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  • News: RolePlayers' Realm VI: The Witcher 2 & Final Fantasy XIII-2

    Kat, Jason and special guest Kevin VanOrd settle in to discuss what some are already calling the best RPG of the year. Also: Richard from Japan stops by to chat about Pandora's Tower and Final Fantasy XIII-2!

  • News: Syria drops off the Internet amid turmoil

    Syria appears to be thelatest Middle eastern government to shut down access to the internet due to civil unrest.

  • News: PSN Welcome Back Available Today

    PSN is back, and Sony is understandably excited about this. You probably just want your free stuff, though, and now it's there for the taking.

  • News: Bugs & Fixes: Solve (Adobe CS5) print problems

    Adobe recently acknowledged a print-related bug affecting some users of Adobe Creative Suite 5 applications, especially Photoshop: When you click the Printer Settings button, nothing happens; the Printer dialog does not appear. The Adobe support article implies that the bug is restricted to Epson printers and occurs only if you have chosen "Printer Manages Color in Adobe Photoshop's Print dialog box" (which I believe is the default option). According to Apple, the symptom is most likely to appear if you have just changed printers via the Printer pop-up menu.

  • News: Car crashes into Apple Store in robbery attempt

    Details of a bizarre and ultimately unsuccessful attempted robbery on an Apple Store in North Carolina have emerged.

  • News: Google: Five data center energy saving ideas you can implement

    When it comes to saving data center energy few companies would have the expertise of Google, which has some of the largest data centers in the world. It has or is experimenting with some interesting ideas to cool data centers more efficiently as well - it will soon open a seawater-cooled data center in Finland for example.

  • News: E3 Insider Launches

    Looking for the latest E3 info in real time? Be sure to check out E3Insider.com, the "virtual event experience" that provides you with all the hottest E3 news.

  • News: Star Trek Coming Summer 2012

    Paramount has announced that there's a new Star Trek game coming to 360, PS3 and Windows, featuring hot Kirk-Spock co-op action.

  • News: OnLive Gets Connected with Facebook

    Cloud gaming service OnLive has expanded its social options with new Facebook connectivity. The company will be showing off more goodies at E3, too.

  • News: External disk storage shipments increase 46% in Q1

    Worldwide external disk storage systems posted double-digit growth for the fifth consecutive quarter in the first three months of 2011, according to IDC.

  • News: iCloud: 5 Essential Features

    Nobody knows for sure what Apple has in store Monday when it introduces, iCloud, the company's newest cloud service offering.

  • News: How Windows 8 Will Challenge Enterprise IT

    Windows 8 will work on more devices, which will create complications for enterprises as the consumerization of IT gathers steam. The major challenges: hardware and application incompatibility and Windows upgrade fatigue.

  • News: Airtel signs network expansion pact with Huawei

    Taking a page from its India strategy, Telecom giant Bharti Airtel has signed a US$150 million agreement with Chinese technology company Huawei to expand its second and third generation (2G and 3G) network infrastructure in Africa.

  • News: Antivirus Vendors Pounce on Mac Malware Scare

    Coincidence or not, a pair of antivirus software makers are offering new products at a time when Mac malware is making headlines.

  • News: Apple developer's conference: What to expect for iOS, cloud services

    Apple this week sketched out the main announcements for the company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference, which starts Monday in San Francisco. It's all about software, but many of the details are still not known, so there's plenty of speculation.

  • News: $250k Social Innovation Fund Launched in Pakistan

    The Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT & ITES (P@SHA) officially launched a $250,000 fund to drive Social Innovation in the country to support the development of innovative ideas and solutions developed by the youth which can tackle urgent social and community challenges. "All they need is for someone to work with them to fine-tune and thrash out the ideas and a limited amount of capital to get the ideas off the ground," said Jehan Ara, President of P@SHA.

  • News: Battle over EU flight passenger data rages on

    Digital rights organizations have hit out at new agreements to transfer information about flight passengers in Europe to the United States and Australia.

  • News: More than E-mail at Stake in Google Gmail Attack

    There is a lot of talk--and diplomatic tension--this week related to reports that attacks originating from China have breached Google Gmail accounts, including those of senior US government officials. The focus is on e-mail, and whether or not e-mail accounts were hacked, but a breached Gmail account is a much bigger prize than just the e-mail account it is attached to.

  • News: Lulz Boat Hacks Sony's Harbor: FAQ

    The hacker group LulzSec made good on its recent promise to embarrass Sony by compromising the personal information of 1 million users of SonyPictures.com. The latest Sony hack is another black eye for a company that only recently recovered from the hack against Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation Network and Qriocity music service in April.

  • News: Mulberry bags improved multi-channel strategy

    British fashion brand Mulberry is attempting to boost its ecommerce site with improved tech capabilities.



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