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  • News: RIM's PlayBook shipments drop in half

    PlayBook shipments dropped in half for Research In Motion during its second quarter, which also saw revenue continue to plummet.

  • News: 'Consumerization of IT' Taking Its Toll on IT Managers

    "Consumerization of IT" may be an overused phrase, but it is by no means a fad. Workers nationwide are coming to expect that personal devices will connect to corporate networks.

  • News: TGS: Japan Gets a $500 Fantasy XIII-2 Lightning Edition PS3

    If you liked Final Fantasy XIII and are already planning your New Year's budget around Final Fantasy XIII-2, you might want to have an extra $500 handy.

  • News: TGS: Square Enix Announces Mobile Final Fantasy Legends

    Despite not having any native Japanese speakers on staff, Touch Arcade not only pieced together the details of Square Enix?'s new mobile RPG, but the possible English name, should the title come stateside.

  • News: Rebuttal: Remaking Final Fantasy VII Would Be a Bad Idea

    Japanese RPG fans are really passionate about the whole issue of whether or not Final Fantasy VII should be remade. In fact, not long after McKinley posted his passionate opinion on the matter, I got two separate pitches from freelancers wanting to write a rebuttal. But as McKinley is my peer here at GamePro, maybe it's best that I respond myself. I don't have any illusions that this piece will put the issue to bed for good, but I can at least explain why I think remaking Final Fantasy VII would be a bad idea.

  • News: PSN Update Shields Sony From Lawsuits

    Sony may not be familiar with how to properly secure their own online service, but when it comes to high-profile lawsuits, they've got all of the dance steps down to a science.

  • News: Dead Island Racks Up 1 Million Units Shipped in Just a Week

    It looks like a rough PC launch and some unfortunate gender-bashing didn't affect sales of Dead Island for the worse, as publisher Deep Silver reports that the game has successfully shipped a million copies in just a week.

  • News: The Avengers Video Game: What Could Have Been

    Leaked footage and screens of The Avengers suggests recently closed THQ studio was working on a really promising title. See for yourself.

  • News: Mobile startups push health at Demo

    Smartphones can help make people healthier, according to three startups that stood out among young mobile companies presenting their ideas at the Demo Fall conference this week.

  • News: Bot army being assembled, awaiting orders

    A mammoth army of infected computers is being assembled, but it's unclear yet what purpose they will be put to.

  • News: Canon Announces New High-End Point-and-Shoot Cameras

    Canon announced two new cameras Thursday morning as part of its PowerShot line of point-and-shoot cameras. The two models, the S100 and the SX40 HS, are upgrades for the S95 and the SX30 IS respectively and both cameras are seeing incremental upgrades rather than radical changes.

  • News: Microsoft previews Compiler-as-a-Service software

    Microsoft will release a CTP (Community Technology Preview) of a new type of compiler its researchers have been building, code-named Project Roslyn, the company executive overseeing the C# programming language announced Thursday.

  • News: RIM's PlayBook shipments halve

    PlayBook shipments dropped in half for Research In Motion during its second quarter, which also saw revenue continue to plummet.

  • News: Windows 8 snags an early thumbs-up

    Microsoft's long-awaited deeper look at Windows 8 on Tuesday has piqued consumer interest, according to a company that scores online news and social media trends.

  • News: Acer shows off inch-thick Ultrabook Aspire S3 laptop

    Acer has today been demonstrating its Ultrabook Aspire S3 Windows 7-based laptop. The ultraportable laptop is housed in a magnesium-alloy case less than an inch thick. It weighs 1.4kg and is 13mm thick.

  • News: PayPal unveils mobile payments for in-store shopping

    PayPal has unveiled a mobile payment initiative for shoppers that doesn't require near-field communication (NFC) technology inside smartphones.

  • News: Weekend startup blends gaming, ads, education

    An idea that formed in entrepreneur Tony Young Lyu's head while he was waiting in line at the Startup Weekend event last weekend could make online display advertising more effective and make people smarter at the same time.

  • News: What today's software developers need to know

    Today's software developers don't have to worry about many things that their predecessors used to, like coding to minimize RAM consumption even if it means significantly longer execution time, or WAN connections maxing out at 14.4 kilobits per second. (Although, there may be some out-of-fashion skills they could benefit from or that may yet regain relevance.)

  • News: Running Windows on a Mac (Part 2): The good, bad and ugly

    If you're toying with the idea of getting a MacBook Air, Pro or an iMac and run Windows 7 on it full-time, it's good to be aware of where this unholy pairing shines and especially where it fails. In part 1 of this series, I discussed the performance impact you're going to get running Windows 7, as compared to Mac OS X Lion (spoiler alert: battery life suffers a bit, performance-wise it's "ok"). In this second installment in the series, I'll shine a light on the ups, downs, quirks and downright ugliness that you'll encounter when running Windows 7 on your Mac.

  • News: Facebook's New Friend Lists: 5 Things You Need to Know

    Last week, reports swirled that Facebook was testing a new friend list feature that bared a similar resemblance to Google+ Circles. One difference was that Facebook's "Smart Lists" do the work for you, automatically grouping your friends into lists such as work, school, family and city. Now, Facebook says, this feature is going primetime and will be available to everyone this week.



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