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  • News: 26-Foot-Tall Rubik's Cube Is Even Harder to Solve

    It first appeared at Burning Man, providing a guiding light in the wastes, and now it's coming to Seattle's Pacific Science Center. What is it? Why, it's a huge 26-foot Rubik's cube that can actually be solved. It takes 3 people, however, and they stand apart from each other (60ft-Burning Man, 30ft-PacSci) and each participant only gets to rotate one axis. Created by Groove Studios, they call it the "Groovik's Cube."

  • News: Why Windows 8 on ARM Matters

    If Windows 8 works successfully on ARM-processor-equipped systems, expect to see thin, light, and innovative devices coming our way. This includes ultra-thin laptops with impressive battery life, and super-light, large-screen tablets.

  • News: First Look: Apple Thunderbolt Display

    The Apple Thunderbolt Display may just be the most clever display ever. Macworld Lab received our new display Friday morning, and we immediately set out to test the new features.

  • News: Microsoft cracks live migration problem

    With the next release of Windows Server operating system, Microsoft has conquered one of the thorniest problems in virtualization: moving an operational virtual machine (VM) across a wide area network (WAN).

  • News: Experts: Google antitrust probe to shed light on search

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's antitrust investigation into Google's search engine could shine some light on the secret inner workings of the company's search ranking decisions and the relationship between advertising and free search results, some Google critics said Friday.

  • News: Macworld editors, other experts to be at Mac Computer Expo

    Northern Californians itching for a day of Mac and Apple goodness from a whole bunch of great speakers: The North Coast Mac Users Group will host its 18th annual Mac Computer Expo (MCE) on October 1 at the Petaluma Community Center.

  • News: Researcher discloses zero-day flaws in SCADA systems

    An Italian security researcher this week disclosed details of several zero-day vulnerabilities he discovered in SCADA products from multiple vendors, a disclosure likely to reinforce concerns about critical infrastructures.

  • News: US-Australia military pact deemed to cover cyberspace

    For the first time, the U.S. has interpreted an existing treaty to include aggression in cyberspace as a trigger for international military cooperation.

  • News: DEMO '11: Keep your eyes on WeVideo

    While there were a lot of impressive technologies at this year's DEMO convention, WeVideo looks like it has the most potential to be the Next Big Thing.

  • News: Seven states join DOJ in opposing AT&T deal

    Seven state attorneys general have joined a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit attempting to block AT&T's US$39 billion acquisition of rival mobile carrier T-Mobile USA.

  • News: Intel boosts laptop battery, graphics with Ivy Bridge

    Chip and system-level improvements that Intel is making with the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture will result in laptops out next year with longer battery life and better graphics, the company said this week.

  • News: Developers get access to first Google+ APIs

    Google has released the first public APIs for Google+ so that external developers can start working with the social networking site and planning applications for it.

  • News: Symantec CEO nets $8.5 million pay package

    Symantec CEO Enrique Salem netted an $8.5 million pay package this year, down 6% from the $9 million he received in 2010. The company grew revenue by 3% while income suffered a 16% decline during Symantec's 2011 fiscal year.

  • News: Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen

    The Computerworld US story, "Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen," which posted to the newswire Friday, had an incorrect byline. The correct byline is Matt Hamblen. The story has been corrected on the newswire and online editors are asked to make the change on their sites

  • News: Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen

    Intel this week promised that a smartphone based on its Atom processor will hit the market in the first quarter of 2012, while Google pledged to make future Android releases work on Intel's mobile chips. To analysts, the latest Intel-Google partnership wasn't all that significant.

  • News: Google patches 32 Chrome bugs, revs browser to v.14

    Google today patched 32 vulnerabilities in Chrome, paying more than $14,000 in bug bounties as it also upgraded the stable edition of the browser to version 14.

  • News: Pledge asks Chinese hackers to reject cybertheft

    Two prominent Chinese hackers have released a convention calling for the rejection of cybertheft and are asking their peers to support it, as China is increasingly seen as the source of international hacking attacks.

  • News: Security roundup: Stealing from the military; persistent threats; mammoth security problems; bot armies

    Sometimes the difference between selfless valor and selfish cowardice is stark. On the same week that 21-year-old Marine Sgt. Dakota Meyer is awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in saving his compatriots in Afghanistan, we hear that Rene Quimby, 42, is sentenced to prison for stealing 16,000 identities of U.S. military service members and using that information to steal from 650 victims.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Sept. 16

    We learn this week that the iPhone 5 is a "sight to behold" even though no one writing about it has actually beheld one. Far from dampening rumors, that vacuum of fact causes them to swell and blossom.

  • News: Research: Study the Player, Not the Game

    Recent research suggests that placing the blame for elevated aggression and other negative effects solely on the shoulders of video games is unfair, and that individual personalities play a significant role.



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