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    The security researcher who last week voluntarily canceled a talk on critical vulnerabilities in Siemens' industrial control systems took the German giant to task for downplaying the problem

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    They said it would never happen, and it nearly didn't -- but after many, many long years of waiting, Duke Nukem Forever is finally finished.

  • How-Tos: PlayBook Quick Tip: How to Type Special Characters

    The other day, while sipping a latte at the café and attempting to share my caffeine consumption with friends and colleagues via Twitter, I realized that though I've become fairly proficient with my BlackBerry PlayBook tablet's touch-screen keyboard, I didn't know how to type that accented "e" in "café."

  • News: Amazon Tablet: Why it's a Big Deal

    Slowly but surely, the Amazon tablet is becoming one of the biggest tech rumors of 2011.

  • News: Square vs. NFC: Battle of the Mobile Payment Systems

    Square unveiled new tools for both merchants and consumers to enable transactions with nothing more than smartphones and tablets. As mobile platform vendors and the credit card industry strive to implement NFC (Near Field Communications) payment systems, how does the Square solution stack up?

  • News: Infosys served US subpoena on B-1 visas

    Indian outsourcer Infosys Technologies said that it received a subpoena on Monday from a U.S. grand jury to provide certain documents and records in connection with the company's use and sponsorship of B-1 business visas.

  • News: Salesforce.com deepens ties to Japan

    Salesforce.com is expanding its presence in Japan with a series of new investments and partnerships, the on-demand software vendor announced Tuesday.

  • News: New 'Mango' Windows Phone version integrates apps

    Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled many new features to its Windows Phone software but it left out a few that some people had hoped to see.

  • News: Researchers crack Microsoft, eBay, Yahoo, Digg audio captchas

    Researchers have figured out how to to crack captchas, making it possible to launch automated attacks against sites such as Microsoft, eBay and Digg where opening phony accounts could be turned into cash.

  • News: 'Hurt Locker' Lawsuit Targets 24,583 BitTorrent Users

    Voltage Pictures, producers of the Oscar-winning 2009 film "The Hurt Locker," is suing 24,583 BitTorrent users for downloading the film.

  • News: M&S ahead on IT overhaul

    Marks & Spencer says it's on track to deliver £300m in savings through the upgrading of its IT and restructuring of it supply chain.

  • Opinion: Amazon's Servers Overwhelmed by Gaga Lady Gaga Fans

    A crush of Lady Gaga fans hit Amazon like a platform stiletto to the gut, overwhelming the company's servers. In an apparent promotion for Amazon's Cloud Drive service, users were invited to download the pop star's much-anticipated new album, "Born This Way," for only 99 cents and qualify for an upgrade to 20 GB of cloud storage - which usually costs $20 a year or comes with a full-price album purchase.

  • News: Former Fed CIO sees progress on 'digital economy' journey

    All three levels of government will have to be more collaborative and focused if they want to realize their goals around improving service delivery, according to a man who once led IT strategy across Canada's public sector.

  • News: From CIO to CEO: CANARIE's new president

    Mark Roman is replacing an "I" with an "E" to lead an organization that starts with "C," but the story of how he got there -- and what he'll do next -- is a lot more complex than that.

  • News: Standard Chartered Bank locks down Net banking

    With a banking heritage spanning more than 150 years, UK-based Standard Chartered Bank is one of the top 50 global banks. And as one of Hong Kong's three note-issuing banks, it needs no introduction to Computerworld Hong Kong readers (its issuance of the commemorative HK$150 note was an award-winner for marketing, although don't expect to see this interesting banknote in your change from Wellcome or Watsons anytime soon).

  • News: Oracle's database now available on Amazon Web Services

    Oracle's database is now available for deployment on Amazon Web Services, the companies announced Tuesday, but with some key limitations.

  • News: Data centers as instruments of policy

    Whenever we here at Computerworld Hong Kong speak with our readers, they tell us of Hong Kong's unique business structure. No other place has such a mix of public and private sector initiatives--government working with private interests to supply services to the public.

  • How-Tos: Overclock Your CPU, GPU, and RAM

    You want the best performance possible from your computer, but you can't afford any hardware upgrades. No problem--we'll show you how to safely overclock your existing desktop PC's CPU, GPU, and RAM and give it an extra shot in the arm.

  • News: Google buys consumer electronics comparison engine Sparkbuy

    Google has acquired Sparkbuy, a year-old Seattle startup that developed a comparison shopping service for consumer electronics products.

  • News: No PSN Store This Week

    Sony Europe has confirmed that the PlayStation Store probably won't be coming back this week, despite the contents of a leaked memo a short while ago.



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