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  • News: ACE fiber-optic cable lands in Sierra Leone

    The Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine cable Monday landed in Sierra Leone, an event hailed by President Ernest Koroma as opening the country to the world, with the promise of providing job opportunities and reducing the cost of communications when it becomes operational.

  • News: MTN ups stake in Rwandacell to counter Airtel competition

    Africa's largest mobile operator, MTN, has increased its stake in Rwandacell to 80 percent in a bid to consolidate its operations after the Rwandan government awarded rival operator Airtel an operating license.

  • News: Beware of the iCloud

    ICloud, Apple's new cloud storage service, which officially launches this week, is an iPad/iPhone lover's dream and IT security professional's nightmare.

  • News: Facebook finally unveils Apple iPad app

    After months of anticipation, Facebook finally released its first app for the iPad.

  • News: Cray building $97 million supercomputer for U.S.

    Cray was awarded a $97 million contract to build a supercomputer that could potentially deliver up to 20 petaflops of peak performance, or 20 quadrillion floating operations per second, to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

  • News: China's Tencent launches English version of Twitter-like service

    Chinese Internet giant Tencent has launched an English language interface to its popular microblogging service, putting the company in closer competition with Twitter.

  • News: Roku Debuts $50 Streaming Device Named the LT

    Roku's assault on the Apple TV and other streaming set-top boxes continues with its cheapest device yet, the $50 Roku LT.

  • News: New EU law to remove online sales headache

    The days of European online shoppers getting the message “this product is not available in your country” could be numbered.

  • News: Study: After surge, Google+ traffic falls back

    Google+ traffic has deflated after a temporary spike following Google's decision to open up the social networking site to everyone, according to data analytics company Chitika.

  • News: BlackBerry outages hit Europe, Middle East and Asia

    Some BlackBerry users throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia experienced outages or delays for about 12 hours Monday, and appeared to be experiencing a second outage today, according to Twitter feeds from carriers in the U.K. and Egypt and other reports.

  • News: Jobs died due to respiratory arrest, cancer

    Apple co-founder and longtime CEO Steve Jobs died last week from respiratory arrest related a recurrence of pancreatic cancer that spread to other organs, according to a copy of his death certificate made public yesterday.

  • News: Cellphone subscriptions outnumber people in U.S.

    The CTIA has released survey data that shows the number of wireless subscriber connections now outnumbers the U.S. population, adding up to a wireless penetration rate of 103.9%.

  • News: IBM buying cluster company Platform Computing

    Extending its expertise in the field of high performance computing (HPC), IBM is acquiring cluster computing software vendor Platform Computing, the companies announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • Opinion: Brighten Unwanted Shadows in Your Photos

    Despite what your camera might have told you, there's no such thing as the "perfect exposure." Unless you're taking a picture of a completely uniform scene (like a wall that's been painted a single color), every combination of shutter speed and aperture is invariably going to favor one part of the photo over another. So even if you learn the basics of exposure using an online camera simulator and go on to master the hidden potential of your camera's Program mode, odds are good that everything won't be properly exposed.

  • News: Government website count whittled down to 444

    Some 376 government websites have been closed in the last 12 months, the Cabinet Office has revealed.

  • News: Apple to Hold Memorial Service for Steve Jobs

    Apple will hold a memorial service for Steve Jobs on Oct. 19 in an amphitheater at the company’s corporate headquarters, CEO Tim Cook told employees in a company-wide e-mail.

  • News: Bristol gears up for fantastic open source project

    Bristol City Council is set to begin work on a major open source project, following a meeting called by the Cabinet Office.

  • How-Tos: How to reinstall Windows

    Your PC keeps locking up and nothing in tech support or online forums suggest fixes the problem. It may be time to reinstall Windows. We provide a simple guide, plus advice on how to avoid future disasters.

  • News: Fearing damage, Microsoft moved data after Japan earthquake

    Microsoft undertook a sizable data migration project following Japan's earthquake in March, fearing that one of its data centers could become dysfunctional because of aftershocks.

  • News: Why the iPhone 3GS Is Apple's Secret Weapon

    Last week was a huge week for Apple. First the iPhone 4S was unveiled and met with criticism that it wasn't an iPhone 5. Then Steve Jobs passed away. Then Apple and its wireless providers shattered previous records by pre-selling a million of the "disappointing" iPhone 4Ss on Friday. One thing that didn't seem to get the attention it deserves is the iPhone 3GS.



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