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  • News: New Dropbox learns to show and share

    Dropbox, the Internet-hosted file-synchronization service, updated its desktop, mobile, and Web app software on Monday to allow any file or folder stored in a user’s sync folder to be shared with other people via a Web-accessible link. The shared files and folders make use of Web-based previewing that allows images, videos, and documents to be viewed, heard, or paged-through without an external application, as well as simply downloaded.

  • News: Skype for Windows Phone Omits Key Features

    A year after it bought Skype, Microsoft released a version of the popular Internet calling service for Windows Phone devices that is half baked. Skype for Windows Phone shed its beta label this weekend, but even for enthusiastic users, the app could be a deal-breaker for its lack of background calling ability and its incompatibility with lower-end handsets.

  • News: CS Enrollments on the Rise, Up 10% in 2011-12

    Interest in computer science continues to grow among undergraduate students, who pushed enrollments up nearly 10% in the 2011-2012 academic year, marking the fourth straight year of increases.

  • News: Most IT and security professionals see Anonymous as serious threat to their companies

    The majority of IT and security professionals believe that Anonymous and hacktivists are among the groups that are most likely to attack their organizations during the next six months, according to the results of a survey sponsored by security vendor Bit9.

  • News: 7 programming myths -- busted!

    Even among people as logical and rational as software developers, you should never underestimate the power of myth. Some programmers will believe what they choose to believe against all better judgment.

  • Feature: Best Android smartphones 2012 round-up

    Our round-up of the best and most exciting Android smartphones which you will be able to get your hands on this year.

  • News: Infor prepares to roll out 'Mongoose' development platform

    Infor is moving into the PaaS (platform as a service) market with an offering called Mongoose that is based on its long-standing internal IDE (integrated development environment), the company announced Monday during the Inforum conference in Denver.

  • News: Infor aims at global ERP deployments with new Local.ly platform

    Infor is planning to release a new platform called Local.ly that will allow customers of its ERP (enterprise resource planning) software to provide country-specific statutory reporting and accounting in a manner that will survive future upgrades to the core application, the company announced Monday during its Inforum conference in Denver.

  • News: E-voting System Declares Wrong Winners in Fla.

    An optical-scan vote-tallying system, now used by some 300 U.S. municipalities, misreported the results of an election in Palm Beach County, Fla., last month.

  • News: The upside of shadow IT

    First, a scary statistic: Gartner predicts that in less than three years, 35% of enterprise IT expenditures will happen outside of the corporate IT budget. Employees will regularly subscribe to collaboration, analytic and other cloud services they want, all with the press of a button. Others will simply build their own applications using readily available cloud-based tools and development platforms.

  • News: European Central Bank calls for feedback on internet payments security advice

    The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched a public consultation on its recommendations for security measures on internet payments as part of the fight against online fraud.

  • News: Tory MP calls for RIPA powers to be revoked

    Conservative party MP David Davis has said that the powers of intelligence, surveillance and interception granted in the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) should be revoked.

  • Opinion: Games With A Cause (And Not Much Else)

    Earlier this month we saw the launch of the beta for SuperBetter, an online game that promises to help you recover from injuries faster or raise your general level of health through daily “quests” and other game-related activities. SuperBetter is the brainchild of Jane McGonigal, the author of Reality is Broken, and one of the leading advocates behind the Games for Change movement. But SuperBetter and Games for Change in general have a dirty secret: they’re not very fun.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Viper Now on Sprint Shelves

    Sprint customers won't be able to run at blazing fast speeds yet but will be able to take advantage of Near Field Communications technology with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the LG Viper now in stores.

  • News: Adobe launches Creative Suite 6 alongside new Creative Cloud subscription service

    The suspense is over.

  • News: Symantec Revamps Website Trust Program

    Cyber security company Symantec plans to formally announce Monday a new trust program for websites under the name Norton Secured Seal.

  • News: Adobe Creative Suite 6 and Creative Cloud: What you need to know

    There's been a whole lot of buzz around Adobe Creative Suite 6 lately, and even if you're familiar with the basic concept of Adobe's huge application bundle catering to artists, graphic designers, photographers, Web designers and developers, videographers, and a host of related professions, CS6 can be a swiftly shifting landscape, especially if you factor in the new Creative Cloud offering.

  • News: Adobe offers Creative Suite, Creative Cloud for students and teachers

    Acknowledging the critical role of digital media in the classroom, Adobe has launched the Adobe Creative Cloud Student and Teacher Edition and the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Student and Teacher Edition, both targeted to educational institutions, teachers, and students worldwide.

  • News: Adobe Creative Suite 6 launch propels design, Web, and video apps onto center stage

    With the launch of Creative Suite 6 (CS6), Adobe has realigned, tightened, and refocused its collection of software and targeted bundles into four disciplined groups. With Photoshop CS6 at the helm, CS6 reflects the updated, streamlined, real-world workflow of many creative operations. Adobe has long acknowledged that print and online creative projects were converging, and this version of Creative Suite demonstrates that.

  • News: New Lenovo ThinkPad Laptops Will Ditch The Classic Keyboard

    ThinkPads have long set the gold standard for laptop keyboards, but recent Lenovo laptop models and leaked photos of upcoming ThinkPads indicate the legendary, classic ThinkPad keyboards are being replaced with a more trendy chicklet-style design.

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