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Gartner’s gurus forecast future tech spending splurge Register Gartner’s analysts have used their highly-tuned abdominal sensing units and cerebral computing powers to forecast worldwide IT spending will rise to…

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Gay rights advocates are fighting in both courts and legislatures. Given the history of other civil rights movements, which front is more promising?

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CES gives peek of our tech future New Zealand Herald If CES left me confident that the future of consumer technology is in good hands, there’s much already on offer…

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The Skullcandy Crushers vibrate, using a phenomenon known as bone conduction to increase the perception of bass.

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The first real evidence of Apple’s rumoured plans to ditch Samsung as its key component supplier may have been uncovered by a teardown of the newly-tweaked Apple TV set…

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The iPad Camera Connection Kit and many other accessories designed for older iPads will not work with the iPad Mini without the right adapters.

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Reviewing some weather apps designed to be attractive and interesting.

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The massacre in Newtown, Conn., that killed 27 people, including 20 children, has reignited a conversation about our country’s relationship with guns.

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Stocks got a boost early from the weekly unemployment claims report.

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Nets guard Joe Johnson returned to the lineup Friday against the Dallas Mavericks after a three-game absence due to a left heel injury.

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There is a thriving business in artificially inflating a Facebook page’s audience. Here is one way scammers trick you into helping them, and what you can do to stop it.

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Let’s get something straight first. We really like Windows Phone 8 . It’s not for everybody, but it’s a great mobile phone OS and Nokia and Microsoft have made great strides with…

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We all know someone who does it. Multimedia piracy is a modern crime perpetrated by a criminal with many faces. Once the domain of the archetypal geek, TV shows and…

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Google’s “+1? button is another way of expressing public admiration for a Web page.

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The Sony PS4 console may house a premium subscription service allowing members to play as many games as they want for a monthly fee, according to the president of Sony…

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Kohler has brought a whole new meaning to “streaming audio.” It has introduced a shower head with a built-in Bluetooth speaker system called the Moxie.

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets include parental controls to limit a child’s access to videos and other content on the device.

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If you do not like the way a photo preview appears on your Facebook Timeline page, you can change it.

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BodyMedia, which makes the Link activity monitor, is preparing to release the Vue Patch, a disposable monitor in a stick-on patch that will collect a week’s worth of data …

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No longer will you need to open an app to get YouTube’s myriad cat videos up on your television as a YouTube channel is coming to Freesat . The free-to…

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