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University researchers develop 50 gigapixel camera, hope it hits the mainstream in five years

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Gigapixel cameras aren't exactly hot-off-the-presses, but a few wizards at Duke and the University of Arizona may be close to getting that sort of technology into your future point-and-shoot. Reportedly, electrical engineers with gobs of free time and an imagination the size of Coach K's ego have managed to...
University researchers develop 50 gigapixel camera, hope it hits the mainstream in five years
Google CEO Larry Page Shares His Philosophy At I/O: "We Should Be Building Great Things That Don't Exist"
Egnyte pushes hybrid cloud ahead with 5M file server syncing & 25 MB/sec uploads

Apple's iOS and Android are new favorite malware victims

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Cybercriminals are working on more complex schemes to wage attacks on PCs, laptops, and smartphones. A new report shows that every single device that connects to the Internet is in danger. [Read more]...
Apple's iOS and Android are new favorite malware victims

The Consumerization Of IT: 7 Ways To Seize The Business Opportunity

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Guest author Christian Buckley is product evangelism director at Axceler, a designer of collaboration solutions. Users have wrested more control from the information technology department than ever before. Now that they have become tech-savvy in their off-hours, they're demanding work products with the same degree of usability as their...
The Consumerization Of IT: 7 Ways To Seize The Business Opportunity
Dijit launches a web version of its NextGuide app TV utility

Samsung Galaxy S III comes to 28 markets in Europe and Middle East, will go worldwide in July

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Korea electronics giant Samsung has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S III, its much-anticipated new smartphone, has launched in 28 markets across Europe and the Middle East today, with plans to increase that number to 145 worldwide by July, according to Reuters. Today’s wide scale launch is the firm’s largest...
Samsung Galaxy S III comes to 28 markets in Europe and Middle East, will go worldwide in July

Asus unveils dual-OS, dual-CPU Jekyll & Hyde Transformer Book Trio

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At Computex 2013 in Taiwan, Asus has announced the Transformer Book Trio, the "world's first" three-in-one laptop, tablet, and desktop PC (!). To obtain this rather dubious title, Asus has created a single device that runs both Windows (desktop and laptop), and Android (tablet). That's not the weird bit, though:...
Asus unveils dual-OS, dual-CPU Jekyll & Hyde Transformer Book Trio

Gift Guide: Lenovo Yoga 13

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When Lenovo first announced the Yoga in October nobody knew what to think. A laptop that folks over to turn into a big tablet? With Windows 8? Meh. However, after some extensive usage I’ve come away thinking that the Yoga might be the coolest Win8 laptop I’ve used and...
Gift Guide: Lenovo Yoga 13
I backed another Kickstarter: POP big mobile battery

Comedy: YouTube translates Google’s new products

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Google had a giant week, introducing the new Nexus 7 tablet and the Nexus Q streaming media device, and pulling off the most impressive keynote stunt we’ve ever seen in the skies over San Francisco, with skydivers delivering the company’s augmented reality glasses to the stage — with no small...
Comedy: YouTube translates Google’s new products

When It Comes To Media Devices, Being First Never Means Being Best

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Our good buddy Farhad Manjoo writes over at Slate that he believes Microsoft has already beaten Apple at the living room game. Why buy an Apple TV – either in its current form or in some sort of Siri-powered large-screen LCD form (which we’ll call ATV) – when your Xbox...
When It Comes To Media Devices, Being First Never Means Being Best
Xbox One: Microsoft's boldest attempt to unify its services is a game console

Full Review: Sony Xperia ZL

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Described by Sony as a culmination of its greatest technologies, the Xperia ZL is an attempt to bring the company's best offerings together in a single device. In many ways the ZL makes good on this goal, offering a superb display, solid camera, and sleek design. What's even more impressive...
Full Review: Sony Xperia ZL

Bill Gates: "Windows 8 Is Key To Where Personal Computing Is Going"

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Microsoft co-founder and current chairman Bill Gates recently sat down with the editor of Microsoft’s own Next blog Steve Clayton to talk about Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and the Surface tablet. Unsurprisingly, Gates was pretty upbeat about all of the company’s upcoming product and argued that “Windows 8 is...
Bill Gates: "Windows 8 Is Key To Where Personal Computing Is Going"

Sprint Dips Its Toe Into Shared Data Pools

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While Verizon and AT&T have shifted their pitch to focus on sharing data plans across multiple devices, Sprint has remained focused on pitching unlimited data plans tied to a single device. That remains the company’s main pitch, especially for the consumer market. However, the company is testing an offer for...
Sprint Dips Its Toe Into Shared Data Pools

Nokia patent may be keeping multiple accounts off of Android 4.2 phones

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One of the notable features announced with the release of Android 4.2 yesterday was support for multiple users on a single Android device. Google's list of 4.2 features, though, makes it very clear that multiple users is supported only on Android 4.2 tablets, not phones. TechCrunch speculates that the limitation...
Nokia patent may be keeping multiple accounts off of Android 4.2 phones
Samsung Galaxy S III hitting 5 U.S. carriers soon for $200

Blinkx launches its redesigned video search engine, focusing on personalization and social integration

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Last month we reported that video search engine Blinkx was joining Dailymotion Publisher Network (DPN), just after it had announced healthy financials and the launch of a completely new video discovery in open beta. Today, Blinkx is officially launching this new service out of beta at Blinkx.com, and it says...
Blinkx launches its redesigned video search engine, focusing on personalization and social integration

Qualcomm's new radio chip gets us one step closer to a global 4G phone

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As you might the week before Mobile World Congress, there’s a lot of mobile chip news coming out, but on Thursday Qualcomm released a doozey. It unveiled a new radio chip that silicon vendors claims can support all of the world’s LTE bands in a single device, helping to overcome...
Qualcomm's new radio chip gets us one step closer to a global 4G phone

Google Glass crowdsources its internet connection thanks to Open Garden hack

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As Google I/O gets ready to kick off Wednesday, there’s a lot of buzz about what’s in store for Glass, in particular which new apps Google will let onto the so far bare-bones platform. At least one developer, however, is vying for a spot on glass, but not to offer...
Google Glass crowdsources its internet connection thanks to Open Garden hack

Vidyo Takes On Polycom By Launching Browser-Based Telepresence And A $750 Executive Desktop System

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The video conferencing world is ultra-competitive. I know because every time I get on a video conference with someone from a video conferencing company,* all they ever do is tell me about how they’re leading the industry, and how what they’re announcing will change video conferencing forever by making what...
Vidyo Takes On Polycom By Launching Browser-Based Telepresence And A $750 Executive Desktop System

Microsoft Creative Director Defends Always-Online, Insults Customers, Murders Logic...All In One Day!

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Remember that whole SimCity thing, where the always online requirement of the game turned into launch failures, massive backlash, and caused EA/Maxis to lie like it was their job? Yeah, good times. It was almost as if the whole debacle was some kind of how-not-to-do-video-games piece of performance art. Well,...
Microsoft Creative Director Defends Always-Online, Insults Customers, Murders Logic...All In One Day!
Verizon's 'Share Everything' plans are now available

Interactive sheet music app Tonara takes on a $4 million Series A

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Today Tonara announced that it has raised a $4 million Series A round of funding led by Carmel Ventures, and participated in by the investors of its seed round, in which the company raised $750,000 in 2011. Tonara is an iOS application that displays sheet music, and follows users as they...
Interactive sheet music app Tonara takes on a $4 million Series A

VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

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Does DRM stop (or even slow down) piracy? This question's hardly hypothetical. It's been answered with a resounding "no" all over the internet. Of course, it's been argued that DRM was never about piracy prevention, but instead was a vehicle for content owners to control the technology in the...
VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

FAA to revisit the use of certain personal electronics on flights

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Laura J. Brown, deputy assistant administrator for public affairs for the Federal Aviation Administration, told the New York Times the agency will take a “fresh look” at electronics use on planes. Bits Blog writer Nick Bilton called the F.A.A. last week ready to pester them about travelers' inability to...
FAA to revisit the use of certain personal electronics on flights
Apple adopts Audiobus iOS multitasking solution with GarageBand update

DEMO: Sutus lets small businesses set up their IT infrastructure in just a few minutes

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Sutus is one of 65 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Spring 2010 event taking place this week. These companies do pay a fee to present, but our coverage of them remains objective. A company called Sutus wants to deliver most of the technology a small business...
DEMO: Sutus lets small businesses set up their IT infrastructure in just a few minutes

Beyond The Story talks Anne Frank, apps and the evolution of publishing

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'People are spending all their time on a single device, and if they're reading on it, they'll demand more from reading'It's early days for 2013, but one of the most impressive book-apps of the year might just be Anne Frank, a new digital version of the famous diary.Released for iPad...
Beyond The Story talks Anne Frank, apps and the evolution of publishing
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