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  • News: Adobe announces six Touch tablet apps

    In conjunction with its new Creative Cloud initiative, Adobe has announced six mobile apps designed to make it easier for artists and designers to create and share their work. Files created with the apps--Photoshop Touch, Collage, Debut, Ideas, Kuler, and Pronto--can be shared, viewed across devices, and transferred into Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 for further refinement.

  • News: LightSquared might take legal action over GPS

    LightSquared may take legal action if it is denied permission to build its planned LTE network because of concerns over interference between that network and GPS, an executive said Monday.

  • News: Oracle rolls out 'Big Data' appliance

    Oracle unveiled the Big Data Appliance, the newest addition to its line of products that combine software and hardware, during the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco on Monday.

  • News: Sony Reportedly Requiring Online Passes for All Future Games

    As reported by the folks over at Destructoid, Sony Computer Entertainment of America has noted that they'll be requiring online passes for all of their future games, starting with next month's Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.

  • News: Can Newegg survive the post-PC future?

    There was a time when building your own desktop computer, piece by piece, could get you the best and most affordable system possible. I had a brief, exciting moment in that time, around the year 2000. I wanted a system that ran quietly, had a case that was more or less a mini-tower, and had the kind of serious sound card that would foster my college daydreams of being an audio engineer. But picking out parts, wondering if they'd work together, and obsessing over price drops and return policies was so daunting, I'd put the decisions off by doing actual schoolwork, until an older friend in the know grabbed my shoulder, gave a knowing nod, and said one word: "Newegg."

  • News: HP completes Autonomy acquisition

    Hewlett-Packard has secured enough shares of Autonomy to take control of the U.K. software company, HP announced Monday.

  • News: Reported Sprint iPhone deal sparks wild speculation, backlash to wild speculation

    A report in The Wall Street Journal today has now sparked speculation that Sprint could be the exclusive carrier for the iPhone 5.

  • News: Oracle's Big Data Appliance taps growing enterprise need, analysts say

    Oracle's new Big Data Appliance should appeal to enterprises looking for more efficient ways to capture, organize and analyze vast amounts of unstructured data, analysts said.

  • News: Growl shows that open source and the Mac App Store mix

    Notifications have become a mainstay of modern computing. While people routinely only perform a single task, our computers continually juggle many, so knowing when our devices have carried out some job in the background has become a critical piece of data. While a notification makeover is a marquee feature of the soon-to-be-released iOS 5, Mac users have had their own notification platform for more than five years in the form of the open-source software Growl.

  • News: Walmart, T-Mobile to Sell No-Contract $30 Phone Plans

    The budget smartphone market's heating up, as Walmart and T-Mobile offer $30 per month, contract-free plans with "unlimited" 4G data.

  • News: iPhone and iPad Security: The Human Element

    Tackling mobile security on a personal-business device isn't new, but it is still a very serious and present problem. Perhaps a lesson from the past holds an answer.

  • News: IPhone 5 reportedly a Sprint exclusive

    Sprint is expected to get the iPhone 5 exclusively from Apple to run over its 4G Wimax network, according to a report Monday from BGR.com.

  • News: MySQL hits new development milestone

    Oracle is making the open-source MySQL database more stable and feature-rich through a shift in development philosophy, MySQL Vice President of Engineering Tomas Ulin said during a keynote address Monday at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.

  • News: With iPhone 5 imminent, users sell older models in record numbers

    iPhone 4 trade-in business has been very brisk at companies that buy older smartphones, an early indication of how Apple's next model will sell, the firms said.

  • News: Google+ rides momentum up social net ranks

    Just weeks after opening up membership to Google+, visits to the new social network are booming.

  • News: Adobe embraces touch with six new apps

    Adobe plans to release six applications designed to be used exclusively on touch-based devices, including apps to execute creative tasks such as photo editing and Web page design, the company announced Monday.

  • News: Web Developments: 3 Cool New Features for Internet Users

    It isn't often that software companies listen closely to their customers. Sure, every software exec I've ever met pays lip service to that, but few actually do it. So it's great to report that the Mozilla Foundation, which publishes the Firefox browser and the Thunderbird mail client, is responding to numerous complaints that its rapid upgrade cycle is causing big headaches for users.

  • News: Kindle Fire virtual teardown puts cost at $209.63, about $10 above retail

    The Kindle Fire tablet costs $209.63 for materials and manufacturing expenses, more than $10 above its $199 pricetag, according to a virtual estimate by IT research firm IHS iSuppli.

  • News: What to expect when Apple finally 'talks iPhone' Tuesday

    For months, rumors and speculation have been obsessed with the next iPhone's hardware including the screen size, a processor upgrade, more memory, the shape of the case and even the material used for the case. But Tuesday's announcement at Apple's California headquarters is more likely to show the company's conviction that hardware is in a sense simply an "enabler" for software.

  • News: Bloody Roar 5 Announcement a Big, Fat Hoax

    News circulated from a fake Twitter account fooled several gaming press sites and fans into thinking that Hudson Soft was developing a new Bloody Roar title. Bummer.



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