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  • News: Belkin's N900: A New Router for Use With Games and Video

    Belkin's new N900 is a new Wi-Fi router with that will help you prioritize high-bandwidth activities like games. The company also announced an advanced dock that works with Intel’s high-speed Thunderbolt port.

  • News: Driver Alert: OnStar Opens Its Devices to Third-Party Developers

    OnStar announced Sunday that it will open up its ATOMS cloud platform to selected third-party developers in early 2012.

  • News: Google patches Chrome, beefs up malicious file blocking tech

    Google last week patched Chrome 16 and improved the download warnings in the impending Chrome 17.

  • News: Escort Live Social Network Protects You From Speed Traps

    Social networks are everywhere, but here's one that's actually kind of useful: Escort Live, a "social network for the road" that aims to protect drivers from speeding tickets.

  • News: EyeSee360 is a panoramic camera for the iPhone

    EyeSee360’s GoPano Micro is a case, attachment and software combination that turns your iPhone 4 or 4s into an odd-looking, but effective, 360-degree camcorder—for a mere $80 (plus shipping). Put the iPhone into the case (which looks pretty ordinary and doesn’t interfere with regular iPhone use), snap the cone-shaped lens onto the camera opening on the back of the phone, and run the free app to capture the action in all directions simultaneously.

  • News: Dropcam HD Wi-Fi Camera Lets You Monitor Your Home From Your Phone

    One of the overarching themes we’ve seen in the last year is the mobile-connected automated home. Forgot to turn off a light after you left your house? Switch it off from your phone. Want to adjust your home’s temperature to save on energy bills? There’s an app for that. Want to know what sort of trouble your cat is getting into while you’re on vacation? Dropcam HD, a Wi-Fi camera with a mobile app, uses live and recorded video so you can make sure all is well while you’re away.

  • News: New Samsung Wireless Webcams Offer Social Features and More

    Need a baby monitor or just like to keep an eye on your home while on vacation? Samsung has you covered with their new Wi-Fi enabled IP cameras. These cameras connect to your home router and let you keep tabs on your loved ones and belongings from anywhere with the help of Samsung’s website.

  • News: Cloud Services Emerge as CES Trend

    Lenovo and Acer are following software giants such as Apple, Google and Microsoft into the cloud with services that make your music, videos, photos, and documents available instantly across all your devices. The two computer makers separately announced new online personal data storage services at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which officially opens Tuesday.

  • News: Canon headlines new PowerShot G1 X flagship point and shoot

    Canon's PowerShot line of muscular point and shoots has some high-profile new additions just in time for CES. The company has announced the PowerShot G1 X, a brand new flagship point and shoot, alongside two new ELPH models—the 520 HS and 110 HS.

  • News: Famitsu Vs. IGN: Top 10 Gaming Stories of 2011

    Curious about what's big in Japan? Famitsu.com, the companion site to the popular Japanese gaming magazine, recently released a list of their top 100 most read stories from 2011. Here are the top 10:

  • News: New Canon camcorders target the social network crowd

    With social networks like Facebook and YouTube assuming a greater role in people’s personal and work lives, Canon’s new line of consumer camcorders seeks to accommodate that trend by enabling easy shooting and online posting of better video faster.

  • News: Video: Surfers remember surfline.com founder Sean Collins

    While more traditional surfers may grumble that surfline has changed the culture of surfing, that’s exactly why others love it. Being able to know in advance which days will have good surfing on a favorite beach means people can plan ahead, take time off of work, and drive out to the beach.

  • News: Video: Spock meets Steve Wozniak

    Actor Leonard Nimoy, famed for playing Spock on the original "Star Trek" TV show and films, sat down briefly with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak at the Demo Enterprise event on Thursday night in San Francisco. Wozniak wowed him with the progress of machine translation technology.

  • News: Video: Yahoo's new CEO, Sony and RIM's tablets, Apple iBooks, CES and more

    Coming up on World Tech Update this week Yahoo finds a new CEO, we get ready for the Consumer Electronics Show, Sony and RIM try to entice tablet buyers, Apple prepares to revamp iBooks, Google offers voters political info and find out how to own the Steve Jobs action figure.

  • News: Rickroll emails didn't come from me, says Stratfor CEO

    Emails in which security consultancy Stratfor appears to invite customers to rate its response to a recent security breach are not actually from its CEO, the company said.

  • News: Israel steps up rhetoric against credit-card hackers

    A top Israeli official said Saturday that cyber attacks are similar to terrorism and merit the same response, just a few days after tens of thousands of credit card numbers were released by a hacker going by the name "oxOmar."

  • News: MediaTek lays groundwork for gigabit WLANs

    Semiconductor company MediaTek has introduced a system-on-a-chip (SoC) that will be used to power wireless routers based on the 802.11ac wireless networking standard, which promises gigabit speeds, the company said on Monday.

  • News: CES: Acer launches Aspire S5 ultrabook

    Acer has unveiled the Aspire S5, an ultrabook that's just 15mm at its thickest point.

  • News: MIT Chip Models Human Brain Synapse

    Forget artificial intelligence; researchers at MIT say they've figured out how to mimic the way a real brain works.

  • News: Big IT Vendors Lead Patching Laggards

    IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft led the list of companies that failed to patch vulnerabilities after being notified by the world's largest bug-bounty program, according to the TippingPoint Zero-Day Initiative.

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