter -- TwitPic's raison d'être -- but slightly repackaged and going under the name Heello.

  • News: Box.net Leads the Way to Embracing Mobile Diversity

    Box.net--a cloud storage and collaboration provider--understands that it is a diverse mobile world, and that part of what makes a service like Box.net valuable is the ability to access data from anywhere and from virtually any device or platform. To fulfill that goal, Box.net has launched new Android tablet, BlackBerry PlayBook, and HTML5 browser-based tools.

  • News: The Sims Social Up and Running, Mostly

    EA's Facebook-based The Sims variant is up and running, though it's a little bit flaky for the moment.

  • Opinion: Report: Apple iPod, iPhone Event Scheduled for Sept. 7

    A Japanese website reports that Apple has a media event planned for Wednesday, September 7th to announce the company's new line of iPods. It also claims the iPhone 5 will ship in September or early October.

  • Opinion: July U.S. Retail Video Game Sales Lowest Since 2006

    It's good news for digital but somber news for new physical retail sales in NPD's July 2011 video game market report. Even NPD analyst Anita Frazier was somewhat downbeat, launching with: "There is no getting around the fact that video game [dollar] sales in the new physical retail channel suffered [their] lowest month since October 2006."

  • News: Google+'s In-Game Transaction Commission Below Facebook's

    Google updated its Google+ social network in a pretty big way on Thursday--by adding games. Google is rolling out popular games on users' Google+ streams, including Angry Birds, Zombie Lane, and Edgeworld.

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