Premium-Inhalt. Adobe today released Reader X, the next version of its popular software that includes a "sandbox" designed to protect users from PDF attacks.
Premium-Inhalt. With the many choices and factors to consider, choosing a laptop of any kind can be a considerable challenge. Choosing one for use with Linux, however, brings its own special set of considerations, since it's not yet always a plug-and-play world for the open source operating system.
Premium-Inhalt. I don't know about you, but I've been feeling an awful lot of "meh" this week. First came the launch of Facebook's -- color me indifferent -- and then the day we'll when Apple started on iTunes. (I've already gotten "11/16/10" tattooed on my thigh to commemorate the occasion.)
Premium-Inhalt. While China can take pride in of the world's most powerful supercomputers, IBM has been given another recognition: building the world's most energy-efficient supercomputer.
Premium-Inhalt. CollabNet has begun offering a hosted version of its ScrumWorks Pro software for managing agile software development projects, and has added some reporting capabilities to the software as well.
Premium-Inhalt. My good friend, Keith, who describes himself as "a recovering physicist", just posted an interesting item to titled "Did Sophos Free A-V for Mac kill my Time Machine backups?" If you use Apple's Time Machine and you're thinking of running Sophos antivirus product, or for that matter, any antivirus product, this is worth a read because it looks like Keith has uncovered a nettlesome problem.
Premium-Inhalt. Even though the HP Zeen Android tablet is not available as a stand-alone tablet, the comparison seems inevitable. After all, one has to wonder what exactly this tablet is, being that ships with the inkjet multifunction printer. If it's being billed as a detachable tablet, how does it compare with the cream of today's Android-slate crop, the ?
Premium-Inhalt. Radiation from Wi-Fi networks is harmful to trees, causing significant variations in growth, as well as bleeding and fissures in the bark, according to a recent study in the Netherlands.
Premium-Inhalt. It seems like every week 3D scanning technology is getting easier and easier to get in your home, but this week one MacGyver-esque individual managed to build a 3D scanner out of a few custom parts and a pile of Lego bricks. Pillipe Hurbain, who goes by "Philo" on , constructed an earlier version of the 3D scanner last year but has recently taken it to another level by adding the only thing better than Lego bricks to his creation: lasers.
Premium-Inhalt. The mobile broadband industry is facing a total transformation and services will be increasingly in the cloud, according to Weimin Ying, president of LTE network product line for Huawei Technologies.
Premium-Inhalt. Now that , Fab Four fans have an easier way to load the iconic band's songs on their iPods and iPhones. They'll pay a hefty premium for the convenience, however.
Premium-Inhalt. Labor's decision to withhold the release of the National Broadband Network (NBN) business case is resulting in the Parliament being unable to discharge its duty, according to Opposition communications minister, Malcolm Turnbull.
Premium-Inhalt. Jetstar is upgrading its unified communications (UC) environment as part of a new whole-of-company approach towards technology and mobility.
Premium-Inhalt. Lync, the next generation of Microsoft's Office Communications Server software, was unveiled yesterday in New York City, complete with a via Lync's video conference tool.
Premium-Inhalt. Speedier processors are on their way to smartphones thanks to Qualcomm. The company announced this Wednesday that new faster versions of its popular Snapdragon chipset were in the pipeline, and should make it into new smartphones next year.
Premium-Inhalt. Verizon continues to play coy about the iPhone, a surprising source is selling iPads at rock bottom prices, and--to our everlasting joy--Steve Wozniak is back in the news. I'm not going to lie: the remainders for Thursday, November 18, 2010 are looking forward to the weekend.
Premium-Inhalt. by is one of those puzzle games that doesn't seem challenging at first, but then you reach the sixth level and the difficulty level skyrockets. Speaking of rockets, you can see a lot of similarities between Arcade Cats and the cult favorite Sega title . Both are puzzle games involving cats-and-mice. Yet, instead of one chasing the other, you must guide the rodents safely to collect stars while avoiding the wandering and malevolent cats. The similarities between the two games end there, unfortunately, as Arcade Cats is a cheap carnival knockoff version of one of the most beloved cat-and-mouse-themed puzzle games of all times.