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  • News: Chinese competition pushes Zambian mobile plant to brink of closure

    Zambia's only mobile phone manufacturing company, M-mobile Telecommunications (M-Tech), is on the brink of closure as it faces growing competition from China.

  • News: 28% don't know what cloud computing is

    The outcome of our poll showed that nearly two in five (38%) people didn't want to make the switch to cloud computing because "it seems like a waste of time".

  • News: Apple TV set project 'being led by iTunes creator'

    Apple's plans to create an internet-connected television set are being led by the man who created iTunes, according to a report.

  • News: Offshoring and Security: IT Managers, Network Admins Divided on Risk

    A recent survey reveals that more than one-third of respondents whose companies offshore IT said the practice makes their organization less secure, while the same proportion said the opposite. Overall satisfaction with offshore results overall may explain the discrepancy.

  • News: ViewSonic Debuts 7-Inch Android Tablet Selling for $200

    ViewSonic has unveiled the ViewPad 7e, a 7-inch Android tablet that retails for $200. The company is touting the tablet as a content consumption device that’s great for surfing, reading and mobile entertainment.

  • News: Hacking Apple's Siri: Not So Easy

    Hackers looking to port Apple's Siri digital assistant to iOS devices other than the iPhone 4S claim to have a rudimentary version of Siri running on the original iPad. Twitter user Jackoplane recently posted screenshots online showing Siri fully integrated into the iPad's operating system. The only problems is Siri can't do much on the iPad right now since most of Siri's processing takes place on Apple servers. Similar to the version of Siri on the iPhone 4 that hacker Steve Troughton-Smith had up and running earlier in October, the iPad doesn't appear to be able to interface with Apple's servers.

  • News: 5 tech pros companies want to hire

    Networking pros are among the top five tech professionals that companies want to hire, according to Robert Half Technology.

  • News: Group: New version of PROTECT IP may target legal sites

    An upcoming version of U.S. legislation designed to combat copyright infringement on the Web may include provisions that hold online services such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube legally responsible for infringing material posted by users, according to one group opposed to the bill.

  • News: Over 500 Silicon Roundabout jobs up for grabs

    More than 500 jobs will be showcased at Silicon Milkroundabout, a jobs fair for the London start-up community, which is taking place this Sunday.

  • Blue Microphones Snowflake makes chat cool

    For those who like to chat, being able to orate into a speaker sitting on front of you, rather than muttering into your beard, is a boon. The Snowflake condensing microphone sits unobtrusively on your desk while you share your thoughts and record them for posterity.

  • News: LinkedIn Tip: Why You Need a Mentor and How to Find One

    New research from LinkedIn finds that women aren't reaching their full potential by seeking out or becoming a mentor. Here's a look at why, plus tips for how you can find and initiate a fruitful relationship.

  • News: Digimon Masters MMORPG Launches Today

    Longtime Pokémon rival Digimon gets its first massively multiplayer 3D online outing starting from today, and you can play for free.

  • News: Android Overtakes iOS in App Downloads

    The Android operating system now leads in total app downloads, another benchmark in the race to dominate the smartphone market, according to ABI Research.

  • News: IBM turns up Watson-like natural language healthcare analytics

    IBM today said it was rolling out software that will help doctors and insurance companies reduce costs by better analyzing and managing huge amount of patient data.

  • News: Spammers create their own URL shortening services

    Spammers have created their own services to shorten URLs (uniform resource locators) in an apparent attempt to circumvent security measures in place at well-known shortening websites, according to Symantec.

  • Opinion: Battlefield 3's Pretty, Messy, Tedious Solo Campaign

    Before we get into it, a few Battlefield 3 play notes: I'm running the Xbox 360 version, because that arrived first, and the PC version's still downloading from EA's Origin servers this morning. The 360 version comes on two DVDs: one for solo play, the other for multiplayer. Nothing to sniff about, but plan on installing the high-definition texture pack to your hard disk if you want stuff like the signs to be legible or the zigzag tread on tires to look like they'd pass legal muster. If you want to see the difference between "standard" and "high definition," there's a helpful video here.

  • News: New Service Connects BlackBerry to Office 365

    BlackBerry smartphones are a staple of mobile communications for many businesses, but some of the key productivity features have not been available to small and medium businesses. RIM is solving that, though, with the introduction of BlackBerry Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365.

  • News: Vodacom dispute with Congolese Wireless a setback for expansion plans

    Following years of dispute with Congolese Wireless Network, South Africa's Vodacom is now exiting the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) market, while searching for other regional markets in which to invest.

  • News: Bluetooth 4.0 Becomes 'Smart': What It Means For You

    Bluetooth 4.0, which can be found inside the iPhone 4S and the latest MacBook Air and Mac Mini, is being rebranded by the group that controls the technology. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced that Bluetooth 4.0 devices would be called Bluetooth Smart Ready and Bluetooth Smart, in order to differentiate the type of products featuring the technology.

  • News: Garmin introduces app, iPhone adapter for amateur athletes

    Garmin International on Tuesday unveiled two new products—an app, and a piece of hardware—to help amateur athletes better track their progress.


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