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Word has it that the high-flying Wi-Fi balloons may be trying to tap into 4G LTE while sailing above the desert.
While Microsoft has yet to issue a permanent patch for a known exploit, the code could become widely available to cybercriminals after being integrated into an open-source testing tool.
Today we'll pay tribute to the lost era of computer magazines with the news of PCWorld shuttering its print division. We'll stay in the past with a collection of sounds gone extinct, and play a couple of new listener voicemails.
After a manual for the "IdeaPad A10" is put on the Web, Lenovo confirms that it's planning to release this new 10.1-inch laptop that runs Android instead of Windows.
A report from 9to5Mac claims that Google will be opening its own permanent stores in the US by the end of 2013.
An ad for its 840 EVO Series Solid State Drive gets Reddit posters in an enormous tizzy, after one of the actors allegedly explains his role.
Acer is waiting for the next version of Windows RT before it decides whether to launch a tablet running that OS.
Like to read? Digital newsstand Zinio's offering up five free magazine subscriptions from its tech and science section. Dem's a lot of words.
A political party in Switzerland believes that PowerPoint and other presentation software costs the nation more than $2 billion in lost productivity.
A Microsoft job listing hints that a new Xbox will launch within 18 months.