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  • News: Understanding the aim of Apple TV

    Last week Apple introduced the latest Apple TV, and if you hang with the glass-half-empty crowd, that update was an utter disappointment. No DVR capabilities. No additional content sources. And, worst of all, no Apple TV App Store. What you got instead was an unfamiliar interface, support for 1080p streaming, and a faster processor that will do heaven knows what.

  • News: Apple sued over Siri

    A New York man is suing Apple over the Siri voice assistant feature on the iPhone 4S, saying that it doesn't work as advertised.

  • News: Sony's latest smartphone uses gestures to browse

    Sony Mobile Communications announced the Android-based Xperia sola, which allows users to interact with the phone without touching the screen, on Tuesday.

  • News: Sony Alpha A57 Focuses on the DSLR Sweet Spot

    Sony today announced its latest translucent-mirror DSLR-style camera, the Alpha SLT-A57, which will replace the Alpha SLT-A55. The 16-megapixel, APS-C-sensored Alpha A57 is priced to compete with two popular midrange digital SLR cameras, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i and the Nikon D5100.

  • News: Tablets Users Dissappointed in Website Load Times

    Tablet owners are disappointed in the Web surfing aspects of their devices because sites aren’t opening as fast as they expect them to, according to a study from Compuware APM, a Web optimization company.

  • News: Quickoffice Gets Enterprise Makeover

    Quickoffice added some security heft to its popular iPad and iPhone app, in hopes of wooing businesses.

  • News: SecuSmart introduces single chip security for voice

    SecuVOICE is aimed primarily at the mobile market, but also supports enterprise phone systems

  • News: Samsung starts upgrading Galaxy S II to Android 4.0

    Samsung Electronics has started upgrading its Galaxy S II smartphone to Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich, the company said on Tuesday.

  • News: Overwhelmed by iPhone and Android? Take the initiative, experts say

    It used to be that managing your company's mobility used to boil down to managing a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. No more.

  • News: 'Petting zoos' become IT tools to sell tech

    Introducing new consumer devices and apps, showing how they work, and getting feedback on them, is leading to the creation of IT 'petting zoos' in a variety of organizations.

  • News: Consumer devices still cause IT chaos -- five years after first iPhone

    The consumerization of IT trend is causing chaos and confusion in IT operations grappling with the demand that they support the latest iPad, iPhone or Android device.

  • News: TalkTalk announces 'superfast' 80Mb fibre optic broadband

    TalkTalk has announced a ‘superfast’ 80Mb fibre optic broadband package in the UK. Customers can pre-register and the service will go live in April.

  • News: Apple is driven by 'a sincere, genuine appetite to do something that is better' - Ive

    Sir Jonathan Ive has spoken about the process of creating new products for Apple and his Knighthood.

  • News: New iPad means 3x bigger, high-res publications

    Aquafadas outlines its plans for the New iPad. A new update will allow publishers to provide high-res versions of their titles for the New iPad, with images that show more detail, and high-quality video, at only 1.5-3x the current app size.

  • News: Consumerization of IT: The Social Networking Problem

    Social tools debuting at the enterprise level face many pitfalls that can derail even the best laid plans. A few IT leaders speaking at the Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise Conference and Expo in San Francisco last week revealed some of these social danger zones.

  • Opinion: Understanding Your Camera's ISO Control

    A few weeks ago, I wrote that photography is often called "painting with light." In response, a reader asked me what you do when there isn't any--light, that is. Well, unless you're shooting inside a closet or at the bottom of a mineshaft, there's always some light around. Your job as a photographer is often to make the most of whatever light you have access to. I've explained how to get the best results with your flash, but there's a way to maximize the natural light in your scene as well: Using your camera's ISO control.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G: Dual-Core Android, Smaller Screen

    The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G may not be the latest and greatest Android phone, but, with a 3.97-inch display, it might just be the antidote we need for increasingly larger screen sizes.

  • Opinion: Why Motorola's DROID RAZR MAXX is the Best Android on the Market

    When Motorola unveiled the DROID RAZR MAXX smartphone at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, the sleek, high-end handheld stole much of the show's mobile-buzz. It also undoubtedly caused recent DROID RAZR buyers' blood to boil. That's because the RAZR MAXX, released less than three months after the first DROID RAZR, is almost identical to its predecessor, with one very significant difference: The RAZR MAXX packs a huge, fixed battery pack that addressed the original DROID RAZR's battery life issues.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Come play with us

    There seems to be no end in sight to the slew of new cases announced for Apple's third-generation iPad. Since last Wednesday's announcement, we've already had two roundups--Part 1 and Part 2--of new gear. As we continue to watch for more new iPad-protection products, here's our third roundup, with all its device-saving splendor.

  • News: NBC grabs old video footage for use in e-books

    NBC Universal Media's publishing division has begun re-using its extensive video archives collected over decades to place video clips inside new e-books that will be sold on a variety of tablet platforms.



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