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  • News: SLIDESHOW: Inside Zynga's crazy new headquarters

    Zynga invited the media to its new headquarters in San Francisco this week to show off its latest games. It's at the corner of 8th and Townsend in a former warehouse district that's now also home to bars, nightclubs and plenty of startups. Zynga has made the interior look more like an art space than a company headquarters.

  • News: Apple updates iWork, Find My iPhone, Remote iOS apps

    In addition to iOS 5, iCloud’s rollout, and Mac OS X 10.7.2 and its attendant updates, Apple also released new versions of many of its iOS apps on Wednesday. Most of them bring support for some of iCloud’s features, but additional enhancements and improvements have been thrown into the mix as well.

  • News: Apple TV 4.4 update adds Photo Stream, NHL, and more

    As part of its barrage of updates on Wednesday, Apple bumped the second-generation Apple TV's software to version 4.4, bringing with it support for Photo Stream, AirPlay mirroring, NHL hockey, Wall Street Journal content, and more.

  • News: iCloud: Syncing

    Once you have iCloud set up on your devices, you can take advantage of the service's syncing capabilities. You'll be able to access your contacts, calendars, mail, documents, photos, and more across all your devices and on the Web. The syncing process on iCloud, however, is different than the iTunes syncing process Apple users have become familiar with. With iCloud, your data is seamlessly pushed across all of your devices; you won't actively have to choose when you want to sync your device. Instead, your data is automatically stored onto iCloud, and your iOS devices and computers collectively sync to and pull information from this central server on a regular basis, keeping everything up to date.

  • News: iCloud: Purchases and iTunes Match

    Within Apple's new iCloud service, you can sync, back up your devices, and locate friends--but if you want to manage your music and purchases, look to the service's iTunes in the Cloud initiative: For free, you can automatically download any new purchases across all your devices, and access any past purchases (still available on iTunes); pay an extra $25 a year, and you can store and stream your music online with iTunes Match. Here's how these all work.

  • News: iCloud: Backup

    With portable devices, there's always a risk of losing or damaging your hardware when you're out and about. As such, it makes sense to make regular backups of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, but in the past, that process has been easier said than done. With iCloud Backup, however, you can back up your iOS device's data automatically, even when you're not using it.

  • News: Nokia gears up for new strike on US market

    Nokia Windows Phones were well-hidden during a tour of the company's phone-testing facility in San Diego, but they loomed large over the conversation.

  • News: Getting started with iCloud, Apple's new sync service

    Over the past few years, consumers have become obsessed with the notion of having their documents and data instantly available wherever they are, on whichever device they happen to be using at the time. In the past, Apple experimented with this by offering limited sync services; with iCloud, the company is charging head-first into the digital-sync sphere.

  • News: Apple delivers iOS 5, upgrades Lion

    Apple today shipped the long-awaited upgrades to its mobile and Mac operating systems that provide, among other things, access to the new iCloud service.

  • News: Mac OS X 10.7.2, iPhoto 9.2 bring iCloud support

    Not content to merely update its flagship mobile operating system, Apple on Wednesday released three significant updates for Mac users: Mac OS X 10.7.2, Lion Recovery Update, and iPhoto 9.2.

  • News: Cadillac updates car controls with touch, voice

    Cadillac wants to let drivers have natural conversations with their cars and get physical feedback from a touchscreen in some models coming as soon as next year.

  • News: iOS 5 is Here, and Here's What's New

    iOS 5 is now available for download -- you might even be attempting to download it right now. Here's what you can expect from the new update.

  • News: iOS 5 arrives, ushering in multitude of mobile changes

    Apple on Wednesday released iOS 5, its hotly anticipated upgrade to the operating system that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

  • News: Apple launches iCloud ahead of iOS 5 debut

    Apple today launched iCloud, the free online synchronization and backup service that replaces MobileMe.

  • News: BerryMover adds new BlackBerry to iPhone migration option

    With the release of iOS 5 upon us and the iPhone 4S coming imminently, Information Appliance Associates has announced the release of BerryMover, an app that can perform a brain transplant from a BlackBerry to an iPhone, right on the iOS device itself.

  • News: Apple Opens iCloud Ahead of iOS 5 Launch

    When Apple's iOS 5 launches, iCloud will be waiting.

  • News: Coalition targets US broadband adoption gap

    A coalition of IT vendors, online companies and nonprofit organizations have launched a wide-ranging program to drive up broadband adoption in the U.S. and train residents in tech skills in an effort to cut unemployment and spur economic growth.

  • News: BlackBerry outage floors many BES enterprise services

    The three-day BlackBerry outage has heavily hit Enterprise Server (BES) users and floored services for many, taking the damage even further than consumers and small businesses, originally said to be the affected groups.

  • News: Which Q&A Sites Are Best for Business?

    Getting answers from third-party experts usually costs good, hard money. Sites like Quora, LinkedIn Answers, and Fluther remove this painand let you get the answers to things for which Google just isn't going to give good results. If I actually want to know about search engine optimization (SEO), for example, I'll ask an answer site before Google because of the spammy results I'd get out of Google from that query.

  • News: Survey finds dangerous gap in prevention

    It's no big secret: contemporary attacks are levied over the Web; attackers will craft custom malware to slither past anti-malware defenses; and any business on any given day can be compromised. That's the reality of where information security stands today.



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