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  • News: Spear-phishing stats reveal unexplained holiday spikes

    While phishing attempts against workplace email accounts drop precipitously on Christmas and New Year's Day, as might be expected, such attacks spike dramatically on other holidays, says a report from a security firm. Why is not clear.

  • News: UC4 expands into DevOps with Ventum purchase

    In a move to expand its IT automation software to take on development management as well, UC4 Software has purchased Austrian software company Ventum and integrated the company's technologies into its own software package, UC4 announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: Eight features Windows 8 borrowed from Linux

    "Good artists borrow, great artists steal!" -- Pablo Picasso said it. So did T.S. Eliot. And, more recently, Steve Jobs. Let's face it: If something makes sense and succeeds, it gets imitated.

  • News: HP releases 'power user' thin client

    Calling a thin client a device for power users may seem like an oxymoron, but Hewlett-Packard is giving it a try.

  • News: US cites United Nations treaty in Megaupload case

    The United States government will be relying on a United Nations treaty aimed at combating international organised crime as the legal basis of its extradition to the US of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and other co-accused.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Honor system

    Steve Jobs is honored posthumously by the music industry, while Tim Cook is honored, er, humously by the financial sector. Elsewhere, Apple gets some serious props from consumers even as some say that AT&T's new upgrade fees aren't exactly honorable. The remainders for Monday, February 13, 2012 are not without honor.

  • News: Google, Motorola officially get hitched

    The U.S. Department of Justice today officially blessed the marriage between Google and Motorola after concluding that the merger would not adversely impact competition in the wireless market.

  • News: Study: Tech pros demand grows 4.5% annually till 2018

    The demand for professionals in the technologies and innovations sector in Hong Kong is estimated to hit 4.5% annually from 2010 to 2018, the, even higher than the 2.5% in the financial services sector, according to a recently released government manpower study.

  • News: Hong Kong mobile carriers apply priority management to unlimited data usage

    Three Hong Kong mobile service operator -- CSL, SmarTone, and 3 Hong Kong -- announced Monday that they will continue to offer unlimited local data service plans to customers in Hong Kong, but will apply network priority management in real time to ensure fair network access.

  • News: HP hopes to cut data center costs with new Gen8 servers

    Hewlett-Packard on Monday introduced Gen8, its next generation of servers, which integrate new technologies designed to cut overall maintenance and power costs in data centers while maintaining high server uptimes.

  • News: AT&T aims to ease private-to-hybrid cloud transition

    AT&T has launched a new version of its Synaptic Compute as a Service offering designed to help enterprises access capacity beyond their private clouds.

  • News: DOJ approves Google acquisition of Motorola Mobility

    The U.S. Department of Justice has approved Google's acquisition of mobile-phone and tablet maker Motorola Mobility for about US$12.5 billion, following the European Commission's approval earlier in the day.

  • News: Startup sets up website malware detection service

    Startup StopTheHacker makes its debut today with a set of services for detecting malicious code implanted in websites by hackers who compromise sites to try to launch attacks on visitors to infected Web pages.

  • News: Free service offers basic enterprise mobile management

    A free new service lets IT groups quickly set up basic management of corporate and personal mobile devices running Android or Apple iOS.

  • News: Mitel, VMware offer desktop contact centre solution

    Contact centres that want to take advantage of virtual desktop technology have another option from a unified communications company.

  • News: PlayStation Vita Review Round-Up

    Seven years after the launch of the PSP comes the PlayStation Vita, Sony's modern attempt at handheld gaming. Reviews of the PS Vita -- which hits North American shelves on February 22, 2012 at $250 for the Wi-Fi-only model and $300 for the Wi-Fi and 3G model -- are good so far, with a lot of praise being heaped on its excellent screen, controls, and launch titles.

  • News: Droid 4 Teardown: Four Findings

    Keeping with tradition, iFixit has reduced another smartphone to pieces. Their latest teardown tackles Motorola's Droid 4, a high-end Verizon Wireless smartphone with a slide-out physical keyboard.

  • News: Obama's 2013 IT budget: Less for DOD, less overall

    U.S. President Barack Obama will request a 2013 federal IT budget of US$78.9 billion, a decrease of 0.7 percent from the government's 2012 budget.

  • News: Citrix simplifies cloud service management

    Citrix is shipping a new version of its cloud management software CloudStack that makes it simpler for service providers and large businesses to manage and provision cloud services.

  • News: Google may be going after Apple with music device

    With a wireless streaming music device reportedly in the works, Google is working on getting deeper into the home entertainment arena, according to reports.



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