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  • News: Android better than iPhone in many ways - Woz

    Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, has confessed to finding Android-based handsets hard work, but says they have plenty of advantages over the iPhone.

  • News: Interactive e-books anticipated at Apple's NYC event

    Apple is expected to introduce interactive e-books for iOS devices at its education-themed announcement in New York on Thursday.

  • News: Fake iPads made of clay sold in Canada

    As many as 10 fake iPad 2s made of clay may have been bought by unwitting Canadians, according to a report.

  • 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.

  • News: Email, Personal Information on PlayBook Left Vulnerable to Hackers

    Research in Motion may have improved its overall experience on the PlayBook with its recent update, but security researchers recently revealed that the device leaves corporate email and user information open to potential hackers. Researchers Zach Lenier and Ben Nell of Intrepidus Group uncovered a vulnerability in the PlayBook's Bridge application that leaves the authentication token for the Bridge application somewhere anyone could dig it up.

  • News: Microsoft issues release candidate of System Center 2012

    Microsoft on Tuesday said the release candidate of System Center 2011, software that companies use to manage their cloud services, is now available.

  • 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: Suspects Behind Facebook Koobface Hack Named

    The alleged masterminds behind Koobface, a malicious program that targets Facebook members, have been identified by security investigators.

  • News: Leading ISPs, websites commit to June 6 start for IPv6

    Several of the world's largest ISPs and websites have committed to permanently enabling IPv6 -- the next-generation Internet Protocol -- on their products and services starting June 6, 2012.

  • News: Facebook, researchers turn up heat on Koobface gang

    Security researchers are worried that the alleged Russia-based authors of Koobface, a piece of malicious software that plagued social networking sites such as Facebook, may slip away before law enforcement can catch them.

  • 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: Google Regional Lead sends apologies to Mocality

    Stefan Magdalinski, the CEO of Mocality, in an update on his blog has indicated that the company is currently not considering filing formal charges against Google. Mocality, a Kenyan Business Listing Directory, broke into international limelight after the company found that callers from Google were promising Mocality clients free websites through a non-existent partnership and without Mocality's knowledge. The data scraping allegations have embarrassed the search giant with senior executives in the company admitting wrong doing and publicly apologizing to Mocality.

  • News: How to cope with HTML5's dueling standards bodies

    The nice thing about standards is there are so many of them to choose from.

  • News: EU takes action on Hungary's poor data protection

    The European Commission has launched infringement measures against Hungary over concerns that binding data protection rules are being undermined.

  • 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: Google's Marissa Mayer says more women needed in tech

    Women may have come a long way in the high-tech field in the last 10 years, but there's still a lot of room for growth, according to a group of female tech executives.

  • News: Wikipedia, Other Sites to Protest Anti-Piracy Bills with Blackouts

    Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is warning students to do their online research before midnight Wednesday when the world's largest online encyclopedia will block access to its English language site for 24 hours. Wikipedia's worldwide blackout to its English-language site is part of a larger online protest against the Stop Online Piracy and Protect IP acts being considered by Congress.



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