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  • News: Instapaper 4 sports a new look and new features

    Perennial Macworld favorite Instapaper ( Macworld rated 4.5 out of 5 mice ) scored a shiny coat of paint with Monday’s release of Instapaper 4.0. The app sports a new layout, improved reading modes, more social browsing options, an integrated search option, and a slew of other improvements and bug fixes.

  • News: HP and Dell Ready Windows 8 Tablets for 2012

    PC makers Hewlett-Packard and Dell are turning to Windows 8 as their next tablet operating system, thanks to fierce competition in the Android tablet market spurred most recently by Amazon’s Kindle Fire.

  • News: Microsoft Intune update addresses remote users

    Seeking more medium-sized enterprises as customers, Microsoft has expanded the number of capabilities of its Intune PC subscription management service to address issues of remote management.

  • News: 3 Ways to Save Yourself After a Phishing Attack

    Microsoft and Mozilla are exchanging heated jabs about whose browser is more secure, but your browser can only protect you so much from phishing attacks. Your own brain may be your best defense. Here are three common problems caused by phishing, and how to solve them.

  • News: Google may add to Android with online music store

    Google is reported to be in the process of building an online music store to rival Apple and Amazon's popular services.

  • News: From PHP to Perl: What's hot, what's not in scripting languages

    Scripting languages are the hot technology today for application and Web development -- no longer the backwater afterthought of the early days running in a pokey interpreter. Nor are scripting languages any longer merely the tool used for quick-and-dirty patching (someone once called Perl the duct tape of the Internet, and it stuck so well that Perl lovers wear the label proudly). No, today, scripting languages are popular for "real" programming work. In fact, entire systems and large-scale enterprise-grade projects are built from them.

  • News: Learning to work with Auto Save

    One thing most of us--from novices to seasoned vets--have in common is a story, the one about the time we were working on a file but forgot to hit Save and then something happened and we lost all our changes. Eventually, it happens to everyone.

  • News: US mobile carriers to offer free usage alerts

    Major U.S. mobile carriers will begin offering free usage alerts to customers in an effort to help them avoid surprise charges on their bills, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and a mobile trade group announced Monday.

  • News: Watch out for FOSS advertising

    The appeal of free and open source software is undeniable - after all, who doesn't want to take advantage of OPM (other people's money) to develop a finished software product or platform that would otherwise require long lead times, dedicated programming resources and significant cost?

  • News: Excel 2010 cheat sheet

    Have you come to Microsoft Excel 2010 by way of Excel 2007, or did you skip directly from Excel 2003 or an earlier version? Those in the former group are likely to have a very different upgrade experience from those in the latter group.

  • News: SAP's largest Business ByDesign engagement inked in Canada

    After bringing its on-demand enterprise resource planning (ERP) to the Canadian market in February, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has inked its largest worldwide Business ByDesign win to date right here in Canada.

  • News: Apple's Success is Also Google's Gain as Mobile Advertising Balloons

    Google is smiling as more people snap up smartphones thanks to its advertising prowess, and Apple’s success with the iPhone 4S will further pad the Internet search leader’s bottom line.

  • News: Video Game Uses Brain to Control Action

    Video games often require children to use their hands to control the action, but a new one released by a collaboration that includes an Australian researcher invites kids to use their brains -- literally.

  • 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: RIM offers free apps as an apology for BlackBerry outage

    Research in Motion (RIM) is to give BlackBerry users affected by a four day service outage last week that saw email and messaging services floored, a number of premium apps for free.

  • News: RIM offers free apps, support following outages

    Following last week's major service disruptions, Research in Motion (RIM) is offering free applications and support as compensation, the company said on Monday.

  • News: Congress Targets Amazon's Silk Browser

    Amazon's innovative Silk web browser hasn't left the cocoon yet, but it's already being questioned by members of Congress concerned about online privacy.

  • News: WHSmith take on Kindle Fire with Kobo Touch ereaders

    WHSmith are moving their business away from real high street books and will sell two ebook readers from next week, in partnership with Canadian retailer Kobo.

  • News: Citigroup implements standardised algo trading derivatives engine

    Citigroup is set to implement a workflow management and trade execution platform from Fidessa for its derivatives business globally.

  • News: Up close with iOS 5: Accessibility features

    iOS 5 introduces a wealth of new features that can be used to aid people with visual, aural, and mobility impairments. You'll find these options on the Accessibility setting screen under Settings -> General -> Accessibility.



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