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Cisco upgrades industrial Ethernet switches

Cisco this week unveiled an updated line of Ethernet switches for industrial environments, such as manufacturing floors. The IE 2000 series is an extension of Cisco’s current industrial Ethernet product lines, the Catalyst 2955 and the IE 3000 series. They are intended to address the expansion of machine-to-machine communications on factory floors and in other […]

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44% will not upgrade to Windows 8

Last week PC Advisor hosted a poll to find out what percentage of its readers were going to “Uprgrade to Windows 8?”. Interestingly 44 percent of poll participants claimed that they had no plans to upgrade their OS at all, voting for the “No. I’m sticking with that I’ve got’ poll option.” What’s  worrying for […]

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GameStop Goes Big on PC Games

GameStop is “massively expanding” its in-store selection of downloadable PC games. Curious how a retailer can increase its offerings of in-store, downloadable games? It works like this: You go into your local GameStop, browse through a selection of “focus titles” represented by internally-produced faux-DVD cases [or just tell the guy at the counter what you […]

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SEC Reaches $33 Million Settlement in Insider Trading Case

A stock trader, a lawyer and a mortgage broker who all pleaded guilty to an insider-trading scheme that spanned 17 years agreed to pay $33 million to resolve a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit. Stock trader Garrett D. Bauer will pay $31.7 million, mortgage broker Kenneth T. Robinson will pay $845,235 and attorney Matthew […]

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LAN attack can put some Samsung TVs in endless restart loop

A vulnerability in the firmware of several network-enabled Samsung TV models and possibly Blu-ray players allows potential attackers to put the vulnerable devices into an endless restart loop that requires the intervention of a technician to terminate, according to independent security researcher Luigi Auriemma. Auriemma discovered the flaw on April 19 and published a proof-of-concept […]

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Sony Mobile India rolls out Android 4.0 update

Sony Mobile India has started rolling out Android 4.0 update for select devices in the country. These devices include arc S, neo V and Ray from company’s Xperia series. Consumers will have to use the PC Companion or Sony Bridge for MAC software on their computers to upgrade the device. Sony is the second manufacturer […]

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Computer is king of math class at Virginia Tech’s Emporium

BLACKSBURG, Va. — There are no professors in Virginia Tech’s largest classroom, only a sea of computers and red plastic cups. In the Math Emporium, the computer is king, and instructors are reduced to roving guides. Lessons are self-paced, and help is delivered “on demand” in a vast, windowless lab that is open 24 hours […]

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Amazon releases Send to Kindle software for Mac

Amazon released the Mac version of the Send to Kindle application on Tuesday, bringing Mac users into parity with a Windows application that was released a few months back. Send to Kindle makes it easier to move documents into your Kindle reading cloud or onto a specific device, joining Amazon’s earlier email service. Send to […]

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AppWave App Store Launched for Windows OS

Embarcadero Technologies, a company that provides database and developer tools, has launched AppWave, an app store for computers running the Windows operating system. The store is designed to bring the mobile app experience to desktop and notebook PCs, an experience characterized by software that the company says is easy to install and remove. Microsoft has […]

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