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  • News: Sound and vision

    Your Mac is capable of both aural and visual wonders. Two system preferences--Sound and Displays--control how those wonders are manifested.

  • News: LaCie debuts sci-fiesque Blade Runner hard drive

    LaCie has once again commissioned designer Philippe Starck to create an unusually-shaped storage system.

  • News: Lush cosmetics rolls out 'gamified' training programme on Memset cloud

    Handmade cosmetics firm Lush is using infrastructure from British cloud provider Memset to roll out its game-based, interactive, digital staff training programme across Europe.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Globetrotting

    Tim Cook's in China, the former CEO of one of Apple's acquisitions speaks in Israel, and one Russian city unveils a memorial to the late Steve Jobs. The remainders for Wednesday, January 9, 2013 have toured around the world, from London to the Bay.

  • News: Many global organizations flub electronic-records requests

    More companies are tackling how to best set up their electronic records to be able to respond to any legal requests related to "electronic discovery" to quickly find internal documents for court purposes, but this "e-discovery" process is still a struggle, a survey published today indicates.

  • News: AMD points to APU momentum at CES 2013

    Kevin Lensing, director of AMD's Notebook Product Line, exuded a quiet confidence at a briefing at the 2013 CES show. After hiccups and delays AMD's APU strategy, which makes the integrated graphics core in the chip an equal partner with the CPU, is starting to gather momentum. Lensing pointed to key design wins for AMD's APUs, including shiny new laptops and all-in-ones from Vizio, a slick laptop from Asus that's indistinguishable from a similar Intel-based Ultrabook and HP's announcement of a budget, touch-based Windows 8 laptop as evidence.

  • News: Big Data to be big in 2013: EMC

    Organisations that adopt Big Data in 2013 will create value and competitive differentiation, while those which do not will stagnate.

  • News: Samsung previews foldable, rollable 'Youm' smartphone displays

    Flexible OLEDs that can be rolled up or wrapped around the sides of smartphones are getting closer to reality. Samsung Electronics showed some of its prototype flexible displays at CES Wednesday and launched a new brand name for them, Youm.

  • News: Intel still struggling in smartphones as ARM rivals move forward

    It's been a year since the introduction of the first Intel Inside handset, but the company's struggles to break into the smartphone market continue as rivals Nvidia and Qualcomm improved speed and power efficiency of ARM chips, which dominate that market.

  • News: Samsung shows upcoming 8-core Exynos 5 Octa processor

    Samsung has announced its next Exynos processor for smartphones and tablets, an eight-core chip that uses a novel architecture to provide more performance without sucking up battery life.

  • News: Intel says more PC innovation is on the way

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  • News: Kingston readies 1 Terabyte USB stick with gigantic price tag

    Storage vendor Kingston is preparing to launch the first USB flash drive to offer 1 Terabyte of storage capacity on a single stick for anyone willing to put up with the eye-watering price tag.

  • News: The best hardware, software, and cloud services of the year

    InfoWorld's 2013 Technology of the Year Award winners stretch from devices and desktops to data centers and beyond

  • News: Intel mum on speed improvements for Thunderbolt

    Intel said it is working to make the Thunderbolt data transfer technology faster as it wages a speed race with the USB 3.0 protocol, but the company declined to say when improvements will be finished.

  • News: AMD not interested in low-cost tablets

    AMD is not interested in entering the low-cost tablet market and will rely on Windows 8 as it tries to find its bearings in the fast-growing tablet market, the company said.

  • News: The Week in iOS Accessories: CES-travaganza, Part 1


  • News: Broadcom gears up to bring UltraHD video into homes

    As TV makers show off UltraHD TVs at CES, communications chip maker Broadcom is introducing the guts of future gateways that will be able to bring video for those sets into viewers' homes.

  • News: Kingston's 1TB thumb drive packs massive storage capacity in tiny package

    For anyone interested in fitting every digital music file you own onto one USB thumb drive, you are in luck. Kingston has just broken the thumb drive capacity limit, cramming 1 TB of storage into its' latest USB drive announced Monday. But before you get too excited, there are two things to consider. One, the price of this thumb will likely be $2000 or more. Second, this thumb drive is just as easy to lose, leave behind, and accidentally send through the washing machine as all your missing 265 MB thumb drives.

  • News: Intel: Throwing down the gauntlet with Nvidia

    Intel swaggered into their CES press briefing like an aging gunfighter ready to take on the cocky young gun. You know, John Wayne versus Clint Eastwood style.

  • News: How to set up iCloud

    If you recently picked up a new Mac, iPhone, iPod, or iPad, you may have seen mention of something called iCloud when setting up your device. If you don't already know, iCloud is a free syncing and backup service from Apple that aims to keep all of your devices--mobile devices running iOS 5 or later and desktop computers running OS X Lion or later, or Windows Vista or later--on the same page, with the same data, no matter which one you're using at any given moment.

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