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  • News: Tim Cook Talk Leads Social Media Conversation

    The news of Steve Jobs' resignation yesterday set off a wave of online conversation, and the largest single topic of that conversation concerns Tim Cook, the Apple COO Jobs recommends as his replacement.

  • Opinion: Post-Jobs, Apple Needs to Open Up

    There's no denying that the departure of Steve Jobs as Apple CEO is the end of an era. It's difficult to think of any other leader as synonymous with a brand as he has been.

  • News: Acquisitions support Legend growth

    Legend Corporation (ASX:LGD) has reported profit growth off the back of strong performance for the year to 30 June 2011 across all the memory and semiconductor manufacturer’s businesses.

  • News: NoSQL offers users scalability, flexibility, speed

    Users of NoSQL databases and data processing frameworks such as CouchDB and Hadoop are deploying these new technologies for their speed, scalability and flexibility, judging from a number of sessions at the NoSQL Now conference being held this week in San Jose, California.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 26/08/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks

  • News: Remains of the Day: All about Steve

    By now, you've surely heard the news. An icon of the tech community, stepping down from the post that he's held for more than a decade, leaving the institution he helped found. I'm not sure if anything will ever be the same agai--what? I'm talking about Slashdot's CmdrTaco; who are you talking about?

  • News: Chorus announces post-Telecom management team

    Confident about the prospect of a successful demerger from Telecom New Zealand (ASX:TEL), Chorus has already announced its proposed new executive management team.

  • News: Heroku branches out to include Java apps

    Heroku, the platform-as-a-service provider bought last year by Salesforce.com, announced Thursday that it will begin supporting applications written in Java.

  • News: 70% of Hongkongers use same password for multiple accounts

    About 70 percent of Hongkers use the same password for an average of seven online accounts, said City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and PayPal Hong Kong Tuesday when unveiling results of the Online payment Security Survey.

  • News: Ten One releases Pogo Sketch Pro stylus

    Ten One Design started the iOS stylus craze with the Pogo Sketch; now, the company's attempting to top its previous offerings with the Pogo Sketch Pro.

  • News: Should Microsoft Buy Nokia? Pros and Cons

    A hot-button question lately in the rapidly-growing smartphone market: Can a company succeed at selling smartphones and tablets without owning the software and the hardware?

  • News: Wing Commander 1 & 2, Dungeon Keeper 2 Hit Good Old Games

    The two Wing Commander games come together for $5.99. These are the really old-school Wing Commander games, before Mark Hamill, Malcolm MacDonald, and full-motion video hit the franchise in Wing Commander 3. And like many games on GOG.com, the package also comes with some cool extras: ship blueprints and the Wing Commander Bible. These join Wing Commander: Privateer on the classic-games service; Privateer was released earlier this summer.

  • News: Wow, Capcom's Patching 40 Fighters in SSF4: AE Version 2012

    Event Hubs has been keeping the world exhaustively, massively updated on the huge number of changes that Capcom is making for the "Version 2012" patch to Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, and it looks like each fighter got some kind of tweak.

  • News: PlayStation Vita: Easiest PlayStation for Developers Yet?

    As the PlayStation Vita gets closer and closer to launch, it seems like people just can't say enough good things about it (when not talking about the price).

  • News: NYSE Euronext boosts network bandwidth with 10GbE throughout

    As part of an enterprisewide upgrade and data center consolidation, NYSE Euronext has rolled out 10Gbps Ethernet throughout its data centers, increasing aggregate throughput for trades from .5Tbps to 2.4Tbps.

  • News: CloudSwitch gives Verizon a boost in cloud migration

    Verizon Thursday announced it has acquired CloudSwitch, a cloud software technology vendor, further demonstrating that 2011 is becoming Verizon's year of the cloud.

  • Opinion: Google Maps Adds Voice Search to Chrome Desktop

    If you talk to your desktop PC, it's probably for all the wrong reasons--usually to hurl expletives at the machine for not working properly. Well, users of the desktop version of Google Chrome now have a more productive reason to get chatty with their computers. Google has added voice search for Google Maps to Chrome, offering users a (sometimes) faster way to get directions.

  • News: Apple and Jobs -- the past, the future

    As you've doubtlessly heard, Steve Jobs has resigned his position as CEO and will, instead, become Apple's Chairman of the Board. Tim Cook will replace Jobs as CEO. In this special edition of the Macworld podcast, I'm joined by Andy Ihnatko, Michael Gartenberg, and Chris Breen to discuss what this means for Apple's future as well as how Jobs has shaped Apple's present.

  • News: Steve Jobs Resigns: Special Coverage

    The day we knew was coming arrived. Steve Jobs, the iconic co-founder of Apple, has stepped down from the company he helped make one of today's leading tech firms. Stating he could no longer perform the duties as Apple's CEO, Jobs stepped down with Apple COO, Tim Cook, taking the reigns as Apple's new leader.

  • Opinion: Google Street-View Trikes Take to the Rainforest

    Google will leave nothing un-photo-documented. They’ve been everywhere: on the roads of the seven continents, the sea, the stars, and the moon. Now they’re getting off the beaten path and riding their Street-View equipped tricycles into the Amazonian rainforest.



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