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  • News: Ruby on Rails 3.1 will make the apps run faster

    Ruby on Rails creator David Heinemeier Hansson has released version 3.1 of his open-source Web application development framework, adding new features that should speed the rendering of Web pages for users.

  • News: Apple reportedly on another lost iPhone scavenger hunt

    Apple is reportedly trying to track down an iPhone prototype lost by a company employee at a San Francisco bar – an incident that sounds an awful lot like the high-profile lost-then-sold iPhone prototype scandal from last spring.

  • News: Mac OS X can't properly revoke dodgy digital certificates

    A programming glitch in Apple's OS X operating system is making it hard for Mac users to tell their computers not to trust digital certificates, exacerbating an ongoing security problem with a Dutch certificate authority that was recently hacked.

  • News: In fortified data center, NYSE runs 'gated' trading cloud

    Hurricane Irene mattered not to NYSE Euronext's large data center, which is built on land high enough to avoid 100-year floods and just about everything else.

  • News: Kairosoft's Grand Prix Story Heading to iPhones and iPads

    Initially an Android exclusive, Kairosoft's racing themed sim game is reportedly heading for iOS devices pretty soon.

  • News: How a global enterprise virtualised Exchange 2010

    Global organisations often face the challenge of distributed IT environments and, consequently, duplicated effort when it comes to IT. And it was this scenario that Chris Haaker, faced as principle architect at Reed Elsevier.

  • Opinion: Teagueduino Teaches You How To Bring Your Ideas To Life

    Arduino microcontrollers are pretty awesome. Without the help of an Arduino chip, there would be so many robots and hacks that GeekTech would never have had the pleasure to write about., Using an Arduino or similar microcontroller boards does take a bit of practice and patience, especially if you don't already know how to program.

  • News: Financial Times trades App Store for Web app

    Apple's rules on in-app purchases have claimed a prominent victim: The Financial Times's iOS apps--one for the iPhone and one for the iPad--were removed from the store this week, after the publication declined to make the changes required by Apple's terms.

  • Opinion: New Kindle Feature Lets You Ask Authors Questions

    Why did the beautiful CIA operative seduce the handsome yet ruthless former KGB agent in Chapter Four? And why didn't the mysterious clairvoyant use her psychic powers to pinpoint the serial killer's location?

  • Opinion: Google Turns On New Blogger Interface

    Google has been tinkering with the interface of its blogging platform, Blogger, for months, and it's finally rolling out the changes it's made across the service. On Wednesday, Google announced that the changes--which should make the interface easier to use and more efficient--will be appearing shortly.

  • News: Salesforce.com revs up mobile strategy with HTML5

    Salesforce.com is placing HTML5 at the forefront of its mobile strategy with an upcoming product, Touch.Salesforce.com, that will automatically render its applications on touch-enabled devices like Apple's iPad, the company plans to announce Wednesday during its annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco.

  • News: Photo could show Nokia's first Mango phone, the Nokia 703

    A leaked photo purportedly showing Nokia's first smartphone using Mango, the latest version of the Windows Phone operating system, depicts the handset as a full touchscreen device with no physical buttons on the front.

  • News: Google Apps Quick Tip: How to Work Offline

    Traditionally, if you found yourself without an Internet connection -- say at the airport, on a train or in the midst of a hurricane (ahem, Irene) -- you were usually out of luck if you wanted to get some work done.

  • News: Openwave says Apple, RIM violate patents

    Mobile software vendor Openwave Systems filed a complaint against Apple and Research In Motion at the U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday, saying the companies violated its patents and asking the agency to block importation of their products.

  • News: Is Transcend planning a 2TB USB thumb drive?

    According to a video posting on YouTube of memory card maker Transcend and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) have teamed up to produce a USB 3.0 flash drive with up to 2TB of capacity.

  • Opinion: Sprint Hiking Early Termination Fees for Smartphones

    Sprint believes that the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger will increase costs for consumers. So is it hypocritical that Sprint is making its own plans more expensive? According to Sprint enthusiast blog Sprintfeed, Sprint will hike early termination fees on September 9.

  • News: AT&T's Attempted T-Mobile Takeover: What Went Wrong

    The U.S. Department of Justice today served a slap in the face to AT&T, suing to block the company from acquiring T-Mobile.

  • Opinion: Firefox's Rapid Release Schedule Draws More Blame

    Mozilla's new rapid release schedule for its Firefox browser has come under considerable fire in recent weeks, and over the weekend even more fuel was added to the conflagration.

  • News: Hackers may have stolen over 200 SSL certificates

    Hackers may have obtained more than 200 digital certificates from a Dutch company after breaking into its network, including ones for Mozilla, Yahoo and the Tor project, a security researcher reported today.

  • News: VMware strives to expand security partner ecosystem

    VMware yesterday said it has added more security vendor partners to its vShield product-development program in which security firms work with the company to develop data protection specifically designed for VMware's flagship virtualization platform, which today is vSphere 5.0.


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