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  • News: Broadband satellite for rural Canada, U.S. set to launch

    A U.S.-built satellite is set to be launched from Kazakhstan on Wednesday which will allow a Canada's Xplornet Communications to offer 4G speeds to rural parts of the country that will come closer to what their city cousins can get.

  • News: Gartner: Private clouds are a last resort

    Enterprises should consider public cloud services first and turn to private clouds only if the public cloud fails to meet their needs.

  • News: Spotify Shakes Up Online Music Landscape, Consumers Win

    Call it the second British Invasion--this time, however, the songs are coming from the UK-based online music service Spotify, not the Beatles. Spotify is taking the United States by storm, music experts say, thanks to a deep catalog of popular tunes from major labels and a generous six-month free-trial period that allows you to enjoy tracks à la carte or even entire albums.

  • News: Router Tips to Make Your Wireless Faster

    The router is the technological workhorse of the modern home, bringing Internet to your many devices. A router’s wireless speed is usually a user’s main concern: Unlike wired networks, wireless networks seem to suffer interference from objects in our everyday lives--should the router be above the dryer, or below; next to the microwave, or above? Wireless speeds can also be affected by too many devices sharing the same access point as well. Your device is fighting for limited bandwidth.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.0: It's Finally Here

    It seems like we’ve been waiting for the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone for eternity, but at last long last, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has arrived. At a press event Wednesday morning in Hong Kong, Samsung and Google revealed the first phone with Google’s next generation operating system, Android 4.0.

  • News: 22% have had email or social media accounts hacked

    An incredible 46% of PC Advisor poll voters have experienced some form of hacking.

  • News: Gmail users targeted by rogue password recovery tool

    Consumers trying to recover a Gmail password have been reminded not to use the widely-circulating Gmail hacker Pro software, which claims it can recover forgotten passwords for a fee.

  • News: Ice Cream Sandwich: The Most Delicious Android Yet

    From its navigation methods to fonts, Android is redesigned and refreshed in its Ice Cream Sandwich edition to meet the tastes of its users. Google introduced the update to Honeycomb and Gingerbread Tuesday night alongside Samsung's debut of the Galaxy Nexus. Here are the highlights.

  • News: Apple posts customer-driven Remembering Steve website

    Early Wednesday, Apple posted a customer-driven tribute to its late co-founder and CEO, Steve Jobs. The new Remembering Steve page at Apple’s website features a stream of testimonials, thoughts, and memories.

  • News: German federal Trojan eavesdrops on 15 applications, experts find

    A Trojan used by German law enforcement authorities to intercept Internet phone calls is capable of monitoring traffic from 15 programs, including browsers and instant messaging applications.

  • News: Woman Shocked by $200,000+ Phone Bill

    A Florida woman received a nasty wake-up call about data roaming when she got her T-Mobile phone bill for…$201,005.44. She also learned, the hard way, why you should turn off data roaming when in another country.

  • News: The best apps to create High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos

    If you've ever taken a photo outside on a bright day, only to find part of the photo way too dark and part of it way too light, you've stumbled upon one of the problems inherent with digital photography—a single exposure can only contain a limited dynamic range.

  • News: Doxie Go offers wireless scanning to Mac, iOS devices

    Apparent unveiled the Doxie Go, a portable scanner that can wirelessly sync photos, documents, and receipts to your Mac, iOS device, or several online sharing services.

  • News: Apple's iOS 5 vs. Google's Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich

    Apple's iOS 5 and the new iPhone 4S got some new competition late Wednesday after Google introduced Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, running on the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus. ICS includes a host of new features including improved voice commands, an improved browser, facial recognition, photo enhancements and changes to core apps such as Gmail and Calendar. The Galaxy Nexus hardware includes a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display with 1280-by-720 resolution, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Near Field Communication (NFC) chip, 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera.

  • News: Apple flooded with more than 1 million memories of Steve Jobs

    Apple, which today is holding a company-wide memorial for Steve Jobs, says that it has received more than 1 million messages from those recalling the company co-founder and former CEO in the wake of his death at the age of 56.

  • News: VMware demos Operations for View tool

    At VMworld this week, VMware demonstrated vCenter Operations for View, an upcoming management tool that will allow enterprises that have rolled out virtual desktops to get more insight into how their environment is performing and possible problems.

  • News: NetSuite boosts global capabilities of its SaaS business software

    NetSuite on Wednesday announced a series of enhancements and offerings meant to make its on-demand ERP (enterprise resource planning) software more desirable to larger companies, particularly those with international operations.

  • News: Criminals turn to 'card-trapping' at ATM machines to get cash

    Criminals are embracing methods to trap debit and credit cards in ATMs for retrieval later, a move believed to be motivated by better security measures designed to ensure card details are not copied at the machines, according to an industry group.

  • News: 70% use wireless to connect printers, smartphones

    A massive 70 percent of PC Advisor readers are using wireless technology to connect devices other than desktop PCs and laptops.

  • News: Apple sets iPad, Mac sales records

    Apple on Tuesday reported selling a record number of iPads and Macs in the third quarter but missed the aggressive targets set by Wall Street analysts for the iPhone.



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