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  • News: Diablo III to launch in May

    Blizzard Entertainment made the launch announcement Thursday, nearly four years http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/press/pressreleases.html?id=4606414 and acknowledging beta testing last summer. (The last edition in the franchise, Diablo II, was released in 2000.) Players of the new game can choose to be a barbarian, witch doctor, wizard, monk, or demon hunter--then go on an "epic quest" to rid Sanctuary of the evil "Burning Hells" in a series of intense battles.

  • News: Canadian government to open wireless ownership

    In an attempt to increase competition in the Canadian wireless industry, the federal government will lift the restrictions foreign companies now face if they want to buy small carriers.

  • News: Enterprise Application Store: There's one in your future

    Creating the mobile enterprise is one of the biggest challenges facing IT organizations. The benefits of supporting mobile users and building mobile applications are numerous and include increased productivity and organization flexibility.

  • News: HMRC halves IT costs while hitting record service levels

    HM Revenue & Customs has halved annual IT costs to £700 million, as it dramatically improved service levels.

  • News: Mozilla Offers Firefox Progress Report

    Mozilla has released an informal progress report on improvements made to Firefox this year, hailing such developments as add-on compatibility and synchronization improvements, silent updates, better organization of development tools and a number of planned Web platform updates.

  • News: Salesforce.com rolls out Rypple, revamps website-builder tools

    The story "Salesforce.com rolls out Rypple, revamps website-builder tools," posted to the wire on Thursday, incorrectly stated the title of a company executive in the 14th paragraph. The paragraph has been corrected on the wire and now reads:

  • News: Diablo III Set for May 15 Release Date

    PC gamers around the world will likely be calling in sick on May 15, when Blizzard releases Diablo III.

  • News: Microsoft, Apple free to flex Nortel patent muscles

    Apple, Microsoft and a handful of other tech companies are now free to license $4.5 billion in patents they bought at auction last year from bankrupt Nortel, which could open up a can of worms for companies using technology covered by the patents.

  • News: Cisco pays $5 billion for video company buy

    Cisco this week said it will acquire NDS Group Ltd., a provider of video software and content security systems for service providers and media companies, for $5 billion.

  • News: Why You Need Automated Server Access Controls

    A large number of enterprises have not implemented automated server access controls, exposing themselves to risks ranging from insider fraud and corporate espionage to regulatory compliance issues and even nation-state sponsored attacks, according to a recent report by information security research firm Echelon One and enterprise access management specialist Fox Technologies.

  • News: In new attack on mobile handsets, fraudsters target one-time-passwords

    Two online banking fraud schemes are designed to defeat the one-time-password (OTP) authorization systems used by many banks.

  • News: Western Digital's new Thunderbolt hard drive now available

    Western Digital on Thursday revealed that its new My Book Thunderbolt Duo, a two-drive desktop RAID array equipped with Thunderbolt connectivity, is now available for purchase for $600 (4TB capacity) and $700 (6TB capacity).

  • News: Speck's CandyShell case brightens up your iPhone 4/4S

    Speck’s $35 CandyShell for iPhone 4/4S is a hard shell case with a soft, TPE lining in pleasantly contrasting colors. The two-toned CandyShell comes in a variety of unusual and delicious colors to fit the “candy” name—Raspberry Truffle White (white with raspberry), PepMint White (white with red), SeaDragon Purple (purple with aqua), and Pirate’s Cove Teal (teal with black), to name a few of the fifteen options. The Speck name and logo is prominently displayed on the back of the case; the company name is engraved and matches the plastic outer shell, while the asterisk is stamped in the case’s contrast shade.

  • News: Cold-calling scammers target antivirus customers, diversify their tactics

    Tech support scammers have started targeting antivirus customers and have diversified their techniques, according to reports from antivirus vendors Avast and ESET.

  • News: Apple TV (3rd gen., early 2012)

    The new-model of Apple TV looks and acts exactly like the previous model. I've spent the last week with the new, 1080p-compatible version of the Apple TV, and I'm here to report that it's exactly like its predecessor in all but one way.

  • News: Google Adds Google Docs Integration to Google+ Hangouts

    Google is letting you get a little work done while socializing online with a new feature that integrates Google Docs into Hangouts, the popular video chat feature available on Google+, the search giant's social network. The new Hangouts feature lets you add an existing document to your Google Docs list or upload a new document from your desktop. You can also switch between multiple documents, and Google says you can collaborate on multiple documents at once, all while using Google+ video chat. Google Docs in Hangouts was originally launched in September as an experimental feature, but is now available by default to all users.

  • News: Essential browser tools for Web developers

    Out of the thousands of cool add-ons out there for Firefox, Chrome and other popular Web browsers, only a select few make it onto the desktops of professional Web developers and designers. Which are the most useful for the day-to-day work of designing and developing websites?

  • News: Avaya buys Radvision for $230 million

    Avaya has purchased videoconferencing company Radvision for $230 million, the company announced today.

  • News: Android Pattern Lock Stumps FBI

    The FBI is seeking a warrant to compel Google to unlock an Android phone that was confiscated from an alleged pimp.

  • News: ZTE demonstrates next-generation optical network at 1.7Tbps

    Chinese vendor ZTE has conducted a field demonstration of optical networking equipment capable of transporting data at 1.7Tbps, the company said on Thursday.



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