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Review: Parallels Desktop 8 vs. VMware Fusion 5

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When Apple switched to Intel processors, Windows switchers as well as Mac users who needed to run the occasional Windows app rejoiced. That's because the chip switch was soon followed by the release of virtualization software that would let those users run Windows as if it were just another...
Review: Parallels Desktop 8 vs. VMware Fusion 5

On the road: Skoda Citigo Se 1.0 60PS Manual

www.guardian.co.uk
It's so similar to the VW up! and Seat Mii, it's hard to think of anything to say. And that's no jokeRemember the jokes? How do you double the value of a Skoda? Why do Skodas have heated rear windows? What do you call a Skoda with a sunroof? Etc....
On the road: Skoda Citigo Se 1.0 60PS Manual

T-Mobile's iPhone 5 will differ from the pack

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At long last, T-Mobile will sell it's own iPhone 5, but there are a few differences between this version and the iPhone on other carriers. [Read more]...
T-Mobile's iPhone 5 will differ from the pack

How GEMA Is (Still) The Worst 'Collective Rights' Organization In The World

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We've discussed GEMA's antagonistic attitude towards, well, pretty much everyone other than itself. In addition to turning the German YouTube experience into a farcical collection of "Sorry" faces and demanding fees for music it doesn't even control, GEMA has also been in the news due to its rollout of...
How GEMA Is (Still) The Worst 'Collective Rights' Organization In The World
Dark Horse to adapt original 'The Star Wars' script into comic series

Former Wired Editor Thomas Goetz Takes EIR Role At Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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Thomas Goetz, the former executive editor at Wired Magazine who stepped down after more than a decade at the trailblazing tech publication late last year (weeks after the departure of longtime Wired chief editor Chris Anderson), will announce today that he has taken on two new roles — keeping one...
Former Wired Editor Thomas Goetz Takes EIR Role At Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Google Calendar for Android becomes stand-alone app

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Google has historically broken out preloaded Android apps like Gmail and Maps as stand-alone titles so that they don't have to be upgraded in lock-step with the main OS, but its Calendar app typically hasn't had that privilege. The isolation ends with a newly distinct Google Calendar that's treated...
Google Calendar for Android becomes stand-alone app
CloudOn completes its mobile invasion, puts Microsoft Office on Android phones

Motorola RAZR i review: Intel's 2GHz processor in a small, Android ICS package

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More Info Motorola and Intel hold hands for multi-year, multi-device partnership Motorola announces Intel-powered RAZR i, launches in Europe next month Motorola's RAZR i: benchmarking Intel's first 2GHz Medfield smartphone If you're getting a serious dose of déjà vu, we're right there with you. The RAZR i is a...
Motorola RAZR i review: Intel's 2GHz processor in a small, Android ICS package

Guy Who Copied Digg Slams Digg For Copying Twitter

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One of the founders of Reddit, a Digg-clone, openly criticized Digg founder Kevin Rose yesterday for his plans to implement “me-too” features into the new version of the service. We consider this to be absurd and rather impolite. Yesterday we discovered a video showing some of the features of the...
Guy Who Copied Digg Slams Digg For Copying Twitter
Intel debuts Clover Trail for tablets, launches new Atom Inside brand
Kickstarter UK will launch on October 31st

HTC Windows Phone 8X for AT&T: what's different?

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We recently reviewed the global (HSPA+) version of HTC's Windows Phone 8X, the first handset to cross our desks running Microsoft's newly minted mobile OS. Starting today you'll be able to purchase HTC's 8X for AT&T, which features the same exquisite design but adds LTE and a dash of...
HTC Windows Phone 8X for AT&T: what's different?

Canon does variations on a theme with PowerShot A-series cams

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Six new entry-level point-and-shoots with very few differences between them....
Canon does variations on a theme with PowerShot A-series cams

How GEMA Is (Still) The Worst 'Collective Rights' Organization In The World

www.techdirt.com
We've discussed GEMA's antagonistic attitude towards, well, pretty much everyone other than itself. In addition to turning the German YouTube experience into a farcical collection of "Sorry" faces and demanding fees for music it doesn't even control, GEMA has also been in the news due to its rollout of...
How GEMA Is (Still) The Worst 'Collective Rights' Organization In The World

iPhone 5S already? Possible pics leak

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Pictures of the next-generation iPhone have already surfaced, but show few differences on the exterior of the device. [Read more]...
iPhone 5S already? Possible pics leak
Here comes Boxee TV: A $99 box with over-the-air TV and cloud DVR

13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Once Again Shows Up in Benchmarks

www.macrumors.com
Exactly one month ago, we noted the presence of a "MacBookPro10,2" entry in the Geekbench results database, suggesting that a 13-inch version of the Retina MacBook Pro is indeed in the works, as has been rumored for October. In comparison, the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro carries a "MacBookPro10,1" identifier, while...
13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Once Again Shows Up in Benchmarks

RIM gets patent for logic-based text prediction, BlackBerry 10 keyboard now preserved for the ages

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For those of us who aren't fans of swipe gestures, the highlight of BlackBerry 10 is undoubtedly a unique keyboard that's often a step ahead of its user. It's a good thing for this last camp that RIM was just granted the final version of a related patent for...
RIM gets patent for logic-based text prediction, BlackBerry 10 keyboard now preserved for the ages

Teardown of New Mid-2013 MacBook Air Reveals Smaller SSD, Increased Battery Capacity

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The teardown experts at iFixit have just taken apart the new 13-inch Mid-2013 MacBook Air that was announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote yesterday, and while there aren't too many drastic changes in the internals there are a few differences that are worth noting. The team found that the...
Teardown of New Mid-2013 MacBook Air Reveals Smaller SSD, Increased Battery Capacity

Apple's MacBook Air 13″: The perfect ultrabook (review)

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In the constant cycle of tablet and smartphone news, the seemingly minor upgrade to Apple’s MacBook Air barely made headlines. That’s not really surprising, especially after the announcement of the Retina ready MacBook Pro. A next generation Intel CPU and graphics processor, USB 3.0 ports, and more flash storage...
Apple's MacBook Air 13″: The perfect ultrabook (review)

ET deals: $400 off Alienware M17x quad-core gaming laptop

www.extremetech.com
PC gaming has a long and storied history. As a young computer geek, I remember drooling over the full-page color ads found in PC magazines (like ExtremeTech) back in the day. Names like Falcon, Voodoo, and Alienware dominated the pages, with price tags that made you take a deep breath...
ET deals: $400 off Alienware M17x quad-core gaming laptop
The BGR Show: Episode 2 – iOS 6 walkthrough and Samsung Galaxy S III review

Video look at Acer's $199 C7 Chromebook: Not bad!

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Google and Acer launched a new Chromebook earlier this week and there are a few differences compared to prior versions of Chrome OS laptops. For starters, the Acer C7 is the lowest price device in this class yet at just $199. And unlike all other Chromebooks, this one has a...
Video look at Acer's $199 C7 Chromebook: Not bad!

Orange Santa Clara packs Intel power, we go hands-on at MWC 2012

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Hot on the heels of Intel's big event, we've finally got our hands on Orange's Medfield smartphone. The Santa Clara is powered by the Intel Atom Z2460 1.6GHz processor, clocked at 1.6GHz. It does have 2011's Gingerbread kind of Android, but Orange is promising to bring ICS to the...
Orange Santa Clara packs Intel power, we go hands-on at MWC 2012
Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active is official and ready when you are

Fourth-gen iPad back in stock; India out of iPhone 5

www.electronista.com
Wi-Fi models of the fourth-generation iPad are now listed as "in stock" at Apple's US and Canadian online stores, checks show. Before its November 2nd launch the hardware switched to a one-week delay, and more recently times were reduced to between 3 and 5 business days. The latest development suggests...
Fourth-gen iPad back in stock; India out of iPhone 5

Could former Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo take a suffering T-Mobile private?

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The U.S. telecom industry’s globetrotting and controversial CEO Sol Trujillo may be returning home, not to head up a U.S. operator but to buy one. Trujillo, who formerly headed up baby Bell US West, France Telecom’s Orange and Australia’s Telstra, now has his eyes on T-Mobile USA and has approached...
Could former Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo take a suffering T-Mobile private?

Samsung Galaxy Note II for T-Mobile review

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More Info Samsung Galaxy Note II (N7100) review Samsung Galaxy Note II (T-Mobile) hands-on Samsung Galaxy Note II (AT&T) hands-on The Samsung Galaxy Note II is coming to America, and unlike its predecessor, it's not being as quiet about the move. In a completely unprecedented feat, the mammoth smartphone...
Samsung Galaxy Note II for T-Mobile review

And the most in-demand tech skills of 2012 are …

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One way to find out what skills will be in highest demand this year is to look at job posts. I decided to analyze recent Craigslist San Francisco Bay Area job ads. It’s a good proxy for the local demand. The Bay Area is often a trend setter, and technologies...
And the most in-demand tech skills of 2012 are …
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