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  • News: Start up offers Saas app to manage data-breach incidents

    If your company suffered a data breach, would you know what to do to comply with state, federal and local law? Start-up Co3 Systems is offering a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application to tackle that unhappy task, tracking how a corporate data-loss incident is handled.

  • News: Why You Should Include Volunteer Work on a Resume

    According to new research from LinkedIn, volunteering is just as beneficial to your career as it is to those you help. That's why it has rolled out a new profile section, "Volunteer Experience and Causes," to help you highlight how you've contributed to your community.

  • News: Facebook adds post privacy settings to iPhone app

    In its ongoing effort to fend off competition from—and catch up to—Google+, Facebook on Tuesday launched a revamped version of its iPhone app that makes it easier for users to customize their posts and select their audience.

  • News: Do Passive 3D TVs Trade Quality for Comfort?

    Polarized "passive" 3D TVs hit the market in the beginning of the year as a response to the bulky, expensive, complicated active-shutter 3D TVs that turned off many would-be buyers. But many home theater enthusiasts (and TV manufacturers) claimed that they sacrificed image quality in the process. DisplayMate Technologies, a display calibration software developer, pit active and passive 3D TVs against each other to get to the bottom of this and published the results in a freely-available report (3D TV Display Technology Shoot-Out). As it turns out, passive TVs have a more restricted viewable range than active-shutter sets, but they don't lose detail. Read on for more on their testing procedures, as well as our own in-house testing results.

  • News: Sorry, tablets. Laptops still dominate the enterprise.

    Bruce Smith is feeling some tablet pressure. As director of computing services for Cummins Inc., Smith helps the company's 40,000 employees get the right computers for their jobs.

  • News: Microsoft Bids Farewell to Halo 4 Creative Ryan Payton

    Yesterday, we reported on the departure of one of Halo 4's creative team, Ryan Payton, from Microsoft's Halo studio 343 Industries. Payton cited creative differences and a degree of self-doubt as the reasons for his departure, and has formed his own studio which is already working on two new titles.

  • News: Arkham City Album Out Oct. 4

    Warner has confirmed that the official Arkham City album will release on October 4, two weeks before the game itself will release. Those who purchase the Collector's Edition of the game will receive a download token for the 12 track album as well as the other goodies on offer.

  • News: Guardian Heroes HD Out on October 12

    Treasure's Guardian Heroes for the Sega Saturn was an excellent fusion of the action RPG and brawler genres that has sadly fallen somewhat into obscurity thanks largely to the fact it was on the Saturn. From October 12, this sorry situation will be rectified, however, thanks to an Xbox Live Arcade rerelease of the game by Sega.

  • News: Rusty Hearts Open Beta Launches on September 13

    Rusty Hearts is an impressive achievement. It boasts high quality production values yet is completely free to play, with premium items on offer largely being of the vanity or timesaver varieties. It's a fun multiplayer dungeon crawler taking inspiration from Devil May Cry, World of Warcraft and the Castlevania series along the way, and is a little different from your typical MMO with its attractive cel shaded anime style graphics, gothic rock soundtrack and brawler-style dungeon structure.

  • News: Ubisoft Offering DLC, Web Portal for Driver San Francisco

    In an uncharacteristic show of generosity, Ubisoft is giving away some addons for the recently released Driver San Francisco for free.

  • News: DreamWorks Enters the Kart Racing Business

    Activision is to publish a kart racer based on characters from DreamWorks' successful animated features, presumably hoping everyone has forgotten Eric Hirshberg's comments about the "shrinking racing genre."

  • News: Tivo Premiere Elite Loaded with 2TB of Storage Space

    Tivo has introduced its new DVR, the Premiere Elite, a device with enough HD storage space to keep anyone glued to the tube for almost two straight weeks.

  • News: Lawson Software buys Approva for governance tech

    Lawson Software and its parent company Infor are adding governance capabilities to their ERP (enterprise resource planning) software with the acquisition of Approva, announced Wednesday. Terms of the deal, which closed Sept. 1, were not disclosed.

  • News: Space Invaders Infinity Gene Released for Android

    Taito's stylish shmup has finally made its way to Android devices, marking the fourth platform on which the game has seen a release.

  • News: Quad-Core Android Tablets Expected in Time for Christmas

    They’re a bit late, but Android tablets with quad-core processors are coming this year, according to Jen-Hsun Huang, Nvidia’s chief executive. The chipmaker expects Android tablets supercharged with quad-core chips to hit shelves in time for Christmas, according to a Wall Street Journal report, but smartphones powered by these chips are unlikely to show up until next year.

  • News: RollerCoaster Tycoon Rumbling on to 3DS Next Year

    Atari has announced that it's bringing one of the best selling PC sim franchises of all time to Nintendo's handheld.

  • News: HP Announces Seven New All-in-One PCs

    Hewlett-Packard may be looking to spin off its personal computer unit, but that didn't stop the company from announcing seven new all-in-one PCs. HP refreshed its Omni, TouchSmart and HP Pro lineups, with starting prices ranging from $400 to $900. Perhaps wanting to tell the world it still intends to be a major force in the PC market -- HP is currently the world's largest computer maker -- the company said its new all-in-one rollout was HP's "largest investment in the all-in-one desktop PC market to date."

  • News: Orange launches mobile brand for Internet-centric users

    Orange in France has introduced Sosh, a mobile-services brand it hopes will attract 18 to 35-year-olds, with no long-term commitments, unlimited access to its Wi-Fi hotspots and unlimited messaging, the operator said on Wednesday.

  • Video: Video: the sights and sounds of IFA 2011

    Tablets, televisions, 3D, smartphones...all of it at the 2011 IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

  • News: HP TouchSmart 520 all-in-one PC unveiled

    HP has announced two new desktop computers for launch in the UK in October. The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix comes with 16GB of DDR3 RAM and is designed for 3D gaming and high-end digital content creation. The HP TouchSmart 520 is a 23in all-in-one PC costing £599



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