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  • News: Widely used encryption standard is insecure, say experts

    A weakness in XML Encryption can be exploited to decrypt sensitive information, researchers say.

  • News: Government IT strategy promises much wider supplier market

    Intellect, the IT industry association, has welcomed the government’s promise in its updated IT strategy of involving more suppliers.

  • News: Mobile growth driving out unlimited data

    All-you-can-eat data ran up against booming demand this week as Sprint Nextel became the last big U.S. carrier to end unlimited mobile broadband plans. But those unlimited plans may come back -- some day.

  • News: Open source jobs: What's hot, where to look, what to learn

    What does the future hold for eager, talented software developers, and people with related essential skill sets? The overriding trend, as in all industries, is you're on your own, chum. But free/open source software (FOSS) offers considerably more richness of opportunity than anything else. Let's peer into the crystal ball and see what the future holds.

  • News: Running Windows on a Mac, part 3: The complete how-to

    This third installment of my series "Running Windows on a Mac" doesn't focus on performance issues or what you can expect anymore, it's all about how to get Windows 7 running on your Mac. And since Windows 8 Developer Preview was just released a few weeks ago, it made sense to include this as well to spare you the early adopter pains I had.

  • News: Remains of the Day: iPhone baloney

    The iPhone 3GS is racking up sales while the iPhone 4S is getting ready for a wide release. Also, keep your friends close, but your iPads closer, thanks to a new security flaw. The remainders for Friday, October 21, 2011 are on the prowl.

  • News: Apple releases Canon, FujiXerox printer drivers

    Looking to print a few flyers for your garage sale this weekend, or maybe print a few things for your upcoming Halloween party? If you use a Canon or FujiXerox printer, you probably should use one of the new drivers released by Apple on Thursday.

  • News: Mandatory PC energy standards proposed

    The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority has begun the formal process of engaging industry on energy-saving standards for personal computer equipment, with a discussion document that suggests mandatory standards that would shut out computers judged inefficient from being imported into or manufactured in New Zealand.

  • News: Card-less, bank-free mobile payment service launched

    New Zealand's mobile network operators have agreed to introduce a mobile payment service, supported by the Telecommunications' Carriers' Forum, that will enable users to buy items and services via their phones without having to enter credit card details.

  • News: Jack Ma wants answers from Yahoo on possible deal

    In response to queries regarding a possible buyout of Yahoo, Alibaba Chairman and CEO, Jack Ma, made his intentions clear yesterday in Hong Kong by saying, "we are waiting for answers [from Yahoo]"

  • News: Salesforce.com to 'unlock' SAP's core software for 'social enterprises'

    Salesforce.com is rolling out a set of consulting and integration services aimed at SAP customers that want to build "social enterprises" with Salesforce.com's Force.com platform.

  • News: Zambia halts pre-export plan to block counterfeit Chinese phones

    While several African countries are battling to block the entry of counterfeit mobile phones and other electronic products from China, Zambia has abandoned the implementation of a pre-export verification system that was aimed at blocking the products from entering Zambia.

  • News: Apogee Jam guitar interface lets you rock through your dock

    When Apple announced GarageBand for iPad ( Macworld rated 5 out of 5 mice ) back in March 2011, the company showcased the $99 Apogee Jam as a way to connect your electric guitar or bass to your iPad or iPhone.

  • News: CIO Role: Is IT Facing a Leadership Crisis?

    David Reynolds wants to be a CIO, and the 35-year-old systems manager for the Rhode Island Blood Center may well be on his way.

  • News: Hard to fully assess Duqu threat yet, researchers say

    As new information about the Duqu continues to come out, some experts are starting to question whether the danger from the trojan has been exaggerated.

  • News: Google readies Google+ for push into the enterprise

    Google looks close to unleashing Google+ on the enterprise.

  • News: Google Mobile Search Ads Can Expand Your Local Reach

    For small businesses, Google's new mobile search advertising features can increase the ROI of your ads by targeting local customers. To get started with mobile search engine ads, optimizing your company website for smartphones is the first step. Using your paid search dollars to bring in those clients is next, and Google is making it much easier for small businesses.

  • News: BlizzCon 2011: Diablo 3 is Free to WoW Subscribers

    If you're following BlizzCon news this week, there's only a 1% chance that you've never been a World of Warcraft subscriber. Or maybe you simply hit the level cap and took a break. Regardless, if you've had an inactive account or simply haven't tried the world's most popular MMO yet, there's an incentive for you to get back in the game.

  • News: Is Doom 4 Dead?

    An inside source tells Kotaku that id Software's Doom 4 is "postponed indefinitely." This news comes shortly after the release of id's first-person shooter, Rage, which allegedly has a lot to do with Doom 4 being put on the backburner.

  • News: Golden Joystick Awards Announced, No Surprises Among Winners

    The UK-based GamesMaster Golden Joystick Awards have been running for 29 years now, making them one of the most long-running award ceremonies in the industry. They're also one of the few events where the winners are determined exclusively by the public rather than industry representatives, making them a good indication of what the people actually playing the games think is worthy of note.



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