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  • News: Google needs to be open about Google Wallet, analyst says

    Google launched its Android mobile operating system as an open platform, but the company is being closed in how it is working with Verizon Wireless on the Google Wallet mobile payment app on the Galaxy Nexus, an analyst said.

  • News: Senators, critics question ICANN's generic TLD plan

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) may be moving forward too fast on a plan to sell hundreds of new generic top-level domains starting early next year, several U.S. senators said Thursday.

  • News: Google's Schmidt calls Carrier IQ software a keylogger

    Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt today distanced his company from Carrier IQ's software, even as he described the technology as a keylogger. Schmidt's comments came at an Internet freedom conference in the Netherlands.

  • News: Approach SaaS ERP with caution: Analysts

    Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can be a headache for businesses. There is a high barrier for entry, both in terms of financial commitment and investing in IT experts to keep it running. Naturally, getting your ERP through a software-as-a-service model seems like the perfect way to mitigate that problem, but according to industry analysts, there are a lot of things to consider before taking that plunge.

  • News: Visual Voicemail App Removed from Android Market on T-Mobile Complaint

    YouMail, an app that provides visual voicemail services for smartphones, has been removed from the Android Market, apparently at T-Mobile's request.

  • News: Jawbone announces Up refund program

    Jawbone on Thursday published an open letter to Up owners, announcing a refund program for dissatisfied owners of the company’s step and sleep tracking armband.

  • News: Logic Pro and MainStage come to Mac App Store

    Today Apple made its professional music creation applications, Logic Pro 9 and MainStage 2 (Mac App Store links), available on the Mac App Store, making these the last of Apple’s major pro applications to appear at Apple’s direct-download emporium.

  • News: Facebook goes through corporate reorg

    Facebook confirmed Thursday that it has launched a corporate reorganization around its product development.

  • News: Microsoft plans 20 patches next week, likely to fix Duqu and BEAST bugs

    Microsoft today announced it will issue 14 security bulletins next week to patch 20 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Office, and Windows Media Player.

  • News: EU foreign ministers stick up for Wikileaks

    The story "EU foreign ministers stick up for Wikileaks," posted on Thursday, incorrectly portrayed the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe as a European Union institution, which it is not.

  • News: Thailand floods mean 3.8 million fewer PCs to ship in Q1 2012

    Hard disk drive shortages triggered by flooding in Thailand could mean 3.8 million fewer PC shipments in the first quarter of 2012 than IHS iSuppli expected in August.

  • News: Virginia Tech on lockdown after 2 fatal shootings

    Virginia Tech, the Blacksburg, Va., school that was rocked in 2007 by the deadliest shooting rampage by a single gunman in U.S. history, has been locked down this afternoon in the wake of shootings that have resulted in at least two deaths.

  • News: Google further integrates Google+ into Gmail

    Google has started pushing its Google+ social networking service further into Gmail with new features that let users add to their circles directly from their email accounts.

  • News: Feds launch cloud security standards program

    Federal agencies will soon have a government-wide security standard for assessing, authorizing and monitoring cloud products and services.

  • News: Toshiba seeking exclusive content to boost tablet sales in developing countries

    A Toshiba executive said Thursday his company will look to differentiate its tablets in emerging countries by pre-loading them with exclusive, local content.

  • News: Lawmakers release draft alternative to Stop Online Piracy Act

    Two U.S. lawmakers have released an alternative proposal to two controversial bills intended to crack down on online copyright infringement, and they're asking the Internet community to comment on and suggest changes to the draft bill.

  • News: Twitter unveils redesign, touts ease-of-use

    Twitter announced a redesign today aimed at making the site more customizable and easier to use.

  • News: Twitter reveals new design, revamped iPhone app

    Twitter, it is a-changing again. The microblogging service unveiled a new version of its online interface Thursday, with a focus on simplifying the design and making the service easier to use. The new look will roll out on the website in the next few weeks, but it's available now at Twitter's mobile website, along with a just-updated Twitter app for iPhone. (The Android app as been updated, too.) The company says it's "working on updates for other apps, such as Twitter for iPad," but makes no mention of the Twitter client for Mac.

  • News: Microsoft: We can remotely delete Windows 8 apps

    Microsoft will be able to throw a "kill switch" to disable or even remove an app from users' Windows 8 devices, the company revealed in documentation for its upcoming Windows Store.

  • News: Make the season bright with holiday videos

    The holidays bring many traditions--tree trimming, candle lighting, present wrapping, and spiritual examination. It's also a time of year when many of us think about the classic movies and TV shows that remind us of holidays past--A Charlie Brown Christmas, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (many of us, however, are still hoping to wipe The Star Wars Holiday Special from our minds). Thankfully, we can do more than simply reminisce about these videos. Many and more of them are available online. Here are a few sources for these holiday treasures.



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