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  • News: CIO Role: Is IT Facing a Leadership Crisis?

    David Reynolds wants to be a CIO, and the 35-year-old systems manager for the Rhode Island Blood Center may well be on his way.

  • News: Hard to fully assess Duqu threat yet, researchers say

    As new information about the Duqu continues to come out, some experts are starting to question whether the danger from the trojan has been exaggerated.

  • News: Google readies Google+ for push into the enterprise

    Google looks close to unleashing Google+ on the enterprise.

  • News: Google Mobile Search Ads Can Expand Your Local Reach

    For small businesses, Google's new mobile search advertising features can increase the ROI of your ads by targeting local customers. To get started with mobile search engine ads, optimizing your company website for smartphones is the first step. Using your paid search dollars to bring in those clients is next, and Google is making it much easier for small businesses.

  • News: BlizzCon 2011: Diablo 3 is Free to WoW Subscribers

    If you're following BlizzCon news this week, there's only a 1% chance that you've never been a World of Warcraft subscriber. Or maybe you simply hit the level cap and took a break. Regardless, if you've had an inactive account or simply haven't tried the world's most popular MMO yet, there's an incentive for you to get back in the game.

  • News: Is Doom 4 Dead?

    An inside source tells Kotaku that id Software's Doom 4 is "postponed indefinitely." This news comes shortly after the release of id's first-person shooter, Rage, which allegedly has a lot to do with Doom 4 being put on the backburner.

  • News: Golden Joystick Awards Announced, No Surprises Among Winners

    The UK-based GamesMaster Golden Joystick Awards have been running for 29 years now, making them one of the most long-running award ceremonies in the industry. They're also one of the few events where the winners are determined exclusively by the public rather than industry representatives, making them a good indication of what the people actually playing the games think is worthy of note.

  • News: Uptime Institute kicks off server roundup contest

    The Uptime Institute has launched its first Server Roundup Contest to encourage data center operators to retire obsolete servers and reduce their energy consumption.

  • News: Christina Hendricks and Sean Faris Star in Need for Speed: The Run

    The Frostbite 2-powered Need for Speed: The Run game is looking thoroughly ridiculous, what with its chaotic high speed chases, Heavy Rain-style QTE sequences and movie-like atmosphere. And EA's sparing no expense on the game's cinematic presentation, either, as we learn today that two high profile actors are taking on the lead roles in the game.

  • Opinion: How to Sync Your Android Phone or Tablet with iTunes

    It's not uncommon to have iOS and Android users living under the same roof. Indeed, perhaps you've been an iPod owner for many users, but recently decided to pick up an Android-powered smartphone or tablet. Now the question becomes, how do you sync your iTunes music and playlists with your Android device?

  • News: iPhone powers growth in Verizon smartphone sales

    The iPhone is helping Verizon Wireless make big strides in the smartphone retail business--so much so that it appears to be catching up to AT&T's head start selling the Apple device.

  • News: Complete guide to FileVault 2 in Lion

    Encrypting your Mac's entire hard drive--making it unreadable to anyone who doesn't have the correct encryption key (a sort of software passcode)--is a perfectly marvelous idea to maintain the privacy of your data. However, Full Disk Encryption (FDE) should meet three criteria. First, you shouldn't have to manage a single setting--the encryption processes should be invisible and seamless while you use your computer. Second, the encryption has to be impregnable to unauthorized access. Third, using encryption should not slow down the computer's normal functions.

  • News: Security roundup for Oct. 21: Duqu for you; Google Apps in LA; researching smartphones

    Symantec last week was the first to get the word out about Duqu, the newly discovered network espionage malware designed to go after industrial control systems. It was quickly dubbed "Son of Stuxnet" by the media, and Symantec said 50% of the code base seems to be the same used in Stuxnet.

  • News: Sprint cutting unlimited 4G data plans

    Sprint Nextel is ending unlimited data plans for all devices except smartphones, bringing the era of all-you-can-eat mobile data in the U.S. nearer to a close.

  • News: Government seeks G-cloud suppliers

    The government is looking for suppliers for the very early stages of its much talked about G-cloud framework for cloud computing.

  • News: Forrester: Tech Changes to Expect in Next 3 Years

    Business Intelligence tools, mobile apps and cloud application platforms are areas that will evolve and create significantly more business value between today and 2014, according to a new Forrester report on enterprise technology trends.

  • Opinion: Prefer Open Source? Join the Crowd

    If ever there was a year to demonstrate why open source software is a smart choice for businesses, 2011 has surely been it.

  • News: XIII's Return Isn't a First-Person Shooter

    The return of Belgian amnesiac secret agent XIII looks markedly different from its shooter predecessor.

  • News: Google slips a sneak peak at Gmail redesign

    Google seems to have accidentally given users a preview of an upcoming Gmail redesign.

  • Opinion: Doctor Who? Could Be You

    If you practice saying "Come along, Pond" in the mirror a lot, then let ThinkGeek scratch your itch with a spot-on replica of the jacket worn by Matt Smith on the BBC's Doctor Who. As the "11th Doctor" on the long-running series, Smith sports a smart (if nerdy) tweed jacket as he romps around through time and space conquering evil.


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