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  • News: Moog Music's Animoog turns your iPad into a synthesizer

    Hold onto your bass lines, synth-heads—Moog Music on Monday released Animoog, a professional-quality polyphonic synthesizer app for the iPad.

  • News: Oracle buys Endeca for unstructured information search technology

    Oracle said Tuesday it is buying Endeca Technologies, a move that will bolster its capabilities for searching and analyzing unstructured information.

  • News: DHS issues warning that Anonymous may attack infrastructure

    The U.S. government is keeping a wary eye on what it says is hacking collective Anonymous' growing interest in attacking critical infrastructure targets.

  • News: New SEC security breach rules no big game changer, experts say

    Late last week the Securities and Exchange Commission issued new guidance informing public companies that, under certain circumstances, they may need to disclose cyber breach information, or even potential security breaches, if there is a certain level of risk of financial impact to corporate earnings.

  • News: Debuting tonight: Galaxy Nexus running Ice Cream Sandwich

    The hottest new Android smartphone challenger to the wildly successful iPhone 4S will be launched by Samsung and Google in Hong Kong within 12 hours, insiders say.

  • News: The challenges of managing mountains of information

    If you think the storage systems in your data centers are out of control, imagine having 449 billion objects in your database, or having to add 40 terabytes of new data each week.

  • News: Microsoft PocketTouch Lets You Use Your Phone Through Fabric

    Microsoft researchers are working on a prototype nicknamed PocketTouch that lets people use a touchscreen smartphone without removing it from their pocket or bag.

  • Opinion: Batman Arkham City Launch Party Ground Zero

    A cloud-veiled gibbous October moon, chill in the air, dry leaves underfoot—close enough to the perfect mood for a Batman Arkham City launch party. The line at the game store last night was just out the door, not long but not short either. Well, two lines: one for the store itself, one for another selling the game vicariously. I live just a few minutes from two GameStops, one that's in a strip mall, one that's in a mall mall. The latter's management didn't want to pay the landlord extra coin to reopen at midnight, so they partnered with the store down the road half a mile.

  • News: DDoS and SQL injection are main topics on hacking forums

    Distributed denial of service and SQL injection are the main types of attack discussed on hacking forums, according to new research from security vendor Imperva.

  • News: It's Like Microsoft Is Giving Windows Intune 2.0 Away

    Microsoft has launched Windows Intune 2.0. The new version is a significant update to the cloud-based Windows Intune service that was initially released a mere seven months ago. Windows Intune delivers a variety of features and benefits that are much more valuable than the monthly Windows Intune subscription fee.

  • News: Oracle patch batch affects 'hundreds' of products

    Oracle on Tuesday will release 76 patches affecting hundreds of its products as well as Java SE.

  • News: Microsoft's Open Door 2011 starts today

    Microsoft Kenya Open Door kicks off today evening by showcasing the company's new technology to CIOs at the Norfolk Hotel, Nairobi. The event highlights the changes in IT that brings business value and ways of maintaining technology professionals in the industry through running outreach programmes such as the Microsoft Virtual Academy.

  • How-Tos: How to create music playlists in Windows Media Player

    Windows has its own intergrated media player that allows you to listen to music stored on your PC.

  • News: Mechanical Keyboards: Which One is Right for You?

    If you're like us, you won't think twice about spending a few extra bucks on a speedy CPU or a flashy new graphics card. But you'll notice those components only when you're really pushing your PC or playing the latest game. For an upgrade you'll notice every time you use your system, consider getting a good mechanical keyboard (as opposed to the membrane keyboard you probably have now).

  • News: How to Put Your Company on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

    It’s telling that when the Google+ social network launched in June, businesses clamored to get on the service as quickly as possible. For most businesses, being active on social media is now a requirement. Although Google+ is still dragging its feet on creating pages for businesses, getting your company page started on Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter takes just minutes.

  • News: Sophos appoints vulnerability expert Gerhard Eschelbeck as CTO

    Sophos has appointed the highly-regarded Gerhard Eschelbeck as its new chief technology officer, almost six years after the Austrian crossed the Atlantic to join US-based Webroot in the same role.

  • News: Government gets 'Top Secret' Nano secure flash drive

    ViaSat UK has taken the wraps off the Eclypt Nano, a ruggedised flash drive for government and military use, the only drive of its kind to be certified to Top Secret level by the UK’s Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG).

  • News: Lookout Releases Mobile Security App On iOS

    Lookout, already a well known name among Android enthusiasts, is looking to give iPhone users a hand when it comes to protecting their mobile data.

  • News: Apple Stores Require iPhone 4S Shoppers 'Reserve' Phone Online

    Eager iPhone 4S shoppers need to log onto Apple.com the night before buying the phone at their local Apple store so they can "reserve" their purchase for the next day. The unusual approach to iPhone 4S sales is to prevent lines and disappointed shoppers at Apple Stores as the newest iPhone 4S continues to break sales records.

  • News: Using Apple's mobile AirPort Utility

    For more than a decade, the only reasonable way to configure Apple’s AirPort Wi-Fi equipment was through a software package the company provided for Mac OS X (and, several years ago, for Windows). Unlike other wireless base stations, Apple chose to avoid a Web-based interface as an option for configuration. That’s a perfectly fine approach, though it can prove problematic if the only way to get to the Internet to download said utility would be by configuring a base station.


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