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  • News: Tesco in giant store and e-commerce software upgrade

    Tesco is deploying the Retalix 10 Store Suite software across around 4,000 stores in 11 countries.

  • News: Kno adds new education features before Apple event

    With an apparent eye on Apple's Thursday education event in New York, e-textbook provider Kno on Tuesday announced two features designed to expand its capabilities in the increasingly competitive digital education market.

  • News: Windows 8 Tablets: Still Hiding

    Considering that 2012 will be the year of Microsoft's dramatic upgrade to Windows 8, one might have thought the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show last week would be filled with prospective hardware platforms for the new Windows operating system. it might have seemed logical to expect that to hear lots about tablets with Windows 8. But news on that front was surprisingly...quiet.

  • Opinion: Free Windows Tool Offers a One-Stop Shop for Linux

    Windows users have many reasons for wanting to download and check out the Linux operating system, whether it's to get a more secure environment to use for online banking, for example, or to get a full-blown Windows replacement.

  • News: Windows 8 Tablet Requirements Revealed

    Five-finger multi-touch, 720p cameras and 1366-by-768 resolution screens will be among the requirements for Windows 8 tablets, according to documentation from Microsoft.

  • News: Mozilla slows pace of Firefox 9 upgrades

    Mozilla dramatically slowed the update pace of Firefox 9, the browser it shipped late last month.

  • News: NSA releases a security-enhanced version of Android

    The National Security Agency (NSA) has released SE Android, a security-enhanced version of Android, which provides and enforces stricter access-control policies than those found in the popular mobile operating system by default.

  • News: iTunes Match now available in 19 new countries

    As first noted by MacRumors, Apple on Monday expanded access to iTunes Match to 19 new countries in Latin America and Europe—more than doubling the number of nations where the service is available.

  • News: Apple files new lawsuit against Samsung in Germany

    Apple continues to hound Samsung Electronics at the district court in Düsseldorf, and has now filed another lawsuit aimed at 10 models in its Galaxy family of smartphones, according to Peter Schütz, spokesman at the court.

  • News: Creative audio workarounds in iMovie for iOS

    iMovie for iOS is an amazing video editor for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Its ability to work with audio, however, is quite limited—but the limitations aren’t impossible to overcome, especially with a little creativity. Here are a trio of issues and workarounds to improve the audio in your mobile movie projects.

  • News: Murdoch labels Google a 'piracy leader'

    Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has used his new Twitter account to unleash a stream of abuse against Google, describing the search giant as a “piracy leader” and labelling parts of its business model as “plain stealing”.

  • News: Corel releases free Corel Painter 12.1 update, adds support for Photoshop plug-ins

    Corel has released a new free update to Corel Painter 12 for Mac OS X and Windows.

  • Opinion: Enable local Time Machine snapshots on a desktop Mac

    With Lion, Apple introduced local Time Machine snapshots. This mostly-silent feature lets your Mac use free space on your main drive to create iterative backups of your files when you’re away from your external Time Machine disk.

  • How-Tos: How to turn the Firewall on or off in Windows 7

    Microsoft has built a Firewall into Windows to ensure that hackers or malicious program are stopped if they try and access your PC via the internet.

  • Feature: Best Android apps: Five free Android apps for education

    As well as allowing you to surf the web, check emails and even watch movies and listen to music, your smartphone can even help you learn.

  • News: Exxaro improves data mining with new document management

    International mining group Exxaro is adopting new electronic document management to improve the management of its operations.

  • News: Japan's DeNA looks beyond Alibaba to target Chinese market

    Japanese mobile platform operator DeNA has made another move to expand its business in China by partnering with local company NetDragon Websoft to develop and operate mobile games in the country.

  • News: Thursday's event kicks off busy week for Apple

    When Apple executives take the stage at New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Thursday, they'll be kicking off more than an education-themed press event. It will also mark the first of two Apple announcements within the space of a week.

  • Opinion: My Computer Reboots When I tell It to Shut Down

    Henry Maier's PC reboots when he tries to shut it down.

  • Opinion: Touch Up Your Portraits Without Makeup

    For many years, professional portrait photographers had a monopoly on delivering photos of you and your family that generally improved on reality. That's my wife has always insisted on hiring a photographer to take my kids' yearbook photos; only they could eliminate red eye, whiten teeth, and erase zits from their cheeks. Well, these days, you can do those sorts of things yourself. Last week, I talked about how to improve your photos by adopting a digital workflow and I mentioned that you should save your "local improvements" for the end of the workflow, after the photo is straightened, cropped, and color corrected. Well, this week I describe how to handle some of the most common local corrections you'll want to make: removing red eye, whitening teeth, and making blemishes disappear.



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