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  • News: Microsoft patches critical Windows drive-by bug

    Microsoft today shipped seven security updates that patched eight vulnerabilities in Windows and a code library used to protect Web applications from cross-site scripting attacks.

  • News: Mobile shopping had monster holiday season

    Sales and traffic from mobile devices to online retailers during the holidays doubled over 2012 with Apple iPhone and iPad users leading the charge, according to research from IBM.

  • News: 9 hot technology startups to watch in 2012

    These networking and IT startups could hit the big time in 2012 with game-changing innovations in a wide array of fields.

  • News: Snapseed photo editor is coming to Mac App Store

    Nik Software has announced that it's bringing Snapseed, its popular photo-editing software for iOS, to the Mac.

  • News: Let's go to the replay: Stanford beams in-game action to fans' phones

    Early on in the November 26 Stanford-Notre Dame football clash, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck lobbed a ball toward the corner of the end zone. His receiver, tight end Levine Toilolo, leapt up, reached over the head of the Fighting Irish defender to nab the ball, and landed in the end zone for the first touchdown of the game.

  • News: Company says carriers, phone makers infringe patent

    The story, "Company says carriers, phone makers infringe patents," which posted to the newswire Monday, incorrectly described the status of a second patent. The seventh paragraph has been corrected on the wire and follows:

  • News: Splunk 4.3 gets a boost for business analysis

    With the newest update of its machine-data search engine, Splunk has expanded the user interface in a number of ways so it can be more easily used by business analysts as well as system administrators.

  • News: Pyxis Mobile becomes Verivo Software, broadens its scope

    The enterprise mobility provider is expanding its focus to include the deployment and management of mobile apps

  • News: M&S e-commerce IT systems bolster Christmas revenues

    Marks & Spencer has revealed that its M&S Direct online ordering service and Christmas Food to Order site played a key part in delivering the company with sales growth in the last quarter, as it invested heavily in IT.

  • Opinion: Linux Takes on a Bigger Role at This Year's CES

    The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event is always a fun place to learn about the latest new gadgets coming down the pike, but--aside from Google's ubiquitous Android platform--Linux has not typically played a starring role.

  • News: Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone

    The Samsung Galaxy Note, with the world's largest smartphone screen at 5.3-in, doesn't really feel all that big at all.

  • News: Amazon introduces iPad Kindle Store

    Amazon on Tuesday launched a dedicated iPad-optimized Kindle Store at amazon.com/iPadKindleStore/. Originally, Amazon’s Kindle e-reading app for iOS included a link to its Web-based store; in July 2011, Amazon removed that link to comply with Apple’s stricter policies. The new, touch-friendly, Web-based Kindle Store steers clear of violating Apple’s rules.

  • News: CommVault to combine backup, archive functions

    CommVault plans to announce an upgrade to its flagship Simpana software in the next several weeks that will allow backed-up data to be archived while still leaving end users will an easy way to retrieve that data.

  • News: Tech Finds Its Voice Control

    Voice control is looming large at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with companies such as Ford, Lenovo, LG, Nuance, and Samsung touting voice control for high-definition televisions, ultrathin laptops and cars. Here's a look at some of the next-generation gadgets that you'll be talking to (even when other people are watching).

  • News: UK retailers warned to prepare for EU cookie legislation

    Online retailers in the UK are being warned that they must act now to address new EU cookie legislation, or risk damaging user experience and constraining opportunities for customer conversion when the law comes into force later this year.

  • News: Microsoft's Steve Ballmer Talks Windows 8

    Microsoft’s keynote speech at CES 2012 may have been the company’s last at the annual trade show, but CEO Steve Ballmer didn’t make too much of the parting of ways. Microsoft has more often than not announced key products at their own shows in the fall rather than at CES. Still, Ballmer’s keynote showed off a lot of the heavy-hitting items that Microsoft will depend on in the coming year, and that you’ll look to buy. On the top of that list is the company’s next major update to Windows.

  • News: Virtual-security appliances winning users over traditional messaging-security software

    There's no question enterprises want messaging security -- the market for products and services worldwide reached almost $3.2 billion last year, up from $2.7 billion in 2010, and will grow to $4.78 billion in 2015, according to research firm IDC. But a fundamental shift is occurring that foresees businesses favoring virtual-security appliances over more traditional messaging security software.

  • News: iOS 5.1 Beta Hints At Quad-Core iPhone, iPad

    Apple released to developers a third beta of iOS 5.1 that brings back the 3G data toggle missing on the iPhone 4S since its release. There are no other changes on the surface in the new beta, but according to 9To5Mac, strings inside the iOS 5.1 beta 3 code hint at a quad-core iPhone and iPad this year.

  • News: French operator Free slashes mobile pricing with 3G network launch

    French ISP Free lived up to its name Tuesday with its launch of France's fourth mobile phone network.

  • News: OnLive Desktop Brings Windows 7 and Microsoft Office to the iPad

    Tablets are great for consuming content, but so far have been lacking in the ability to create it. Whether it’s the limited hardware capabilities, the touchscreen interface, or just that software, vendors haven’t had enough time to adapt their offerings. So users still turn to desktops when serious work needs to be done. OnLive is looking to change that by offering full Windows applications “from the cloud”, starting by making Microsoft Office available to the iPad.


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