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  • News: Google Street View Departs Germany

    Google Street View's torrid affair with Germany is coming to an end. Although Google still plans to aggregate street name data in Germany, it will no longer send out its legions of Street View-equipped vehicles to snap photos of the roadways.

  • News: Epsilon E-Mail Hack: How You Can Protect Yourself

    Most of the time I only hear from my credit card companies when I owe them money or when they want to sell me a new service. That's changed; now I'm being bombarded with notes telling me that a company I never heard of has been successfully hacked and these still unknown bad guys now have my name and e-mail address -- and maybe more.

  • News: Verizon to launch digital media service in July

    Verizon announced a digital media utility service on Monday designed to help advertising, media and entertainment companies automate delivery of on-demand content to consumers on their TVs, smartphones and tablets.

  • News: Larry Page's first blunder

    Eric Schmidt is out at Google. Larry Page is in. I miss Eric already.

  • News: Photoshop for Rent at $35 per Month and Up

    Adobe will start renting Photoshop and other of its flagship products from $35 per month on a subscription basis, the company on Monday announced. The applications will be part of Adobe's new Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5), which is set to arrive in the next 30 days, the company says.

  • News: Internet2 milestones

    Internet2 has been around for 15 years, but it’s roots go back to NFSnet, which was officially turned on in 1986. Here are some other key moments in the history of Internet2.

  • News: Level 3 to acquire Global Crossing in stock deal

    Level 3 announces plans to aquire Global Crossing in an all-stock deal.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Mix and match

    Welcome to another edition of our iPad case roundup, where we scour the deepest recesses of the Internet to bring you the latest protective accessories for your beloved tablet! This week's batch includes some cases that are definitely off the beaten path, some that were designed for the serious iPad owner, and some that are built for maximum protection. As always, there's a little for everyone--tuck in and enjoy!

  • News: Casemod Builds a PC Into a Desk, Looks Awesome

    Laptops can be better than desktops for various reasons--one of them is the lack of cables. How is it that, even if you carefully make sure no wires overlap, you always end up with a tangle of cables with a desktop? Dutch electrician "L3p" also found the messiness of his setup annoying, so created the L3p D3sk, a casemod which hides away cables and uneeded computer parts into a sleek, thin desk, attached to the wall.

  • News: Adobe launches Subscription Editions for Creative Suite 5.5

    While Adobe software engineers were hard at work pushing out brand new mid-cycle upgrades of Creative Suite applications, the business department was trying to figure out a way to make purchasing those professional applications more flexible and affordable for its target audience of artists and designers.

  • News: Photoshop Touch SDK performs new tricks for iPad apps

    With the launch of Adobe's Creative Suite 5.5 upgrade--the debut of a mid-cycle release schedule of its design and development software for creative pros--comes a new twist to Photoshop. Adobe has introduced the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK), which will allow developers to create mobile and tablet applications that interact with its flagship image editor over a Wi-Fi connection.

  • News: First look: Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel, and Adobe Nav

    Feel like playing with your iPad and getting creative in Photoshop? You’re in luck! Adobe has announced a free update to Photoshop CS5 that includes the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK), a new scripting engine that lets developers create tablet applications that interact with Photoshop.

  • News: Level 3 buying Global Crossing in latest telecom blockbuster

    Level 3 Communications has announced plans to buy fellow carrier Global Crossing in a stock deal worth about $1.9 billion that the companies say will bolster their enterprise service offerings.

  • News: Internet2 turns 15. Has it delivered on its promise?

    With nearly $100 million in new funding, Internet2, the faster, better Internet reserved for research and education, has embarked on an upgrade that will boost backbone capacity to a staggering 8.8Tbps and expand services to hundreds of thousands of libraries, schools and medical centers.

  • News: Adobe launches Creative Suite 5.5

    Adobe has launched version 5.5 of its Creative Suite of design and art applications. Users of Photoshop and Illustrator will be disappointed – but there’s a lot to like on the interactive and video side.

  • News: AirPort's AirPlay private key cracked

    The private key used to secure AirPlay wireless media streams has been cracked, enabling third-party hardware and software to play iTunes content.

  • News: Microsoft putting ERP in the Azure cloud

    Microsoft is moving its Dynamics ERP (enterprise resource planning) applications to its Azure cloud platform, the company announced Monday at the Convergence conference in Atlanta. The belated move represents a major change for the way Microsoft sells Dynamics, which has traditionally been sold through partners in on-premises and hosted form.

  • News: Opera unveils webmail service

    Browser developer Opera has made its first webmail service publicly available.

  • News: UK declines to prosecute BT, Phorm over spying software

    After a more than two-year investigation, U.K. prosecutors will not bring a case against BT and an online advertising software company for running secret trials of software that monitored people's Web browsing without their consent.

  • News: Google acquires music sync company PushLife

    Google has acquired Canadian mobile application developer PushLife, the companies said Monday.



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