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  • News: Remains of the Day: Number one, with an icon

    Deciphering Apple's intentions is even more challenging than figuring out the Kremlin's, though there's definitely some similarity. Elsewhere, the Thunderbolt Display is ripped to shreds, iTunes movies surface around the world, and is it finally time to bid adieu to some venerable Apple products? The remainders for Wednesday, September 28, 2011 promised themselves they wouldn't cry.

  • News: Are You Going to be Gaming on Your Amazon Kindle Next Year?

    I'll admit that I'm a huge fan of Amazon's Kindle. The battery lasts forever, and after staring at a screen all day, it's a nice way to enjoy an ebook. But, while I may not care about the devices gaming (or other) capabilities, it looks like Amazon may start trying to crowd in on Apple's turf a little more closely.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Player Set to Battle iPod in US

    Samsung's Galaxy Players are coming to the United States to do battle with Apple's iPod Touch. And Apple, I'm guessing, couldn't care less.

  • News: Sony clip-on screen attachment makes Vaio laptops 3D

    Sony said Tuesday it will sell a screen attachment for its Vaio laptops that allows users to view 3D movies and images without glasses.

  • News: Apple Mac Thunderbolt ports will support optical cables

    Thunderbolt ports on Apple's current Macintosh computers will be compatible with upcoming fiber optic cables, which should be ready by next year, an Intel spokesman said.

  • News: Amazon, Barnes & Noble Tablets should be Holiday Stars

    Apple's popular iPad -- the undisputed champ of tablets with nearly three-quarters of the market -- may soon have some serious competition from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

  • News: Canon, Oracle to develop document processing technology

    Canon will work with Oracle to integrate its business copiers and printers with the software giant's database and server products.

  • News: LightSquared to defend project in open letter in newspapers

    LightSquared said late Sunday that it planned to run the next day in major newspapers in the U.S. an open letter explaining its position over the controversy surrounding its LTE (long-term evolution) network, particularly concerns about its interference with GPS (global positioning system).

  • News: Thunderbolt Display a compelling device for MacBook Air

    From most angles, Apple’s new 27-inch Thunderbolt Display looks just like the 27-inch LED Cinema Display ( Macworld rated 3.5 out of 5 mice ) released last year. However, if you take a closer look at what the Thunderbolt Display has to offer, you’ll find a display that’s ideal for owners of the Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Air.

  • News: Need switches? Buy now, report says

    If you're in the market for Ethernet switches, now's the time to buy.

  • News: LightSquared says GPS fix will cost $50-$300

    Satellite-4G carrier LightSquared said Wednesday that gear to prevent interference between its network and precision GPS gear will cost US$50 to $300 per device and it is in talks with the U.S. government about covering the cost of upgrading or replacing all federally-owned devices.

  • News: Nook Heads to Radio Shack as E-reader Battle Looms

    Barnes & Noble ups its ante in a looming e-book battle as tablet makers compete for consumer dollars this holiday shopping season. The bookseller's popular Nook Simple Touch and Nook Color e-readers go on sale at Radio Shack stores starting October 3rd.

  • News: Amazon launches Kindle integration with public libraries

    Amazon on Wednesday announced the launch of its previously-promised Kindle library lending, which will allow Kindle and Kindle app users alike to borrow ebooks from 11,000 local libraries in the United States.

  • News: Poker Site Ran Massive Ponzi Scheme on Players

    Online poker site Full Tilt Poker told its players that their funds were safe, secure, and available for withdrawal. But a U.S. prosecutor says this was a lie--in fact, Attorney Preet Bharara alleges that the players' money was used to finance a "massive Ponzi scheme."

  • News: Canon adds AirPrint support for some Pixma printers

    Wirelessly printing from your iOS device is now a little easier if you own one of a trio of Canon Pixma printers. On Tuesday, Canon announced that three of its all-in-one inkjet photo printers--the Pixma MG 8220, MG6220, and MG5320--have added AirPrint compatibility.

  • News: 'See What You Print' Concept Printer Unveiled

    The future of printers doesn't have to be boring, at least in the eyes of design firm Artefact. The group's concept printer, dubbed "See What You Print," aims to "bring the printer to the 21st century, by stripping it down of its cumbersomeness."

  • News: Remains of the Day: Bolt from the blue

    Apple describes some Thunderbolt limitations, a report suggests you might soon be able to merge multiple Apple IDs, and faux Apple Stores come to an agreement with the real deal. The remainders for Friday, September 16, 2011 are 100 percent completely and utterly genuine.

  • News: First Look: Apple Thunderbolt Display

    The Apple Thunderbolt Display may just be the most clever display ever. Macworld Lab received our new display Friday morning, and we immediately set out to test the new features.

  • News: Cheap Ink and Toner: Solving the Puzzle Behind the Price

    Shopping online for cheap ink or toner--how hard could it be? I’m not talking about buying third-party options--the do-it-yourself refill kits and remanufactured ink cartridges that PCWorld’s Serial Refiller has tried. I shop for the vendor’s own ink or toner cartridges, because I'm trying to get representative selling prices for the consumables of a specific printer I'm reviewing. I go online, I check a handful of national retailers, and I'm done--or so I thought. When I delved a little deeper, I found it takes more than obsessive due diligence and healthy skepticism to get the best deal--not to be confused with the best price.

  • News: Acer, Asus to bring Intel's Thunderbolt to Windows PCs

    Acer and Asustek Computer next year will deliver Windows PCs with Intel's Thunderbolt interconnect, which for a time was available exclusively on Apple's Macintosh computers, Intel said on Wednesday.



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