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  • News: Cisco to acquire video delivery startup BNI

    Cisco Systems plans to acquire BNI Video, a privately held provider of video delivery software for service providers, for about US$99 million.

  • News: 10 LinkedIn Tips to Boost Your Job Search

    Is your job search lagging? Not seeing the results you'd like? Check out these ten expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search

  • News: Siri security flaw leaves the iPhone 4S insecure

    iPhone 4S owners are being warned to check their handset's settings in order to close a security hole in Siri.

  • News: VMworld: Durham college employs virtualisation to drive cost savings

    New College Durham has revealed how desktop virtualisation has helped the further education college reduce IT support costs and improve end user experience.

  • News: Women urged to enter everywoman in Technology awards

    The BCS Chartered Institute for IT’s Woman’s Group and Women in Technology are calling for more women to enter a free awards ceremony that aims to promote females working in the sector.

  • Opinion: How Does a Google Self-Driving Car Drive?

    Google's self-driving car was once just a pet project, but it has since bloomed into one of the company's largest endeavors. Now, Google's autonomous fleet has logged over 190,000 miles, is street-legal in Nevada, and it may or may not have gotten into its first crash. But what we don't know is just how the automated system manages to stop at a red light or keep from careening into us--until now.

  • Opinion: As Ubuntu Linux Turns 7, 'Precise Pangolin' Planning Begins

    It was exactly seven years ago that the very first version of Ubuntu Linux--dubbed "Warty Warthog"--was released, kicking off a long line of increasingly popular versions of the free and open source operating system.

  • News: Help OnLive Get to 62,791 Facebook Likes, Get a Game for $1

    Cloud gaming service OnLive is recruiting the dark forces of social media to spread the word about its service -- and if you help out, there could be cheap games in it for you.

  • News: Private social networks playing Facebook role in more workplaces

    From retail chains to electric utilities to manufacturers, a growing number of U.S. corporations are harnessing the power of social networks to modernize how their employees communicate with each other, business partners and customers -- making these firms more nimble in the marketplace and leaving their less Facebook-savvy rivals trailing.

  • Opinion: Ice Cream Sandwich: 7 More Cool Features

    Ice Cream Sandwich, Google's latest update to the Android franchise, has plenty of improvements and changes hidden under the surface that make the mobile OS even sweeter. With more Android phones being announced every day in preparation for the holiday shopping season, here are seven new features in Ice Cream Sandwich you should be aware of.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Debuts AT&T's Mango-Powered Windows Phone 7 Handsets

    Microsoft showed off three Mango-powered Windows Phone 7 handsets that AT&T will be selling during the upcoming holiday season.

  • News: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: Best New Features for Business

    Earlier this week, Google officially announced the latest version of its popular Android mobile OS, v4.0, a.k.a., "Ice Cream Sandwich," along with a brand new device that runs Android 4.0: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus--formerly referred to as the "Nexus Prime."

  • News: AOL Radio relaunch: Fewer commercials, more music, free mobile streaming

    AOL has re-launched AOL Radio, the company announced this week. The newest version of the online radio service is powered by the popular personal radio website Slacker, and features a new interface, artist stations, and subscription-only music on demand.

  • News: Apps stream Google, Amazon music from the cloud

    With last week's launch of iCloud and the impending launch of iTunes Match, iPhone and iPad users will soon have a native way to play their music from the cloud. But while iTunes is dominant, Apple isn't the only digital-music provider out there, and rival apps continue to pop up.

  • Opinion: Battlefield 3: Your Xbox 360 is Now Officially a PC

    I'm interrupting this week's scheduled Arkham City gripe-a-thon to talk about: consoles! Because they're so easy—you just pop the disc in and presto, you're playing! Installs? Texture packs? High-def versus low-def texture mucking about? What do you care—that's for all those un-showered PC gamers, right?

  • News: Asus Unveils Eee Pad Transformer Prime Tablet

    Asus recently gave a sneak peek of its new Eee Pad Transformer, a next-generation Android-powered 10-inch tablet called the Transformer Prime that features a Nvidia quad-core processor, and is just 0.32 inches thick. It's unclear whether the Prime will have Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich at launch.

  • News: Mobility surges on US campuses; cloud technology lags

    Colleges and universities have been aggressive in expanding campus mobility, but slower in shifting key systems to cloud computing, according to a new survey of IT in higher education.

  • News: Nokia Raising Curtain on Windows Phone 7 Devices Next Week

    If you're thinking about buying a Windows Phone soon, you might want to wait and see what Nokia has in store next week.

  • Opinion: Five Things Apple Needs to Do to Improve Siri

    Siri and I just met a few days ago. I think we're getting along pretty well so far (although she seems to get a bit testy and sarcastic when I ask her to "open the pod bay doors."). As great as Siri seems, though, Apple is calling this a beta and I can see why.

  • News: Make custom tones for your iPhone

    Among the multitude of features in iOS 5 is the ability to at last use custom sounds for alerts. Custom ringtones have been around for several years, but extending that feature to an iOS device’s other alerts, like voicemail or text messages, has been a feature long sought after by iPhone users. Until now, iOS device users have had to limit themselves to merely the limited—and often bizarre—tones offered by Apple.


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