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  • News: First quarter of 2011 was the most active for malware

    The first quarter of 2011 was the most active in history for malware, says McAfee.

  • News: HP launches IT Executive Scorecard software

    Hewlett-Packard plans to introduce a scorecard application that can visually summarize a wide swath of metrics taken from other HP software, the company announced Wednesday.

  • Opinion: HP's Massive Battery Recall: What You Need to Know

    Hewlett-Packard has recalled about 162,000 lithium-ion batteries used in its HP and Compaq laptop computers. The announcement, made late last week by HP and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), adds additional battery packs to a recall program announced just a week earlier.

  • News: Cloud computing 'like ordering a pizza'

    IT industry professionals, analysts and vendors all have their unique ideas when it comes to describing what Cloud computing means, but according to one infrastructure leader it's just like ordering a pizza.

  • News: BT strategist: Financial orgs using 20 Cloud services

    Financial services organisations might be conservative when it comes to moving core functions to the Cloud, but that hasn't stopped the industry from embracing as many as 20 Cloud services already, according an IT strategist at BT Financial Group.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Samsung says

    Samsung wants a sneak peek at the next iPhone and iPad (don't we all?), Rolling Stone's head honcho finds iPad publications shrug-worthy, and Twitter and the iPhone may soon be better friends than ever. The remainders for Tuesday, May 31, 2011 are here to stay. Until tomorrow.

  • Opinion: You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Privacy

    Have you ever heard of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986? I hadn't either, not until Senator Leahy (D-Vermont) moved to update it this year with a new amendment that make it more difficult for government agents to access data on remote servers containing information about who you've been talking to, where you've been and what you've seen.

  • Opinion: Apple Releases Mac Defender Security Update

    MacOS users now can fence themselves off from the Mac Defender malware. Apple released a security update to Mac OS 10.6.7 that detects and deletes the malware that allegedly rode in as a Trojan horse on Google Image files.

  • Opinion: Apple Brings iWork to iPhones, But Problems Remain

    Apple Tuesday introduced a new version of its iWork suite of office applications, for the first time making the productivity tools available on its Phone and iPod Touch devices as well as on the iPad.

  • News: Logitech's LifeSize aims for Android video soon

    Logitech's LifeSize division expects to bring one-way video streaming to Android devices in a few months and introduce a two-way videoconferencing system to tablets and smartphones later this year.

  • News: iWork comes to iPhone and iPod touch

    Apple has announced the launch of its iWork apps - Keynote, Pages and Numbers - for the iPhone and iPod touch.

  • Opinion: HTC Desire HD Hacked To Run Ubuntu Natively

    The HTC Desire phone range are pretty nice as it is, but it would also be cool to see how the phone runs under another operating system. It didn't take the guys over and the XDA Developers forum too long to get the Android phone to boot Ubuntu natively.

  • News: Internode founder joins FiRe entrepreneur ranks

    Internode founder and managing director, Simon Hackett, has taken out the Future in Review (FiRe) 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year award in the US, for his work in telecommunications.

  • News: Telstra CIO seeks Agile skills for change program

    The CIO of Telstra has taken the unusual step of personally writing a job ad. Patrick Eltridge wants to hire experienced Agile process coaches for a change program he sees as exciting and rewarding.

  • News: Steve Ballmer: Office 365 to launch in June

    Steve Ballmer said Microsoft's cloud productivity service will launch next month.

  • News: Official Olympics Game Announced

    Sega has announced the official game of the London 2012 Olympics -- well, the official game that doesn't feature Mario and Sonic, anyway.

  • News: Uncharted 3 Multiplayer Explained

    Amidst the world going Call of Duty Elite crazy, Naughty Dog has announced its plans for Uncharted 3's multiplayer modes.

  • Opinion: Verizon Bill Follows Customer to the Grave

    Sometimes you get the feeling that the bills keep coming and they won't stop until you're dead. And sometimes, even then, the bills keep coming.

  • Opinion: Disney Researches Force Feedback on Your Spine

    Sometimes I don't think games are immersive enough. I'll pull some ridiculous maneuver in Dirt 3, and all I get is a little controller shake. Pffh. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks this, because, according to New Scientist, the engineers at Disney Research in Pittsburgh are working a "Tactile Brush" that can mimic motion across your back.

  • Video: COMPUTEX: Intel introduces Ultrabook design

    Intel is hoping to see a new class of Ultrabook thin and light laptops based around its chips

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