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Android Army

McAfee: Apple, social media, and mobile devices to be targeted in 2011

McAfee has released its forecast of emerging tech security threats for 2011. Top of the list: social media, mobile devices, and all things Apple.
Computing

Living Earth Simulator will analyze the entire planet, everything

Some scientists woke up with ambitions goals today. A group hopes to build a simulator capable of replicating everything relevant that happens on Earth.
Android Army

Dell’s Looking Glass tablet revealed by FCC

The FCC has revealed some details of Dell's forthcoming "Looking Glass" 7-inch Android tablet.
Computing

Google sees future in educational apps

With sales of educational apps and software on the rise, Google is working towards developing a marketplace that caters to schools and colleges.
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HP Pavilion dv7 Sandy Bridge notebook specs slip out

HP isn't making much of a secret that its forthcoming Pavilion dv7 4000 and 5000 series notebooks feature quad-core Intel "Sandy Bridge" chips.
Apple

Apple, app developers facing a lawsuit over iPhone privacy breach

Apple is accused of "aiding and abetting" app developers in gathering and transmitting user data including location, gender, political views, and income.
Computing

AT&T adds Wi-Fi hotspots in NYC and San Francisco

To relieve network pressure, AT&T is launching Wi-Fi hotspots in New York City and San Francisco, including one in Time's Square, just in time for New Year's Eve.
Computing

Chinese will take over the Internet in 5 years

According to the stats and this pretty infographic, Chinese will become the dominant Internet language in just a few years.
Computing

10 technologies that will define 2011

Rob Enderle looks into his crystal ball for the technologies that will shape the year ahead, from the blossoming of 4G and the personal cloud to outdoor-viewable displays and new mobile technology from AMD.
Computing

Amazon will let you eliminate bad gifts before you get them

Is the idea of one more cat figurine too much to bear? Amazon is in the process of implementing a way to head off bad gifts before they reach your doorstep. Is it convenient, or just plain rude?
Apple

Samsung Galaxy Player expected to debut at CES

It looks like Samsung will release the Galaxy Player, Android's answer to the iPod touch.
Computing

Sony investing $1.2 billion in image sensors

Sony will be boosting its image sensor production considerable over the next year, and plans to convert its recent buy-back into a new factory for CMOS development.