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  • Opinion: Use iOS 5's Shortcuts to Create Second E-Mail Signature

    By default, Apple's iOS limits you to one e-mail signature. That's fine if you only need one, but I know plenty of business people who'd prefer different signatures for different e-mail accounts, different recipients (co-workers versus clients, for example), and so on.

  • News: Expecting a recession, Gartner urges 'creative destruction'

    Research firm Gartner Inc. sees another recession coming that will lead to tightened IT budgets at the same time that technology is being forced to respond to social and collaborative computing trends.

  • News: New social engineering poll reveals which scam works better

    Which tactic works best for a scamming social engineer? Acting like an authority figure and requiring a victim to answer questions and give up sensitive information? Or acting like a nice, trustworthy person who strikes up a friendly conversation and just needs the victim to tell them a few things to help them out?

  • News: Adobe launches PDF reader for iOS

    Adobe may dominate the PDF market on computer desktops, but it has largely left mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad to a range of competitors like the much-lauded GoodReader and Apple's own iBooks. No more.

  • News: Porn prankster hijacks Sesame Street YouTube channel

    The child-friendly Internet home of Ernie, Big Bird and Kermit the Frog went X-rate on Sunday as Sesame Street’s YouTube channel was hijacked to serve hardcore porn.

  • News: EU to invest £8bn in superfast broadband

    The European Commission is set to invest €9.2 billion in (£8 billion) in an EU-wide rollout of high speed broadband.

  • News: RBS imposes technology spending freeze

    A leaked Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) email has revealed the cost-cutting measures the investment banking division of the bank is undertaking, which includes a freeze on all technology spending.

  • News: California observes Steve Jobs Day

    The governor of California, Jerry Brown, set yesterday, Sunday, October 16 as "Steve Jobs Day" across the US state to coincide with a private memorial for the Apple co-founder at Stanford University.

  • News: Gartner: The future of IT? Get ready to blow stuff up

    If IT is to successfully move into the future it's going to need to blow up its current way of thinking and the way it supports mature technologies.

  • News: Card 'blackhat' gets prison for PIN terminal fraud

    One of Europe’s elite ‘blackhat’ card fraud engineers has been sentenced to three years in prison at London’s Old Bailey for helping European gangs steal money using tampered chip and PIN terminals.

  • News: Judge boosts ActiveVideo's award against Verizon

    A federal judge has boosted the award to cloud-based TV provider ActiveVideo in its patent lawsuit against Verizon Communications to US$140 million.

  • News: ICANN takes charge of Internet time zone master list

    After a lawsuit spurred a cadre of volunteers to cede management duties of Internet Time Zone Database, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has assumed control of the master list, which is used to coordinate time across different systems on the Internet.

  • Opinion: Sextuple Your Hard Drive's Capacity With a Pinch of Salt

    Scientists at the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have discovered that sodium chloride (that is, table salt) could be the key to dramatically increasing the storage capacity of hard drives.

  • How-Tos: Bulk delete email on an iPhone

    Reader Arnie Goldstein asks the question that every iOS user has had flit through their mind at one time or another:

  • News: Elite Collection Retro iOS Compilation Releases Late October

    Retro enthusiasts will have another means to play their favorite 8-bit computer titles in late October thanks to the Elite Collection iOS apps.

  • News: EMC, VCE announce tighter Vblock integration

    EMC and the Virtual Computing Environment alliance Monday announced upgrades that more tightly integrate its management interface with VMware's vCloud director and vCenter Server tools.

  • News: New XIII Game Teased

    French developer Anuman has revealed that a new game based on the amnesiac agent XIII is in the works.

  • Opinion: RIM Faces Hard Questions at this Week's Developers Conference

    Will Blackberry-maker Research In Motion finally lay out clear plans for its next-generation devices on Tuesday during the company's Blackberry DevCon Americas developer conference in San Francisco? That's what some critics are wondering as RIM attempts to overhaul its image following a number of setbacks in recent months. Most recently, the company's reputation was battered from a multi-day service outage leaving Blackberry fans all over the globe without messaging and Internet capabilities.

  • Opinion: DNA Art Brings a Whole New Meaning to Personal Portrait

    DNA 11 makes art out of your DNA sequence, fingerprint, or kiss imprint, taking the idea of a personal portrait to a whole different level. Want your DNA sequence hanging above your bed? Simply make your color and size choices, send away for your collection kit, swab your cheek, send the kit back, and voilà--you have a canvas print that is as personal as it can get. Fingerprints are collected using ink and kiss imprints with lipstick.

  • News: Tata posts strong revenue growth despite economic conditions

    India's largest outsourcer, Tata Consultancy Services, reported on Monday strong revenue and profit growth in the quarter ended Sept. 30, despite difficult economic conditions in some of its key markets in the U.S. and Europe.


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