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Premium-Inhalt. The hacking group known as LulzSec called it Titanic Takeover Tuesday. Gamers called it by a variety of names, many of which cannot be reprinted here. But for system administrators at a handful of gaming companies, Tuesday, June 14 was a nightmare: the day their websites went down under an online attack.
Premium-Inhalt. The constant evolution of Google Apps means there's never a shortage of updates to its suite of productivity tools. The last month was no exception, either: Among its many tweaks and new components are five updates that stand out from the rest.
Premium-Inhalt. You might've thought you were excited to play as Catwoman in the upcoming , but we all know what news you've really been holding out for...a playable version of Robin, the Boy Wonder!
Premium-Inhalt. is a great game that was unfortunately buried amidst a host of other titles on its original release. Featuring witty writing, excellent gameplay and memorable characters, it's one of Tim Schafer's most well-regarded games.
Premium-Inhalt. About 58 per cent of Asian manufacturers do not know how many security events have occurred in their organisations in the past 12 months, according to a newly released report by IDC Manufacturing Insights.
Premium-Inhalt. The world's largest professional network with more than 100 million members, LinkedIn opened its in Singapore just last month. We caught up with the man heading it, Arvind Rajan, for a private chat. The newly anointed LinkedIn MD and VP for Asia Pacific and Japan, shared with us his thoughts on the needs of the market that his network's offerings serve and what developments he expects to drive in the near future.
Premium-Inhalt. We're still clambering back up on this horse, so bear with us if today's selection is a bit slim. Still, we've got Ron Johnson betting on his future, the adventures of the spectacular Steve Jobs, and iTunes's hefty price tag. If that's not enough for you, then the remainders for Tuesday, June 14, 2011 will just take its business .
Premium-Inhalt. If you've been for a long time, chances are good you've accumulated a lot of e-mail. In fact, it's not uncommon for a Gmail inbox to accumulate hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of messages. Indeed, at last count, one of my older Gmail accounts had nearly 33,000 of them (and still I'd barely used 20 percent of my available storage--gotta love Gmail).
Premium-Inhalt. Since the launch of the very first iPhone, customers in the U.S. could only get their hands on the device if they were willing to ink a two-year contract with a cell phone carrier. iPhone users in other parts of the world had it different, though--they could buy an iPhone that wasn't locked into any one carrier, provided they were willing to pay up for the privilege.
Premium-Inhalt. Ethernet vendors will need to develop faster products more quickly to keep up with the demand being created by mobile and cloud computing, some participants at an industry group meeting said on Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. The good news is right there on the balance sheets of some of the nation's largest and most influential IT companies: Their income and revenue are higher and growing again, and the effects are starting to be very noticeable across the U.S. tech industry.
Premium-Inhalt. Have we finally grown tired of Facebook? According to , more than five percent of U.S. users in May--that's about six million people who have stopped "liking" the world's largest social network. Six million people jumping ship sounds like a lot, but when you consider that Facebook is on track to hit 700 million users any day now, it's not such a big deal.
Premium-Inhalt. The blogosphere's a-buzzin' today with word that Apple has decided to in the United States -- something the company has never before done. At this very moment, in fact, you could go snag yourself an unlocked 16GB iPhone 4 for 649 buckaroos or an unlocked 32GB iPhone 4 for 749 smackers. How 'bout them apples?
Premium-Inhalt. Comcast subscribers will soon have the option to place video calls through their television, thanks to a partnership with VoIP provider Skype announced on Tuesday. Customers will need additional equipment to use the new feature.
Premium-Inhalt. In an effort to accelerate the rendering of Web pages in users' computers, Google has developed a search feature that predictively preloads pages before users click on result links.
Premium-Inhalt. Voice search is coming to for PCs. At a media event today in San Francisco, announced that it's bringing speech recognition to desktop and laptop versions of its Web browser.
Premium-Inhalt. Brocade gear is powering a cutting-edge network that supports , Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and 100 Gigabit Ethernet for the U.S. Army at in Colorado.
Premium-Inhalt. Starbucks has felt the caffeine buzz from its bar code-based mobile payment app for the iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones for several months. Beginning Wednesday, the app will be extended to include the platform.
Premium-Inhalt. While managers may anticipate how cloud computing will one day ease IT headaches, the purveyors of cloud services themselves still need to further fine-tune the way their cloud services are metered and managed in order to make truly flexible cloud computing a reality.
Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba announced two "enthusiast-class" laptops today, built for gaming and media creation: the Qosmio X770 and Satellite P700 series. Both series offer optional 3D models, NVIDIA discrete graphics, HD displays, and, for these specs, attractive prices starting at $1,200 for the gaming Qosmio and $630 for the Satellite P700 series.
Premium-Inhalt. Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki's order to halt further cuts in network interconnection rates is a milestone effort to bolster revenue from the telecommunications sector, which has taken a hit in the wake of widespread reductions in telecom termination charges throughout Africa.
Premium-Inhalt. Today is Patch Tuesday. I don't know if it was the focus on and the gaming news coming out of E3, the attention I have been devoting to the project, or the headline-stealing , but Patch Tuesday caught me by surprise this month. Ironically, as low-key as Patch Tuesday seems this month, it is actually one of the biggest in recent months when it comes to critical updates.
Premium-Inhalt. With its 15.6-inch display, dual-core Intel processor, and integrated graphics, the Asus K53E falls shy of our power and size criteria for inclusion in the . But as go, it's definitely on the beefy side, weighing in at 5.8 pounds and outfitted with a full-size keyboard and a dedicated numeric keypad. Although the K53E might not be a great companion for a daily commute and its performance is only so-so, its superior audio, good battery life, and modest price tag ($750 as of 6/14/2011) make it a model worth considering by those on a budget.
Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is making a push to train 10,000 new American engineers a year, primarily with the help of the private sector.