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Premium-Inhalt. I am not an early adopter. I’ve been an Apple user long enough to know that good things come to those who wait for Revision B. If you consider that as a guideline, then here is a downright axiom of truth: beta software is buggy.
Premium-Inhalt. Yesterday you learned . Ah, but what about at the office? What if you can't get a good cell signal at your desk? And what if the big bosses block your browser from connecting to Twitter? How will you tweet? HOW?!
Premium-Inhalt. It's a sunny Spring afternoon, and I'm strolling past rows of fancy stores, sports bars and classy restaurants in downtown Walnut Creek, Calif., a shopping Mecca about 20 miles east of San Francisco. Tiffany & Co. on Main Street. Bing Crosby's in the Broadway Plaza. And Nieman Marcus coming soon.
Premium-Inhalt. Intel this week reaffirmed its commitment to developing the Itanium processor, but also said it wants to grab market share with Xeon server chips in high-performance computing, where Itanium also plays.
Premium-Inhalt. Erik Estavillo, a disabled gamer who sued Sony Computer Entertainment after being banned from PlayStation Network, has filed another lawsuit in San Jose, California. He claims that this is his last complaint that he ever plans to file and advises the court to ban him, "as long as this case and complaint are heard."
Premium-Inhalt. Looking for something to watch tonight? You could catch the latest episode of or . Or you can learn all about , which was revealed on Thursday. In fact, you can watch the very same presentation made at the invitation-only event.
Premium-Inhalt. For fans of Apple's iPhone, the unveiling of the new is a big deal. It's the first time, after all, iPhone users will be able to do basic things like , setting their own wallpapers, and placing folders on their home screens.
Premium-Inhalt. The Black Hat security conference will kick off next week in Barcelona, with training sessions and briefings from some of the most talented security researchers in the industry.
Premium-Inhalt. Now that a beta version of iPhone OS 4.0 and the corresponding developer tools have , there's a new developer license agreement to go along with them. John Gruber of Daring Fireball noticed a drastic of that agreement, which originally forbid --or application programming interfaces (APIs)--and discouraged developers from using documented, public APIs in manner not approved by Apple. Now, it reads as follows.
Premium-Inhalt. Responding to a change in the licensing terms for developers building applications for version 4.0 of the iPhone, a technology evangelist for Adobe Systems has told Apple to go perform an anatomically impossible act.
Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima made some surprising statements during a press conference in Tokyo regarding his vision for how video games will evolve. "In the near future, we'll have games that don't depend on any platform," he said. "Gamers should be able to take the experience with them in their living rooms, on the go, when they travel--wherever they are and whenever they want to play. It should be the same software and the same experience."
Premium-Inhalt. Amidst all the hullabaloo surrounding the launch of Apple's , the contentious company from Cupertino is coming under fire for a to its iPhone developer's agreement.
Premium-Inhalt. Watch out, , you may soon have a worthy challenger in the all-you-can-watch video-streaming market. , best known for its $1-per-night DVD rental kiosks that have contributed to , is mulling a foray into the online movie business.
Premium-Inhalt. Has the Apple iPad changed your life? I know it has mine. Not that I own one ... yet. It's just that I cannot seem to avoid reading about how "magical" and "revolutionary" it is.
Premium-Inhalt. This week's geeky roundup features news on the iPad jailbreak (one day after its release!), leaked Windows 7 Service Pack 1 screenshots, and a look at what we guessed the new iPhone OS would feature. Get your geek on:
Premium-Inhalt. The realistic audio-visual atmosphere of telepresence combined with off-channel instant messaging is giving rise to a new social phenomenon dubbed teleflirtation.
Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry OS is renowned for e-mail management. But RIM-smartphone owners who've used both mail, or Web mail like Gmail, Hotmail, etc., and corporate mail, know that the BlackBerry OS didn't really provide any simple ways to create separate BIS and BES inboxes--until recently, that is.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft on Friday started offering a new model of the Zune HD portable media player with built-in storage of 64GB, double that of previous models.
Premium-Inhalt. users are cautiously optimistic about life under Oracle, but say Larry Ellison's team needs to offer a more detailed road map for development of the open source database.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple takes top billing yet again this week with its sneak peek at the iPhone 4.0 operating system. (Honestly, we'd ignore the hoopla if we thought we could get away with it.) Otherwise, we point our readers to a package of stories about cyberwar and a load of other security-related news.
Premium-Inhalt. Aligned with its goal of reaching one billion users on 2014, SAP expects a major success in its "pay-per-user" scheme of hosted delivery solutions particularly in the Asia-Pacific (AP) region.
Premium-Inhalt. The New Zealand Open Source Society is expecting powerful interests to bring pressure on the government to reverse plans to exclude software from patent protection in New Zealand.
Premium-Inhalt. Social networking sites such as Facebook not only offer a whole new world of opportunities, but also open up dangers, according to executives at the Computerworld Security Forum in Malaysia yesterday.
Premium-Inhalt. The with a powerful Intel Core i3 processor and an abundant feature set. It's great for a space-saving home or office computer and entertainment tuned users.
Premium-Inhalt. There are many products that enter our labs with an intention of being the best value for money products out there; products that want to balance price with features and performance. These products don’t knock you out with their performance but give you enough to leave you satisfied.Then there are products like the Cooler Master (CM) Storm Sentinel Advance Mouse, products that go all out with their performance and consequently come with a hefty price-tag too.The Sentinel Advance is a large mouse intended for use by the right-handed. It is an all-out performance mouse aimed primarily for use by gamers. And not just any gamer, this mouse is for gamers who want a great deal of customization and a lot of style.The Sentinel Advance’s design reminded me a lot of Dell’s Alienware line-up of gaming laptops (one of which ). It is a big black mouse, made up rubberized plastic with sharp lines defining its design. It is ergonomically designed and very comfortable to use and it fit into my hand quite perfectly. Apart from the regular left, right and middle (mouse wheel) buttons, the Sentinel Advance has five more buttons- one placed above the mouse wheel (that lets you browse profiles), two below it (that let you switch DPI settings on the fly) and two on the left just above where your thumb fits in (which serve as the forward/back buttons by default). The highlight of the design is an OLED display that shows your current DPI setting, Profile and Logo. More on these in a bit. Around the screen is a grill through which different hued LED lights shine through. The front of the mouse also has recesses in the lower section in which are set two LED bulbs making the mouse’s front resemble a car with headlights. The CM also has a pretty long cord that is made up of braided cloth. The mouse’s undercarriage hosts five 4.5g metal tablets that you can remove or retain according to how heavy you want it. Overall, the mouse’s build quality is solid.The bundle has a software CD that includes a tool to configure the mouse and as you can probably make out from the fifth picture on the left, Cooler Master hasn’t done a half-hearted job.
Premium-Inhalt. A design flaw in Adobe's popular PDF format will quickly be exploited by hackers to install financial malware on users' computers, a security company argued today.