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  • News: Hillingdon Council in cloud desktop move

    The London Borough of Hillingdon is looking to replace its existing desktop infrastructure with a cloud computing model.

  • News: News International facing email raid as Brooks steps down

    News of the World publisher News International is facing a police investigation likely to assess tens of thousands of emails, phone calls and documents, as news breaks that CEO Rebekah Brooks has stepped down following heightened accusations of phone hacking.

  • News: Apple cuts out third-party downloads

    Users looking for third-party Mac software now directed to the Mac App Store

  • News: iOS projects jump ahead of Android

    The number of projects being developed for iOS devices has jumped this year, while Android's share of the market has dropped, according to analysts.

  • News: Apple to reveal earnings next week

    Apple is holding a conference call on Tuesday where it will reveal its third quarter results for this financial year (FY 11)

  • News: Chinook crash report throws spotlight back on alarming aircraft software problems

    A report into the disastrous Chinook crash on the Mull of Kintyre in 1994 has highlighted once again the alarming questions around helicopter software in use at the time.

  • News: HTC loses ITC patent ruling in Apple tussle

    A judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission has made an initial determination that HTC infringed two Apple patents, HTC said Friday.

  • Opinion: Video Game Sales for June 2011, Come on Down

    Video game industry sales dropped an uncomfortable 10 percent in June 2011 year-on-year, according to tracker NPD Group, though as usual, NPD's data only accounts for retail sales, thus ignoring a huge and increasingly crucial swathe of the market. The drop, for bean counters, was from $1.11 billion in June 2010 to $995 million last month, and we're talking the whole caboodle, from software to hardware to accessories.

  • News: VMware releases client for Android tablets

    Android tablets could become more appealing to the enterprise with VMware's View Client for Android.

  • News: Kootol sues Apple, Google, more for patent infringement

    Another patent-holding company has set its sights on Apple, numerous other large companies, and even smaller developers like The Iconfactory, alleging violations of a patent that covers one- and two-way messaging. On Friday, Kootol Software announced that it sent notices of the alleged patent infringement to a variety of companies you may have heard of; in addition to Apple, Kootol sent letters to Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, AOL, Facebook, Twitter, Nokia, Foursquare, IBM, LInkedIn, MySpace, RIM, Quora, Salesforce, Twitpic, Ubermedia, and iOS and Mac software developer The Iconfactory. Those last three companies all make software that integrates directly with Twitter.

  • News: More Thunderbolt speed results

    Thunderbolt is quite fast, as our lab has experienced first hand. In our ongoing look at Thunderbolt performance, we tested two more configurations, as requested by Macworld readers. The first involves the new Promise Pegasus R6 Thunderbolt array configured as a RAID 0; the second is with Target Disk Mode using Thunderbolt. (Previously, we compared Thunderbolt and FireWire 800 speed. We also looked at Thunderbolt and eSATA.)

  • News: Apple releases iOS updates to fix PDF vulnerabilities

    After last week's report from the German government regarding PDF-related security vulnerabilities in MobileSafari, Apple has stepped up: The company on Friday released updates for all iOS devices that fix the problem. The updates are recommended for all users of Apple's mobile devices.

  • News: 10 technologies that will change the world in the next 10 years

    3D printers, sensor networks, virtual humans and other technologies under development now will drastically change our world in the decade to come, according to Cisco chief futurist Dave Evans.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending July 15

    July is half over and still no sign of The Next iPhone.

  • News: US military learning cybersecurity lessons from businesses

    In its new cyberdefense strategy, the Pentagon is drawing on lessons about agility, lifecycle management and supply-chain protection that have already been learned by private corporations.

  • News: How Desktop Virtualization Can Help Manage Consumer Devices

    If two technology trends were ever made for each other, at least in vendor marketing materials and generically simple diagrams of IT infrastructure, they are the consumerization of IT and desktop virtualization.

  • Opinion: Proceed With Caution: Google+ Is Forever

    The world is still gaga for Google+. If you are just getting started, or still waiting anxiously for an invitation, though, take a step back and cool your jets. Think carefully before you get too deep into Google+ because you won't be able to change the email address associated with your Google social network...ever.

  • News: Apple preps for third-quarter earnings call next Tuesday

    It comes but four times a year: Apple's quarterly earnings financial conference call. While Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook and chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer will take to the phone on Tuesday, July 19 to serenade analysts and reporters to the sweet sounds of the company's balance sheet, those same analysts and reporters will be parsing every word for even the slightest clue to Apple's future plans and intentions.

  • Opinion: New Memory Works When Wet, Feels Like Jell-O

    Normally you would not want your electronics to get wet, because they'll generally get fried. Researchers from the North California State University (NCSU), however, say pish-tosh to that, and have developed memory that's meant to work when it's soggy.

  • Opinion: Meet the Bizarre SpaceBook Dual-Screen Laptop

    One screen on your laptop not enough for you? Well, now you can preorder the gScreen SpaceBook, a monster of a laptop with dual 17-inch displays and a price to match.



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