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Apple seeds iCloud Control Panel 2.0 beta for Windows, adds Shared Photo Streams
Early 64-bit MacBook Pros, Airs get shafted on OS X Mountain Lion upgrade

Here's A Step-By-Step Guide To Jailbreaking Your iPhone Or iPad (AAPL)

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The day has finally come where we can now jailbreak iPhones and iPads running the latest operating system, iOS 6. That means iPhone 5 and iPad Mini owners can jailbreak for the first time. Jailbreaking gives you access to a special app store called Cydia, which is full of alternative...
Here's A Step-By-Step Guide To Jailbreaking Your iPhone Or iPad (AAPL)

Valve updating select Steam games with system requirements for Linux users

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Linux for Steam might not be ready for mass consumption just yet, but we're now able to get an idea of what system requirements will be for some of the platform's games. Valve has updated select titles with Tux-friendly specifications. While some games don't appear to require a specific...
Valve updating select Steam games with system requirements for Linux users

Skaeda.com - Web App For Bookmarking

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You will find Skaeda a very useful web app for managing internet bookmarks. It lets you save and organize them from any browser connected to the internet, with no special system requirements or other conditions.Read moreLearn more about Skaeda.com in Dataopedia.comFind out how much Skaeda.com is worth with Stimator.comHave a...
Skaeda.com - Web App For Bookmarking
Bummer: Many older Macs can’t run OS X Mountain Lion

Week in Apple: mastering music for iTunes, Mountain Lion on old Macs, and more

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In the last week, our top Apple news included a feature on remastering music for iTunes, as well as coverage on why Mountain Lion will only work with some 64-bit Macs. We also discussed some recent iPad rumors, an allegedly "leaked" Microsoft Office iPad app, a new variant on...
Week in Apple: mastering music for iTunes, Mountain Lion on old Macs, and more

Thousands of Apps Won't Work on New Low-end Windows Phones

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Microsoft said it has found 5 percent of Windows Phone apps that won't work on devices that adhere to the new system requirements the company released for......
Thousands of Apps Won't Work on New Low-end Windows Phones

Here’s what Windows Phone handsets running Tango won’t be able to do

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By now you must know about Tango, a coming update to the Windows Phone smartphone line that will lower its minimum system specifications. By doing so, Tango will allow for cheaper handsets to be built, opening new markets for the platform. More markets, in theory, means more sales. Consider Tango...
Here’s what Windows Phone handsets running Tango won’t be able to do

How to optimize Windows 8 on old hardware

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Microsoft has made a point of advertising the performance enhancements and optimizations being made to Windows 8. Although Windows 7 was well received and typically offered better performance and stability than its much-maligned predecessor, Windows Vista, Microsoft had some loftier goals in mind for the jump to Windows 8....
How to optimize Windows 8 on old hardware
Survey suggests 53% of Windows 8 users still prefer Windows 7

Skype replaces P2P supernodes with Linux boxes hosted by Microsoft

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Microsoft has drastically overhauled the network running its Skype voice-over-IP service, replacing peer-to-peer client machines with thousands of Linux boxes that have been hardened against the most common types of hack attacks, a security researcher said. The change, which Immunity Security's Kostya Kortchinsky said occurred about two months ago,...
Skype replaces P2P supernodes with Linux boxes hosted by Microsoft

LaCie announces $199 Thunderbolt to eSATA Hub: Connect up to 12 eSATA drives

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This slideshow requires JavaScript. LaCie announced a new product for Thunderbolt users today that might drop the price of getting drives on the fast new standard.  The eSATA Hub Thunderbolt™ Series is a $199 Thunderbolt pass through that allows you to connect 2 eSATA drives to your Mac through the speedy...
LaCie announces $199 Thunderbolt to eSATA Hub: Connect up to 12 eSATA drives

Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

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We answer questions about Mountain Lion system requirements, the Thunderbolt Display, and more. [Read more]...
Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

Multiple monitors on Windows 8 Release Preview: better, but still rough

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Windows 8 Release Preview Windows 8 Store: A good start, but can it top Apple's App stores? Refining the recommended system requirements for Windows 8 Windows 8 Release Preview is here a day early The Consumer Preview of Windows 8 had a number of rough edges in its user...
Multiple monitors on Windows 8 Release Preview: better, but still rough

Firefox for Android beta adds per-tab private browsing, home screen shortcuts, support for 25m more phones

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Firefox 19 was released released less than a week ago, but already Mozilla has made a new Firefox for Android beta available. This new release adds per-tab private browsing, customizable home screen shortcuts, and support for 25 million more phones. Per-tab private browsing is of course the biggest new feature....
Firefox for Android beta adds per-tab private browsing, home screen shortcuts, support for 25m more phones

Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium review

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It feels like we've been talking about Office 2013 for a while now -- we first previewed the software back in July, and it's been available as a free beta download ever since. Today, though, it's launching in a more formal way: the final version of Office 2013 is...
Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium review
Great apps for Release Preview: third-party Metro apps in Windows 8

$15 Windows 8 upgrades available from Microsoft through January 2013

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Windows 8 Release Preview Multiple monitors on Windows 8 Release Preview: better, but still rough Windows 8 Store: A good start, but can it top Apple's App stores? Refining the recommended system requirements for Windows 8 Windows 8 Release Preview is here a day early Microsoft's anticipated $14.99 Windows...
$15 Windows 8 upgrades available from Microsoft through January 2013

RIM Says BlackBerry 10 Has Landed at Carriers for Testing

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Research in Motion has delivered its next line of smartphones to more than 50 carriers, who are now testing the devices for certification. Typically, the "lab entry" of a new phone -- distributing it to carriers so they can test that it meets their system requirements -- is a fairly...
RIM Says BlackBerry 10 Has Landed at Carriers for Testing

Ubuntu and Unity, Google reCAPTCHA hacked, and Flame spy malware

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The tech world was abuzz with the Release Preview of Windows 8 showing up a day early, but that wasn't all we talked about this week. Some really hard-to-detect malware, an Ubuntu review, and some impressive CAPTCHA hacking captured readers' attention as well. Here are the top stories from our Technology...
Ubuntu and Unity, Google reCAPTCHA hacked, and Flame spy malware

Metro Madness: Ars OpenForum installs Windows 8 Release Preview

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Enlarge / The Windows 8 Release Preview is now in users' hands. What will it do for the Windows platform? Image by ticoneva It’s been quite the week for Microsoft’s Windows 8. The Windows 8 Release Preview landed a day early, and eager users began installing the update. Here...
Metro Madness: Ars OpenForum installs Windows 8 Release Preview
Windows 8: system requirements for the Consumer Preview

What's keeping Mountain Lion off of some 64-bit Macs? Ars investigates

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The system requirements for the OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) developer preview released last week indicated that quite a few "modern," 64-bit capable Macs would not be able to upgrade to the new OS. How Apple determined the cutoff still remains fuzzy, but according to our research, we believe...
What's keeping Mountain Lion off of some 64-bit Macs? Ars investigates

Internet Explorer 10: embedded Flash, Do Not Track, and stable standards

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Windows 8 Release Preview Great apps for Release Preview: third-party Metro apps in Windows 8 $15 Windows 8 upgrades available from Microsoft through January 2013 Multiple monitors on Windows 8 Release Preview: better, but still rough Windows 8 Store: A good start, but can it top Apple's App stores?...
Internet Explorer 10: embedded Flash, Do Not Track, and stable standards
Google rolls out Android PDK with an eye to fixing fragmentation issues

Thousands of apps won't work on new Windows Phones

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Microsoft said it has found 5 percent of Windows Phone apps that won't work on devices that adhere to the new system requirements the company released for low-end phones....
Thousands of apps won't work on new Windows Phones
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