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  • Video: Intel 3D transistor promises processing speed boosts

    The new chip technology, called tri-gate transistors, replaces flat, two-dimensional streams of transistors with a 3D structure.

  • News: Intel to use 3D transistors in chip production

    Intel is to start use 3D transistors in its chip manufacturing process, which could potentially make PCs, smartphones and tablets faster and more power-efficient.

  • News: 'WebDaV is bad,' says security researcher

    Should we hate WebDAV for security reasons?

  • News: Apple wins points for quickly squashing location tracking bugs with iOS 4.3.3

    Apple's quick response to concerns about user location tracking via its iPhones and iPads – in the form of iOS 4.3.3 released Wednesday – is earning the company praise from mobile industry watchers.

  • Opinion: Tougher Standards to Make Better Accountants

    The International Accounting Education Standards Board late last month released for comment its proposed revision of IES-6, the International Education Standard for Assessment of Professional Competence. The IAESB develops education standards and guidance for use by member organizations of IFAC, the global organization for the accountancy profession. (The AICPA is an IFAC member.)

  • News: Finance Lessons from Abbottabad?

    Corporate finance lessons from the dramatic turn of events in Abbottabad, Pakistan, may be few and far-between this week. But among the reports from the tech-based IDG network of publications, as well as from Bloomberg News, are numerous articles that should have more than passing interest for CFOs.

  • News: Konami's E3 Event Screening Worldwide

    This year, you can watch Konami's presentation at home, or at screening events in big cities. Yes, really.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Mystery spot

    Has the mystery of the white iPhone's delay been solved? Mayhaps. But the mystery of when the iPhone 5 will arrive is still up in the air, and the iPad is perplexing members of our government. The remainders for Wednesday, May 4, 2011 are a mystery wrapped in a riddle inside an enigma.

  • News: Age discrimination not rife: recruiters

    When Computerworld asked a local IT recruitment firm to comment on a legal case in the US involving a 58-year-old, who is suing outsourcer Infosys over alleged age discrimination in the hiring process, the company's opinion sparked a flurry of comments on our website.

  • News: RIM Improves Social Networking for Consumers and Enterprises

    It wasn't too long ago when mega-social-network Facebook was only an experimental service used by a group of Harvard students. And Twitter was just a word used to describe birdcalls. But much has changed in the social networking space over the past three years. Just ask BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion's (RIM) Tom Goguen, the company's first VP of Social Networking and Collaboration.

  • News: Isis says carrier-backed mobile payments 'accelerated,' not 'dialling back'

    Isis, a mobile commerce joint venture of three major wireless carriers, has been working for months to engage Visa, MasterCard and major U.S. banks in smartphone payments with near field communication (NFC) technology, an Isis executive clarified late on Wednesday.

  • News: Myki remains as Vic Govt spares IT

    The Victorian Government will retain the myki public transport smart card system, despite cost blowouts and failure to satisfy commuters.

  • News: Google Apps for Business: 10 Powerful Add-Ons

    Check out these 10 Google Apps add-ons designed to enhance the Google Apps experience and help you take care of business -- from data protection to project management and more. All add-ons can be found at Google Apps Marketplace, and most of them are free or offer a free edition

  • Opinion: Bin Laden News Targets Social Networking Weak Spot

    The death of Osama bin Laden, the dramatic events surrounding the military operation against bin Laden's compound in a posh Pakistani suburb, and the resulting conspiracy theories and fear of retaliatory attacks from Al Qaeda are all very popular topics of discussion. The hunger for details and breaking news is a catch-22, though, as malware developers use bin Laden as bait for attacks.

  • Opinion: How 'New' Is the New iMac? iFixit Teardown Tells All

    Apple announced its new upgraded iMacs earlier this week, and sure enough, the geeks over at iFixit have already cracked one open to discover their deepest, darkest secrets.

  • Opinion: Firefox Add-On Feedly Corrals Your RSS and Twitter Feeds

    Want to follow too much news and get too much information, but have too little time? Then you want the free Firefox add-in Feedly, which lets you assemble your own personalized online newspaper from countless information sources across the Web. To get the latest info all you need to do is head to your personal Feedly page, and it's all there, waiting for you, gathered via RSS and Twitter feeds.

  • News: Anonymous not off the hook for the Sony PlayStation Network attack

    The worldwide hacker group Anonymous may have played a role - even unwittingly - in the theft of personal data from 77 million Sony PlayStation Network customers, according to a letter from Sony's chairman to a Congressional committee.

  • News: How We Moved Almost Everything to the Cloud: 5 Lessons

    Companies that move to the cloud have a whole host of decisions, one of the first being whether to develop their own software on top of a cloud infrastructure or to attempt to customize an existing cloud service.

  • Opinion: CBS Sued For Distributing LimeWire Software

    An entrepreneur and over a dozen hip-hop artists are suing CBS over its part in contributing to piracy. The suit, filed by FilmOn founder Alki David in federal court on Wednesday, accuses CBS's CNET arm of exacerbating piracy problem by distributing LimeWire software on its website.

  • Opinion: 3 Reasons - Smart Buildings - Smart Grid Killer App

    Smart Buildings could be the killer app that secures widespread adoption of the Smart Grid for three reasons: (1) advanced analytics will generate buy-in (2) advanced integration will provide flexibility for adoption across industries, and (3) Smart Buildings will provide two-way communication of Smart Grid goals and benefits between customers and utilities.



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