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  • News: Manchester hospital loses patients personal data

    The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has found the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust in breach of the Data Protection Act (DPA) after losing an unencrypted USB key containing patients’ personal data.

  • News: Data centre expenditure growth defying downturn

    The growth of data centre expenditure by companies is defying the economic crisis, according to an in-depth report.

  • News: Read, annotate and sign PDFs on your iPad with PDF Expert 3

    iPad users can go desktop free when working with PDFs using Readdle’s PDF Expert app, which has now been updated to PDF Expert 3.0.

  • News: European Parliament in applications development deal

    The European Parliament has signed a contract with Accenture for the supplier to develop, maintain and support a variety of applications across its operations.

  • News: Rovio teaming with disputed Chinese Angry Birds park

    Angry Birds publisher Rovio is seeking to cash in on a Chinese theme park that has created a real-life Angry Birds game without the company's permission.

  • News: HP drops price of popular Pavilion DM1 laptop to $399

    Hewlett-Packard upgraded the popular Pavilion DM1 laptop and also lowered its price as the company shows that business continues as usual amid efforts to sell or spin off the PC unit.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Click to agree

    One young designer takes on a hefty hunk of Apple legalese and tries to make it friendly. Meanwhile an old school union boss has a beef with Cupertino, but it's not all bad news, as an Arizona-based company has dropped its dispute with 1 Infinite Loop. And we hope you like dissecting innocuous photos for clues, because we've got our fill of that. The remainders for Wednesday, September 7, 2011 are hot on the trail.

  • News: Kill Zombie Sarah Palin, Bill 'O Reilly, Others in New Game

    While many gamers are busy this week slaughtering the undead in Deep Silver's Dead Island, another zombie game has appeared on the Internet, this one pitting you against undead versions of notable Republican and Conservative politicians, and several Fox News anchors.

  • News: First Look: QuickBooks for Mac 2012

    As was reported earlier Wednesday, the latest version of QuickBooks, Intuit's small business finance tracking application, offers up four major new features and more than fifty other enhancements or refinements. QuickBooks for Mac 2012 isn't slated to arrive until the end of this month, but I had the chance to spend some time with these features, forming a few first impressions of the update.

  • Feature: Top stories on PC Advisor: technology news, reviews and tips, 08/09/2011

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

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 08/09/2011

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

  • Opinion: Lost iPhone Case Continues, SF Police Launch Probe

    There's a new development in the caper involving a lost iPhone in San Francisco. A new report says the S.F. police will be investigating their own, specifically the role that officers may have played in assisting an Apple corporate security team in a home search earlier this summer.

  • News: IBM's futuristic storage aims for speed, density

    IBM is working on both super-fast and super-dense storage media that should reach enterprises before the end of this decade, and demand in some industries looks likely to keep pace with the advances.

  • News: The iTunes Store and the Towson Hack

    The Macworld Podcast turns its attention to iTunes Store accounts--specifically the unsettling phenomenon where customers are seeing their iTunes gift card balances zeroed out by mysterious unwanted purchases. Staff writer Lex Friedman reported on the so-called Towson Hack for Macworld.com, and he's joined by senior associate editor Dan Moren to discuss the situation and what you can do to protect your iTunes account.

  • Opinion: Is 3D TV Doomed?

    Consumer response to 3D TVs has been tepid thus far, and industry observers point to a number of likely explanations, including the dearth of 3D programming and an aversion to those clunky 3D glasses. And for those of us who don't mind wearing 3D specs, there's also the question of which technology to buy into: Passive or active-shutter?

  • News: SAP to acquire Right Hemisphere

    SAP announced this morning that it is to acquire New Zealand 3D specialist Right Hemisphere. SAP already had a stake in Right Hemisphere, having invested in it via its venture capital arm, SAP Ventures, in 2007.

  • Opinion: Yahoo Has No Easy Way To Make Consumers Interested Again

    For Yahoo, firing Carol Bartz was easy--Chairman Roy Bostock gave her the news over the phone--but turning the company around under new leadership will be a lot harder.

  • News: Google offered to split mobile revenue with Sun, papers show

    Google hoped at one time to codevelop Android with Sun, and was prepared to offer Sun a share of its mobile service revenue in return for making Java open source, according to newly released documents in Oracle's lawsuit against Google.

  • News: Nintendo Sued Over Wii and Wii U Patents in Texas Court

    If you work in Nintendo's legal department, what do you do when someone hits you with a lawsuit? Is it more of a "not again!" feeling? Or is it more like a soft chuckle, knowing that the case will likely never go anywhere?

  • News: Survey: Value of the Cloud, Telecommuting Overstated

    Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Cisco, take notice: Despite the near-constant hype about cloud computing services, most mid-market companies are still viewing cloud as a complement, not a replacement.



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