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  • News: Half a million Android devices activated daily, says Google

    Carriers are now activating more than 500,000 new Android devices every day, according to Google Vice President of Engineering Andy Rubin.

  • News: Symantec finds big differences in iOS, Android security

    Apple iOS and Google Android have some big differences when it comes to mobile security, creating distinct potential vulnerabilities for enterprises embracing devices running these operating systems, according to analysis by Symantec.

  • News: Oracle aims 'Exastack' program at ISVs

    Oracle is hoping to convince independent software vendors to certify and run their products on its high-end Exadata and Exalogic appliances through a program called Exastack, the company announced Tuesday.

  • News: Office 365 vs. Google Docs Showdown: Feature by Feature

    Game on. Microsoft holds a virtual monopoly on office productivity software, but Google is virtually synonymous with the Web. Google has tried to challenge Microsoft with Google Docs, and now Microsoft is taking the battle onto Google's turf with the cloud-based Office 365. It's go time, as Microsoft released its suite Tuesday.

  • News: LulzSec, Anonymous Hacks Were Avoidable, Report Says

    The hacker group LulzSec made headlines recently with its smash and grab data breaches against Sony, the U.S. Senate, Arizona's Department of Public Security and PBS. But it turns out that attacks like these are often avoidable, according to a new report sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security.

  • News: 500,000 Android Devices Activated Every Day

    Google's Android operating system just hit a big milestone, with more than 500,000 new devices activated every day.

  • News: Sony adopts Intel's Light Peak technology in new laptop

    Sony has followed Apple's example and included proprietary data transfer technology based on Intel's Light Peak interconnect in its latest Vaio Z Series laptop, which was announced earlier this week.

  • News: Microsoft Office 365 goes live

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched the much-awaited Office 365 on Tuesday, after a beta program of about nine months, as the company responds -- some critics say belatedly -- to the rising popularity of cloud-based applications for collaboration and communication.

  • Opinion: Publish your iWeb site on Dropbox

    Now that MobileMe is on the way out, Hints reader vincent860524 wanted to be prepared for its eventual demise. Specifically, he wanted to figure out an alternative way to publish his iWeb projects online. His solution: Store his sites Dropbox.

  • News: Industry Criticizes 'Brutal' Team Bondi Working Practices

    L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi has come under fire from games industry professionals and association members, Develop reports.

  • News: Deadly Premonition Confirmed for Games on Demand in Europe

    Deadly Premonition was certainly a memorable game, whatever you ended up thinking of it. Featuring one of the best protagonists in recent memory coupled with some interesting design choices and open-world gameplay, its shoddy graphics and bizarre storyline drove some people away while drawing others in.

  • News: 35 Percent of College Students Use Apps While Driving

    So much for higher education. A University of Alabama at Birmingham survey reveals that one third of college students use mobile apps while driving. Worse the numbers don't change among those college students who have previously been in accidents where the use of a mobile phone application was a contributing factor in the accident.

  • News: Mastercard.com slammed again as punishment over WikiLeaks

    MasterCard's main website was unavailable for some time on Tuesday as it appeared hackers were again targeting the company for its refusal to process donations for the whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks.

  • News: Alcatel leaps ahead with 400-gigabit routing chip

    Alcatel-Lucent is charting a course to the next generation of carrier routers with new silicon that is focused today on delivering services from the edge of a network but could also power a massive packet engine for the core.

  • News: Citigroup former exec 'input fraudulent codes into system to embezzle £12m'

    A former vice president of Citigroup has been charged with stealing $19 million (£11.9 million) from the banking group's finance department, allegedly using false money transfer codes on a key system.

  • News: HP, IBM and Oracle lack cloud innovation, says BofA IT architect

    Tech giants HP, IBM and Oracle are "paralysed" when it comes to cloud innovation, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch IT architect.

  • News: Morrisons implements Oracle workload automation

    Supermarket chain Morrisons is attempting to optimise its IT performance by implementing a software automation platform.

  • Opinion: How to Make Great Business Cards

    Your business card is often the first--and sometimes the only--impression that people get of your company. Thus, you should shop around for the perfect business card design--or design your own, if necessary. Your business card should be simple, yet memorable, and have all of your contact information--name, phone number, fax number, email address, website address, and social media details.

  • Opinion: Slay Vampires With Your Phone

    Feel like slaying some vampires today? Or did you fall asleep watching True Blood and dreamt that you grew some fangs? Third Eye, a new free Android game from Viewdle, uses a combination of augmented reality and facial recognition technology to make a whole new kind of mobile game. Whether you're a fan of complex MMPORGs or enjoy casual social gaming, like Farmville or Mafia Wars, Third Eye offers something for everybody. The idea behind Third Eye is really cool, but I wonder if this first game in a three-part trilogy will be enough to hold the sometimes short attention span of gamers.

  • Opinion: Ubuntu Linux, Day 27: Working With GIMP

    From the very beginning of the 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux series I have had readers comment, tweet, and email me to take a look at GIMP--the GNU Image Manipulation Program. So, as we wind down the 30 days, today's post is dedicated to exploring the photo / image editing tool that is installed with Ubuntu.



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