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  • News: Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet vs. Competition: Spec Showdown

    Amazon compromised on several hardware features of its Kindle Fire to deliver the most affordable mainstream 7-inch media tablet. Arriving on November 15 for $199, the Kindle Fire will enter a crowded market dominated by Apple's iPad.

  • News: JavaScript upgrade to feature modularization

    ECMAScript 6, which will also provide developers with more convenience and security, is anticipated for release in 2013

  • News: LTE now in eight Canadian cities

    Canada's biggest wireless carrier is now offering LTE service in three of the nation's biggest cities as operators try to out do each other in launching the next generation wireless technology.

  • News: iPhone 5: Voice recognition will be included-analyst

    Apple will unveil one new iPhone next week at Cupertino, Piper Jaffray reckons, and it will support voice recognition.

  • News: Tips for Getting More Out of PayPal

    In the last 13 years, PayPal has expanded far beyond its initial growth spurt on auction Websites. According to its second-quarter results, the online payment service busted through the $1 billion-earnings mark and is processing more than $315 million a day in online payments.

  • News: Amazon Challenging iPad's Dominance with Kindle Fire

    The iPad is a gorgeous device, as anyone who has held one in an Apple Store and gazed longingly at that big touchscreen will tell you. But it's very expensive. At $499 for the cheapest model, it's well out of the "impulse purchase" price range for everyone except those with deep pockets. Deep pockets that are full of money.

  • News: Amazon Kindle Touch not available in the UK

    Amazon's newest eReader, the Kindle Touch, hasn't been made available in the UK.

  • News: GM's OnStar feels heat, reverses controversial privacy changes

    Only a few days after it made what U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) called "brazen" changes to its privacy policy, General Motors subsidiary OnStar has backed down and said it would revert back to its previous terms of service.

  • News: Amazon Announces $199 Tablet, New Kindle E-Readers

    After months of hype, Amazon today announced the Kindle Fire, a 7-inch tablet with a $199 price tag. Amazon also refreshed its line of e-readers with a $149 Kindle Touch 3G, a $99 Kindle Touch without 3G, and a non-Touch $79 Kindle.

  • News: Zenprise offers iPad app for secure SharePoint access

    Positioned as a data loss prevention tool, the app and server software focus on enforcing SharePoint content policies on iOS devices

  • News: Argonne researchers 'hack' Diebold e-voting system

    Argonne National Lab researchers say they easily hacked an electronic voting machine model that's expected to be widely used to tally votes in the 2012 elections using inexpensive, widely-available electronic components.

  • News: Telecom Bill Cramming Impacts IT's Bottom Line

    Unauthorized charges on enterprise telecom bills are getting more sophisticated and harder to detect.

  • News: Mac OS X Lion: Losing its security pride

    Spate of vulnerabilities and Trojan attacks has some wondering about the state of Apple Mac security.

  • News: Will advanced biometrics automate future war machines?

    Biometric security breakthroughs are coming that would let the military capture from a distance an iris and facial scan of an individual and immediately match it to a biometrics-based "Watch List" of suspected terrorists, combatants or criminals.

  • News: Teach your router new tricks with DD-WRT

    With each passing year, hardware devices grow less dependent on proprietary components and more reliant on open source technologies. Network routers are among the main beneficiaries of this trend, especially those that can support a variety of third-party open source firmware projects. One variant, DD-WRT has become a common out-of-the-box option for many routers, but also exists in stand-alone implementations that can be placed on routers that support it. Hundreds of routers can run DD-WRT firmware, including nearly 100 Linksys models alone.

  • News: Amazon launches Kindle Touch

    Amazon has unveiled the Kindle Touch, a smaller and lighter eReader without the keyboard traditionally associated with the device.

  • News: Fruit Ninja aims to slice into China

    The maker of Fruit Ninja has big hopes for China, and aims for the hit game to reach an additional 70 million downloads in the country over the next six months.

  • News: FAQ: Which Social Networks Fight for Your Rights?

    The Bay Area Rapid Transit District's August shutdown of wireless service to squelch a demonstration in San Francisco raised anew questions about the use of technology in the face of authority. In this third installment in a series of FAQs, we examine the rights and responsibilities of social networks in protecting your privacy and your free speech. Be sure to check out the first two installments: a primer on your right to phone service during a protest and a discussion of your right to photograph the police.

  • News: Linux and Windows 8's Secure Boot: What We Know So Far

    Ever since it was first brought to light that Windows 8's secure boot mechanism could cause problems for Linux users, speculation has been running rampant as to the exact nature of the difficulties that may arise.

  • News: Mango Arrives with a Wi-Fi Tethering Surprise

    It's here. Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" started rolling out to devices today, and it brought a few surprises along for the ride.

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