Premium-Inhalt. So now that , what can Verizon iPhone users expect from their network?
Premium-Inhalt. The Entertainment Software Association has an early list of companies signed up for floorspace at E3 2011. Here's who made the list:
Premium-Inhalt. It was a quiet Monday--too quiet, if you ask me. But don't worry, there's a storm coming, and it's not just the 10 to 12 inches of snow about to drop on my hometown. There's a Verizon iPhone potentially in the offing, a very busy Steve Jobs, and a hurricane of Mac App Store sales. The remainders for Monday, January 10, 2011 are feeling a little harried.
Premium-Inhalt. NBN Co is set to announce a panel of software providers for its operational and billing support systems by the middle of next month, with vendor Alcatel-Lucent likely to play a key role in the tender.
Premium-Inhalt. And here we thought the apocalypse wasn't due until 2012. If the reports spreading around the Web faster than teenage gossip are to be believed, then a Verizon press conference slated for Tuesday morning will herald the arrival of the first U.S. iPhone not bound to AT&T. And, at this point, the metric ton of corroborating sources makes this long-circulated rumor seem more likely to finally happen than not.
Premium-Inhalt. Though it's a bit pricier than much of the competition (except for OnTrack's pricey ), ($80) is as effective as anything out there at retrieving disk data--and it's more versatile than most. Where most sector-based recovery solutions handle only FAT and NTFS partitions, R-Studio Data Recovery also works with Linux and Mac OS file systems. It also copies and images drives, as well as offers several features for dealing with RAID. This is a big-dog tool, and it's especially handy if you're working in a multi-platform environment.
Premium-Inhalt. Alacritech, best known for its TCP/IP offload network interface cards, today released its first network-attached storage (NAS) acceleration appliance, which boasts the ability to increase file transfer performance by three or more times.
Premium-Inhalt. The dawn of the new millennium prompted fears about the future, but so far reality has not quite matched the predictions of catastrophe. The first ten years passed uneventfully--well, aside from Y2K and a bunch of intelligent computer viruses. Here's a look back at the past decade, and ten of the most terrifying tech scares.
Premium-Inhalt. If Verizon Wireless introduces its own version of the Apple iPhone on Tuesday, users of its network might begin to face some of the same performance problems that plagued AT&T subscribers in some areas since the rollout of the popular iPhone 3G.
Premium-Inhalt. If you own a small or medium business, a --is clearly key to your success.
Premium-Inhalt. German security researcher Thomas Roth has found an innovative use for cloud computing: cracking wireless networks that rely on pre-shared key passphrases, such as those found in homes and smaller businesses.
Premium-Inhalt. What's better than a mall full of zombies? Answer: a mall full of zombies on your iPhone. Yes, has released an iPhone version of its hit console zombie game, . The plot for the mobile version is similar enough to the original: users play as Frank West, a photojournalist and zombie killer extraordinaire who gets trapped in a shopping mall full of the undead. But the lack of story, movement issues, and overall thin gameplay make Dead Rising a rather ho-hum port of a classic console game.
Premium-Inhalt. Mobile operators were out in full force at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, promoting their improved data networks and unveiling new devices. But with their marketing efforts in overdrive, the operators may confuse rather than attract users.