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Samsung's Galaxy NotePro 12.2, Galaxy TabPro 10.1 and 8.4 go on sale February 13

Samsung's newest Galaxy tablets go on sale this month, and they're packing hefty price tags. The company has announced pricing and availability for the Galaxy NotePro 12.2 and Galaxy TabPro 12.2, 10.1, and 8.4 models, four new tablets it unveiled at CES that are aimed at business users.

The Galaxy NotePro 12.2 will cost you $750 for the 32GB model and $850 for the 64GB option. Samsung's Galaxy TabPro 12.2-inch model comes with 32GB of storage and will set you back $650. The TabPro 10.1 costs $500 for 16GB, while … Read more

The 404 1,415: Where we watch you while you sleep (podcast)

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Why one man watched every episode of "Law & Order" and took over 11,000 screenshots.

- Every fake URL on "Law & Order."

- Pebble Steel Review: The first smartwatch worth wearing.

- South Korea's online craze, "Watch me eat."Read more

Review: Ezy Invoice helps small businesses manage products, transactions, & customers

Ezy Invoice helps you handle purchases, customers, products, invoices, transactions, and other relevant information and documents crucial to your business. It lets you store all information in organized databases, which are easy to access.

This program's free version limits you to only six customers and ten items in your inventory, which probably won't be enough for most businesses. It also doesn't allow multiuser network connections to a database. On first launch, the program's built-in wizard guides you through the process of creating a new database for your business. You'll be asked to provide different information, … Read more

AT&T to offer $5 LTE day pass

AT&T to offer $5 LTE day pass:

In this episode of Update:

- $5 LTE day-pass from AT&T gets you 250MB. But is that enough?

- Pre-order PS4 games right now! Or just wait, there doesn't seem to be an incentive to pay early.

- Hulu is making its way to the 3DS family.

- Tip calculation is now worked into Google's search functionality.

- Swiftkey 4.3 brings with it some impressive keyboard relocation features.

CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under three minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for … Read more

Review: Make global commerce your business with BS1 Enterprise Accounting

David Software's BS1 Enterprise Accounting can handle multiple currencies and manage everything from payrolls to international shipping. It can perform sales analysis, create financial statements, manage inventories, and even print shipping labels. BS1 Enterprise Accounting isn't cheap, but you can try it free for 30 days.

BS1's setup screen let us choose between viewing sample company data or setting up our own company. We chose a sample company from BS1's database menu. When the user interface opened, we expected bells and whistles, but BS1's compact console proves that less can be more. In its everyday, … Read more

Court: No warrant needed to search cell phone records

No search warrant is required if law enforcement wants to track your whereabouts through your cell phone records.

At least, that was the ruling handed down by the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans on Tuesday, according to The Wall Street Journal. Overturning an order by a federal judge in Houston, the Appeals Court found that your cell phone records actually belong to your carrier and are not protected by a probable cause standard as outlined in the Fourth Amendment.

Authorities must still get a court order to carry out a search of cell phone records. … Read more

Apple to cut iPhone orders for rest of year, claims analyst

Apple may trim its iPhone build orders for the rest of 2013, at least according to a new report from analyst Peter Misek.

In an investors note released Sunday, Misek said Apple has already revised its build plans. iPhone orders for the calendar third quarter will be cut to 25 million to 30 million from 40 million to 45 million previously. And orders for the fourth quarter will drop to 50 million to 55 million from 60 million to 65 million.

Why the downturn? The analyst cited a few reasons, mostly notably iPhone inventory checks at the stores of three … Read more

'Arrested Development' fan re-edits Season 4 in new order

With the release of 15 new episodes of "Arrested Development" on Netflix, one of the show's fans has taken it upon himself to re-edit the entire season in what he calls "chronological order." He has released downloadable episodes of his version of the show on Reddit via Mega.

Going by the name morphinapg, this fan took apart all the episodes and then put them back together again for a different interpretation of Season 4. He added new titles, like "Take to the Sea," "Get Away, Getaway," and "The Fantastic Four," along with different summaries for each episode.… Read more

The 404 1,266: Where our boss fights are anticlimactic (podcast)

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Wolfenstein: The New Order set for current, next-gen consoles.

- How a 17-year-old girl hacked her way to a spoiler-free "Game of Thrones."

- Downloadify lets Chrome users copy MP3s of Spotify songs for 24 hours.

- Nintendo's big problem, according to CNN.… Read more

Obama signs long-awaited cybersecurity executive order

President Obama invoked the pageantry of his State of the Union address this evening to announce a long-anticipated executive order on cybersecurity, a move that caps months of discussions with technology companies and could reduce pressure on Congress to move forward with controversial new legislation.

The order will "strengthen our cyber defenses by increasing information sharing, and developing standards to protect our national security, our jobs, and our privacy," Obama said.

Obama's executive order doesn't propose new and potentially onerous regulations targeting private businesses, which Democrats had proposed in their unsuccessful legislation last year. It also … Read more