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iCloud beta website showing Notes and Reminders apps

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Yesterday, we covered the news about Apple’s iCloud website that had an iOS-like notification banner at the top portion of the website, hence, indicating the possibility of integrating banner alerts. Today, 9t05Mac says that Apple is expanding the iCloud’s web application library. According to them, the beta... 

Wi-Fi Blocking Wallpaper Could Improve Wireless Security

The answer to better Wi-Fi security could lie on the surfaces of a wallpaper. A team of French researchers at Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble was able to develop a wallpaper that can allegedly block Wi-Fi signals. Working together with Centre Technique du Papier, the researchers claim that the wallpaper prevented Wi-Fi signals from being transmitted beyond the confines of an office or apartment.... 

iPod owners part of class action lawsuit

Have you purchased an iPod between 2006 and 2009? If so, you may be part of a class action lawsuit against Apple which claims the company used iTunes to create a monopoly over digital music and portable music players. Now, Apple is being targeted for another class action lawsuit, this one tied to customers who purchased an iPod between September 12, 2006 and March 31, 2009. The class action dates... 

Samsung unveils TS190C, TS220C and TS240C Citrix-ready zero clients

Samsung has introduced its latest desktop virtualization display models for Citrix Synergy 2012. Samsung will be showcasing three S-series models (TS190C, TS220C, TS240C), which include an embedded Citrix zero client, and one B-series model (TB-CH) designed to be used in conjunction with a legacy monitors. Samsung has added a couple of improvements including fast booting, simple configuration and... 

CTIA 2012: Hands on: Kyocera Hydro C5170

In a world full of obscure product names, the Kyocera Hydro C5170 is actually, aptly named. We got a hands on look at the Kyocera Hydro on the show floor at CTIA 2012 and according to a Kyocera spokesperson, the handset is "Certified waterproof for IPX5, protection against water jets and IPX7, protection against water immersion for up to 30 minutes in up to 1 meter." What this means to the... 

Passpoint Technology, Promises Seemless Wi-Fi Handover

WiFi Alliance, the trade association that promotes Wireless LAN technology, is planning to launch a technology that will make Wi-Fi access from smartphones and other devices as simple as connecting to a cellular network. According to the group, its Passpoint program aims to make Wi-Fi a “true extension of service provider networks”. WiFi Alliance claims that its new technology will let users roam... 

GMVault lets you back up your Gmail account in a breeze

If you are a Gmail user, perhaps you’d like to check out GMVault. It’s a simple to use app that will sync and back-up your Gmail account on your local machine. GMVault is a shell script available for Windows, OS X and Linux. So, why bother trying it when you can accomplish the same thing with a desktop email client? Well, with GMVault,  you can make sure that your back-up is updated daily.... 

B&O PLAY launches BeoPlay A3, iPad Sound System – Hands On

Bang & Olufsen unveiled their new brand B&O PLAY at CES 2012 alongside the launch of its first product Beolit 12. On Thursday, at an event in San Francisco the Danish manufacturer demonstrated three new products under the B&O PLAY umbrella including the BeoPlay A3, a very innovative and high quality sound system designed for the iPad. We all know that thinner... 
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