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Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Corp. will offer free or discounted Windows 7 upgrades to users who buy PCs after July 1, according to a Web site that has accurately predicted the company's moves in the past.
Premium-Inhalt. Asustek Computer on Tuesday revealed two new devices with small screens, a keyboard with a built-in computer and 5-inch touchscreen, and a new version of its M50 laptop PC with a 4.3-inch touchscreen display located below the keypad.
Premium-Inhalt. Asustek Computer on Tuesday debuted an ultra-thin, light netbook called the S121 with two new technologies, Microsoft's yet-to-be released Windows 7 OS and the world's largest solid state drive (SSD) at 512GB.
Premium-Inhalt. Asustek Computer on Tuesday unveiled its latest netbook, with an 8.9-inch touchscreen that swivels and can even fold down to convert the device into a tablet PC.
Premium-Inhalt. As part of the during his Tuesday morning Macworld Expo keynote address, Phil Schiller announced that Apple had added support for purchasing and downloading music and podcasts on the iPhone using a 3G data connection (previously support was limited to Wi-Fi-connected phones and iPod touches--it was even called the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store until today). And yes, it works.
Premium-Inhalt. If you couldn't tell from our (and live tweeting), Apple is very proud of the new battery technology that powers the monstrous . They've posted explaining all the cool, new features that the battery includes (7 hours worth of power, up to 1000 charge cycles, and a fancy new chemical make up). Plus, did we mention it powers your laptop? No kidding!
Premium-Inhalt. Yeah, Acura may have cars on the show floor, but none of their mechanical conveyances measure up to the automotive star of this year's expo. In the north hall at the , you can find--prepare yourself--a DeLorean. We may not have a Marty McFly or Dr. Emmett Brown to pilot it, but the car, flux capacitor and all, is sitting with open doors at the expo.
Premium-Inhalt. While it may be too late to order up this for the Philnote, you probably can still sport it while poking around the rest of Macworld Expo this week.
Premium-Inhalt. At the end of Tuesday's lackluster , Phil Schiller, filling in for Steve Jobs, had one last thing to say involving . It was in three parts, actually, but the most important item in his list was that music sold at the iTunes Store will soon be totally without digital-rights management. As of Schiller's announcement, 8 million tracks available at the Store are DRM-free; the remaining 2 million will have no DRM restrictions by the end of March.
Premium-Inhalt. Technology, at its best, saves us from doing stupid things. You know, the kind of thing that, immediately after you do it, you think, 'I really shouldn't have done that.' If you've ever connected your iPod or iPhone to someone else's Mac to charge it, you have an idea of what I am talking about. iTunes, being the helpful little syncing agent that it is, will ask if you want to sync your iPod to this strange other person's iTunes library. If you aren't paying attention, and just blithely click OK, then all you can do is watch in horror as your iPod is filled with someone else's music (which, of course, isn't nearly as good as your music).
Premium-Inhalt. AT&T is building a production-quality IPv6 data network for the U.S. Army in Germany that will cost approximately $23 million when it is completed next year.
Premium-Inhalt. on Tuesday announced a pair of speaker systems designed to support everything from MP3 players and laptops to desktops and home-entertainment centers. Both the JBL Duet II and JBL Duet III systems are designed to provide a clear, powerful sound while maintaining a small footprint.
Premium-Inhalt. Fans of the TV series South Park will recognize "Imaginationland" as the three-part episode arc that won an Emmy Award in 2008. It's also been turned into a game for the iPhone and iPod touch. And though it has the feel of a game assembled by a committee of executives with an eye toward promoting a franchise, South Park: Imaginationland ends up working well as a platform/puzzle game.
Premium-Inhalt. Werck released Checkout Server, a dedicated server application for its Checkout point-of-sale software at Macworld Expo Tuesday. Werck also updated Checkout to version 2.3.
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Premium-Inhalt. Econ Technologies invites you to rock your backups like a roadie--as in all-access. Announced Tuesday at Macworld Expo, the update of the automated synchronization and backup application ChronoSync to version 4.0 and the release of companion product ChronoAgent for Mac version 1.0 allows for bootable backups and faster syncing.
Premium-Inhalt. You never know what's going to catch your eye as you pound the Macworld Expo show floor. I was hurriedly making my way through Griffin's big booth when I saw something that intrigued me. The is a clever little USB hub that was designed with the MacBook Air in mind. Plug it into any available USB 2.0 port and now you magically have two USB 2.0 ports where you previously had one. Magic!
Premium-Inhalt. Asus is one of those companies that always manage to come up with . So it isn't surprising that the trailblazing PC maker is at it again, showing off a number of new laptops at CES. Among them are an ultraportable that runs like a race car (the Lamborghini VX5), a tablet PC (the Eee PC T91), and an even slimmer, sleeker netbook.
Premium-Inhalt. My favorite thing about Macworld Expo is stumbling across cool little products from companies I've never heard of. If my first foray onto the show floor is an indication of what Expo has in store for me I'm pretty excited.
Premium-Inhalt. Two terabytes of storage await purchasers of , announced at this week's Macworld Expo.
Premium-Inhalt. A disparate pair of Mac notables stop by the Macworld Podcast Loft in this special Expo edition of the Macworld Podcast. I'm joined by Mac developer Steve Gehrman and Mac enthusiast James Savage. Steve is the developer responsible for , an OS X file browser. And James is a collector--he owns more than 170 Macs--and a podcaster. You can listen to him on the , where he holds forth on vintage Macs.
Premium-Inhalt. CheckFree and some of the banks that use its electronic bill payment service are notifying more than 5 million customers after criminals took control of several of the company's Internet domains and redirected customer traffic to a malicious Web site hosted in the Ukraine.
Premium-Inhalt. Being out of the office without a PC will no longer be an excuse for missing meetings on Cisco Systems' WebEx Meeting Center and Unified MeetingPlace conferencing systems.
Premium-Inhalt. An information technology think tank is urging Congress to devote $30 billion toward the IT industry, saying such a move will nearly 1 million jobs, more than half of them at small businesses.
Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. phone service kept one of the terrorists who carried out deadly in Mumbai, India, in November in touch with his handlers based in Pakistan, according to reports describing a dossier of evidence compiled by Indian officials.