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  • News: How We Tested cloud management services

    Abiquo: We installed their virtual appliance from ISO in two VMs on an ESXi server. On the first VM, we selected the Abiquo Server, Abiquo Remote Services, and Abiquo V2V Conversion Services for installation.

  • News: Want to Track Someones Car? More Options Roll Out

    Even though privacy and location tracking recently has been a prickly thorn in the sides of privacy advocates, some companies are embracing the idea of knowing exactly where a vehicle is at all times and how a driver is operating it. This week OnStar, State Farm, and Applus all announced they are taking vehicle tracking to new levels.

  • News: Ink-O-Dem Refill Service: Good Quality, Modest Bargain

    The Ink-O-Dem ink-refilling system has been on my mind for some time. As PCWorld’s Serial Refiller, I’ve been trying refilled and remanufactured black and tricolor cartridges for my HP Photosmart e-All-in-One, assessing their ease of use, output quality, and page yield. So far, all have been somewhat to significantly cheaper than the printer vendor's own cartridges; none, however, have matched the originals in output quality and ease of use, although some have come close.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Droning on

    Wild patents are attacking Google; film at 11! The Magic Mouse is doomed... or is it? And when there's no news, just reprint old rumors with a slight tweak. Plus, who gave a news mogul an unmanned drone? The remainders for Thursday, August 4, 2011 are cleared for takeoff.

  • News: Black Hat: Routers using OSPF open to attacks

    A researcher at Black Hat has revealed a vulnerability in the most common corporate router protocol that puts networks using it at risk of attacks that compromise data streams, falsify network topography and create crippling router loops.

  • News: Samsung fans flock to Galaxy Tab 10.1 launch

    Samsung's 10in Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet goes onsale in the UK today. For now, it's available in a Wi-Fi-only version through Dixons, Currys and PC World stores. Gadget fans particularly keen to get their hands on the Android 3.1 tablet queued up at PC World's Tottenham Court Road store in London yesterday evening where trade was brisk

  • News: TomTom HD Traffic service aims to ease congestion on roads

    TomTom has finally unveiled its HD Traffic service in Australia, promising timely and fresh traffic updates that aim to ease congestion on Australian roads.

  • News: Hands on with the BlackBerry Torch 9850

    RIM has launched five new BlackBerry smartphones, three of which will soon go onsale in the UK. The Torch 9850 is a pure touchscreen device with a 3.7in (480x800-pixel) screen – the largest on a BlackBerry device to date. The 253dpi display, 5Mp camera and 720p video camera are powered by a 1.2GHz processor and 768MB of RAM. Primed with 4GB of internal memory, the Torch 9850’s memory will be expandable by up to 32GB via a microSD card. The handset has Wi-Fi and HSPA+ connectivity and runs BB7 – the brand-new version of the BlackBerry smartphone OS.

  • News: Apple TV now streams purchased TV show, Vimeo videos

    Owners of the second-generation Apple TV can now stream previously purchased TV shows directly from the iTunes Store, as well as watch videos from the popular video-hosting site Vimeo, thanks to a software update released on Monday.

  • News: Juniper's disappointing quarter not due to switching

    No one can blame enterprise switching for Juniper's disappointing second-quarter results. Sales of Juniper's EX switches were up 18% year-over-year, switching overall was up 33%, and enterprise sales were up 9% due to strength in enterprise switching and routing products.

  • News: Canon introduces two new photo printers

    Canon has introduced two new photo printers, the multi-function PIXMA MG5320 Wireless Photo All-In-One and the single-function PIXMA iP4920 Photo Inkjet Printer. Both are targeted to the small office and home markets. Both models also feature upgrades to Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint EX and Full HD Movie Print software.

  • News: Black Hat: Embedded Web servers open printer, scanner security holes

    It's fairly simple to find corporate or consumer printers and scanners online and, without breaking into them, get a hold of documents that these devices recently processed.

  • News: Sony Bloggie 3D MHS-FS3 camcorder hits UK

    Sony has been showing off the Bloggie 3D MHS-FS3 camcorder ahead of its imminent retail launch in the UK. Footage can be shot at 1920x1080p Full HD resolution and displayed on any 3D TV. The Bloggie 3D is one of the first consumer 3D camcorders to launch in the UK.

  • News: Advent Vega 2 coming in September?

    DSGi is gearing up to launch a second version of its Vega Android tablet. The Advent Vega 2 Google Android-based tablet may launch as early as September

  • News: LG gets TOWIE stars to demo Optimus 3D smartphone

    LG has been showing off its Optimus 3D smartphone on a tour around UK cities. Today, the tour arrived at Canary Wharf in London. PC Advisor got an exclusive look

  • News: Cisco injects new life into Catalyst 6500 switch

    Cisco Tuesday took dead aim at HP and its own shrinking profit margins by introducing a major refresh to its venerable Catalyst 6500 Ethernet switching platform.

  • News: GPS group slams LightSquared's new plan

    A group of GPS vendors and users has challenged mobile startup LightSquared's credibility in a response to the company's new plan for a hybrid satellite and LTE mobile network.

  • News: HP announces 'most compact' all-in-one laser printer

    Hewlett-Packard announced its "most compact" multifunction laser printer, which prints documents from smartphones and tablets, the company said Tuesday.

  • News: Six unexpected uses for the Tab key

    Pity the unassuming workhorse of the keyboard: the Tab key. Even the Shift key gets more respect. But just because it’s unpretentious, you shouldn’t assume it does nothing more than adjust indents in a word processor: the Tab key has a few tricks up its metaphorical sleeve. These tricks all work in Snow Leopard and may work in Lion too, unless otherwise noted.

  • News: LightSquared files GPS report and new plan

    LightSquared filed a long-awaited report on possible GPS interference by its planned cellular network to the FCC on Thursday, along with a formal proposal to use a different block of frequencies to prevent those problems.



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