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  • Video: Sony factory deals with tsunami damage

    Sony's Sendai Technology Center still recovering

  • News: Tons of mud, debris hamper Sony's tsunami recovery

    A crane lifts a huge clump of mud and drops it into a truck. Moments later another truck rolls by carrying the remains of a mangled car. This is the scene at Sony's Sendai Technology Center on the afternoon of April 1, three weeks to the day since a tsunami washed through the area.

  • News: Federal Grand Jury Investigates Smartphone Privacy

    A federal grand jury may be looking into the privacy practices of smartphone applications such as Pandora Internet Radio for iPhone and Android devices. Pandora recently revealed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it was asked to hand over documents to the investigative body. The company was told it was not a target of the investigation and said it believes other smartphone app publishers received similar subpoenas.

  • News: The week in iPad cases: Special weekday edition

    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: come one, come all, to the wonderful world of iPad cases! The flood of new-product announcements spurred by the introduction of the iPad 2 doesn’t seem to be letting up any time soon, but don’t worry—your faithful Macworld staff is rounding up the latest arrivals for your reading pleasure. It’s all in this special weekday version of our iPad case roundups.

  • News: Epsilon E-Mail Breach: 4 Unanswered Questions

    A data breach at e-mail marketer Epsilon, the sort of company that doesn't usually make the tech headlines, has put at risk millions of users, security experts have warned. Customers of big companies such as Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, Target and Walgreens were affected, and now may be at increased risk of e-mail swindles.

  • News: Most IT managers plan to adopt cloud storage

    Fifty-seven percent of CIOs and storage administrators plan to adopt cloud storage -- first for email, then front office applications and finally for backup data -- according to a survey released this week.

  • News: 10 Must-Have Downloads for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

    Your favorite social network--whether it's Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or something else--is probably pretty capable on its own. After all, you likely spend plenty of time there already. But with the right app or add-on, your go-to social networks can become even better. Here are several apps, both desktop- and cloud-based, that will allow you to get more out of Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter. They'll help you save time, share more content, and connect with new people in new ways.

  • News: NBN to boost Aussie film industry

    Australia’s film industry could dramatically increase its competitiveness through the National Broadband Network (NBN), according to Tony Clark, chairman at South Australian digital animation studio Rising Sun Pictures.

  • News: Windows 8 to Feature Immersive Browsing, PDF Reader

    More goodies have dropped from the blog that brought us photos of the Windows 8 welcome screen and the Windows Explorer ribbon. Namely, "Immersive browsing" and a Microsoft PDF reader called "Modern Reader."

  • News: iPad 2 UK supply shortages ease

    Here's some good news for UK customers eager to get their hands on the Apple iPad 2: supply shortages seem to be easing.

  • News: SugarCRM buys Lotus Notes tools, cozies up to IBM

    SugarCRM acquires vendor of customer relationship management software for IBM Lotus Notes, and adds social CRM features for iPad and other devices

  • News: Poll: 57% still use a mouse pad with their PC

    A PC Advisor poll of 602 visitors to the site found that more than half (57.1 percent) continue to use mouse pads or mats.

  • News: AT&T hikes iPhone early upgrade prices

    AT&T has confirmed that it will boost the price of iPhone upgrades by $50 for customers that haven't reached the end of their contracts starting on Sunday.

  • News: The five best free security software utilities

    We've got five of the best security utilities that'll help keep you safe when using your machine. And even better... they're free!

  • News: iPad 2 UK availability improves

    Apple's shortages of the iPad 2 seem to have eased, with shipping times in the online Apple Store now listed as two to three weeks.

  • News: AVG launches LiveKive online backup service

    AVG has made its online back-up service available to all web users.

  • News: BT 'upgrading copper network to offer 20Mbps'

    BT has revealed it plans to upgrade the UK's existing copper network so it can offer speeds of up to 20Mbps to 80 percent of the country by the end of 2011.

  • News: AVG launches LiveKive online backup service

    AVG has made its online back-up service available to all web users.

  • News: AMD Llano laptops coming this quarter

    Laptops and desktops with AMD's A-series chips will become available from PC makers this quarter, the company's CEO said on Monday.

  • News: Wozniak: Tablet is the PC for 'normal people'

    Tablets are the culmination of what Steve Jobs wanted to create at Apple from the beginning, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said Monday.



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