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  • News: Solution providers brief Pasha Stakeholders

    The ICT Board together with its partners supporting the digital villages' project held a forum with the "Pasha centers" winning entrepreneurs. The forum aimed to educate the successful loan applicants on what role they should play in increasing ICT awareness and utilization by all Kenyans.

  • How-Tos: Preview the print queue with Quick Look

    When you print documents with your Mac, they show up in your printer's queue. You can view that queue by clicking the printer icon in your Dock. Sometimes, though, it's difficult to tell exactly which documents are which in that queue--especially if you're printing a bunch of untitled or similarly-named files. Hints reader ppinheiro76 figured out a delightfully simple way to get quick previews of the files you're printing.

  • Opinion: Asus' Padfone Combines Smartphone With Tablet Dock

    It's the hybrid of the gadget world, and computer maker Asus wants in.

  • How-Tos: Can I Wirelessly Connect My PC to My HDTV?

    Ernest Valdez, Jr. asked how he could wirelessly send a video signal from his computer to his HDTV.

  • News: What Your Wireless Carrier Knows About You

    Like a lot of cell phone users, you may be wondering just what your wireless company knows about you. Can it see what kinds of apps you're running on your phone and where you go online while you're out and about? Can it tell what types of phones and tablets are connected to their networks, and how much data they consume? The answer to these questions is "yes."

  • News: Cloud Suites, Finance Services Offer a Wealth of Features

    Of all the PC software that people use, none is so entrenched on desktops as the office suite. Microsoft Office remains the de facto global standard in business-document editing, and every other office package must support Office's file formats to survive. This fact largely explains why cloud-based office software got off to a slow and shaky start.

  • News: East Africa invests a combined US$400m in fiber

    Five East African countries are investing a combined US$400 million in terrestrial fiber optics for backbone cables that, when complete, will provide a vast network for Internet connectivity.

  • News: BonitaSoft updates open source BPM suite

    French software company BonitaSoft has released version 5.5 of its Bonita Open Solution, an open source Business Process Management (BPM) suite, adding more development and testing tools.

  • News: Match.com wants to get to second base with Meetic

    Online dating site Match.com has made an offer for the outstanding shares of French dating site Meetic, of which it is already a part owner, the company said on Monday.

  • News: Samsung demands to see Apple's next iPhone, iPad

    In the latest round of an ongoing patent and trademark battle, Samsung on Friday asked a federal judge to make Apple provide the Korean electronics giant with samples of its next-generation iPhone and iPad.

  • News: Satyam sets up testing center for MasterCard

    Satyam Computer Services is setting up a business applications testing center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for payments company MasterCard, reflecting a growing interest among customers to sign up new business with the Indian outsourcer as it recovers from a financial scandal.

  • News: Asus demos phone-tablet combo, Meego netbook

    Taiwan's Asustek Computer has previewed a smartphone-tablet PC combo device that seeks to bring together the strengths of both devices without completely duplicating the hardware.

  • News: ViewSonic shows tablet using Intel's new Atom chip

    ViewSonic unveiled a 10-inch tablet running both Android and Windows on Intel's newest Atom processor, Oak Trail, at the Computex trade show.

  • News: Police roll out full e-procurement

    A deal has been struck by the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) with ProcServe to roll out the National Police Procurement Hub across police forces in England and Wales.

  • News: ARM servers still 'several years' away, its president says

    The president of ARM Holdings has sought to temper the expectations around ARM-based servers, saying those systems might not ship in volume before 2015.

  • News: ARM expects half of mobile PC market by 2015

    ARM Holdings hopes to wrestle dominance of the mobile PC market from Intel and have ARM-based processors in more than half of all tablets, mini-notebooks and other mobile PCs sold in 2015, the company's president said Monday.

  • News: Nvidia shows tablet running quad-core Tegra chip

    Nvidia has shown a prototype tablet computer running a four-core version of its Tegra processor and said products based on the new chip will go on sale starting in September.

  • News: China censors Web to curb Inner Mongolia protests

    China is blocking mention of Inner Mongolia on Chinese microblogs and social networking sites, as part of an effort to clamp down on protests that broke out last week in the region.

  • News: Lockheed Martin acknowledges 'significant' cyberattack

    Lockheed Martin Saturday night acknowledged that it its information systems network had been the target of a "significant and tenacious attack," but said that its security team detected the intrusion "almost immediately and took aggressive actions to protect all systems and data."

  • News: Five Reasons Microsoft Can Still Win the Tablet War

    Microsoft has let it be known that the next version of Windows will run on ARM-architecture, and it has demonstrated early builds of Windows 8--or whatever Microsoft ultimately calls the next OS--on a tablet at both CES 2011, and MIX '11. While Microsoft did a quick 180 on comments from Steve Ballmer confirming a 2012 launch of Windows 8, we know it's coming sometime, and when it does it quickly dominate the tablet market.


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