Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ask DLS: What’s your primary Web browser?

Competition is a good thing, and the browser arena has been a fierce arena for years now. There are at least four “major” browsers each vying for your attention, along with lots of smaller spin-offs (SRWare Iron or Flock, anyone?). … Continue reading

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BattlePaint is an addictive geometric shooter game

In BattlePaint, you play a cube. In fact, you’re not even a cube — just a square. But boy, are you fast! And you can shoot in all directions. That’s important, because there are baddies coming in from all over … Continue reading

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Is Find My Mac Coming to OSX Lion? [Unconfirmed]

Cant remember if you left your MBP with Kandalaria or Sauceray? Well, you’re in luck! It looks like a Mac-specific version of the popular Find My iPhone app, which locates and locks your iOS device remotely, could roll out with … Continue reading

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Ask Engadget: best network backup solution for multiple computers?

We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget question is coming to us from Steve, who seems to be proving the College … Continue reading

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It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Gets Hacked

After suffering a massive network failure for more than a week, Sony’s PlayStation division had the distinct pleasure of revealing to users it had been hacked — deep and hard — by cybercriminals who may have been able to pilfer … Continue reading

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Amped Wireless’ UA600EX adapter quadruples your laptop’s WiFi range when you’re on a boat

For every gadget you can use on land, there has to be one you can use at sea, right? Just in time for yachting season, Amped Wireless released the weatherproof UA600EX High Power Wireless-N 600mW Pro USB Adapter, which promises … Continue reading

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Security firm RSA attacked using Excel-Flash one-two sucker punch

It has emerged that the underlying cause of RSA’s SecurID gaffe was the recently-reported zero-day vulnerability found in Adobe’s Flash Player. The exploit, which used specially-crafted Flash embedding in Excel spreadsheets, was first reported on March 15 and has since … Continue reading

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Microsoft files antitrust complaint against Google in Europe, showdown imminent

Microsoft, citing Google’s tyrannical 95% share of the European search market, has lodged a formal complaint with the European Commission. It’s not like Microsoft is breaking any ground here — the European Commission has been investigating Google’s alleged violation of … Continue reading

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Amped Wireless’ UA600EX adapter quadruples your laptop’s WiFi range when you’re on a boat

For every gadget you can use on land, there has to be one you can use at sea, right? Just in time for yachting season, Amped Wireless released the weatherproof UA600EX High Power Wireless-N 600mW Pro USB Adapter, which promises … Continue reading

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Google’s Secret Class System [Video]

Life in the Googleplex has a fairy tale allure: gourmet food! Ski trips! Giant dessert statues popping up out of nowhere every six months! And if working for the company seems like some alternaworld fantasy dreamscape, well, it kind of … Continue reading

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