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Premium-Inhalt. We all lose or misplace our phones, keys, or wallets at some point. If it's not the mad scramble in the morning to recover your keys, it's the heart-stopping moment you reach for your phone to find it's not in your pocket. If you have a Kinect, though, no longer will these precious items be misplaced.
Premium-Inhalt. It has been 18 months since more than 188,000 passwords for subscribers to were snatched by hackers and posted to the Web, but consumers don't seem any more inclined to protect their passwords now than they were then.
Premium-Inhalt. Google is aggressively defending itself against accusations it manipulates its search results based on ad payments, and it is encouraging users to go elsewhere if they don't like what the company does.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple, in new drawings it has submitted as part of the construction of a research and development complex near its corporate headquarters, is showing off a massive underground auditorium where it will .
Premium-Inhalt. IT outsourcing firm Logica UK says it is making progress in its aim to reduce its carbon footprint by 50 percent by 2020, with the help of controlling its print emissions.
Premium-Inhalt. On Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook will kick off Apple's (WWDC) in San Francisco. At its most basic, WWDC gives developers a rare chance to speak directly with Apple engineers about their coding efforts and learn about new features presented during the opening keynote.
Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla will drop Russian search giant Yandex as the default search engine for Russian-language versions of Firefox beginning with next month's Firefox 14, according to Mozilla.
Premium-Inhalt. PC enthusiasts may want to take a vacation to an unwired remote location this week as all tech news channels will be jammed with news emanating from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference () in San Francisco.
Premium-Inhalt. The Samsung Series 7 Slate takes a different path from that of other recent , packing more-powerful components that include an Intel Core i5 processor and a 128GB solid-state drive. But the fancy ingredients aren't cheap: The Series 7 starts at $1100, and the configuration we tested costs $1350 (prices as of June 1, 2012).
Premium-Inhalt. Fujitsu is a veteran in the tablet PC game, and that experience shows to good advantage with the Stylistic Q550 (price as of June 1, 2012, starts at $729; as reviewed, $849). This incorporates an Atom processor, and comes crammed with features--a fingerprint scanner, a smartcard reader, Trusted Platform Module, and a removable battery--that make it especially attractive to business users.
Premium-Inhalt. Hybrid designs are not new in the , but they aren't exactly common either. The Acer Iconia Tab W500 tablet is a slate-style machine--all of its guts are behind the screen, and it can stand on its own as a tablet--but it also comes with a keyboard dock for occasions when you want a laptop-style experience. Unfortunately, rather than offering the best of both worlds, the W500 presents you with a lot of compromises.