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  • News: 8 Reasons Why CIOs Shouldn't Race to Windows 8

    Windows 8 touts many new features, but there are a number of things such as cost, testing, compatibility, and training that CIOs need to consider before racing to migrate.

  • News: Apple updates Cards app with minor improvements

    Sending your holiday greeting cards and thank-you notes may just have become a smidgen easier. Apple on Tuesday released Cards 1.0.1, a small update to the photo card creation iPhone app that the company unveiled back in October.

  • Opinion: Blood and Glory Review: An Epic Action Game for Android

    Spoiler alert: If you've played the popular iOS game Infinity Blade, you'll find Blood and Glory's style to be…well...exactly the same. However, Glu Mobile has put Blood and Glory in a different setting and tossed in a different "story line," and it's free.

  • News: Google Android Market tops 10 billion downloads

    Google today said its Android Marketplace surpassed 10 billion app downloads -- a growth rate of 1 billion app downloads per month.

  • News: Want a Linux Job? Learn Java or Android

    It's no secret that Linux skills are a hot commodity in today's job market, and on Wednesday the Linux Foundation will publish some data that paints that picture in finer detail.

  • News: Red Hat RHEL 6.2 boosts storage capabilities

    Red Hat has updated its flagship operating system, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, with new technologies designed to cut the cost and improve performance of enterprise storage, the company announced Tuesday.

  • Opinion: H1Siri Brings Siri to iPhone 4, But Is One Hack to Avoid

    Jailbreakers and hackers will want to stay away from the H1siri hack that promises to bring Siri voice command functionality to the iPhone 4 and the fourth-generation iPod Touch. Several users and other developers have discovered that the hack actually contains illegal code, could break your device in several ways, and sends your personal information through questionable servers.

  • Opinion: TweetCaster: A Slick, Powerful Free Twitter Client

    Guess what? I've got a fever, and the only prescription is... More Twitter! If you feel the same, you should check out TweetCaster for Android. It's a robust Twitter client, and even its free, ad-supported version lets you add multiple Twitter accounts and work with each account separately.

  • How-Tos: Fix Your Windows 7 Network

    Setting up and maintaining your home PC network is easier than ever before with Windows 7--but that's not saying much. Many networking issues still aren't easily fixed from Windows 7's control panels. That's why we've compiled a list of common networking problems and their quick fixes.

  • News: Government leans on tech sector to drive economic recovery

    Britain is relying on the technology sector to drive innovation, attract foreign investment, and get the UK economy back on track.

  • News: No Google Wallet on Verizon's coming Galaxy Nexus

    Google Wallet, a mobile payment app, won't appear on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone from Verizon Wireless.

  • News: Determine which base station you're connected to on a bridged network

    Many folks use a second wireless router as a bridge to expand the reach of their main Wi-Fi network. Apple makes such a setup painless; it takes just a few clicks in Airport Utility, for example, to make an Airport Express extend your Airport Extreme’s wireless network. When you bridge a network this way, both base stations share one network name, and your Mac (or other Wi-Fi device) automatically switches between the base stations based on signal strength. But what if you want to know which base station you’re on at a given moment? Since the two bases sport the same name, that would seem to be impossible. Thanks to a tip from Macworld senior contributor Glenn Fleishman, I now know just how to do it.

  • How-Tos: Microsoft's Fix for Outlook's 'General Failure' Error for E-Mail Links

    For the past couple months I've been working to track down a solution to a problem that's been bugging Outlook users for at least a year: When you click a Web link embedded in an e-mail, Outlook returns this error:

  • News: Windows 8 Will Be an Upgrade Failure, IDC Predicts

    Windows 8 isn't even in beta yet, but IDC is already predicting that very few PC owners will upgrade from Windows 7 to it. And that's just for a start -- the company also predicts that Windows 8 tablets look to be a bust as well.Those predictions are contained in a new report, "Worldwide System Infrastructure Software 2012 Top 10 Predictions."

  • News: Fast Five: This week in IT 5/12/11

    Your guide to the biggest stories of the last week in Australian IT.

  • News: SuccessFactors acquiring Jobs2web days after SAP deal

    Cloud-based human resources software vendor SuccessFactors said Tuesday it is acquiring Jobs2web for US$110 million, just days after SAP announced it would buy SuccessFactors in a $3.4 billion deal.

  • News: Windows 8 will be 'largely irrelevant' on PCs, predicts IDC

    Microsoft faces a tough sell with Windows 8, IDC said, because it tries to 'offer the best of both worlds' with a single OS suitable for both desktops and tablets.

  • News: Dutch authorities raid three operators in price-fixing investigation

    The Dutch competition Authority NMa raided the offices of Vodafone, T-Mobile and KPN on Tuesday morning as part of an investigation into price fixing, the authority said.

  • News: C# wins developers, but Java still reigns

    Tiobe survey has C# nipping at C++'s heels in popularity, but C++ holds edge in growing mobile development field

  • How-Tos: How to change the Theme in Windows 7

    Microsoft's Window operating system offers plenty of ways to customise the interface of your PC



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