Premium-Inhalt. Don't let that blank, boxy look fool you: Printers can steal your money and your time if you're not careful. Printer manufacturers have come up with a few creative ways to drain your wallet through ink and toner cartridge costs. Other printer models just make you waste precious minutes fooling around with complicated menu systems or stupidly designed hardware.
Premium-Inhalt. At the security conference in Las Vegas, an iPhone security flaw has come to light. The iPhone security flaw--which exploits a weakness in SMS text messaging to take control of the device--appears real, but will probably be addressed before it becomes a serious issue.
Premium-Inhalt. The CEO of the company whose Google Voice-related application was recently yanked by Apple from the iPhone's App Store is hopping mad.
Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes it's not a question of can you, it's a question of should you.
Premium-Inhalt. Dell was fined on Thursday by a Taiwanese city agency for failing to meet sales obligations of heavily discounted products resulting from online pricing snafus, according to online news reports.
Premium-Inhalt. Northrop Grumman has become the defense contractor to go whole hog into cyber threat monitoring and detection. The defense giant said it has opened detection and response center staffed around-the-clock, providing monitoring for more than 105,000 clients and 10,000 servers worldwide.
Premium-Inhalt. Were you in the Technical Beta Program? No, not giant public beta and release candidate tests, but rather the closed, invite-only technical beta that preceded it. If you are, good news - you're getting a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate.
Premium-Inhalt. As much as I like what Samsung is doing with its new Go (known as the N310 overseas), the company is about this close to surpassing Asus as the king of the shotgun-delivery method, releasing netbooks every 2 minutes. Never mind my cattiness, though. The Go is a stylish and far-from-subdued portable that's shaped like a big rubber pebble. In fact, I'd say that this colorful competitor could match Dell's run on the classroom with the .
Premium-Inhalt. McAfee on Thursday announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire e-mail and Web security vendor MX Logic for about $140 million in cash.
Premium-Inhalt. Now that EMC deduplication technology leader Data Domain, its reseller agreements with the likes of FalconStor Software Inc. and . for the same type of single-instancing technology could be in jeopardy. Quantum resells both its tape libraries and dedupe software through EMC, sales that amount to less than 10% of its revenue.
Premium-Inhalt. Many potential buyers of laptops priced under US$300 in the U.S. had an unpleasant surprise over the weekend: The machines would not be eligible for a free upgrade to Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 operating system.
Premium-Inhalt. has confirmed that , Sucker Punch's open-world superhero adventure is making its way to the silver screen by way of Sheldon Turner, lead writer of . Turner mentions why signing onto the film was so exciting for him.
Premium-Inhalt. It must be delay-a-game month, because there has been a serious number of games that have been within the past couple of weeks. Now, you can add the jet-packing action title to the list as Capcom announced today that they would be delaying the game to 2010 "to avoid competition." Lame.
Premium-Inhalt. Despite UFC President Dana White's claims that EA Sports "doesn't give a [expletive] about mixed martial arts," the company has officially scored a major victory for their with the acquisition of Fedor Emelianenko, according to MMA blog .
Premium-Inhalt. Worried you might not have enough time to live it up right before an apocalyptic asteroid crashes into Earth and ruins your whole day?
Premium-Inhalt. It's not easy being a pirate. In April, the four men who run . In the past week, reports surfaced that that and turn it legit, might not be able to dredge up the cash to buy the notorious torrent tracking site. And now the Dutch have ordered TPB to leave the Netherlands or face a hefty fine.
Premium-Inhalt. A decade or so ago, I probably watched ESPN's more than any other program on television. And really, why not? With a full hour devoted to highlights and scores from virtually every game played in North America that evening, was must-see viewing for any self-respecting sports nut of the mid-'90s. And, thus, it was must-see viewing for me. With few exceptions, it was the last program I watched before going to bed at night, and--on the occasions that I flipped on the TV before heading into work--it was the first show I saw in the morning. Gotta catch those highlights from the late games on the West Coast, you know.
Premium-Inhalt. If the news junkie down the hall just burst into rapturous applause, relax; Apple has in fact released the rumored iTablet yet. A significant new beta version of NewsGator's NetNewsWire, however, is cause for a little celebration.
Premium-Inhalt. IBM and HP are trying to lure server and storage customers away from Sun Microsystems by exploiting uncertainty caused by of the company.
Premium-Inhalt. NASA today discovered that a forward thruster that controls the space shuttle Endeavour's speed and altitude is not working properly. The finding comes just a day before the shuttle is due to land at Kennedy Space Center.
Premium-Inhalt. The update of the T-Mobile USA G1 Android smartphone, the new myTouch 3G, goes on sale nationally Aug. 5 and reviews are beginning to trickle in.
Premium-Inhalt. San Francisco's ambitious plans to roll out computerized smart parking meters have hit a snag: They can be hacked for free parking.