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TRANSCRIPT–Bill Gates and Steve Jobs at D5

<i>Following is a transcript of the interview Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg conducted with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Apple CEO Steve Jobs at</i> …

Jailbreaking: Here's Why I Hated It

I had reached the point to where, when I turned on a device, I just wanted it to work. I didn’t want things to break so that I could find out how to fix them. I no longer wanted to play with my phone, my computer or my iPad. They were tools, to be used to complete a job. Sometimes they are in use …

CCNA Routing and Switching

Ten Reasons to Get CCNA Routing & Switching Certified<p>A successful career in networking starts with CCNA Routing & Switching.<p>Learn More<p>Overview<p>As Enterprises migrate toward controller based architectures, the role and skills required of a core network engineer are evolving and more vital than ever. …

Press Release | The Network

<b>SAN JOSE, Calif., March 26, 2013</b> – Continuing its commitment to deliver job-ready training, best practices and the most up-to-date information on the latest networking solutions, Cisco today announced a redesign of the Cisco® associate-level certification programs and the evolution of the CCNA® …

Pentagon says DoD can start using Knox-enabled Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung’s Knox security software gained a little bit more legitimacy today when the Department of Defense approved Samsung Galaxy S4’s running the protections for use in the government.<p>Getting your phone into the hands of Pentagon employees is likely not the easiest task. The Knox software keeps …

How to Recreate These 3 Popular Photographic Filters in Photoshop

‘The best laid plans of mice and men' as the old adage goes – how many times have you set you camera up to take that spectacular scene in front of …

What Really Happens When a Fuji X100s "Syncs" at 1/4000th of a Sec

For leaf-shutter flash geeks only: high-speed Phantom v1610 video of a Fuji X100s shutter not-quite-really syncing at 1/4000th of a sec.<p>Sorry, I know …

Stars Reveal Their Bodies: See This Week's Most Dangerous Outfits (PHOTOS)

In our weekly edition of Dangerous Outfits, we offer an alternate view of Kelly Osbourne's sheer dress from this week's CLEO Magazine launch (you know, the one that landed her on our "Worst-Dressed" round-up this week) -- Kelly took a fashion risk that might have just paid off. We also praise the …

PlayStation 4 lead architect reveals secrets behind Sony's next console

Mark Cerny explains the technical philosophy that informs the PS4's design<p>When Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 two months ago, many were impressed to see Mark Cerny fronting the presentation as lead system architect; the industry veteran first made his name by designing the classic <i>Marble Madness</i> at …

Macro Photos of Animal Eyes

We’ve already featured the incredible macro photography of Suren Manvelyan before, showcasing his series on human eyes as well as his original series …

Why you should move that button 3px to the left

When a product is close to launch, I become a perfectionist. Each misaligned element or awkward interaction is like a thorn in my side. There’ll be a …

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Google Apps hit with partial outage for some users

If you can’t access your Gmail this morning, don’t worry, since it’s not just you. Google has reported that some of its services are experiencing a …

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 official US launch details confirmed

Samsung’s GALAXY S 4 will be available across seven US carriers in April, with a range of accessories, the company has confirmed today, bringing the …

Google's Big Chinese Competitor, Baidu, Is Setting Up Shop In Google's Backyard

There, Baidu will be trying to build computers that mimic the human brain, thinking and learning like humans do, reports Wired's Daniela Hernandez.<p>Baidu is certainly not alone in the quest for more human-like computers. Google is obviously working on this too. About five months ago, Google nabbed …