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  • News: Barclays Pingit lets you send money using just a mobile phone number

    Barclays has launched a smartphone app that allows Brits to transfer money to other accounts without the need to know their account details.

  • News: NASDAQ and BATS stock exchange websites hit by hackers

    Hackers have hit the websites of the NASDAQ and BATS stock exchanges.

  • News: Twitter admits storing iPhone contact data

    Twitter has admitted that its iPhone app uploads the entire contents of a user's address book for up to 18 months if you use the Find Friends feature.

  • News: Misys-Temenos mega merger attracts rival bidders

    Misys could yet be acquired by a private equity firm, despite last week announcing talks regarding a possible £2 billion merger with Temenos to create a banking software giant.

  • News: IT jobs market unfazed by UK unemployment

    IT is doing "a little" better than other sectors in terms of the number of jobs available, according to IT jobs board CWJobs.co.uk.

  • News: New MSN site updates users on topics trending on Twitter, Facebook

    Microsoft's MSN launched its msnNow site that puts together brief summaries on topics that are trending on Facebook, Twitter, Bing, and news site BreakingNews.com on a website accessible on PCs, tablets, and mobile phones.

  • News: Sony completes buy of Sony Ericsson, will rename as Sony Mobile Communications

    Sony said Thursday it had completed its purchase of the Sony Ericsson mobile phone joint venture and turned the company into a subsidiary, which it will soon rename Sony Mobile Communications.

  • News: Romanian police arrest alleged hacker in Pentagon, NASA breaches

    Razvan Manole Cernaianu is accused of revealing security holes and publishing information about SQL injection vulnerabilities in those agencies.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Bull in a China shop

    Apple's independent auditors give an informal thumbs up to the company's suppliers in China even as iPads are being booted from shelves in the country. And AT&T's figures on wireless data growth may make your head explode. The remainders for Wednesday, February 15, 2012 are legging it.

  • News: Apple releases printer drivers for Canon, Samsung, others

    Apple has released a slew of updated printer drivers, but chances are the only ones most of us will care about are those for Canon, Ricoh, and Samsung printers.

  • News: Juniper exec gives inside look at QFabric

    R.K. Anand, executive vice president and general manager of Juniper Networks' Data Center Business Unit, was employee No. 12 of the network startup back in 1996, leaving a job as a microprocessor designer at Sun Microsystems. Years later he left Juniper for a brief stint at another startup, but came back to help finalize the company's QFabric product and get it out the door. QFabric began shipping in September 2011. Network World Editor in Chief John Dix recently caught up with Anand at the company's headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., for a deep dive on the company's answer to high-end data center demands.

  • News: Microsoft sees Skype linking all its products, CFO says

    Microsoft will aggressively and broadly integrate Skype across its product portfolio, the company's CFO said on Wednesday, the same day that rival Cisco Systems raised concerns about Microsoft's Skype integration plans.

  • News: LightSquared vows to keep seeking a GPS solution

    LightSquared said Wednesday it still wants to find a solution to the GPS interference issue that has probably already doomed the fledgling carrier's plans for a nationwide mobile broadband network.

  • News: Oracle preps MySQL Cluster for Web use

    The story "Oracle preps MySQL Cluster for Web use," which ran on the wire Feb. 13, misidentified the subject of a source's quote. The second sentence of the 12th paragraph should read:

  • News: Apple vows to purge iPhone apps that swipe addresses

    Apple, breaking its silence over revelations that the App Store has been littered with apps that have unauthorized access to iPhone address books, has vowed to put a stop to the practice by requiring apps to explicitly ask permission to tap contacts.

  • News: The A-Z of LinkedIn

    LinkedIn has become a dominant player in the recruitment and human resource space in the past few years, with 150 million members and availability in 200 countries

  • News: Apple to ban stealthy iPhone contact data harvesting

    Shortly after two Congressmen asked Apple about iPhone and iPad apps that snatch users' contact lists without permission, the company promised to address the issue with a future software update.

  • News: Apple revamps iAd terms again

    Apple is revamping its iAd mobile advertising service, slashing fees for advertisers and increasing the commissions it pays app developers who opt into the network.

  • News: 4 Components of a Social Media Governance Model

    Even as social media presents unprecedented business opportunities for marketing, customer service, brand building and consumer relationships, many organizations are still struggling to embrace it for fear that it negatively effects worker productivity or puts the company at risk. A 2011 survey by Society for Human Resource Management reveals that 43% of businesses block access to social media on company-owned computers or handheld devices.

  • News: Event shows the many faces, challenges of big data

    The burgeoning tech industry movement around big data is churning up a variety of new applications, but remains an evolving field that faces lingering challenges, judging from an event held Wednesday at a Microsoft research facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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