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  • News: Amazon launches Kindle integration with public libraries

    Amazon on Wednesday announced the launch of its previously-promised Kindle library lending, which will allow Kindle and Kindle app users alike to borrow ebooks from 11,000 local libraries in the United States.

  • News: AT&T Unveils Global Text Messaging Plans

    AT&T has introduced two new messaging packages aimed at international travelers who roam on other networks. The bundles allow for not only text messages while abroad, but also include photo and video messages for one low monthly rate.

  • News: Social engineering attacks costly for business

    Social engineering attacks are widespread, frequent and cost organizations thousands of dollars annually according to new research from security firm Check Point Software Technologies.

  • News: Canadians wait for U.S. on public safety network

    Canadian public safety agencies hoping the U.S. budget fight doesn't kill a plan to create a national wireless network for first responders. If the Americans don't set aside spectrum in the 700 MHz block for the network, then Canadian plans to create a mirror service will likely die.

  • News: Netflix deals with cloud security concerns

    As Netflix commits its future to streaming movies to customers, it relies almost exclusively on cloud services for its infrastructure, raising security concerns that require a new way of thinking, the company's cloud security architect says.

  • News: Apple reportedly unveiling next-gen iPhone on Oct. 4

    The much anticipated introduction by Apple of its next-generation iPhone, possibly the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4GS, is reportedly going to happen on Oct. 4.

  • News: Facebook Subscriptions: 5 Warnings

    If you don't use it correctly, Facebook's new subscription feature can lead to a social networking mess: private posts and comments shown publicly, a cluttered news feed and spam.

  • News: Lion vulnerability lets attacker change user password

    A flaw in one of Mac OS X Lion’s command-line utilities has potentially opened a route for an attacker to change a user’s password without knowing the current password. But how big of a concern is it?

  • News: Mobile business card-reading apps compared

    If you believe the technological vision of the future prophesied by some mobile advocates, business cards will soon be a thing of the past. Soon enough we'll all be swapping our contact information by zapping digital bits wirelessly through the air with some sort of slick gadget.

  • News: Mobile broadband data is king to telcos

    The amount of data generated by business technology systems, digital cameras and mobile phones has grown over the past several years.

  • News: Poker Site Ran Massive Ponzi Scheme on Players

    Online poker site Full Tilt Poker told its players that their funds were safe, secure, and available for withdrawal. But a U.S. prosecutor says this was a lie--in fact, Attorney Preet Bharara alleges that the players' money was used to finance a "massive Ponzi scheme."

  • News: Remains of the Day: A touch of color

    Is a white iPod touch in the offing? Well, seems more likely than T-Mobile getting the iPhone 5 this year. Elsewhere, robots test iPad apps, John Sculley talks Steve Jobs, and an upcoming blockbuster evokes a classic Mac icon. Prepare for your feature presentation: the remainders for Tuesday, September 20, 2011.

  • News: Social Startups Kick the Tires: Great Spin or Retread?

    Social media startups spin their offerings at DEMO Fall 2011. Can they convince people to sign up?

  • News: OS X 10.7 Lion flaw 'allows unauthorised password changes'

    A security research claims that a flaw in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion could allow passwords to be changed without knowledge of the logged in user's password.

  • News: Facebook Revamps News Feed, Annoying Users

    Facebook's F8 Developer Conference just days away but the social network has already debuted a new "smarter" News Feed.

  • News: The Week in iOS Accessories: Now we're cookin'!

    This week's roundup of accessories for your iPhone, iPad, and iPod includes a number of new speaker systems, as well as options for charging your i-devices, using your iPad in the kitchen, and mounting your tablet on your hand or leg.

  • News: Spanish competition regulator investigates Microsoft

    Spain's National Competition Commission is investigating whether Microsoft has unjustifiably prevented or limited resale of software licenses, in breach of Spanish and European Union competition laws, the Commission announced Tuesday.

  • News: Adobe Flash Player 11 Will Have an Eye on Gaming

    Adobe Flash may be losing ground online to HTML 5 with Web developers and companies such as Apple and Microsoft, but that hasn't stopped Adobe from innovating on its still ubiquitous online video platform. The company has announced that the final versions of Flash Player 11 and Air 3 will be released in early October after being available as a public beta since July. The next Flash platform includes a new hardware-accelerated 3D rendering engine called Stage 3D that the company says is 1,000 times faster than Flash Player 10.

  • News: What to Expect From the Next Generation of Game Consoles

    Nintendo already unveiled its next-generation game console, the Wii U, earlier this year. But what about Microsoft and Sony? We asked PCWorld's four biggest gaming geeks to make predictions on what the next Xbox and PlayStation systems will look like.

  • News: Nvidia's Quad-Core Kal-El Chip Packs Hidden 'Companion' Core

    Nvidia today unveiled the technical specs for its upcoming "Kal-El" quad-core mobile processor. The world's first mobile quad-core chip actually has a secret fifth core, which the company refers to as a "companion core," to handle less demanding tasks like Web browsing. By including this extra core, Nvidia says you can expect better energy savings and performance on tablets or smartphones.



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