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  • News: Microsoft clears Czech firm in Kehilos botnet case

    Microsoft yesterday dismissed a lawsuit against a Czech firm it had accused of hosting command-and-control servers for a botnet it stamped out last month.

  • News: RIM faces possible class action suit over BlackBerry outages

    Research In Motion faces a possible class action lawsuit over recent outages in its BlackBerry services earlier this month, and a trademark infringement complaint for its use of the BBX name for its upcoming platform for its tablets and smartphones.

  • News: IT Consultant Resume Makeover: How to Land IT Management Jobs

    There comes a time in many IT consultants' careers when they decide to exchange the trappings of their jet-set professional lives for a corporate IT job with more stability. For Sevin Straus, an IT consultant based in Chicago, that moment came at the height of the financial crisis in 2009.

  • News: Netflix Gobbles Up One-Third of Peak Bandwith Traffic in US

    Angry customers may be leaving Netflix, but those who stick around are using the service to stream movies more than ever.

  • Opinion: Nokia Lumia Smartphones Are Disappointing

    When you show up late to a party, you should at least bring a bottle of wine (or a case of beer depending on the party). Nokia's highly-anticipated launch of Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" smartphones comes fairly late in the game, and doesn't seem to add anything to make it worth the wait.

  • Opinion: Turn Your iPad into a PowerPoint Presenter

    If you're in the business of making presentations, you know what a time-suck it can be to work with PowerPoint on a laptop. You have to connect a projector, wait an eternity for the PC to boot, run PowerPoint, load your slide deck, switch the laptop's video output to projector mode, and on and on. It's easy to blow 10-20 minutes just getting set up for your presentation--not a productive use of your time.

  • News: U.S. CIO: Changing the Culture of Federal IT

    U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel hopes cloud computing, Web services and a new IT culture of sharing can reap huge savings and prop up Uncle Sam.

  • News: Mac Mini Vault offers colocation for your mini server

    Colocation service Mac Mini Vault is offering server solutions created specifically for and with the quad-core i7 Mac mini server model.

  • News: Google Maps Provides Street View-Look at Store Interiors

    Google Maps is moving you off the street and inside local businesses with a new feature called Business Photos that shows you 360-degree images of store interiors using Street View technology. Business Photos lets you peek inside select stores in 10 U.S. cities and surrounding areas including Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Washington, D.C. The new feature is also available in Australia, France, Japan, New Zealand and the U.K.

  • News: SAP updates Business One application for small companies

    SAP on Thursday announced a version of Business One, its ERP (enterprise resource planning) suite for small companies, as it revs up the marketing strategy behind its Business ByDesign on-demand suite.

  • News: Google tweaks Offers strategy, becomes deals aggregator

    Google, which had until now sought coupons and special offers directly from merchants for its Offers service, will now also aggregate and market offerings from other online daily deal providers.

  • News: Researcher finds major flaw in Facebook

    A security penetration tester discovered a major flaw in Facebook that could allow a person to send anyone on the social-networking site malicious applications.

  • News: Massive Swedish hacks leak 400,000 account details

    The details of more than 400,000 user accounts have leaked onto the Internet in Sweden, following a series of attacks that have affected about 60 websites.

  • News: Facebook will cool its first European data center for free in Sweden

    Facebook has begun building a data center in Lulea, Sweden, where it will benefit from cheap electricity and year-round free air cooling, the company announced Thursday.

  • News: Dropbox adds new file-sharing service for work groups

    Dropbox for Teams starts at $795 annually for five users and offers 1TB of storage. It also comes with phone customer support and gives IT shops control to add or remove users.

  • News: Riverbed rolls out Stingray products

    Riverbed Technology is launching Stingray, a new product line of devices that brings together products the company acquired last summer when it bought Zeus Technology and Aptimize Limited.

  • News: Codify lets you build iPad apps--on your iPad

    Software developers who want to create games and simulations on their iPad have a new option available, thanks in part to loosened restrictions in the App Store. Sharing those creations, however, might be impossible.

  • News: Nokia Shows Off Flexible Device With Kinetic Display

    Nokia showed off a working prototype of a device that you bend and twist to interact with, giving consumers a brief glimpse into the future. The flexible gadget, dubbed a Nokia kinetic device, might not be available on the market any time soon, but it’s a cool sight to behold.

  • Opinion: Man Carves Smartphone Dock into Prosthetic Arm

    A British man is the owner of perhaps the most convenient smartphone dock in existence. It's actually a slot embedded in 50-year-old Trevor Prideaux's prosthetic arm, custom made to fit his Nokia C7 phone.

  • Opinion: Why Is It Called "Windows?"

    Microsoft has inconsistently followed a marketing strategy of using basic, descriptive, one-word names. Word is an excellent example. So are Money and Office.


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