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  • News: LightSquared vows to keep seeking a GPS solution

    LightSquared said Wednesday it still wants to find a solution to the GPS interference issue that has probably already doomed the fledgling carrier's plans for a nationwide mobile broadband network.

  • News: How to Choose a Router for Your Business

    Buying a router for a business isn't as simple as picking a consumer product with the best ratings from an online merchant or the best price on the shelf at a local electronics superstore. Your company has serious needs, such as supporting scores of users (including guests) on the network, and locking down company data to guard against snoops.

  • News: FCC seeks to kill LightSquared's LTE network plan

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission wants to drop the conditional waiver that could have allowed LightSquared to operate an LTE network in frequencies near the GPS band, potentially killing the carrier's plan to offer a hybrid satellite and cellular mobile data network.

  • News: E-Book Publishers Want Library Borrowing to be Difficult

    In an effort to make library e-book borrowing less convenient, Penguin Group has discontinued over-the-air library book downloads for Kindle users.

  • News: Mandatory GPS for mobile phones proposed

    A discussion document issued through the Ministry of Economic Development on the current and future performance of the emergency-calling system fingers the increasing use of mobile devices and "new" technologies such as voice-over-IP (VoIP) as challenges to the way the system currently operates.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Contradiction in terms

    The white MacBook was still alive, but now it's dead for sure; the Air Force wants a little or a lot of iPads; and one of Steve Jobs's associates told the FBI that he was deceptive and manipulative, but that he would whole heartedly recommend him. The remainders for Thursday, February 9, 2012 are not sure what they believe anymore.

  • News: Feds look beyond LightSquared to set GPS interference standards

    A high-ranking federal official and aviation industry leaders called on Wednesday for rules to prevent future interference with GPS, looking beyond a proposal by would-be hybrid mobile operator LightSquared that may be doomed by broad opposition.

  • News: Canon adds AirPrint support to more all-in-one printers

    With iOS printing in high demand, more and more wireless printers are adding this function to their lineup of standard features. On Tuesday, Canon announced that two new Pixma printer models now have AirPrint compatibility: the MX512 and MX432 Wireless Office All-In-One inkjet printers. These aren't the first Canon printers to feature AirPrint--Canon added AirPrint to three other Pixma all-in-one printers (the MG8220, MG6220, and MG5320) back in September 2011. According to Canon, AirPrint will be available with the majority of Pixma wireless printers launched from this point forward.

  • News: New Juniper routers converge the access net

    Juniper Networks this week has unveiled access routers designed to provide an on-ramp to the service provider network from residential, business and mobile networks.

  • News: Apple updates iBooks Author license, clarifies sales restrictions

    Apple on Friday rolled out a minor update to iBooks Author, its new tool for creating interactive ebooks. Though the 1.0.1 update weighs in at nearly 150MB, Apple says only that it “provides an updated version of the End User License Agreement.” While that hefty piece of legalese helps clarify some of the agreement’s contentious wording, it doesn’t address all the complaints over its restrictions.

  • News: 162,000 sign petition targeting Apple's Chinese factory conditions

    An online petition asking Apple to protect the Chinese workers who make its more popular products has gathered more than 162,000 signatures in just over a week.

  • News: HP takes giant first step into OpenFlow

    HP this week said it is taking its first leap into OpenFlow-enabled network equipment, supporting the standard on 16 of its Ethernet switch products as it attempts to gain a foothold in a market likely to receive significant attention from competitors.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Shoot the moon

    Tim Cook shoots off an email, Donald Trump shoots off his mouth, and the new iPod nano may shoot (not great) pictures. The remainders for Wednesday, February 1, 2011 are taking a shot in the dark.

  • News: Cisco Ethernet switches make big leap to 40/100G

    Cisco this week unveiled significant extensions to both of its major switching lines with the addition of 40/100G Ethernet capabilities.

  • News: Epson expands WorkForce line with three new printers

    Epson introduced three new wide-format printers to its WorkForce line on Tuesday. The printers include all-in-ones WorkForce WF-7520 and WorkForce WF-7510, along with the single-function inkjet Workforce WF-7010. Each offers small businesses and creative professionals high quality wide-format printing and scanning capabilities.

  • News: Expo Notes: Scanner makers have their heads in the Cloud

    Don't believe it when folks say that the Macworld | iWorld show floor was primarily filled with iOS accessories--the community of document scanner makers was quite well represented too. At least seven different companies had scanners on display.

  • News: Expo Notes: HP unveils new LaserJets on show floor

    Silicon Valley stalwart HP, a company with deep roots in the Mac community, has arrived at Macworld | iWorld bearing printer goodies in the form of several new color LaserJets for small offices, home offices, and mid-sized businesses. The company is showing one single-function and two multifunction models on the show floor.

  • News: Apple customers voice mixed reaction to reports of poor working conditions

    Amid renewed reports of poor working conditions at factories making Apple products in China, it's unclear whether customers will demand change.

  • News: 15 worst Internet privacy scandals of all time

    In honor of National Data Privacy Day this Saturday, Jan. 28, we've put together a list of the 15 worst Internet privacy scandals of all time.

  • News: AJA releases Io XT, a Thunderbolt-powered video I/O device

    AJA has released the Io XT, the company’s first Thunderbolt-enabled professional video I/O device.

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