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  • News: SAP China execs depart after internal probe

    Five executives in SAP's China operations have either left the company or are taking a leave of absence after an internal probe uncovered wrongdoing, SAP confirmed Monday.

  • News: Nokia lashes out at Apple's royalty-free nano-SIM

    Apple's royalty-free nano-SIM is an empty promise, because the company doesn't have any essential patents related to its nano-SIM proposal, a Nokia spokesman said on Monday.

  • News: Apple 'Must Fix' iPad Battery Issue, Study Warns

    Apple needs to immediately fix the new iPad’s battery charging algorithm, or it may have to replace batteries for all users, a study by DisplayMate Technologies warns. The new iPad's battery needs an extra hour of charge after it shows it is fully juiced in order to get the maximum life on a charge. But this could damage the longevity of the battery, Apple said, so what are users of the new iPad meant to do?

  • News: Barclays contactless card users exposed to fraud

    A flaw has been discovered in Barclays contactless bank cards that could allow customers' data to be stolen and used fraudulently without them even knowing about it.

  • News: Zoho launches Android, iPad apps for its CRM and project software

    Zoho is expanding its push into mobile applications on Monday, rolling out native Android and iPad clients for its CRM and project management software.

  • News: Pirate Party gets elected to second German state parliament

    Four members of the German Pirate Party have been elected to the Saarland state parliament, the second state in the country in which the party, associated with copyright issues, has gotten a foothold.

  • News: Big news for IPv6: Akamai to launch service in April

    Akamai will offer IPv6 services to its entire customer base in April -- a long-awaited move that will be a major boon to the adoption rate of the next-generation Internet Protocol.

  • News: iOS apps that access UDIDs 'blocked by Apple'

    Apple is rejecting apps that access the UDID (unique device identifier) codes of iOS devices, according to developers.

  • News: San Jose Gives Free Wi-Fi Another Try

    The city of San Jose intends to offer high-speed Wi-Fi throughout its downtown area, with the network paying for itself entirely by making city workers more productive.

  • News: NatGeo Moves Media Archive to Public Cloud

    The National Geographic Society announced that it is moving its backup and archive of large unstructured multimedia files -- including video, photos and graphics -- to Nirvanix's Cloud Storage Network.

  • News: Encyclopaedia Britannica Now Online Only

    After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica will cease to publish its flagship encyclopedia and will concentrate instead on its digital offerings.

  • News: Internet Society celebrates 20 years of standards, advocacy

    The Internet Society, a nonprofit that operates the .org registry and funds Internet standards development work, is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a gala event in Geneva next month.

  • News: Angry Birds Space Hits 10 Million Downloads In Less Than 3 Days

    Fans of Angry Birds Space downloaded the game 10 million times in less than three days after launching Thursday for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows, Game maker Rovio said Monday. Angry Birds Space is the fourth version of the popular mobile slingshot game and the first new game since Rovio introduced Angry Birds Rio in March 2011. Pricing for Angry Birds Space ranges from $0.99 for iOS and a new ad-free version for Android up to $6 for Windows PCs.

  • News: White House CIO Endures After Tough Start

    In Brook Colangelo's first 40 days as CIO of the Executive Office of the President, the White House email system was down 23% of the time while he and his staff put in 80-hour weeks. Insider (registration required

  • News: Apple Offers Olive Branch in Battle Over Nano-SIM Standard

    There is a vote looming for ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) related to the nano-SIM cards that will drive the next generation of mobile devices. There is also a heated battle--between Apple on one side, and a coalition of Motorola, RIM, and Nokia on the other side--over what that standard will be. Apple is pushing hard for its technology, and it is reportedly making a peace offering it hopes will sway the opposition and win votes.

  • News: Apple to offer its nano-SIM patents royalty-free

    The battle over next-generation nano-SIM card technology intensified after Apple sent a letter to the director general of standards organization ETSI, saying its proposal will be royalty-free, according to a report.

  • News: Windows 8 vs. Mountain Lion: Which OS Succeeds at Bringing Mobile to the Desktop?

    With Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Microsoft and Apple are both trying to bring features and concepts from their mobile operating systems to their desktop OSs.

  • News: Tame Lion's Resume features

    OS X Lion wants you to pick up where you left off. Applications open when you log out or shut down your Mac automatically reopen when you restart. When you launch an application, it reopens all the windows that were open when you quit, even if you saved the documents and assumed you were done with them.

  • News: GAME slips into administration

    GAME Group has gone into administration after failing to find a buyer.

  • News: Nonprofit open source organizations booming

    The story "Nonprofit open source organizations booming," posted March 22, misspelled the surname of Mozilla CTO Brendan Eich in the first and third paragraphs. The story has been corrected on the wire and the first and third paragraphs now read:

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