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  • News: Oracle Fusion Applications are finally generally available

    Oracle's Fusion Applications are finally generally available to all customers, the company announced Wednesday at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco as part of the most extensive public demonstration of the long-awaited software to date.

  • News: Openworld: TomTom integrates mapping technology into Oracle business apps

    TomTom, the satellite navigation (SatNav) device maker, has announced the integration of its mapping technology into Oracle’s business applications.

  • News: Tesco Bank slams brakes on system migration after major IT failure

    Tesco has dramatically slowed down a major system migration programme at its Tesco Bank unit, following severe problems in June that locked out customers from their accounts for three days.

  • News: One fifth of BlackBerry users to switch to iPhone 4S - survey

    Plenty of UK consumers still plan to buy the iPhone 4S, even though it isn't the iPhone 5, according to a survey.

  • News: LTE-capable iPhone 5 'to arrive late 2012 or mid-2013'

    Apple will launch an LTE-capable handset just as soon as an affordable, thinner chipset solution is available, analyst house IHS iSuppli has said.

  • News: Google+ APIs get beefed up

    After releasing an initial set of basic APIs for Google+, the company is exposing more functions that external developers can access for the tools and applications they build for the social networking site.

  • Opinion: Profiles in Geekdom: Ben Huh, Cheezburger Network

    If you browse the Web frequently and still haven't chuckled at a lolcat, the "O RLY?" owl, or an epic fail photo, where have you been? The popularity of cute, funny, or weird photos with bold white captions has exploded. While these sorts of memes can be found on various websites, the biggest group of meme sites is the Cheezburger Network.

  • Opinion: Siri: FAQs About the iPhone 4s Personal Assistant

    Apple baked in iOS 5 a surprise feature that allows you to have a conversation with your phone. It's called Siri: a voice-enabled personal assistant feature that uses the built-in Apple apps on an iPhone to find the information you ask it for. Here's what you need to know about Siri:

  • News: Laggard to leader: What it takes to get there

    How do organizations move from lagging in their IT security program to leading? They must put an effective strategy in place, consistently meet that strategy, and have good visibility into the security events in their infrastructure. Looks good on paper, but how do you get there? CISOs say it boils down to executive vision and support.

  • News: FIFA 12 Enjoys Most Successful Launch in EA Sports History

    EA's soccer sim FIFA 12 has enjoyed a huge amount of success worldwide, with an estimated 3.2 million copies sold in less than a week.

  • News: What Does the $35 Tablet Mean for You?

    A long time ago I wrote about the $35 tablet PC. The Indian government revealed the initial concept prototype in July of 2010. Now--approximately 15 months later--it seems that the tablet is a reality…at least in India. Don't expect to find any $35 tablets here in the United States, though.

  • News: Just how boring was that Titans-Browns NFL game? Researchers say Twitter knows

    Fans of the National Football League have plenty to be excited about so far in Houston this year, with the hometown Texans off to a 3-1 start. But just how excited are they and other NFL fans? New software from Houston’s Rice University and Motorola Mobility Applied Research Center can figure that all out using the millions of Tweets sent by fans during games.

  • News: Apple iPhone 4S price: £499

    The Apple iPhone 4S will cost £499 in the UK.

  • Opinion: Batman Arkham City's 'Controversial' Perfect 10

    "Stop being jerks, jerks," reads the headline of an op-ed blog, just up, by the author of a "world exclusive" Batman: Arkham City review in Oz's version of Official PlayStation Magazine. In the op-ed, the writer offers a blunt response to allegations he was somehow bribed to give the game a perfect one-zero (out of 10). He's torqued off, and he wants us to know why.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Ressurects Zune -- Again

    Microsoft can't make up its mind on whether Zune hardware is dead or alive -- or at least that's the way it looks after a series of conflicting messages over the last couple days.

  • News: TechAmerica: US IT industry adds jobs in 2011

    The U.S. technology industry added 115,000 jobs in the first half of 2011, nearly erasing job losses in the sector during 2010, according to a new report from the TechAmerica Foundation.

  • News: iPod classic remains on sale - for now

    One announcement that we had expected to hear at yesterday's iPhone 4S event was notable by its absence - the death of the iPod classic.

  • News: Zambian president looks into Zamtel sale to Libya

    Zambia's new president, Michael Sata, has formed a committee to investigate the controversial sale of the Zambia Telecommunications Company (Zamtel) to Libya's LAP Green Networks.

  • News: FAQ: Hello, iPhone 4S

    Apple shredded prognosticators' reputations yesterday -- it'll be the iPhone 5, it'll have a bigger screen, it'll be only on Sprint -- when the company finally pulled off the wraps covering the first new iPhone in 16 months.

  • News: Sprint could get 2M upgrades to iPhone 4S

    Sprint has a lot to gain by selling the new iPhone 4S starting Oct. 14, including new customers attracted to Sprint's unlimited data plans and up to 2 million existing customers likely to upgrade to Apple's latest smartphone.

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