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  • News: Apple program lets businesses buy apps in bulk

    When Alaska Airlines started distributing iPads to its pilots last year, the company also gave them $10 iTunes gift cards.

  • News: SAP's HANA in-memory database will gain ability to run ERP this year

    SAP plans to roll out support for the ERP module within its flagship Business Suite product family on the HANA in-memory database platform in the fourth quarter of this year, executive board member and technology chief Vishal Sikka said in an interview Wednesday.

  • News: HP plans September open-source release for webOS

    HP announced on Wednesday that it plans to release the code behind webOS in September under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

  • News: Notebook app adds iPad, Dropbox capabilities

    Appigo has relaunched its Notebook iOS app, expanding the note-taking tool from an iPhone-only offering into one that also works on the iPad. The updated app can also sync its documents among multiple other devices.

  • News: Expo Notes: Smile introduces PDFpen for iPad, iCloud storage

    Mac and iOS developer Smile Software got a jump on Macworld | iWorld by releasing PDFpen for iPad, which, when paired with PDFpen for Mac, creates what the company is billing as "the first complete solution for full-featured PDF editing on iPad and Mac."

  • News: Mozy releases 'Stash' file syncing service

    Mozy released the beta of a new file synchronization service called Stash, which allows photos, videos or documents to be uploaded automatically to the cloud and shared across any device.

  • News: Final phase of Mass. data protection law kicks in March 1

    All companies storing personal data on Massachusetts residents have until March 1 to ensure that their contractors, suppliers, technology providers and other third parties comply with a new provision of the state's data breach law.

  • News: Motorola files new suit against Apple

    Motorola on Tuesday filed a new lawsuit in Florida charging Apple with infringing six patents in the iPhone 4S and four of those patents in iCloud.

  • Opinion: Jailbreaking Waivers Set to Expire in 2012

    If you plan on jailbreaking your iPhone 4S using the new greenpois0n Absinthe software, you better hurry because there's a chance jailbreaking smartphones could become illegal again in the United States. Two exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that allow you to jailbreak and unlock your phone are set to expire in 2012. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group, is hoping to have both exemptions renewed. This time around, the foundation is also hoping to legalize jailbreaking for tablets and video game consoles such as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. If the jailbreaking exemptions are not renewed, the foundation says, jailbreaking could carry some stiff penalties including hefty fines.

  • News: MacBook, Mac mini get firmware updates

    We mentioned MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update 2.5 in our round-up of product news on Tuesday. But the software update for mid-2010 13-inch MacBook Pros wasn't the only firmware release to come out of Cupertino this week.

  • Opinion: The mystery of Safari's disappearing video

    Reader Kevin Mullane has gone on Safari and found himself lost. He writes:

  • News: Intego: 2011 offered bumper crop of Mac malware

    One of Apple’s chief advantages in the personal computing market has been that its Mac computers have been relatively impervious to viruses and malware, at least when compared to Windows-based PCs. But that advantage may have been more difficult to maintain in 2011—at least, according to a new report from security firm Intego.

  • News: IT pros believe data breach harm assessment is more valuable than victim notification, study says

    IT professionals believe that assessing the potential harm caused by data breaches is more useful to mitigating the effects of such incidents than notifying affected individuals, according to a survey published on the day the European Union's proposed a 24-hour deadline for data breach disclosures.

  • How-Tos: How to use legacy apps in Windows 7

    Looking to upgrade to Windows 7 from XP? Worried about being able to use your existing software? So was this reader. Our Helproom Expert was happy to help.

  • News: Goal of new security service: More involvement from ISPs, carriers

    New security analytics service purports to arm service providers with the information they need to keep their network traffic clean.

  • Opinion: Sh*t End Users Say

    Killing a video meme with one of our own

  • News: How to Choose a Mobile Carrier for Your Small Business

    Although you may have only a handful of major wireless providers to choose from, each offers an array of plans, services, devices, and pricing. Voice, messaging, and data aren’t the only options now that you have mobile Internet for laptops, tablets, and even mobile Wi-Fi hotspots.

  • News: Stick It to the Man: How the Web Spurs Political Change

    From Egyptians chanting in Tahrir Square, to a lone woman protesting clear-cutting of ancient trees, to indigenous people fighting for a better life, activists across the globe have turned to online tools such as blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to help bring about social and corporate change.

  • News: SAP confident of crossing $26 billion in revenue by 2015

    SAP said Wednesday that it had exceeded its guidance for revenue and profit in 2011, its best year in its 40-year history, and was positioned to exceed its revenue target of €20 billion (US$26 billion) in 2015.

  • News: Ubuntu 12.04 replaces application menus with 'heads up display'

    The 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’ release of Ubuntu Linux will allow users to abandon conventional application menus in favour of a “HUD” command line from which application commands can be summoned simply by typing them.



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