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  • News: RIM to unify phones, PlayBook under BBX OS

    Research In Motion introduced a common platform for smartphones, the PlayBook tablet and embedded systems under the QNX operating system on Tuesday, calling it BBX.

  • News: Congress wants answers on Amazon Silk privacy

    A Massachusetts congressman has asked Amazon.com to spell out whether and how its upcoming Silk browser will collect information from users when the retail giant launches its Kindle tablet next month.

  • News: Batman: Arkham City Gets PC Release Date, November 18

    Everyone who isn't playing Batman: Arkham City right now doesn't know what they're missing. But even worse, PC gamers who don't have a version to play have to sit down while everyone else has all the fun. But how long must they suffer?

  • News: Motorola compares new Droid Razr to iPhone 4S

    The new Motorola Droid Razr will be the world's thinnest 4G LTE smartphone when it ships in November for Verizon Wireless.

  • News: Web 2.0 Summit to focus on value, pitfalls of online data

    Due to a reporting error, the story "Web 2.0 Summit to focus on value, pitfalls of online data," posted on Friday, misidentified a company called PulsePoint as PulsePoint Group and didn't accurately explain why it finds the topic of this year's Web 2.0 Summit relevant to its business.

  • Opinion: Motorola Droid Razr Smartphone Comes to Verizon in November for $299

    The Droid Razr, announced today and launching in November, is perhaps the thinnest smartphone to date, and among the lightest ever made. Motorola says the new Verizon phone is 0.28 inches thick, and that it weighs only 0.28 pounds.

  • News: UK a 'high use, some risk' country for kids on the Web

    A study by the London School Economics has categorised the UK as a 'high use, some risk' country as part of its research into children's use of the internet

  • News: Intel works to make our devices less needy

    If we think our digital devices are just about data, we're missing the point, an Intel executive said.

  • News: Citigroup CEO Pandits personal data raided by hackers

    The mobile phone number and home address of Vikram Pandit, the chief executive of Citigroup, have been placed on the web by hacking group CabinCr3w.

  • News: Uncharted 3 Maxed Out PS3 Visual Horsepower

    Sony's hotly-anticipated, third-person adventure game, Uncharted 3, hits PS3 November 1st. And Spong reports that Game Director Justin Richmond says that they won't likely be able to pull off the next graphical jump in the series on the PS3. He explains that even the visuals featured in Uncharted 3 are not as dramatic of a progression as the jump from the original Uncharted to Uncharted 2, due to the limitations of the PS3 hardware.

  • News: Gartner: The top 10 strategic technology trends for 2012

    The technology that makes up many of the systems in the IT world today is at a critical juncture and in the next five years everything from mobile devices and applications to servers and social networking will impact IT in ways companies need to prepare for now, Gartner Vice President David Cearley says.

  • News: VMware aims to simplify management with new suites

    VMware hopes to simplify management and help enterprises virtualize more of their infrastructure, with new and updated software suites announced at VMworld Europe in Copenhagen.

  • News: Worried About Win 8 Secure Boot? So Is the Free Software Foundation

    The secure boot mechanism planned for Microsoft's Windows 8 has already provoked considerable outcry from Linux users worried that the technology will make it impossible to install their favorite free and open source operating system on Windows 8 certified PCs.

  • News: Google expands reach of Trader in Africa

    Google Tuesday continued its rollout of Google Trader with the launch of the service in Kenya, East Africa's largest economy, which also boasts the highest Internet penetration rates in the region.

  • News: Silicon Valley luminaries, entertainers and politicians attend Jobs memorial

    Apple was understandably tight-lipped about who was at the private memorial for Steve Jobs, but some of the names of those attending have been published.

  • News: Promising Prospect: RestoreMeNot

    Since Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) was released, I’ve covered a few Gems for modifying its behavior, such as Lion Tweaks and Launchpad-Control. Among Lion Tweaks’s options is a way to disable Lion’s new Resume feature—which automatically reopens, whenever you launch an application, any windows that were open when you last quit that application—on a per-app basis. In other words, if you like Resume in most apps (so you don’t want to disable the feature completely), but find it problematic in one or two, you can disable it for just those specific programs.

  • News: US lawmakers push to limit gov't mobile tracking

    The U.S. Congress needs to pass legislation that would require law enforcement agencies to get permission from a judge before tracking suspects through their mobile phones, instead of the now-common practice of tracking a mobile subscriber's location after a prosecutor-issued subpoena, two U.S. lawmakers said Tuesday.

  • News: City University offers computing scholarships for undergraduates

    City University is offering a new scholarship worth up to £9,000 over three years for high-achieving A-level students applying for an undergraduate course, including computing, at the university.

  • News: Frequent Facebook Users Not As Worried About Privacy

    Despite Facebook's reputation for raising privacy concerns as it adds new ways to share information online, most users aren't very worried, according to a new poll by USA Today and Gallup.

  • News: Theft, shrink rates rise globally

    Light-fingered employees, shoplifting and organized-retail-theft crime rings contributed to an increase in global shrink rates this year. Shrink, defined as stock loss from crime or waste, expressed as a percentage of retail sales, is at its highest level since 2007. That is according to the 2011 Global Retail Theft Barometer, an annual survey conducted by the Centre for Retail Research in Nottingham, UK, that looks at key trends in retail shrink and crime in 43 countries and regions around the world.

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