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  • News: Google pleads for more unlicensed spectrum instead of more auctions

    Google would really, really like to see a lot more unlicensed spectrum.

  • News: Samsung to Bring Series 7 Gamer to the U.S., With Upgrades

    Gamers in North America looking for a high-end gaming laptop may have envied those in Europe, who have been able to purchase Samsung’s Series 7 Gamer notebook since last spring. This April, the company will bring the laptop to our shores, and give it a nice boost in specs at the same time.

  • News: Ford Wants Vehicles to Monitor Your Health

    Ford Motors has announced a collaboration with Microsoft, Healthrageous and BlueMetal Architects to bring health monitoring into cars, an effort that signals the company’s intent to move away from the in-vehicle "infotainment" systems some auto makers announced at CES.

  • News: Oracle updates TimeTen in-memory database, aims at SAP HANA

    Oracle on Thursday rolled out an updated version of its TimesTen In-Memory Database, which is a key component of its upcoming Exalytics appliance as well as a competitor to SAP's HANA platform.

  • News: iPad 3 rumor rollup for the week ending Jan. 11

    The January Wolf Moon this past week has set the iOSsphere howling with iPad 3 rumors.

  • News: ICANN begins accepting generic top-level domain name applications

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has begun accepting applications for new generic top-level domains (gTLDs).

  • News: 4 Google Social Search Tips for Control and Privacy

    Google sparked controversy on Tuesday with the announcement of a major search update that includes content from its budding social network, the announcement posted on Google's blog, Google Fellow Amit Singhal says, "Search is still limited to a universe of webpages created publicly, mostly by people you've never met. Today, we're changing that by bringing your world, rich with people and information, into search."

  • News: A closer look at Lenovo's enterprise and hybrid ultrabooks

    Cashing in on the ultrabook excitement at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Lenovo has rolled out four of its own slimmed-down models, including one geared specifically for the enterprise.

  • News: How to Get the Most Out of IT Conferences

    Technology professionals and experts offer tips to make attending events pay off for your IT career. It's more than just handing out a bunch of business cards. Success takes planning and follow-through.

  • News: Microsoft the Sleeper Hit Of CES 2012?

    Microsoft's final Consumer Electronics Show keynote on Tuesday was criticized for not delivering much in the way of interesting news, but the software giant just might be the sleeper hit of CES. Alongside big trends at this year's show such as Smart TVs, new display technologies, apps, and Ultrabooks, new handsets from HTC and Nokia running Microsoft's Windows Phone software are impressing the crowds at CES.

  • News: ioSafe Electrocutes Its Latest Rugged Portable Thunderbolt Drive

    At last year's CES, ioSafe shot up its Rugged Portable hard drive with a 12-gauge, and the year before that it ran over its Solo SSD with a steamroller. Not to be outdone (by itself), this year ioSafe put on a truly electrifying performance.

  • News: Stream and Store Video With New Offerings from Belkin and Verizon

    Video storage and streaming capability are priorities in new networking products from Belkin and Verizon.

  • News: Cache Drives Give Your PC a Cheap SSD Boost

    Many new PCs come with solid state drives because SSDs make booting up your PC and accessing data faster. But adding an SSD to an existing computer can be a problem. Most of us can't afford an SSD big enough to carry all our data. And combining an SSD with a traditional hard drive means lots of futzing to get all your most frequently accessed data onto the SSD drive.

  • News: Xbox 360 in 2012: What About the Games?

    Microsoft is reaping the rewards of the Xbox 360 and Kinect's success over the past year, and they're showing it off in a big way at CES 2012. However, very little of the Xbox buzz coming from Microsoft has to do with games. 2012 might very well be the Year of the Xbox 360, but not for many of the gamers that brought it so far.

  • News: Adobe confirms Creative Suite 6 (CS6) will ship in first half of 2012

    Adobe recants statement saying only CS5 and CS5.5 owners will get discounted upgrades, opening it to CS3 and CS4 owners too.

  • News: Dell unveils new Fluid Data storage products

    Dell is bulking out its storage portfolio under the Fluid Data architecture umbrella, with the announcement of four new products building on its acquisitions of Ocarina, Compellent and EqualLogic.

  • News: U.S. CIO Unveils Mobile Strategy for Federal Government

    Obama administration tech chief Steven VanRoekel looks to narrow mobile gap between feds and private sector, also cites consumerization of IT and the migration to the cloud as key areas.

  • News: CloudFTP: The Missing Link Between USB Drives and iOS Devices

    CloudFTP is a $100 gadget that addresses one of the most ubiquitous tech disconnects in recent memory: the lack of USB support on iPhones and iPads, which makes it a hassle to transfer data from a thumb drive to these popular devices.

  • News: Home Theater Speakers Getting a Wireless Standard

    Nothing complements a big-screen HDTV like a great 5.1 or 7.1 home theater audio system -- but running wires to connect speakers in all corners of a room can get messy. Wireless speakers address the cable problem, but with no standard in place for wireless home theater audio, you're pretty much forced to buy a complete system from one vendor to be sure everything works.

  • News: Hash collision DoS vulnerability fixed in PHP 5.3.9

    The PHP development team has released version 5.3.9 of the popular Web development platform in order to address a recently disclosed denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability, as well as other security issues and bugs.



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