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Apple releases 2TB and 3TB Time Capsules, new Airport Extremes

by jacqui@arstechnica.com (Jacqui Cheng) on June 21, 2011

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Apple has updated its AirPort Extremes and Time Capsules, and may have already started the process on the latter. What do we mean by that? Apple’s Time Capsule page has already been updated to reflected new 2TB and 3TB mode… Continue reading

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An announcement from Google on Friday that it has added a feature called “News Near You” to the mobile version of its news platform isn’t that surprising; the regular web version of Google News has had a similar feature since 2008. But the move … Continue reading

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An announcement from Google on Friday that it has added a feature called “News Near You” to the mobile version of its news platform isn’t that surprising; the regular web version of Google News has had a similar feature since 2008. But the move … Continue reading

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Real-time apps are the future of the web, and new platforms for supporting that kind of technology are sprouting up everywhere.One such promising technology is NowJS, an out-of-the-box architecture for real-time web apps.NowJS uses the ever-so-trend… Continue reading

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Real-time apps are the future of the web, and new platforms for supporting that kind of technology are sprouting up everywhere.One such promising technology is NowJS, an out-of-the-box architecture for real-time web apps.NowJS uses the ever-so-trend… Continue reading

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Oracle Sues Google Over Android

by Jolie O'Dell on August 12, 2010

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Claiming egregious IP infringement, Oracle has filed suit against Google over its ever-more-popular mobile operating system, Android.In a statement released today,an Oracle rep stated, “In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly and repeatedly… Continue reading

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Google To Begin Indexing The Internet In Real-Time?

by Alex Wilhelm on March 3, 2010

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In a move that might rewrite the entire search market, Google is rumored to be creating a system that will let allow web publishers to submit content to Google for search indexing in real-time.This of course follows the introduction of PubSubHubBub by … Continue reading

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PC World: AT&T download speeds 67% faster than its competitors

by Andrew Munchbach on February 23, 2010

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Before we begin let’s just get this out of the way: if you are a customer of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon it is most likely because that particular company provides a service you want, need, and/or like. The following article is based on t… Continue reading

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Twitter launches Trends for YOUR Area.

by Zee on January 22, 2010

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Trends began as a useful way to find out what’s going on but as Twitter has grown its become less interesting due to the noisiness of the conversation, and the general bias towards areas with highly active Twitter users.Today however Twitter has begu… Continue reading

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Turn Your iPhone into a TV Remote

by Samuel Axon on January 4, 2010

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When Apple filed a patent for tech that would let you control your home computer with your iPhone or iPod touch, that was neat and all, but the functionality already existed in third-party apps. Now a product from a company called L5 will help iPhones … Continue reading

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