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  • News: Can BI Help Barnes & Noble Beat Amazon in the E-Reader Race?

    Book retailer Barnes & Nobles adds a massive database and improved business intelligence in hopes a smarter sales team will drive Nook past the Kindle

  • News: Matias releases three keyboards that power both your iPhone and Mac

    Matias’s new line of full-sized keyboards aims to provide comfortable iPhone typing without adding more clutter to your workspace—the company unveiled three keyboards that pair to both your Mac and your iPhone at CES this week.

  • News: 5 Useful Laptop Accessories Spotted at CES 2012

    CES isn’t just a parade of giant TVs, razor-thin laptops, or variations of tablets. Accessories for your laptop and other useful peripherals are also making their debut at the electronics show. Here are a few of the most interesting yet useful ones you may be able to get your hands on soon.

  • News: Cisco sending enterprises to the cloud

    In an effort to accommodate enterprise users looking to implement private and hybrid clouds, Cisco in the coming months will unveil an "integrated" WAN routing system of existing, but enhanced, products.

  • News: Zimbabwe's Swav gaining in African handset market

    Despite the increasing number of imported and highly subsidized Chinese-made mobile handsets, Zimbabwe's only phone manufacturing company, Swav, is gaining ground in the African market.

  • News: Microsoft the Sleeper Hit Of CES 2012?

    Microsoft's final Consumer Electronics Show keynote on Tuesday was criticized for not delivering much in the way of interesting news, but the software giant just might be the sleeper hit of CES. Alongside big trends at this year's show such as Smart TVs, new display technologies, apps, and Ultrabooks, new handsets from HTC and Nokia running Microsoft's Windows Phone software are impressing the crowds at CES.

  • News: Home Theater Speakers Getting a Wireless Standard

    Nothing complements a big-screen HDTV like a great 5.1 or 7.1 home theater audio system -- but running wires to connect speakers in all corners of a room can get messy. Wireless speakers address the cable problem, but with no standard in place for wireless home theater audio, you're pretty much forced to buy a complete system from one vendor to be sure everything works.

  • News: Enormous iPod dock weighs in at 900 pounds

    For audiophiles with an extra US$30,000 a new iPod dock pumps out so much bass it'll make your insides shake.

  • News: MakerBot Replicator 3D-Prints Everything Except 'Coffee, Black'

    MakerBot Industries has just announced its next-generation 3D-printer, the MakerBot Replicator. The company will officially introduce the new Replicator at CES on Tuesday to show off its ability to print larger scale objects in two-colors.

  • News: Belkin's N900: A New Router for Use With Games and Video

    Belkin's new N900 is a new Wi-Fi router with that will help you prioritize high-bandwidth activities like games. The company also announced an advanced dock that works with Intel’s high-speed Thunderbolt port.

  • News: Driver Alert: OnStar Opens Its Devices to Third-Party Developers

    OnStar announced Sunday that it will open up its ATOMS cloud platform to selected third-party developers in early 2012.

  • News: Dropcam HD Wi-Fi Camera Lets You Monitor Your Home From Your Phone

    One of the overarching themes we’ve seen in the last year is the mobile-connected automated home. Forgot to turn off a light after you left your house? Switch it off from your phone. Want to adjust your home’s temperature to save on energy bills? There’s an app for that. Want to know what sort of trouble your cat is getting into while you’re on vacation? Dropcam HD, a Wi-Fi camera with a mobile app, uses live and recorded video so you can make sure all is well while you’re away.

  • News: New Samsung Wireless Webcams Offer Social Features and More

    Need a baby monitor or just like to keep an eye on your home while on vacation? Samsung has you covered with their new Wi-Fi enabled IP cameras. These cameras connect to your home router and let you keep tabs on your loved ones and belongings from anywhere with the help of Samsung’s website.

  • News: Pioneer introduces new AirPlay audio receivers

    Pioneer this week introduced two new AirPlay audio systems that can play audio wirelessly from the listener’s iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

  • News: Barnes & Noble may spin off Nook business

    Bookseller Barnes & Noble is considering spinning off its Nook digital business to help it grow, following strong growth in sales of the Nook reader and tablet and digital content in the nine-week holiday period ending Dec. 31.

  • News: Ice Cream Sandwich MIA? Only on 0.6% of Android Devices

    A wave of devices running Google's latest Android flavor, Ice Cream Sandwich, may be expected at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show, but ICS is currently active on just 0.6 percent of all Android devices worldwide. The latest Android distribution numbers are based on Google's count of devices that have accessed the Android Market over a 14-day period that ended Tuesday.

  • News: AT&T settles TiVo patent suit for at least $215 million

    AT&T will pay TiVo at least US$215 million to settle pending patent litigation relating to digital video recorder technology.

  • News: Sprint gives LightSquared more time to win over FCC

    Sprint Nextel has given LightSquared another month to gain FCC approval for its planned 4G network, extending a deal in which LightSquared would use Sprint's Network Vision infrastructure and save an estimated US$13 billion in deployment costs.

  • News: 2012 Tech Outlook: A Look at What's Ahead

    The new year promises we'll see a tech revolution, from smartphones capable of making payments to printers handling Web and e-mail printing with greater ease to the launch of the Windows 8 operating system. Laptops, cameras, and the components in our devices will also improve (supposedly) by leaps and bounds. Here's a rundown of what to expect in 2012.

  • News: US states settle price-fixing claims with LCD makers

    Seven Asian companies have come to a US$553 million settlement with several U.S. states in connection with charges of fixing prices of LCD (liquid crystal display) screens, thus pushing up the prices of computers, television sets and other electronics in which the panels were used.



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