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  • News: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 -- Four Things to Know

    If the shoulder-to-shoulder crowds inside Activision's E3 booth were any indication, the Call of Duty series is still a huge deal. The good news is that I was able to slip away from the mob for a closer look at two single-player missions in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The bad news is that the entire demo was hands-off.

  • News: Rovio readies cookbook, new games, China push

    China will be a key market as Finland-based Rovio continues to build on the phenomenal success of Angry Birds, while starting work on new games and a cookbook, Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka said in speech at the Open Mobile Summit conference in London on Wednesday.

  • News: Industry upbeat about IPv6 Day despite low traffic volume

    It's been billed by its organizers as the most important day for the future of the Internet, but so far World IPv6 Day has probably served to confirm what the industry already knows about the 128-bit protocol on which the 21st century digital society will be built -- there is not a lot of it about.

  • News: Verizon Faces Complaint for Blocking Tethering Apps

    Verizon Wireless is going back on its word and trying to cage a wild beast that yearns to be free, according to a complaint filed with the FCC over the mobile carrier's decision to block third-party tethering apps on Android phones.

  • News: So is the Wii Finished?

    Nintendo is going all in on the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS. In fact, they're so invested in their new platforms that the Wii barely rated a mention during their press conference.

  • News: The right office apps for the iPad at work, round 2

    Users and business managers alike are loving the iPad as a potential laptop replacement, for at least part of the time. And more and more workplaces are providing employees iPads or letting employees use their own. So, just as companies typically install a suite of desktop productivity apps (nearly always Microsoft Office), what should the iPad equivalent be?

  • News: Verizon confirms sales of its Galaxy S II 'superphone' start in July

    Verizon Wireless Wednesday confirmed that it will start selling Samsung's Galaxy S II 'superphone' some time next month.

  • News: New Cisco edge routers optimized for IPv6 traffic

    Cisco this week rolled out two routers designed to allow service providers to migrate to IPv6 and more capably support video, mobility and cloud offerings.

  • News: Tekken Hybrid Brings Movie, Tournament HD Remake Together

    Coming this November, Tekken Hybrid is a Blu-Ray pack for PlayStation 3 that includes a 3D-compatible version of the upcoming Tekken: Blood Vengeance CG feature film and an HD, PS3 version of PS2 classic fighter Tekken Tag Tournament.

  • News: Mobile Developers Still Choosing Android Over iOS

    More than 5,000 iOS developers are in San Francisco for Apple's big party at the Worldwide Developers Conference, but a new report says the hippest place to be is the Android Market. The study, from Bluevia and Vision Mobile, found that 67 percent of developers code for Android, while iOS trails at 59 percent.

  • News: Four Ways the Red Sox are Scoring with SharePoint

    The Boston Red Sox have many weapons to keep the team winning on the field: powerful hitters, a seasoned pitching rotation, and an experienced coaching staff.

  • News: Mario Kart 3DS May yet Refresh the Franchise

    When Super Mario Kart Wii arrived with a wheeze in 2008, much was made of how one of Nintendo's most storied franchises had officially passed its expiration date (even if it went on to sell millions, anyway). And yet here we are, about to receive another Mario Kart title.

  • News: Network based video surveillance drives security

    The internet protocol provides a mechanism where data is delivered between computer devices on different networks. As people worldwide suddenly become anxious about security, network video surveillance has more advantages over analogue and digital video recorder systems. One such system is the IPVision Software's Virtual Video Recorder (VVR) that has an in-built camera, video processing capabilities and IT standard networked attached storage (NAS) solutions.

  • News: Study: 33% of businesses lack customer service strategy

    A new study has found that a third of Australian businesses do not have a customer service strategy in place.

  • News: Laptop Thieves Stopped! Amazing Recovery Stories

    If you've ever lost a laptop or had one stolen, you know what an awful feeling it leaves behind. But a new breed of laptop security software is turning the tables on thieves, giving owners and police a fighting chance of recovering the missing property and sometimes even bringing thieves to justice.

  • News: World IPv6 Day: Tech industry's most-watched event since Y2K

    The nation's largest telecom carriers, content providers, hardware suppliers and software vendors will be on the edge of their seats tonight for the start of World IPv6 Day, which is the most-anticipated 24 hours the tech industry has seen since fears of the Y2K bug dominated New Year's Eve in 1999.

  • News: Pikmin Confirmed for Wii U

    Shigeru Miyamoto confirms that Pikmin is under development for Wii U, and that it might be out sooner than you think.

  • News: Sony hacks show need for data breach disclosure laws

    The repeated hacking of Sony's PlayStation Network hack has demonstrated the need for Australia to adopt mandatory data breach disclosure laws, a local security director has claimed.

  • News: Connected devices requires difference in web development

    An increasingly split internet, or ‘splinternet’, of connected devices requires much more advanced website development from businesses, Forrester has warned.

  • News: IPv6 Day Headaches a Sure Bet: A Troubleshooting Guide

    An estimated one million Internet users are expected to have trouble connecting to some of their favorite Websites during World IPv6 Day on Wednesday. More than 400 popular Websites including Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Bing are participating in a test run of a new addressing system for the Internet, called Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).



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