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  • News: MoD deal with CSC is regrettable, says senior MP

    A senior MP and member of the Public Accountants Committee has slammed the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) decision to select CSC over HP and Capita to provide it with payroll and personnel services, labelling it as “regrettable”.

  • News: Sir Tim Berners-Lee makes British Innovator shortlist

    Inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee is up against innovators from business, science, art and design in a competition to find the UK’s favourite ‘British Visionary Innovator’.

  • News: IT salaries rise by 2%

    IT salaries in the UK have gone up two percent over the last 12 months, according to IT recruitment agency CV Screen, with the average salary for an IT professional now standing at £39,750.

  • News: Is Spotify coming to the iPad at last?

    Speculation that Spotify is about to announce an iPad app is strengthening ahead of an official announcement planned to take place on Wednesday.

  • News: New iPhone 4S ad stars Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel (video)

    Apple has aired a new iPhone 4S advertising campaign starring Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel.

  • News: London Marathon deploys WAN optimisation technology

    Marathon ITS, the company charged with delivering IT for London’s annual marathon, will be using WAN optimisation technology for the first time to improve bandwidth capabilities and network quality during the event.

  • News: Yahoo's new CEO lays out strategy for smaller, more focused company

    Yahoo plans to cut about 50 properties and refocus on its core business, CEO Scott Thompson said in an earnings call on Tuesday.

  • News: SME retailers lack resources to set up business online: ARA

    Small to medium enterprise (SME) retailers are keen to use the National Broadband Network (NBN) for e-commerce but lack the necessary skills or resources to get online, according to Australian Retailers Association (ARA) policy director, Heath Michael.

  • News: Oracle considered buying RIM and Palm, Ellison says

    Oracle considered buying Palm and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion as part of an aborted effort to build its own smartphone, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said in court Tuesday.

  • News: First Intel Inside smartphone coming from Lava this week

    The first smartphone with an Intel chip will become available in India this week from mobile device maker Lava International, ending a long wait for the chip maker to enter the smartphone market.

  • News: Cisco streamlines partner strategy

    A year ago, most headlines carrying Cisco's name talked about a crisis in the company, a decline in profits and a large number of job losses. But the company says it has reinvented itself in the past year and has come out stronger.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Delighting the senses

    Apple and Samsung are going to try talking it out; you may soon smell of eau d'Apple; and the iPhone will likely remain pleasing to the eyes. The remainders for Tuesday, April 17, 2012 will be in touch.

  • News: IBM posts flat revenue, falling hardware sales

    While IBM continues to financially excel at selling software and systems, its hardware revenue for the past three months has been sluggish, according to the latest quarterly results posted by IBM on Tuesday. The hardware results didn't help the company's overall revenue, which was flat for the quarter.

  • News: What's the fastest browser? Maybe you're measuring wrong

    Most of today's browser speed tests focus on aspects such as JavaScript speed, HTML5 performance, or web page loading times. Supposedly, these tests are here to tell us something about a browser and help us either be proud of our choice or convince us to switch. In this article, I'll question typical browser benchmarks, such as SunSpider or V8, and show you why they're no more than meaningless values that are likely affected by an ocean full of non-controllable variables. Second, we'll talk about the memory footprint of web browsers and why this often-overlooked metric matters more than you think.

  • News: Intel's first Ivy Bridge chips will be high-end quad-core parts

    Intel said on Tuesday that it would announce its first Core processors based on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture next week, and the first chips won't be for ultrabooks, but will be quad-core parts for high-end desktops and laptops.

  • News: Farewell, Apple. Hello Linux Mint!

    That's right, I packed it in. My MacBook Pro is now on the shelf. In a while, it goes on Craigslist -- not because it's been obsoleted by the latest version of Mac OS -- Mountain Lion as mine will work okay (some MacBook Pros will not). Instead, there's a cushy comfort zone that's dangerous for a product reviewer to fall into.

  • News: Mobile apps can feature ready-to-use cloud services

    Cloud-based app features and services now can quickly be included in mobile apps, with an improved toolset from Appcelerator.

  • News: IBM posts flat revenue, falling hardware sales

    While IBM continues to financially excel at selling software and systems, its hardware revenue for the past three months has been sluggish, according to the latest quarterly results posted by IBM on Tuesday. The hardware results didn't help the company's overall revenue, which was flat for the quarter.

  • News: Microsoft – carefully – edges closer to the open-source community

    Despite a rocky historical relationship with the open-source community, Microsoft's recent decision to create a specialized Open Technologies spinoff is the latest phase of its recent rapprochement with the open world -- as well as a canny defensive measure.

  • News: Yahoo earnings rise, but revenue treads water

    Yahoo reported Tuesday that its first-quarter profit came to US$286 million, up 28 percent from the same quarter last year, but the company's total revenue revealed much more modest gains.



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