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  • News: FBI: Cyberattacks grow as national security menace

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Cyberattacks are starting to eclipse terrorism as a threat to the country, say top officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, speaking before an audience of security professionals here at the GovSec Conference today.

  • News: Sprint offers LG Viper on LTE for $100

    The LG Viper 4G LTE smartphone will be available for pre-order April 12 with a price tag of $99.99, and a two-year service agreement and rebate, Sprint said.

  • News: Big Data Forum 2012 highlights Russian customers' issues of managing and analyzing large volumes of data

    Working with big data is going to become one of the priorities for large Russian businesses and organizations very soon, and the issue recently drew about 400 attendees to the Big Data 2012 Forum, Russia's first large-scale event on the namesake topic.

  • News: Facebook fires back at Yahoo, says it infringed 10 patents

    Facebook has denied Yahoo's claims of patent infringement and shot back with counterclaims that Yahoo infringed 10 Facebook patents.

  • News: Senators press FTC to begin investigating software piracy

    Sixteen U.S. senators have called on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to focus on the use of pirated software by foreign manufacturers on the grounds that those companies unfairly compete with U.S. businesses.

  • News: FTC reaches privacy settlement with Upromise college savings site

    Upromise, a Web service accused of collecting extensive information about its users without their consent, will be required to clearly disclose its data collection practices and obtain users' consent before installing a browser toolbar on their computers under a settlement approved by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

  • News: U.S. CIO Pitches Service-Driven Federal IT

    Facing ongoing budget pressure, federal CIOs are being prodded to do more with less as they seek to improve services, consolidate data centers and eliminate overlapping or outdated programs. In a keynote address at the FOSE government IT conference, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel said that federal CIOs must reassess their approach to new technology deployments.

  • News: Instagram Makes its Android Debut

    Instagram, the popular iPhone camera app that allows you to add funky filters to photos, has finally arrived on Google's Android platform. The app gathered more than 30 million users on iOS since it launched in 2010, but Android users had to settle for alternatives until today.

  • News: Angry Birds Space for iPhone and iPad

    After 12 million downloads, international notoriety, a plush toy line, and numerous awards and accolades, there simply isn't much ground left for the Angry Birds franchise to conquer. So developer Rovio has taken the battles between birds and pigs to the expanse of space, where asteroids, space stations, planets, and a "Flash Gordon" aesthetic serve as fertile ground for new puzzles and adventures.

  • News: Senators press FTC to begin investigating software piracy

    Sixteen U.S. senators have called on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to focus on the use of pirated software by foreign manufacturers on the grounds that those companies unfairly compete with U.S. businesses.

  • News: Will Windows 8 Survive in the Post-PC World?

    A new IDC research report offers little faith in Windows 8's success on connected mobile devices, concluding that in the next four years the Windows OS in general will lose share to iOS and get overtaken by Android.

  • News: New iMacs to have 'anti-reflective displays'

    Apple will launch a completely redesigned iMac family later this year, with anti-reflective displays

  • News: EU law forces Apple two-year warranty

    The company says: “When you purchase Apple products, European Union consumer law provides statutory warranty rights in addition to the coverage you receive from the Apple One-Year Limited Warranty and the optional AppleCare Protection Plan. Non-Apple-branded products purchased from Apple are also eligible for coverage under EU consumer law.”

  • News: Facebook updates iPad app for new Retina display

    Facebook has updated its iPad app to take advantage of the new iPad’s Retina display.

  • News: StorSimple extends portfolio of cloud-connected storage appliances

    StorSimple has introduced four cloud-connected storage appliances that offer better performance and more local capacity, the company said on Tuesday.

  • News: Cisco, EMC, VMware unite behind big data, cloud training initiative

    As the IT silos come down, tech pros need to beef up their skills to stay relevant and maximize the business benefits of cloud computing, virtualization, unified networking and big data, according to Cisco and EMC, which have teamed to offer training targeted at tech's hottest data center disciplines.

  • News: iPhone to the rescue: Helps save 2-year-old in a well

    Firefighters in China lowered an iPhone into a 40-foot deep dry well to aid them in rescuing a 2-year-old boy who fell in, according to a report from the U.K.'s ITN.

  • News: Terremark launches private cloud edition

    Some enterprise customers just aren't comfortable throwing their data into a public cloud environment, says Ellen Rubin, vice president of cloud products for Terremark, which is owned by Verizon.

  • News: Whoops! Check Point lets checkpoint.com expire

    It's got to be a little embarrassing for a security company steeped in paying attention to details like opening and closing firewall ports and monitoring whether applications are behaving oddly to overlook an arguably major item like maintaining the company's domain name, but it happened to Check Point Software.

  • News: Android 'Ice Cream Sandwich' adoption still stuck in the low single digits

    Although it's been over half a year since Google unveiled Android 4.0 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"), the platform has been adopted by just under 3% of all Android devices.



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