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  • News: Update: Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE finally goes on sale Thursday

    Verizon Wireless finally announced that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone running Android 4.0 on its 4G LTE network will be available on Thursday in stores and online for $299.99 with a two-year agreement.

  • News: Sonic.net plans 1Gbps fiber service to San Francisco homes

    Internet service provider Sonic.net unveiled an ambitious plan on Wednesday to build a fiber network that would reach most residences and small businesses in San Francisco with 1G bps Internet access.

  • News: Feds again say LightSquared interferes with GPS

    A second round of tests on LightSquared's proposed land-based mobile data network again showed interference with a majority of GPS devices, except for cellphones, two U.S. federal departments said Wednesday.

  • News: Public to have their say on emergency messaging standards

    Australians are been urged to comment on a proposed standard for national emergency messaging systems called Common Alerting Protocol (CAP).

  • News: Remains of the Day: Protest too much

    Google preps its Siri competitor. Time thinks very, very different. And apparently developers don't like it when the U.S. government causes their apps to be pulled from the App Store. The remainders for Wednesday, December 14, 2011 need some hot cocoa.

  • News: 2011 App Gems

    In our last podcast we discussed our annual Editors' Choice Awards--awards Macworld presents to the year's best Mac-related software and hardware. But our praise doesn't stop there. Apple makes a fair living from computing devices that don't bear the Mac label--the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. We honor the apps that feed these devices with our just-as-annual App Gem awards.

  • News: Galaxy Nexus coming to Verizon Thursday

    The Galaxy Nexus, the first phone to run the latest version of Android, will finally go on sale Thursday from Verizon.

  • News: Gartner: NZ shows wise approach to cloud

    Gartner is praising the New Zealand government's approach towards its cloud programme, calling it sensible and with a clear purpose.

  • News: IDW powers its apps with Comixology and launches same-day digital comics

    At the New York Comic Con this past October, independent comics publisher IDW announced a partnership with Comixology, making IDW's library of work available on the Comics by Comixology platform, which includes iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and Web apps. That partnership has now gotten much deeper with Wednesday's announcement that Comixology will power all of IDW's storefront apps.

  • News: Feds again say LightSquared interferes with GPS

    A second round of tests on LightSquared's proposed land-based mobile data network again showed interference with a majority of GPS devices, except for cellphones, two U.S. federal departments said Wednesday.

  • News: Apple updates Brother, Lexmark drivers

    Do you like printing and scanning things? Are you running OS X 10.6 or 10.7? Then it's your lucky day--assuming you have Brother or Lexmark hardware connected to your Mac and get excited by printer driver updates.

  • News: FBI never sought Carrier IQ data, director says

    FBI Director Robert Mueller today said his agency has never sought any information directly from Carrier IQ for any of its investigations.

  • News: Super High-Res Displays May Come to Ultrabooks and MacBooks in Early 2012

    Apple, Acer, and Asus are reportedly working on producing laptops with ultra high-res displays for the first half of 2012. In the case of the MacBook Pro lineup, the displays may feature an unprecedented 2880 by 1800 pixel resolution.

  • News: University accuses Oracle of extortion, lies, 'rigged' demo in lawsuit

    New details have emerged in Montclair State University's lawsuit against Oracle in connection with a troubled ERP (enterprise resource planning) project, in a court filing that includes more information about Oracle's alleged failings and also accuses the vendor of extortion as well as "inducing" the institution to take on the implementation.

  • News: Former congressional staffers lobby for copyright bills

    Eight former staff members of the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee are now lobbying on behalf of companies or groups supporting controversial copyright enforcement legislation in Congress, an example of the close ties often found between the political establishment and business interests.

  • News: Researchers accuse Google of plotting to undercut Firefox

    A security testing firm today said a recent report that named Google's Chrome as the most secured browser was flawed -- and part of a campaign by Google to undermine Mozilla's Firefox.

  • News: Novell lawsuit against Microsoft goes to jury

    A Utah jury has begun deliberating over a US$1 billion antitrust lawsuit Novell first brought against Microsoft in 2004. Observers of the case expect the jury to reach a decision as early as Wednesday evening.

  • News: Netflix improves iPad app interface

    Good news for those who didn't abandon Netflix after the whole Qwikster debacle: the video rental and streaming service has released version 2.0 of its iOS app, which brings a completely overhauled user interface to the iPad. That's a welcome change, as the previous user interface--which more or less channeled Netflix's website--often suffered from poor performance and clunky usability.

  • News: Moving to the cloud in 2012? Look out for these pitfalls

    Businesses that want to take advantage of the maturing cloud marketplace in 2012 can learn from some common mistakes others have made when moving to infrastructure- and platform-as-a-service offerings, experts said.

  • News: SSD shipments leap 66% in Q3, revenue doubles

    The Computerworld (US) story, "SSD shipments leap 66% in Q3, revenue doubles," posted to the wire Tuesday, incorrectly identified the number of shipments of solid-state drives in the third quarter of 2011 and the third quarter of 2010. The second graph has been changed on the wire and now reads as follows:



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