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  • News: Salesforce.com makes two-pronged cloud push with Force.com, Heroku

    Salesforce.com has two cloud platforms, and it's keeping them both.

  • News: Microsoft online chief: I would never log into a Chromebook

    Surprise! A Microsoft executive doesn't like Google products.

  • News: Yahoo makes new mail available to all users

    Yahoo is rolling out the newest version of its e-mail service and inviting all of its 284 million users to upgrade.

  • News: Jive buys OffiSync to deepen links with Microsoft apps

    Jive Software has acquired OffiSync, whose technology links Microsoft desktop applications with cloud-based enterprise social collaboration suites.

  • Opinion: Help the World with Random Hacks of Kindness

    You don't have to set you mind too far back to think of the homemade hacks created to help others: In March we covered an open-source Kimono lantern created to assist Japanese quake and tsunami victims. Sadly, there will be some genuinely useful open-source hacks that go unnoticed by the masses. So, for those with the passion to tinker and big hearts, there's Random Hacks of Kindness.

  • News: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 trailer released

    The official reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has been released on YouTube by Activision, showing scenes of warfare and chaos in locations around the globe like America, England, France and Germany.

  • Opinion: Should Young Kids be on Facebook? Experts Are Skeptical

    Over the weekend Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made comments suggesting he wants to get younger kids using the social networking site. Zuckerberg framed Facebook as a tool to help educate children about using the internet before suggested that COPPA, a federal law designed to protect the online privacy of children under the age of 13, is standing in the way of that goal.

  • News: MeeGo conference eyes uses beyond phones

    Supporters of the MeeGo open-source platform put tablets, in-car systems and TV in the spotlight at a conference in San Francisco on Monday, saying the technology had broad potential while downplaying its role in smartphones.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Cruising altitude

    Greetings from high above the face of the Earth--37,102 feet, to be exact. It may only be Monday as I wing my way back to the East coast, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to talk about, whether it's rumors about the next generation iPhone 5, an exciting real estate investment for Apple, or a surprise visitor at the Apple Store. The remainders for Monday, May 23, 2011 have returned their tray tables and seat backs to the upright, locked position.

  • Opinion: eProductivity Stand-Alone Brings GTD to Lotus Notes

    It's been years since I was last forced to use Lotus Notes as my primary business e-mail system, and I don't miss it. But I still know more than a few professionals who depend on Notes for the bulk of their daily business communications, calendar tracking, and other essential work stuff. If you're a Notes user interested in bringing GTD to your inbox, eProductivity is definitely worth a look.

  • Opinion: Is Open Source Up to Par? Just Ask the DoD

    Last week provided a significant boost to open source software in the form of survey results suggesting that such technologies have now become a norm in the business world. Now, in what's perhaps an even bigger blow to proprietary vendors, none other than the Department of Defense has weighed in with its own support for open technology.

  • News: Rumor: Legacy of Kain Reboot?

    First Carmageddon, now Legacy of Kain? Did someone open a portal to 1997 when we weren't looking? What's next for the reboot treatment?

  • Opinion: Imaginary Phone Turns Your Hand Into a 'Touchscreen'

    So now that we've all got touchscreen smartphones, what's the future hold for handheld interfaces? If the Hasso-Plattner Institute has anything to say, it's probably something along the lines of use-your-palm-as-an-imaginary-phone.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Offers Students Free Xbox 360 with PC Purchase

    Student looking to buy a laptop or desktop computer this coming semester can pick a free Xbox 360 gaming console thanks to a pretty sweet Microsoft promotion. The Xbox deal is valid with the purchase of any Windows 7 computer starting at $699.

  • News: Norwegian military admits to March cyberattack

    The Norwegian military has admitted to being hit by a potentially serious targeted cyberattack attack in March, sources in the country have reported.

  • News: JANET network offers tablet 3G connectivity to college staff

    The JANET education network is providing remote mobile access to academic and support staff through an agreement with the 3 mobile network.

  • News: HP sets sights on beating the iPad

    HP wants to emulate its success in the PC market in the tablet market, putting an end to the iPad's dominance.

  • How-Tos: Importing clips into iMovie for iOS

    Old college chum, Steve Adams, struggles with a seeming limitation of iMovie on his iPhone. He writes:

  • Opinion: Rooted Android Devices Blocked From Movie Rentals

    Bad news, hackers: It looks like the honeymoon with Android is over. As Android Central points out, rooted devices are being blocked from renting movies from the Android Marketplace. Rooted devices that attempt to download a movie are pinged with the following message: "Failed to fetch license for [movie title] (error 49)."

  • News: Oracle sued by university for alleged ERP failure

    Montclair State University is suing Oracle over an allegedly botched ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project, saying a series of missteps and delays could ultimately cost the school some US$20 million more than originally planned, according to a complaint filed last week in U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.



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