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Qantas to provide wireless iPad entertainment on 767s

Australia's premier airline, Qantas, will provide an iPad to each and every passenger on its fleet of Boeing 767s, beaming free in-flight entertainment using what it dubs its "QStreaming" technology.
Rik Myslewski, 21 Jul 2012

Office Web App upgrade adds long-needed features

Coming on the heels of Microsoft's Office 2013 announcement, Redmond has launched a new version of its browser-based Office Web Apps, which are available now to SkyDrive users who join the preview program.
Neil McAllister, 21 Jul 2012
Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall Of The Samurai

Ten... PC games you may have missed

Product Round-upIt's been pretty dry – unlike the British weather – for big title PC games since October, Star Wars (now free to play) and Diablo being the only exceptions. With the amount of time people are spending indoors this summer, I am surprised gaming companies aren't rushing titles out in hopes of seeing the money pour in.
Lucy Orr, 21 Jul 2012
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Sky Go streams to Samsung Galaxy S III

Sky's TV-on-the-move app, Go, is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S III as well as a range of other Android 4.0 handsets after the broadcaster announced support for Ice Cream Sandwich.
Caleb Cox, 21 Jul 2012

Yes, yes, the Olympics are near. But what'll happen to its IT afterwards?

British schoolchildren will be among those receiving computer networking gear liberated from London's Olympic park once the competition is over, said Cisco.
Anna Leach, 21 Jul 2012

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