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  • News: Tata forecasts a strong market for its services

    India's largest outsourcer, Tata Consultancy Services, posted high revenue and profit growth in U.S. dollar terms for the quarter ended March 31, and said the market for its services continues to be strong.

  • News: Intel's Ivy Bridge Processor: Leaner and Meaner

    Intel's newest generation of desktop and mobile CPUs, code-named Ivy Bridge, debut today. In our tests, the chips showed moderate overall performance gains and substantial graphics improvement, all while sipping significantly less power.

  • News: NibleTV Plans to Offer Live Broadcast TV Via Internet

    A new start-up called NimbleTV wants to bring live broadcast television streaming online, whether the cable companies like it or not. The service is launching in private beta Monday allowing selected users to live stream more than 24 channels viewable on any device including smartphones, PCs, tablets, or Internet-connected TVs. NimbleTV will also feature DVR-style recording features, and the company claims you will be able to order cable packages through its service from other countries. NimbleTV's beta period, however, will include TV content from the U.S. and India. At the time of this writing NimbleTV was still accepting private beta sign-ups on its website.

  • News: Obama authorizes sanctions against surveillance tech in Syria, Iran

    U.S. President Barack Obama has signed an executive order allowing the U.S. government to block the sale of any technology used to track or monitor dissidents in Syria and Iran by the governments there.

  • Video: Video: DEMO Spring 2012: Startups present game-like businesses where opinions matter

    A slew of new startups eager for attention are filling a ballroom at DEMO Spring in Santa Clara this week. While the air of competition here is thick—some of the startups are focusing less on rival startups and more on the throw-downs happening within their business.

  • Video: Video: The Byte - Sprint lawsuit, Sony online sharing, Barclay PayTag, DEMO start ups

    New York has filed a lawsuit against Sprint Nextel for $100 million worth of sales taxes. Sony plans to launch its online photo sharing service. UK's BarclayCard introduced the Barclay PayTag. Start ups are vying for attention at DEMO Spring in Santa Clara.

  • News: Microsoft updates Deployment Toolkit utility

    Microsoft has released a new version of a tool designed to let enterprise IT staffers automate and manage large-scale deployments of Microsoft OSes, desktop applications and server software.

  • News: Learn the Secret to Kaiser Permanente's Sustainable Mobile Strategy

    Healthcare CIOs know mobile is important to their customers. Phil Fasano, CIO of Kaiser Permanente, took a slow-but-steady mobile approach and is seeing big results since its new site and apps launched.

  • News: Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6): expert reviews and step-by-step guides

    Our experts reveal what CS6 has to offer, what it'll cost and when it'll be out.

  • News: Adobe CS6 review: Premiere Pro

    Adobe's Premiere Pro CS6 has a new interface, with added RED K support, enhanced multicam support, faster editing, Warp Stabilizer and more colour control

  • News: Adobe CS6 review: After Effects

    Adobe's After Effects CS6 has new camera tracking, along with more effects and enhanced work-flow

  • News: Adobe CS6 review: Dreamweaver

    We bring you an in-depth preview of Adobe's new Dreamweaver CS6

  • News: Adobe CS6 review: Flash Professional

    Adobe's new Flash CS6 reinvents itself again with new features aimed at app developers

  • News: New Dropbox learns to show and share

    Dropbox, the Internet-hosted file-synchronization service, updated its desktop, mobile, and Web app software on Monday to allow any file or folder stored in a user’s sync folder to be shared with other people via a Web-accessible link. The shared files and folders make use of Web-based previewing that allows images, videos, and documents to be viewed, heard, or paged-through without an external application, as well as simply downloaded.

  • News: Skype for Windows Phone Omits Key Features

    A year after it bought Skype, Microsoft released a version of the popular Internet calling service for Windows Phone devices that is half baked. Skype for Windows Phone shed its beta label this weekend, but even for enthusiastic users, the app could be a deal-breaker for its lack of background calling ability and its incompatibility with lower-end handsets.

  • News: CS Enrollments on the Rise, Up 10% in 2011-12

    Interest in computer science continues to grow among undergraduate students, who pushed enrollments up nearly 10% in the 2011-2012 academic year, marking the fourth straight year of increases.

  • News: Most IT and security professionals see Anonymous as serious threat to their companies

    The majority of IT and security professionals believe that Anonymous and hacktivists are among the groups that are most likely to attack their organizations during the next six months, according to the results of a survey sponsored by security vendor Bit9.

  • News: 7 programming myths -- busted!

    Even among people as logical and rational as software developers, you should never underestimate the power of myth. Some programmers will believe what they choose to believe against all better judgment.

  • News: Infor prepares to roll out 'Mongoose' development platform

    Infor is moving into the PaaS (platform as a service) market with an offering called Mongoose that is based on its long-standing internal IDE (integrated development environment), the company announced Monday during the Inforum conference in Denver.

  • News: Infor aims at global ERP deployments with new Local.ly platform

    Infor is planning to release a new platform called Local.ly that will allow customers of its ERP (enterprise resource planning) software to provide country-specific statutory reporting and accounting in a manner that will survive future upgrades to the core application, the company announced Monday during its Inforum conference in Denver.



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