Jared Newman

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Apple AirPlay in Your TV? Rumor Has It.

Apple’s modest foray into the living room could get a lot more serious if the company expands its AirPlay service to televisions.

Currently, AirPlay only supports streaming audio for third-party devices. This allows users to play their iTunes libraries through stereo systems from partnering companies, such as Bowers & Wilkins and …

The Smartphones and Tablets of CTIA 2011 You Should Know About

With the smartphone and tablet markets booming, 2011 is a great time to have a wireless industry trade show. Press releases from CTIA 2011 flowed as soon as the week began, with device makers and wireless carriers flexing their muscles and hyping up their latest gadgets. Here’s a quick look at the biggest smartphones and tablets to debut …

RIM Blackberry Playbook Priced and Dated; Questions Remain

Research in Motion’s Blackberry Playbook will start at $499 when it launches on April 19, but we’re still missing a few details on the 7-inch tablet.

The Playbook is RIM’s first shot at the tablet market. It has similar processing power to Apple’s iPad 2, but comes in a size that’s more like Amazon’s Kindle, trading a larger screen …

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 Announced, Priced

Here’s a first for iPad rivals: Samsung not only announced a pair of Android tablets on Tuesday, it also revealed prices and a release date at the same time.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 will cost $499 for a 16 GB model and $599 for a 32 GB model with Wi-Fi — same as comparable iPad 2 configurations — when it launches on June 8. This …

Intuit Glitch Results in Tax Return of Your Dreams

Ever get a tax return that seemed a little too good to be true? Imagine how Huron, Ohio resident Denise Bossetti felt when the state promised her $200 million.

Bossetti was reportedly one of 9,700 Ohio residents to receive outrageously inflated tax returns, thanks to an incorrectly-formatted data field in Intuit’s ProSeries and …

How to Update the eHow Website

eHow wants you to know that it’s not just a purveyor of churned-out SEO spam. To that end, parent company Demand Media has redesigned the eHow website to focus on quality content.

The redesign uses a bright-green color scheme instead of sickly blue, with colorful banners announcing the category of each featured article. Dare I say it, …

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