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  • News: Data centres experiment with new power sources

    Data centre power usage is soaring - the US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that data center energy requirements will double in the next five years. To address that surge in energy use, some companies are turning to alternative sources of energy, including solar arrays, natural gas turbines, wind power, fuel cells and hydro power. But one big question is whether these power sources will deliver a return on investment in the near future.

  • News: IEEE investigates Ethernet bandwidth needs

    The IEEE standards body is forming a committee to assess the future bandwidth needs of large organizations and service providers, with an eye toward next steps in Ethernet standards.

  • News: Dell extends data center line for virtualization

    LAS VEGAS -- At the Interop trade show this week, Dell will expand its networking, server and storage product lines to help users migrate from legacy data centers to those more heavily reliant on virtualization.

  • News: Google Apps Tops Exchange at Cinram

    When manufacturing firm Cinram International migrated from Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps, the company saw 'a night-and-day difference' in the cost of the systems and the vendors' customer service.

  • News: Amazon Service Outage Reinforces Cloud Doubts

    The days-long partial outage of Amazon.com's EC2 cloud service has heightened fears that the technology doesn't meet the security and performance needs of large businesses.

  • Opinion: My CPU is Overloaded

    Jim Richmond asked why his CPU is running at 100 percent, slowing down his PC to a crawl.

  • News: Apple Ousts Google as Top Tech Brand

    Apple is the most valuable brand in the world, beating out former top brand Google. The house that Jobs built is so highly valued that it is worth more than Microsoft and Coca-Cola combined, according to the 2011 BrandZ Top 100.

  • News: Android passes BlackBerry in U.S. smartphone survey

    BlackBerry's share of the U.S. smartphone market continued to decline in the first quarter of 2011, according to a ComScore report.

  • News: Tablets Replacing Laptops and eReaders

    New survey results from Nielsen show that users are ditching their laptops, abandoning their ereaders, and leaving their MP3 players behind. For a large, and growing segment of the population, the tablet is the new primary computing and entertainment device.

  • News: Amazon Cloud Player music service adds iOS compatibility

    A mere two months after its release, Amazon’s Cloud Player online music player has finally added what you might call grudging compatibility with iOS devices. However, that support doesn’t come in the form of a native app, as many users had hoped, but rather as a silent update to the service’s Web interface.

  • Opinion: Go Behind the Scenes at Apple Gratis Fortune Magazine

    Fortune magazine has figured out an interesting way to get people to pay for its periodical on the iPad: write a behind-the-scenes, insider's view about Apple's mysterious inner-workings. The magazine has unearthed some interesting little tidbits about one of the world's most popular technology companies and its CEO, Steve Jobs. The article is based on interviews with former Apple employees many of whom did not want to be named for fear of incurring the wrath of their former employer.

  • Opinion: Scalper Blamed for iPad 2 Buyer Violence in China

    A Chinese man says violence that broke out at a Beijing Apple Store on Saturday resulted from a scalper cutting into a line of customers waiting to buy the iPad 2.

  • Opinion: Conde Nast Reportedly Plans iPad Magazine Subscriptions

    Publisher Conde Nast may start selling in-app subscriptions via Apple's iPad as soon as next week according to the New York Post.

  • Feature: 3D Is Coming, Whether You Like It or Not

    It seems as if you can't go far on the Internet without finding another editorial ridiculing 3D. The TVs are too expensive, the movies make you dizzy, the glasses are a pain to use--the list goes on.

  • Opinion: Asian Financial Firms and Information Security

    Technology is an indispensable component of the business process — perhaps even more so for the high-profile and technology-dependent financial services industry. This is evident from IT security remaining in the pole position in technology investment priority within banks, insurers, and financial markets. In fact, visibility and importance of IT security products in financial enterprises have all but increased dramatically within the past two years following the global economic malaise

  • Opinion: 10 Major Apple iTunes Annoyances

    The bane of any iDevice user's existence is Apple's barely usable iTunes software.

  • News: Apple iTunes Alternatives: Make Managing Your Music Easy

    Love music but hate iTunes? We sure do: Just read "10 Major Apple iTunes Annoyances" to find out what we think. (Our Facebook friends feel the same; see their rant-and-rave comments for more.)

  • News: Web inventor Berners-Lee fights to keep it open

    A look at how the Web's inventor sees his creation more than two decades after its birth.

  • News: Living legends: Radia Perlman, Layer 3 wizard

    As important as Spanning Tree has been to the acceptance and spread of Ethernet, making it possible to link Ethernet segments without creating loops and packet storms, its inventor, Radia Perlman, says she always thought it was a bad idea.

  • News: Security pros launch cybersecurity index

    The index will track the overall sentiment of a group of cybersecurity experts to offer a measure of cyber risk.



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