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October 11, 2011
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Apple to Hold Memorial Service for Steve Jobs Santa Clara County officials have also released Jobs' death certificate, which lists "respiratory arrest" caused by a "metastatic pancreas neuroendocrine tumor" as the cause of death.
Criminals Find New Uses for 3D Printing 3D printers allow you to print any tangible object from your computer. So the bad guys are focusing on printing keys, pieces of guns, and other dangerous items. Should you worry?
iPad Rules Tablet Web Traffic iPads deliver more than 97 percent of all U.S. tablet traffic, totaling a higher share of Internet use than iPhones, according to comScore.
Adobe Shows Off Prototype Blur-Fixing Feature Adobe showed off the prototype at the Adobe Max conference but its not clear if or when the new unblur feature will make it into a future version of Photoshop.
Free App Lets Users Search their Desktop from iOS Device X1 Mobile Search allows users to perform "As You Type" searches on networked desktops running either Windows or Mac OS X.
Hands-On With Facebook's New iPad App Facebook has finally introduced an official iPad app--here's what it looks like.
More Proof that Security is Impossible If the spend-spend-spend government refuses to secure critical systems, what hope can there be for us mere mortals?
Google+ Traffic Falls Back After Surge Google+ traffic has deflated after a temporary spike following Google's decision to open up the social networking site to everyone.
Roku Debuts $50 Streaming Device Named the LT The LT streams video from Internet sources like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu Plus in 720p, but unlike pricier Roku models it doesn't support Bluetooth.
Uncle Sam Wants You -- And Your Email Due to an ancient law, the feds can eavesdrop on your electronic communications and you'd be the last to find out.
The IT Job Outlook: 5 Questions Answered When's the last time you drew a deep breath and said, 'Wow, I'm glad I chose a career in tech.' Now might be just the moment.
Best Buy Rebuilding IT Capability It Outsourced, Starts Hiring E-commerce, mobile computing, tablets and other emerging channels have become so important to Best Buy that the company is rebuilding internal IT resources.
Dirty Little Secrets Revealed By Ethical Hackers Here's an interview with ethical hacker Chris Gates about the presentation: The Dirty Little Secrets They Didn't Teach You In Pentesting Class.
SlingPlayer for Honeycomb Tablets Lands in Android Market The new app allows Honeycomb tablet users to connect their Android slates to a Slingbox Solo or Pro-HD to watch home television while on the go.
Dark Souls, or The Hero with a Thousand Pointless Faces "Dark Souls' character manipulation tool is pretty much worthless," and other thoughts on the game's opening beats.
Survey: Is Black Friday Losing Its Luster? An Accenture survey shows less than half of consumers plan to shop on Black Friday.
Motorola Solutions Unveils Rugged 7-in. Android Tablet Motorola's new ET1 is a 7-in. touchscreen rugged tablet based on Android 2.3 targeted at vertical markets.
Thunderbolt vs. SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Intel will tell you its new high-speed interconnect technology, Thunderbolt, is not in competition with USB. Should we believe it?
Mozilla Relies on Search Deals for 98% of Revenue Mozilla said Monday that income from its search partners, including rival browser maker Google, increased by 19% last year.
Verizon, VMware Plan Dual-Persona Phone Software Verizon Wireless will announce dual-persona software with partner VMware later this week unveiling a way to separate mobile handsets into business and personal segments.
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Apple to Hold Memorial Service for Steve Jobs Santa Clara County officials have also released Jobs' death certificate, which lists "respiratory arrest" caused by a "metastatic pancreas neuroendocrine tumor" as the cause of death.
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