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  • News: Adobe to fix Flash flaw that allows webcam spying

    Adobe is working on a fix for a Flash Player vulnerability that can be exploited via clickjacking techniques to turn on people's webcams or microphones without their knowledge.

  • News: Router Tips to Make Your Wireless Faster

    The router is the technological workhorse of the modern home, bringing Internet to your many devices. A router’s wireless speed is usually a user’s main concern: Unlike wired networks, wireless networks seem to suffer interference from objects in our everyday lives--should the router be above the dryer, or below; next to the microwave, or above? Wireless speeds can also be affected by too many devices sharing the same access point as well. Your device is fighting for limited bandwidth.

  • News: Doxie Go offers wireless scanning to Mac, iOS devices

    Apparent unveiled the Doxie Go, a portable scanner that can wirelessly sync photos, documents, and receipts to your Mac, iOS device, or several online sharing services.

  • News: How do they do IT? eHealth's bleeding edge part 2

    Part two of Computerworld Australia's look at how IT underpins the health sector.

  • News: Is Your Car Tweeting? -- What's Next for Connected Devices

    Imagine having your car text you when it needs a tune-up, or having your electricity meter warn you when your electricity bill is likely to exceed your budget. Ten years ago, this sounded like science fiction, but thanks to recent efforts by the mobile industry organization GSMA and vendors AT&T and Qualcomm, this sort of technology is closer than ever.

  • News: How to Extend the Loan Period of a Borrowed E-Book

    If you subscribe to the belief that rules are made to be broken, read on.

  • News: Hands on with the new iPod nano software

    Since the iPod nano's debut in 2005, Apple has rolled out notable changes to the player's design every fall, almost like clockwork. Yet when Apple updated the iPod line at last week's media event, the most notable thing about the latest iPod nano is that it didn't change--at least not on the outside.

  • News: TomTom Top Gear satnav goes off course

    TomTom has been forced to withdraw from sale the Top Gear-branded satnav it announced only last week. BBC executives are unhappy at the association of TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson with a driving-related product

  • News: Apple TV 4.4 update adds Photo Stream, NHL, and more

    As part of its barrage of updates on Wednesday, Apple bumped the second-generation Apple TV's software to version 4.4, bringing with it support for Photo Stream, AirPlay mirroring, NHL hockey, Wall Street Journal content, and more.

  • News: HP Offers Ink Subscriptions, Magazine Service

    HP doesn't just want to sell you printers, it also wants to sell you ink, its other cash cow. That's why it's offering to send all the ink you need for a monthly fee. And if you're not blowing through your ink cartridges that fast, the company will be happy to commandeer your printer and do it for you with a new "print-to-home" service.

  • News: Criminals Find New Uses for 3D Printing

    3D printers--desktop devices that can print out objects as easily as your home inkjet prints out documents--are getting less expensive and more common every day, and they promise to revolutionize manufacturing in the same way that desktop printing revolutionized publishing.

  • News: Roku releases $50 LT model, adds HBO Go channel

    On Tuesday, Roku introduced a new entry-level model to its streaming video player lineup, and announced the imminent addition of an HBO Go channel for all Roku devices.

  • News: Canon projector makes 80-inch screen from an inch away

    Canon's new projector can produce 80-inch images when positioned an inch away from a screen or wall, it announced on Tuesday.

  • News: Microsoft Kills Zune for Good (Probably)

    After a week of confusion, Microsoft's Zune HD is officially no more.

  • News: Cold Office? Keep Your Mouse Hand Warm with the ValueRays Warm Mouse

    If I was the marketing person for ValueRays, I'd license the catchy Brendan Benson song "Cold Hands, Warm Heart," and tweak it to become, "Cold Hands, Warm Mouse." (Actually, I hate when advertisers ruin songs this way--but this is just such a perfect fit!)

  • News: New Router Array Brings More Wi-Fi to High-Traffic Areas

    If customers or employees often complain that your business’ Wi-Fi is too slow, you aren’t alone as wireless demands have been higher than ever, and don’t show any signs of abating. But solving that problem may not just be about upgrading your wireless routing devices, or analyzing for interference of the signal. Instead, slow Wi-Fi might stem from the fact that customers just have too many devices, and your company needs more wireless access points to help them all get online.

  • News: Trump, Rich Dad's Kiyosaki put twist on e-book marketing

    Donald Trump has trained his eye for promotion on e-books, teaming up with Robert Kiyosaki, author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad," in a new twist on the traditional book-signing ceremony for newly published works.

  • News: New Kindle with Special Offers E-book Feature: Remove Ads for $30

    Kindle buyers no longer have to decide right away whether they want the ad-free or ad-subsidized version of the e-reader, because Amazon is including an option to remove Kindle ads later.

  • News: FCC tells retailers to stop selling mobile phone jammers

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has issued warnings to 20 online retailers selling illegal mobile phone jammers, GPS jammers, Wi-Fi jammers and other signal jamming devices, the agency said Wednesday.

  • News: Apple Announces New iPod Lineup, New Ultra-Thin iPod Touch

    Apple's iPhone isn't the only piece of hardware getting a refresh today, as the entire iPod lineup is also shifting around for new designs and price points.



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