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Premium-Inhalt. A group that includes Intel, Microsoft, Nokia and Panasonic plans to introduce a specification for short-range, gigabit-speed wireless networking by the end of this year.
Premium-Inhalt. I'm a big user of Twitter, especially on the iPhone. Twitter and the iPhone are a perfect match of service and device. The Iconfactory's for iPhone has been approved by Apple and will likely be released on the App Store Friday. It will be a free upgrade for all existing users. New users can download a free version, which includes ads, or pay an introductory price of US$4 for the ad-free premium edition. I've been testing this version for a few weeks; here's a hands-on first look in video form. Don't miss as well.
Premium-Inhalt. If you've got a PlayStation 3 and US$20 burning a hole in your pocket, Infinite Interactive wants you to know that Puzzle Quest: Galactrix went live on PlayStation Network Thursday. This spiritual sequel to really took the franchise's Bejeweled-esque roots and turned it on its head with the addition of spaceships and artificial gravity, so it's nice to see that the game's finally made its rounds on all the major consoles, including the DS and Xbox Live version. Gamers can buy it on the PlayStation Network now, so only the iPhone and iPod have yet to see a release date.
Premium-Inhalt. Electronic Arts (EA) on Thursday announced the release of the Star Trek game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It's available for US$5.
Premium-Inhalt. Plans for NASA to send humans back to the moon might be in jeopardy.
Premium-Inhalt. Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon has ignored calls from the telecommunications industry to integrate hospitals and healthcare networks into the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Thursday told iPhone developers in an e-mail that all new apps submitted to the App Store must work with the beta version of iPhone OS 3.0, according to .
Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Trade Commission may be taking an interest in Eric Schmidt's role as a member of Apple's board of directors, but the Google CEO doesn't see what the big deal is. Speaking to reporters before Google's annual shareholders meeting, Schmidt said he had no plans to step down from Apple's board and predicted that the government's probe wouldn't find anything wrong with the close relationship between Google and Apple, according to .
Premium-Inhalt. IP video surveillance is becoming the security solution of choice due to the latest H.264 compression technology and declining prices for IP cameras. The converged world of voice, video and data has officially arrived.
Premium-Inhalt. Although say they see no economic advantage to deploying over their networks, several panelists at this year's said that they soon may not have a choice.
Premium-Inhalt. The CEO of open-source customer-relationship-management software vendor SugarCRM has stepped down.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday released a Facebook application that it says is the first that lets users upload videos straight from their phone -- in this case, Windows Mobile 6 smartphones.
Premium-Inhalt. AT&T has turned to an outside service provider to get consumer electronics products such as navigation devices, cameras and MIDs (mobile Internet devices) onto its network more quickly and easily.
Premium-Inhalt. Being first out the door can be good. Twitterrific was probably the first Twitter client on the Mac, a version of it appeared on the iPhone early on in the pre-App Store jailbreak era, and when Apple flipped the switch on the App Store last July, , too.
Premium-Inhalt. The subject line alone was enough to unmask this criminal mastermind: "This message it is confidential."
Premium-Inhalt. A NASA space telescope is quickly running out of critical liquid helium that has been keeping some of its instruments operating.
Premium-Inhalt. Users of current-generation Windows Mobile 6 phones can a new Facebook application starting Thursday.
Premium-Inhalt. Cybercriminals who went after Facebook users with a number of phishing attacks last week have now turned around and begun sending spam messages from the Facebook accounts they cracked.
Premium-Inhalt. may be upsetting the balance of the gaming industry with their patented "appeal to the casual crowd" technique, but it's working out well for the makers of the Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo DSi according to Forbes. A list of was provided to Forbes Thursday via the Reputation Institute, citing Nintendo as the #6 ranked company in the international market. In what essentially sums up as the business world's biggest popularity contest, the Reputation Institute surveys consumer groups, industry members and corporate stakeholders every year to see which companies have been generating the biggest buzz.
Premium-Inhalt. developer Zipper Interactive have finally allowed the gaming press to see their upcoming 256 player shooter , and they've stated that the game will run smoothly at 30FPS, even at the maximum player count. proved this, but the game (which was shown in an alpha build) could only stably handle 64 on 64 matches in its current development cycle. MAG should be fully capable to handle all 256 players when it releases this winter.
Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion's (RIM) (WES) is the largest BlackBerry event of the year, and as such, all the heavies in the space--from BlackBerry administrators to analysts and pundits, as well as and unabashed --come out to see the latest and greatest the BlackBerry world as to offer.
Premium-Inhalt. Struggling to complete a project, but distracted and distressed by noise? There's always the , but that's too far to go. The never seemed to work that well. And who really has ready access to an isolated sound-proof booth?
Premium-Inhalt. Cross-platform titles are typically only released by big publishing houses with sweeping marketing campaigns and long development cycles. Only recently have we seen an attempt to launch serious browser based games that can be enjoyed both on the Mac and the PC. is that rare site that offers free high-end browser-based games to gamers of all walks of life. More than 2-D flash titles, these titles offer 3-D graphics and a diverse gaming experience.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft said it plans to acquire gaming company BigPark for an undisclosed amount.
Premium-Inhalt. IT and communications bellwethers Sprint, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco and Symantec this week reported sagging quarterly sales, but analysts, impressed by cost controls and hopeful that a bottom to the tech market has been reached, raised estimates on share price valuations and earnings of some vendors.
Premium-Inhalt. NewsGator's enterprise social-networking product, Social Sites, now has a component for employees to submit, discuss and evaluate ideas for business projects.
Premium-Inhalt. While state attorneys general hammered away this week on , a major digital rights advocacy group says law enforcement doesn't have a legal leg to stand on.
Premium-Inhalt. Google's e-mail service is hugely popular, but online e-mail has some drawbacks. Perhaps the biggest is the fact that Web-browser-based e-mail just doesn't work the same as a standard e-mail client. For example, clicking on an e-mail link in a Web page or in a document doesn't open a new Gmail message window, and you can't just drag a document to an icon in the Dock to attach it to a new message.