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  • Opinion: Evernote Releases Two New iOS Apps: Evernote Food and Evernote Hello

    Evernote, the popular multi-platform tool for organizing all your notes, has released two new iOS apps that promise to make two of the most difficult organizational tasks easier. Evernote Food is a meal tracker that promises to help you keep track of everything you eat, and Evernote Hello is a contact manager that looks to make it easier to remember new people you meet.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Take a swipe out of crime

    The iPhone is walking the beat, Apple's spaceship is getting closer to liftoff, and how would you like to work for with Siri? The remainders for Wednesday, December 7, 2011 are clocking off.

  • Opinion: Channel your negative thoughts

    Being connected allows us to take advantage of all sorts of things: above all else, the web is an exceptional source of information. But it also lets us channel our negative thoughts.

  • News: EMC's Greenplum goes big in data analytics

    The Greenplum division of EMC is building a single data analytics platform that can crunch both structured and unstructured data and give a broad range of users the tools to study an enterprise's information.

  • News: Yahoo simplifies access to BOSS search development platform

    Yahoo will introduce on Wednesday several new features in its Search BOSS application development platform intended to make it easier for programmers and web publishers to adopt and use.

  • News: Kmart to replace LAN with Ethernet switches

    Kmart Australia will replace its local area network infrastructure with Ethernet switches, with the project set to support some 180 stores across Australia and New Zealand.

  • Opinion: Microsoft releases Xbox Live app for iPhone and iPad

    In a rather surprising move, Microsoft just announced the release of an official Xbox Live app for iOS. The universal app is free and formatted for both iPhone and iPad. The ability to access Xbox Live has been a distinguishing characteristic of Windows Phone 7 since its launch, and while there have been plenty of third-party apps to allow partial Xbox Live access on Android and iOS devices, this is the first time Microsoft has directly supported a competitor's product with Xbox Live.

  • Opinion: Verizon CEO: Shared Data Plans Coming Next Year

    In 2012, Verizon wants to offer a single data plan for every device you own, according to the company's CEO, Lowell McAdam.

  • News: Microsoft releases official Xbox Live app for iOS

    In a surprise move, Microsoft on Wednesday released an official iOS client for its Xbox Live online service dubbed My Xbox LIVE. The app comes on the heels of the redesigned Xbox Dashboard interface that Microsoft began rolling out earlier in the week.

  • Opinion: Hiding purchased iOS apps

    Reader Tim Campbell finds his App Store purchase history cluttered. He writes:

  • Opinion: Like Chrome OS? Try Lime for Extra Hardware Support

    Google's Web-centric Chrome OS operating system has drawn considerable interest since its birth two years ago, but not everyone can enjoy it because of the limited hardware it's available on.

  • News: Dell, Salesforce.com deepen partnership around SMB cloud app delivery

    Dell is rounding out its cloud CRM (customer relationship management) service with the addition of Salesforce.com's Service Cloud customer-service software, the companies announced Wednesday.

  • News: IBM launches enterprise social collaboration apps for tablets

    Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM will release on Wednesday several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.

  • News: DOJ questions if the AT&T and T-Mobile deal is still active

    AT&T's decision to withdraw its application to obtain T-Mobile USA's mobile spectrum license at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission raises a question about whether the company's proposed acquisition is still active, the U.S. Department of Justice has said.

  • News: FAQ: CNET's "Trojan" installer

    CNET is under fire for downloading more than just open source software with the open source software that it makes available on its Web site.

  • News: Windows Store For Windows 8: Your Questions Answered

    As Microsoft readies the debut of Windows 8 beta code for February it's sharing more about one of the biggest additions to the upcoming operating system, a brand new app store. Microsoft is calling it Windows Store and it will feature what are called Metro-style apps designed for both Windows 8 tablets, laptops, and desktop PCs. Metro-style apps are primarily for managing photos, entertainment, social networking, and messaging on Windows 8 devices.

  • News: Rogue Amoeba launches Piezo, a simple audio recorder

    If you find recording audio from one of your Mac’s apps just too darn cumbersome, the audio experts at Rogue Amoeba have just the program for you. The company’s newest app is Piezo, a lightweight and easy to use audio recorder.

  • News: Auditor: Big Aussie SAP project behind schedule, over budget

    A major SAP ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project being conducted by the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities has hit a rocky patch, with projected costs for the first phase ballooning from A$153 million (US$157 million) to A$210 million (US$215 million), according to a new report by the Australian state's auditor.

  • News: X1 Improves Search with Facebook Updates and Twitter Tweets

    X1 is making waves again with it’s fast-as-you-can-type search tool. X1 Pro 7 now lets you search social network posts, and webmail in addition to local email and documents on the PC.

  • News: Opera releases interim version 11.6, continues work on hardware acceleration

    Opera Software on Tuesday released Opera 11.6, an interim build to tide over users while the company continues to work on version 12 and its hardware acceleration.

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