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  • News: Hands on with iOS 6: Siri

    Your favorite virtual assistant now knows a lot more than it ever did before. Beyond merely knowing answers to more kinds of questions, Siri in iOS 6 gains new functionality, simplifies some common tasks, and provides more useful results, too. And, for the first time, Siri in iOS 6 works on the iPad as well--provided the iPad in question is a third-generation model or newer.

  • News: Hands on with iOS 6: Installation

    iOS 6 arrives today, and eager users everywhere are getting ready to upgrade their devices. If you’re concerned about the upgrade process, or simply want to know all your setup options before making the big switch, let us help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iOS 6 with this step-by-step guide.

  • News: Cloud Will Save U.S. Government Billions, But Security Concerns Persist

    New study finds that government agencies can net substantial savings by moving mission-critical applications to the cloud, but security remains a top concern.

  • News: Salesforce.com reveals details of upcoming Chatterbox, Identity services

    Salesforce.com on Wednesday revealed more details of its upcoming Chatterbox file-sharing service, which is set to compete with the likes of Box and Dropbox, as well as a new identity management platform called Salesforce Identity.

  • News: Arista looks to ward off Cisco with new low-latency switch

    Arista Networks this week lowered the latency and upped the software programmability of its switches with the introduction of the Arista 7150S series.

  • News: Cisco looks to one-up Arista, Juniper with Nexus 3548

    Looking to reverse the momentum of rivals Arista and Juniper in high-frequency trading, Cisco this week unveiled a new generation of ultra low-latency Nexus switches based on custom silicon.

  • News: Developer reveals Virgin Mobile login flaw

    Company has flunked 'Web security 101' with lax username and password requirements, says developer who divulged

  • News: BSIMM4 gets bigger, better

    Group, which builds security through cooperation among competitors, has 'reached a critical mass,' co-founder says

  • News: When does free mean none?

    The International Telecommunications Union is scheduled to meet in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for two weeks in early December to revise the international treaties that define the ITU's role in the world. Many organizations have submitted proposals for changes to the existing treaties, which were last revised in the mostly pre-Internet era of 1988. One particular proposal, if adopted, has the potential of redefining the term "free" on the Internet to mean "none."

  • News: Arista looks to ward off Cisco with new low-latency switch

    Arista Networks this week lowered the latency and upped the software programmability of its switches with the introduction of the Arista 7150S series.

  • News: Google privacy has improved since Street View gaffe, says ICO

    Google has made “significant progress” over the past year in its handing of personal data, and has put in place new measures to enhance privacy following the Street View gaffe of 2010, according to an audit by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

  • News: Ultrabooks get affordable McAfee anti-theft syetem

    Worried about losing that expensive new Ultrabook and the data contained on it? McAfee hopes the latest version of the company’s Anti-Theft device-tracking security will tempt more consumers buying a slimline laptop to add this extra level of security to their shopping list.

  • News: Nimble Storage eyes A/NZ market

    Ongoing demand for storage offerings in Australia and New Zealand has attracted the attention of Silicon Valley-head quartered vendor, Nimble Storage.

  • News: iPhone 4S exploited in Mobile Pwn2Own hacking contest in Amsterdam

    Dutch security researchers hacked an iPhone 4S on Wednesday, showing how a malicious webpage can send all pictures, address book data and browsing history on the phone to a server of the attacker's choice.

  • News: OpenStack Foundation launches

    After almost a year of preparation, The OpenStack Foundation has launched as a stand-alone nonprofit organization, freeing its namesake stack of open source cloud hosting software from the management of hosting provider Rackspace.

  • News: Security startup isolates untrusted content in virtual machines

    Security-software startup Bromium is shipping its first product, a virtualization client that runs any untrusted content inside its very own virtual machine -- a microVM -- protecting the underlying operating system and whatever content is stored on the physical machine from theft and malware infection.

  • News: Apple's rivals asked for opinions on ebooks antitrust remedies

    Apple, along with four major e-book publishers, have offered retailers such as Amazon the option to set their own prices for e-books for the next two years in a bid to end an antitrust investigation in the E.U.

  • News: Heroku entices enterprise Java developers with cloud platform

    Heroku's is aiming to expand its platform so businesses rely on it for core business needs, not just user-facing Web apps

  • News: Hands on with Dell's first Windows 8 tablet: Latitude 10

    We get our hands on Dell's first Windows 8 tablet which is aimed at business users.

  • News: SUSE Manager applies SCAP to Linux compliance

    Organizations using the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) to manage their SUSE and Red Hat Linux servers can streamline their reporting operations, thanks to an update of the SUSE Manager that now generates metrics and reports in the SCAP format.

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