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  • News: SAP co-CEO McDermott talks up HANA, mobility and SaaS

    SAP has seen software sales rebound steadily after a dip during the global recession, and is hoping to supercharge its business with forays into in-memory computing, SaaS (software as a service) and mobile applications, a business it entered with last year's acquisition of Sybase.

  • Opinion: Luminate Aims to Turn Web Images into Mini-Apps

    The company formerly known as Pixazza has rebranded itself as Luminate and launched a new platform to help turn all the Web's images into mini-apps. It's cool technology with plenty of potential, but it seems destined to become the next thing to spam up the Web even more.

  • News: Google speeds up +1 button rendering

    Google has improved its +1 button to make it load and perform faster on Web pages that feature it.

  • News: Gaming on Google+: What Will It Look Like?

    Social gaming is big business for Facebook, and all signs point to Google's jumping into the social-gaming market with Google+. But can Google+ offer anything different (or better) than Facebook already does? We asked Kevin Chou, CEO of Kabam (Dragons of Atlantis, Kingdoms of Camelot), and Neil Haldar, executive producer for RocketNinja (Unstoppable Wrestling, Ocean Kingdom), about their first impressions of the gaming potential of Google+.

  • Opinion: Nine Creepy Apps

    There was an old Andy Griffith episode involving a stranger who arrived in Mayberry and knew so much about the townspeople and the goings-on of the town that it was as if he’d lived there for years. Everyone was mystified, but it turned out that the stranger was getting his information from the local paper, which he’d been receiving in the mail.

  • News: Virgin Mobile unifies IT, customer service sans CIO

    While most Australian telcos have CIOs presiding over dedicated IT departments, mobile network operator, Virgin Mobile, has unified its project management, IT and customer service business units under the guise of its chief operating officer, Matt Anderson.

  • News: Facebook Targets Google+ Users With Business Friendly Page

    Facebook introduced "Facebook for Business," a step-by-step guideline and tips page for small businesses using Facebook on Tuesday. This news is interesting, Colleen Taylor from GigaOm points out, primarily because it comes in the days after Google+ purged its social network of business accounts.

  • Opinion: Why the mobile software world needs Boot to Gecko

    Mozilla's attempt to create an open, web-based OS for mobile devices can only be a good thing for software developers. Here's why.

  • Feature: 8 great websites for book reviews

    PC Advisor readers reveal their favourite literary and book-review websites.

  • News: Dominos Pizza delivery of IT to outsourcers is 'crucial to resilience'

    Domino’s Pizza has said that a move to cloud computing, and the outsourcing of a number of its key IT elements, are crucial steps to providing “resilient” and “flexible” technology as it grows its business.

  • News: Pittsburgh looks to save money with Gmail migration

    In an attempt to get away from paying for high-priced email administrators, the city of Pittsburgh is looking to save money and move to the cutting edge with a migration to Google Apps.

  • News: SAP tying analytics to Google Maps, Earth

    SAP is planning to connect its analytics software with Google's Maps and Earth software, allowing users to mine insights from plotting business data against locations around the world, the companies announced Wednesday.

  • News: Freesat gives viewers access to ITV Player

    Freesat, the free satellite TV service from the BBC and ITV, has made ITV's online catch-up TV service available to its viewers.

  • Opinion: Walmart Offers New Streaming Video Purchases

    Walmart today launched a new service on its website that gives customers the option to purchase either a physical copy or a digital download for thousands of its video releases. The new service, offered in conjunction with Vudu, marks Walmart's entry into the streaming video industry.

  • News: New initiative aims to certify open clouds

    After forming in 2009 and stalling a couple of times since, the Open Cloud Initiative formally launched on Tuesday in an effort to encourage the adoption of open cloud principles.

  • News: LinkedIn Tip: How to Use the New Job Application Feature

    If you have empty fields in your LinkedIn profile, you might want to take some time to complete them. Professional networking site LinkedIn is rolling out a plug-in that lets jobseekers use their LinkedIn profile information to apply for positions right from an employer's Website with the click of a button.

  • Opinion: How To Unlock the Hidden Facebook iPad App (Again)

    Yesterday, after Facebook accidentally leaked their long-overdue official iPad app, the blogosphere erupted with instructions on how to unlock the hidden app. Facebook quickly responded by blocking Facebook for iPad. Clearly there is a lot of interest in the app, because today hacker chpwn released a tool called FaceForward that re-enables the hidden feature.

  • News: QR Codes Can Help Spread the Word About Your Business

    Smartphones are everywhere. Mobile payments and location-based services are already drawing people to take out their phones while they're out and about, and QR codes are another way your business can connect to customers through their smartphones. QR codes are easy to generate and provide a great way to convey information directly from the real world to the digital world. Here's how to put them to work for your business.

  • News: Facebook Edges Google as Most-Typed URL Domain

    Faceboook.com is the domain to have (count the 'o's) if phishing scams are your game. That's because it's the most popular mistyped entry into a browser URL bar, according to data collected and analyzed by Chris Finke from his browser add-on, URL Fixer. The site misleads errant visitors to believe they've won some sort of contest for Facebook users.

  • News: Dell debuts cloud-ready system

    Using OpenStack cloud software, Dell has created a package of hardware, software and services that organizations can use to deploy their own IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) operations.


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