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20 years ago today, humanity was given the greatest gift of all: The World Wide Web

Happy birthday, World Wide Web! 20 years ago, the Web was presented to its soon-to-be-adoring public with a bow and a promise to make it available for free. The gift remains to this day.
Computing

Latest Windows 8.1 screenshots reveal new lock screen app alarm options

Screenshots from one of latest builds of Windows 8.1, Build 9385, have surfaced showing new options for the lock screen, user access control, and updated developer tools for Internet Explorer 11.
Computing

Skype starts Outlook.com integration, video voicemail comes to Windows desktop beta

Microsoft is rolling out Outlook.com with Skype integration to UK users and plans to roll it out to the U.S. and Germany in the next few weeks. Skype's video voicemail service was also updated.
Computing

Lenovo’s ThinkPad S431 boasts a 14-inch display in a 13-inch body, starts at $700

Before the next-gen Haswell processors land later this quarter, Lenovo announced today that it's adding three Ivy Bridge-powered laptops and OneLink dock to its spring lineup: the 14-inch ThinkPad S431, 14-inch ThinkPad E431, and the…
Computing

Less really is more: Why pint-sized PCs finally punch above their weight

Once upon a time, small PCs were synonymous with low performance. But that's no longer the case. Today, small, quiet systems can be bought or built that meet the most demanding performance requirements.
Computing

Lightpack ambient lighting makes colors bleed from your screen onto your walls

If your eyes feel too strained from watching a lot of movies and shows, consider Lightpack. The ambient lighting system aims to extend your display's colors onto the walls to help your eyes ease into the vividness.
Product Review

Genius Gila GX Review

Genius Gila GX Review.
Computing

SideWays eye-tracking prototype sees what you’re ogling while shopping

SideWays is an eye-tracking prototype that's able to recognize up to 14 pairs of eyes. Created by Andreas Bulling and colleagues, it could be used for much more than just an advertising tactic.
Computing

Apple to intro MacBooks with Intel Haswell processors at WWDC 2013, says analyst

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is at it again. This time he's predicting the upcoming Haswell-powered MacBook Pros and Airs will be making an appearance at WWDC 2013 with the updated Airs hitting stores soon after.
Computing

Report: Mac OS X 10.9 adding iOS-style ‘power user’ features, tabbed browsing in Finder

Apple's Mac OS X 10.9 might focus on bringing new features that power users will find useful, including Finder tabs and tags, an updated Safari, and fullscreen apps for use in multi-display setups.
Computing

How to clone a hard drive in Windows or Mac OS X

Backing up your system is one thing, but if you want to make an exact copy of your hard disk you need to know how to clone a hard drive. No matter if you're on Windows or OS X, consult this guide for a quick and straightforward explanation…
Buying Guides

DT Deals: Name on your price on a bundle of Mac goodies

In the name of charity, we're offering ten Mac apps for the best price ever - whatever you're willing to pay! Proceeds go to either WWF, Creative Commons, or Child's Play, if that's any incentive to give just a little more.