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When it comes to the contemporary demands of the home office printer, sometimes a simple printer just doesn't cut it today.

Op-Ed: What every consumer needs to know about mobile commerce

Forget credit card data - your personal data is the new currency, and it's worth millions, and mobile e-commerce sites will do what it takes to get their hands on it.

Smartphone companies promise 'kill switch' to reduce thefts

For many months, the smartphone industry resisted the idea of installing "kill switches" in mobile devices that would allow owners to disable them in the event of theft or loss. Now it looks like the industry has changed its collective mind.

PC sales boost as York promised ultra-fast broadband network

Sales of PCs, tablets and internet-ready smartphones are set to go through the roof in the city of York, England as the local council announces a fibre optic network offering speeds of one gigabit.

U.S. tech giants look to skies to spread Internet

The shortest path to the Internet for some remote corners of the world may be through the skies.That is the message from U.S. tech giants seeking to spread the online gospel to hard-to-reach regions.

'Heartbleed' fix may slow Web performance

The heartache from the Heartbleed Internet flaw is not over, and some experts say the fix may lead to online disruption and confusion.The good news is that most sites deemed vulnerable have patched their systems or are in the process of doing so.

Op-Ed: Would it be beneficial for BlackBerry to move on from phones?

The troubled smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry is considering moving away from smartphones according to its CEO, John Chen, but would this actually be beneficial to the company?

Review: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 for pro writers

As a professional writer, anything which makes my job easier is interesting to me. When I was looking at speech to text software, I considered a few options, but Dragon was big deal on the market. I first tried Dragon 11.5, and upgraded to Dragon 12.

Apple iPhone 6 rumors bigger screen, thinner size, and $100 more

One third of phone upgrades have been from iPhone users switching over to Android. However, for existing iPhone users looking to upgrade to a new iPhone, there may be some bad news for you.

Google buys New Mexico start-up drone maker Titan Aerospace

Is the race for high altitude unmanned drones on? Two major tech giants showed interests in start-up drone companies and another major purchase has been made today.

New 'bird' drones land on power lines to recharge themselves

A research project at the MIT university has enabled a student to produce a prototype version of a small unmanned drone that can land on nearby power lines in order to recharge itself when it runs short of power without returning to base.

Twitter executives meet Turkish officials amid free speech row

Twitter executives met Turkish government officials for talks Monday amid accusations of tax evasion by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and a row over content on the social media site.

Greenwald, Poitras, Gellman, MacAskill: key in NSA coverage

The Guardian and the Washington Post won the Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism on Monday for their in-depth reporting on Edward Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency and its vast global surveillance network.

Not quite the model tweet by US Airways

US Airways rushed out an apology Monday after a graphic sexual image was tweeted from its official Twitter account in response to a disgruntled customer.

Wash Post, Guardian share Pulitzer for NSA coverage

The Guardian and the Washington Post shared a Pulitzer Prize Monday for reporting on leaks from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that revealed a global surveillance network monitoring millions of Americans and foreigners.

'Heartbleed' hits 1.5 million users of UK parenting website

British parenting website Mumsnet is the latest organisation to have been hacked due to the "Heartbleed" bug, founder Justine Roberts revealed on Monday.

Specs for possible new flagship phone from LG leak

Credible specifications for what appears to be a new flagship phone from South Korean manufacturer LG have leaked online.

Amazon willing to pay you up to $5,000 to quit your job

Although it may sound counter-intuitive, Amazon is proposing a policy that no other company dares try. This probably isn't surprising coming from Amazon though, a company known for its wacky parcel delivery drone idea.

Instagram photo-sharing service goes down

Popular photo-sharing site Instagram was not working Saturday, as frustrated users quickly turned to social network Twitter and other web sites to share their complaints.

Music industry joins legal battle against Megaupload

The major US music labels joined the legal battle against file-sharing website Megaupload, with a copyright infringement lawsuit against the site shut down by US authorities.

NSA denies exploiting 'Heartbleed' vulnerability

The US National Security Agency on Friday denied a report claiming it was aware of and even exploited the "Heartbleed" online security flaw to gather critical intelligence.

Op-Ed: Blogs offer a gateway to how the company is perceived by readers

Blogging has become one of the most important sections of a company's website to push forward distinct individual voice, an identity per say. It is also a resource for readers to educate themselves on what is available out there.

'Heartbleed' bug a critical Internet illness

The "Heartbleed" flaw in Internet security is as critical as the name implies and wider spread than first believed.

Wearable tech gaining momentum

Wearable tech is moving beyond a small group of early adopters and going mainstream.That's the conclusion of market tracker IDC, which predicted sales of wearable tech items would triple this year to 19 million units worldwide, growing to 111.

Turkey keeps YouTube ban in place despite court orders

Turkey's government on Thursday said it would keep its block on YouTube in place despite two separate courts ordering the ban be lifted.

U.S. says cybersecurity sharing not an antitrust issue

U.S. officials announced Thursday that companies sharing information about cybersecurity would not face prosecution on antitrust grounds.

Heartbleed virus poses risks to all data, sent and received

When security researchers noticed issues with encryptions used to securely transmit emails, e-commerce transactions, social network posts, and other Web traffic, they dug deeper to discover the cause was something lurking for over two years.

Op-Ed: Cisco unveils improved video conferencing products

Cisco Systems has boosted its videoconferencing lineup with the introduction of several new products in a bid to offer video collaboration solutions for companies and meeting rooms of all sizes.

One of iPhone founders leaving Apple

One of the pioneers behind the iPhone, software engineer Greg Christie, is leaving Apple, a spokesman said Wednesday.

Op-Ed: Creating a new site is a simple process with Website Builder

Having a good idea for a website is one thing, but finding the suitable web hosting company is another. To start out look for a service that is free and well-known.

Facebook smartphone chats pushed to Messenger app

Facebook has begun pushing smartphone chats between friends to a stand-alone Messenger application.

Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4 the professional tablet? Special

Samsung's recently released TabPro line seeks to make an impact in the growing mid sized tablet market with the release of the professional minded TabPro 8.4.

Battery charges smartphone in 30 seconds (video)

A super battery has gone on display at a tech show. In a demonstration a Samsung S4 smartphone went from a dead battery to full power in 26 seconds.

Nepalese pioneer inducted into 'Internet Hall of Fame'

A Nepalese educator who transformed the way of life in more than 150 remote Himalayan villages by connecting them to the Internet was Tuesday inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.

'Heartbleed' bug puts encrypted data in danger

Trust in the Internet took a major blow as alarm spread that software commonly used to encrypt and secure online transactions could wind up giving away the store.

Snowden calls for international deal on data surveillance

Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said on Tuesday there should be an international agreement on data collection to protect against the mass surveillance of citizens.

Dar es Salaam computer fair set at Mlimani City Mall Special

The Second Annual Dar es Salaam Computer Fair will be held on May 12, at Mlimani City Mall in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The daylong event is sponsored by the Dar Computer Users Group.

Sonar loaded underwater robot to hunt for MH370

A torpedo-shaped mini-sub could provide conclusive proof that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crashed into the Indian Ocean, but the task is set to push the machine to its limits.The Bluefin-21, a 493 centimetre (16.

Op-Ed: Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom revealed in leaked photo?

A leaked photo of what's believed to be the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom reveals the forthcoming smartphone's svelte design and impressive 20-megapixel camera.

Web satire fosters change in communist Vietnam

A critical blog post could land you in jail in communist Vietnam, but a satirical image of Cinderella which mocks the ruling elite? Likely to slip past the censors.

Giant game of Tetris played on 29-story building

Last Saturday, Philly Tech Week put on a display to delight true geeks and the nerds-at-heart. The city was treated to a record-setting game of Tetris.
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