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  • News: Call of Duty Elite: What It Means to You

    Activision revealed pricing and most of the details behind their multiplayer Elite service today. But are the extras worth the cost? GamePro's resident experts weigh in.

  • News: Google puts Desktop app out to pasture

    Google is retiring Desktop, an application it launched in 2004 that is designed to let people search for files and data stored in their computers' hard drives.

  • News: Might & Magic Heroes Kingdoms Entering Third Season

    Web-based Might & Magic Heroes spinoff Kingdoms is entering its third season, bringing with it all new content for both PvE and PvP play.

  • News: Lidpop 1.0.2

    Most of the products I review in Mac Gems are designed, first and foremost, to be useful. But occasionally I come across something that's just plain fun...and if it ends up being a little bit useful, all the better. That's the case for today's Gem, Lidpop.

  • News: KDN launches its new data center

    Kenya Data Networks (KDN) today launched its new data center at the Nairobi based Sameer Business Park. This remote central repository facility will be used to host business information organized around a particular body of knowledge in Kenya.

  • News: Hackers spied on Iranians using fake Google certificate

    About 300,000 Iranians had their Gmail accounts compromised and their messages read by hackers, according to a forensics firm that has investigated the theft of hundreds of digital certificates from a Dutch company.

  • News: Are costly SSDs worth the money?

    With 5,000 employees and 280 branch offices, Associated Bank is a prime example of a medium-sized business with big data demands.

  • News: Apple acts to stop more lost iPhone prototypes

    Apple is taking measures to ensure no further prototype products go missing after news of a lost iPhone 5 handset emerged last week.

  • News: Atari Releasing Official iPad Arcade Stick

    Atari has revealed that it's releasing an official arcade stick to go with the iOS version of its Atari Greatest Hits app.

  • News: Riot Pulls the Plug on League of Legends for Mac

    Riot has decided to put the Mac client for its popular free to play DotA-like League of Legends on hold indefinitely.

  • News: Google Aims to Close Google Maps Loophole

    Google says it's working to keep the virtual lights on for businesses that are being incorrectly labeled as "closed" on Google Maps. The issue was raised in a New York Times article that profiled a handful of businesses that had been temporarily labeled closed on Google Maps, apparently due to what Google product manager Ethan Russell calls "malicious or incorrect labeling."

  • News: Can Tim Cook Fill Jobs' Shoes? Other Heirs to Big CEOs

    Now that Steve Jobs has stepped down as Apple's CEO, it's an understatement to say that his successor, Apple COO Tim Cook, has mighty big shoes to fill. Cook--who Jobs singled out to replace himself--joins an exclusive group of newly appointed tech CEOs who faced the challenge of repeating the phenomenal success of visionary forebears.

  • News: Defence 'market tests' Oracle providers

    Australia’s major Defence intelligence agencies will shortly move to a new direct-source relationship for their Oracle-based hardware, software and services.

  • News: Why the Number of Apps in an App Store Doesn't Matter

    The number of apps a mobile OS racks up in its store these days doesn't mean anything. Yes, you read that right. Contrary to what we've been fed by promoters for the Apple and Android platforms, it turns out that people don't really care how many apps they have to choose from.

  • News: Iconemesis offers iPhone cases with illustrated designs

    New company lets you put art by UK illustrators including Pomme Chan, Stephen Chan and more on your iPhone.

  • News: Mobile apps and security: What you need to know

    A Melbourne-based app developer has spoken about the security pitfalls of smartphone apps, saying that while certain mobile environments are more susceptible to malware, such risks can be eliminated through encryption and using common sense.

  • News: iPad Good Classroom Helper, But Not Textbook Replacement

    Apple’s iPad is increasingly being used in the classroom, but the sleek design and user friendly technology doesn’t necessarily translate into a better education. So, don’t ditch the textbooks just yet.

  • News: OpenText buys Operitel for learning software

    Open Text has purchased Operitel, maker of learning and portal software that is integrated with Microsoft SharePoint, the companies announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: Sony Tablet S to hit UK on September 16

    Sony's first tablet PC, the Tablet S, will be made available through Dixons on September 16.

  • News: Apple's iPhone 5 Launch: Two Competing Theories

    Will iPhone 5 pre-sales begin in late September with an official launch in the first week of October, or will Apple's next smartphone launch mid-to-late October? Bottom line is I don't know and Apple isn't saying a word.



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