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  • Opinion: Sony Hacked Again: How Not to Do Network Security

    Yes. As unbelievable as it may seem, Sony was hacked again. It is not (entirely) Sony's fault that it is the target du jour for hackers everywhere. But, it is Sony's fault that its networks and servers seem to be trivial to hack and easy to pwn.

  • News: External disk storage shipments increase 46% in Q1

    Worldwide external disk storage systems posted double-digit growth for the fifth consecutive quarter in the first three months of 2011, according to IDC.

  • Opinion: Apple's Hottest New Product: An Agenda

    Let the drooling commence: Apple has a hot new product -- and it has arrived before Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference starts on June 6.

  • News: iCloud: 5 Essential Features

    Nobody knows for sure what Apple has in store Monday when it introduces, iCloud, the company's newest cloud service offering.

  • News: How Windows 8 Will Challenge Enterprise IT

    Windows 8 will work on more devices, which will create complications for enterprises as the consumerization of IT gathers steam. The major challenges: hardware and application incompatibility and Windows upgrade fatigue.

  • News: Airtel signs network expansion pact with Huawei

    Taking a page from its India strategy, Telecom giant Bharti Airtel has signed a US$150 million agreement with Chinese technology company Huawei to expand its second and third generation (2G and 3G) network infrastructure in Africa.

  • News: Antivirus Vendors Pounce on Mac Malware Scare

    Coincidence or not, a pair of antivirus software makers are offering new products at a time when Mac malware is making headlines.

  • Opinion: Free BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing App Gets Official

    Research In Motion (RIM) initially released the new BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing application in early April to a select group of BlackBerry smartphones users via its BlackBerry Beta Zone test center, but today, the BlackBerry-maker made the software officially available to all U.S. and Canadian RIM smartphone users running device software v5.0 or higher.

  • News: Apple developer's conference: What to expect for iOS, cloud services

    Apple this week sketched out the main announcements for the company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference, which starts Monday in San Francisco. It's all about software, but many of the details are still not known, so there's plenty of speculation.

  • News: $250k Social Innovation Fund Launched in Pakistan

    The Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT & ITES (P@SHA) officially launched a $250,000 fund to drive Social Innovation in the country to support the development of innovative ideas and solutions developed by the youth which can tackle urgent social and community challenges. "All they need is for someone to work with them to fine-tune and thrash out the ideas and a limited amount of capital to get the ideas off the ground," said Jehan Ara, President of P@SHA.

  • News: Battle over EU flight passenger data rages on

    Digital rights organizations have hit out at new agreements to transfer information about flight passengers in Europe to the United States and Australia.

  • Opinion: Kid Sells Kidney for iPad 2, Regrets Transaction

    So, the iPad 2 is a pretty cool device, right? What would you be willing to do to get your hands on one? Pay someone $900 to stand in line for three days? Shell out $13,500 because it's sold out? Maybe even sell your kidney?

  • Opinion: Oh Brother: Sony Hacked Again

    First the PlayStation Network and Qriocity, then Sony Online Entertainment, Sony Ericsson, and a Japan-based ISP subsidiary. And this morning, you can add Sony Pictures to the list of hack-attack victimized.

  • News: More than E-mail at Stake in Google Gmail Attack

    There is a lot of talk--and diplomatic tension--this week related to reports that attacks originating from China have breached Google Gmail accounts, including those of senior US government officials. The focus is on e-mail, and whether or not e-mail accounts were hacked, but a breached Gmail account is a much bigger prize than just the e-mail account it is attached to.

  • News: Lulz Boat Hacks Sony's Harbor: FAQ

    The hacker group LulzSec made good on its recent promise to embarrass Sony by compromising the personal information of 1 million users of SonyPictures.com. The latest Sony hack is another black eye for a company that only recently recovered from the hack against Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation Network and Qriocity music service in April.

  • Opinion: Turn Dropbox Into a Jukebox for Your iOS Device

    Dropbox--is there anything it can't do? Regular readers know of my fondness for the online storage service, which is fantastic for keeping files in sync across multiple devices and making cloud-based backups. But it turns out Dropbox is also part jukebox, at least when you pair it with BoxyTunes.

  • News: Mulberry bags improved multi-channel strategy

    British fashion brand Mulberry is attempting to boost its ecommerce site with improved tech capabilities.

  • News: Dairy Crest moves to cloud-based supply chain system

    Dairy Crest is improving attempting to improve its supply chain with a new cloud-based e-commerce system.

  • Opinion: LulzSec Hacks Sony Pictures, 1 Million Accounts Exposed

    Just when it looks like Sony was finally recovering from the PlayStation Network hack, it happened again. This time, it wasn't PSN, but Sony Pictures: hackers may have compromised 1 million SonyPictures.com user accounts, stealing personal information including e-mail addresses and passwords, as well as street addresses, dates of birth, and more. On top of that, the hacker group posted a file containing information on 50,000 users.

  • Opinion: Day 2: Wow. That Was Really Easy

    OK. Step one in spending 30 Days With...Ubuntu Linux is to get Ubuntu Linux installed so I can use it. I have already narrowed it down to Ubuntu, so I don't have to bother with the question of which Linux, but the first question I need to address at this point is how to install it.



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