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Mac Pro users clamor for hardware upgrade

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Ardent users are clamoring for quick upgrades to Apple's Mac Pro, while an unstable hardware timetable for the high-end desktop has raised concerns about the company's commitment to professional users....
Mac Pro users clamor for hardware upgrade

Xbox 360 / PS3 / Wii disc changer shown at E3, creators say next-gen version planned

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Physical media might lend itself well to the used games market (well, usually), but it does have a distinct disadvantage over digital purchases: you still have to get up and change that disc. It's a minor annoyance, but apparently enough of one to spark the creation of the Exeo...
Xbox 360 / PS3 / Wii disc changer shown at E3, creators say next-gen version planned

At Long Last, PlayBook OS 2.0

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First announced at the Consumer Electronics Show this past January, the 2.0 verison of Research in Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook OS is nearly ready for launch. RIM Senior Brand Manager Jeff Gadway assures PC Magazine that the company is sticking to its promised timetable for the update and will ship it...
At Long Last, PlayBook OS 2.0

Facebook Messenger allows sign-ups with just a name and phone number on Android devices

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Facebook Messenger might as well be as ubiquitous as SMS text messaging for some, but there's a catch to getting everyone to agree: despite there being over a billion Facebook users, not everyone is able (or willing) to fire up a social networking profile to get started. Some of...
Facebook Messenger allows sign-ups with just a name and phone number on Android devices

Facebook Users Will Soon “Like” a Page to Become a Fan, not “Become a Fan”

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Facebook is changing some terminology around how people become fans of its Pages product, a move that could be somewhat confusing but has apparently worked well in the company’s tests. “People will soon connect with your Brand Pages by clicking ‘Like’ rather than ‘Become a Fan,” the company recently began...
Facebook Users Will Soon “Like” a Page to Become a Fan, not “Become a Fan”

University of Michigan's GapSense may help WiFi harmonize with wireless neighbors

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WiFi is an unintentional bully in the wireless world: as it has to be powerful and respond quickly, it tends to drown out less demanding protocols like Bluetooth and ZigBee. The University of Michigan's GapSense software could have the format finally learning to play well with others. By instituting...
University of Michigan's GapSense may help WiFi harmonize with wireless neighbors

Microsoft breaks silence, slates preview of Windows 7's IE10 next month

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Microsoft today said it will ship a preview of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7 next month, but would not commit to a timetable for a final release....
Microsoft breaks silence, slates preview of Windows 7's IE10 next month

Zynga's Mark Pincus: Real-Money Gambling Coming In First Half Of 2013

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Zynga has talked about its move into real-money gaming (namely, online gambling) in the past, but today CEO Mark Pincus offered a timetable, of sorts — “subject to licensing approvals,” he said we should see Zynga’s first products in this field in the first half of 2013. “What we’ve said,...
Zynga's Mark Pincus: Real-Money Gambling Coming In First Half Of 2013

Clearwire sees wholesale revenues dip, LTE delays as it posts a $41.3 million net loss in Q3

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Clearwire's figures show that the network it isn't cool to love will be making placating faces at its bank manager for yet another quarter. It pulled in revenues of $313.9 million for the three month period, but with business costs (and depreciation) clocking in at $646.7 million, the company...
Clearwire sees wholesale revenues dip, LTE delays as it posts a $41.3 million net loss in Q3

Apple Seeds OS X 10.7.5 Build 11G15 to Developers

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Following yesterday's news that Apple was preparing to begin seeding versions of OS X 10.7.5 to developers, the first of those developer seeds has now been released. This first version arrives as Build 11G15 and asks testers to focus their efforts on the following areas:- Graphics performance and quality -...
Apple Seeds OS X 10.7.5 Build 11G15 to Developers

Bell Android 4.0 list has HTC, Samsung done by June

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Canadian wireless carrier Bell appears to have established an Android 4.0 update timetable for several of its handsets. A alleged internal memo posted by Mobilesyrup suggests the carrier has set June as a target for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 8.9 and HTC's Sensation and Raider smartphones.......
Bell Android 4.0 list has HTC, Samsung done by June

Opera WebKit-based browser hands-on

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Think Opera is content at 300 million? That would be a rather silly notion for any company, of course, and naturally the browser is bumping up its efforts by making the jump to WebKit. This move will make Opera even more tempting for Android (phone and tablet) users who...
Opera WebKit-based browser hands-on

Apple publishes support page for Flashback malware, is working on a fix

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After the Flashback / Flashfake Mac trojan was exposed by Russian site Dr. Web, Apple has finally responded by publishing a support page about the issue and promising a fix. If you haven't heard by now, the malware exploits a flaw in the Java Virtual Machine, which Oracle pushed...
Apple publishes support page for Flashback malware, is working on a fix

Pitched By A Dog Named Mitzi, Fings For Fido Wants To Be The BarkBox Of Europe

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The technology industry has gone barking mad. Last week I got pitched by a dog named Mitzi. “We are Europe’s BarkBox“, yapped the excitable dachshund, before explaining that UK-based Fings For Fido is a subscription service where each month dog owners are sent a box of “canine goodies”, such as...
Pitched By A Dog Named Mitzi, Fings For Fido Wants To Be The BarkBox Of Europe

Motorola updates its Jelly Bean timetables, puts key upgrades in Q1 2013

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Now that Verizon's most recent Droid RAZR family has had its taste of Jelly Bean, it's time for Motorola to shift focus to the rest of the devices that have made the cut for the upgrade -- and it's doing just that with an updated timetable for the rollout....
Motorola updates its Jelly Bean timetables, puts key upgrades in Q1 2013

China to Issue 4G Licenses Within Around One Year

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China plans to issue 4G licenses for LTE TDD networks within around one year, according to a top government official, speeding up the original timetable for......
China to Issue 4G Licenses Within Around One Year

Ofcom outlines 4G bid timetable

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New 4G mobile services in the UK could beup and running by next June, under a timetable set out by communications regulator Ofcom....
Ofcom outlines 4G bid timetable

A Timetable For War

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A Timetable For War

Toshiba goes perpendicular to solve MRAM's power issues, rethink cache memory

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As much of a breakthrough as magnetoresistive RAM might be for its ability to retain data while powered off, its susceptibility to leak currents while turned on has made it impractical as a replacement for cache-oriented memory like SRAM. Toshiba's new approach could almost literally turn the situation on...
Toshiba goes perpendicular to solve MRAM's power issues, rethink cache memory

Apple's 'spaceship' Campus 2 plan undergoes minor revisions

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Apple has filed revisions to its plans for "Campus 2," the spaceship-shaped new campus that is now expected to be completed in 2016, a year late and some $2 billion over budget. Pushed back to a second phase with no timetable, a set of adjacent buildings known as the Tantau...
Apple's 'spaceship' Campus 2 plan undergoes minor revisions

Microsoft/Barnes & Noble subsidiary is a done deal, but a standalone public company may not happen

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Back in April we reported that Barnes & Noble was hooking up with Microsoft to form a new venture that will work to “accelerate the transition to e-reading, which is revolutionizing the way people consume, create, share and enjoy digital content.” And today, that subsidiary has finally been given the...
Microsoft/Barnes & Noble subsidiary is a done deal, but a standalone public company may not happen

Nokia World broken up into smaller events, bumped up to September 5-6

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We hope you hadn't planned too much of your late summer around the original Nokia World 2012 schedule, because the timetable has just been given a big shakeup. Instead of holding one, monolithic event in late September, Finland's phone giant is splitting the show into smaller, more targeted events....
Nokia World broken up into smaller events, bumped up to September 5-6

OLPC XO Touch 1.75 to use Neonode tech, take multi-touch on world tour

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The One Laptop Per Child's project just got one step closer to updating its venerable XO portable through a newly-struck licensing deal with Neonode. The XO Touch 1.75, a slight rebranding of the as yet unreleased XO 1.75 we saw last year, will use Neonode's MultiSensing to give the...
OLPC XO Touch 1.75 to use Neonode tech, take multi-touch on world tour

Microsoft Office Web Apps to receive real-time collaboration, Android support

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Ballmer and Co. have just laid out what changes Office Web Apps will see over the next year and beyond, and it's honing in on social features and more. Sure, the productivity suite already has collaborative document editing, but Microsoft is vowing to include real-time collaboration á la Google...
Microsoft Office Web Apps to receive real-time collaboration, Android support

Panasonic shows micro color splitters that double up image sensor acuity

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Panasonic has developed a new type of imaging sensor that gets more photons where they need to be by foregoing the use of conventional CMOS debayering filters. Those can reduce sensor effectiveness by blocking 50 to 70 percent of the light, so researchers developed "micro color splitters" to do...
Panasonic shows micro color splitters that double up image sensor acuity

Google’s Schmidt: China Negotiations Should End ‘Soon’

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Wednesday that the search and advertising giant was “in active negotiations” with China over censorship that would end soon. His remarks came two months after the company revealed there had been in-country attempts to hack into the GMail accounts of human rights activists and declared...
Google’s Schmidt: China Negotiations Should End ‘Soon’

HGST unites nanoimprints, self-assembling molecules to double hard drive space

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Hard drive makers are in a race to boost capacities and keep spinning disks at least a beat ahead of flash drives on the value curve. We've seen some exotic developments as a result, but HGST wants to go the extra mile by relying on two breakthroughs at once....
HGST unites nanoimprints, self-assembling molecules to double hard drive space
Pebble promises 'big news' at CES on January 9th

Apple Discontinuing Messages Beta for Lion on December 14th

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On Friday, Apple sent out emails to customers that the company will be discontinuing the Messages Beta program for Lion on December 14th, 2012:Dear [User], The Messages Beta program for Lion will end on Friday, December 14, 2012. We hope you've enjoyed the opportunity to preview Messages. If you'd like...
Apple Discontinuing Messages Beta for Lion on December 14th

WebOS-based 'Hurricane' tablet coming from HP as early as this Fall

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With the purchase of Palm, HP promised to "double down" on its WebOS.  They seem to mean business, already having killed the Windows 7-based HP Slate and, according to the Examiner, have already started building a WebOS tablet codenamed the 'HP Hurricane'. Unless Palm already had some pretty significant tablet...
WebOS-based 'Hurricane' tablet coming from HP as early as this Fall
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