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  • News: Discussions continue in Google Books lawsuit, attorneys say

    Google and representatives for authors and publishers told a U.S. District Court judge Thursday that they would like to continue discussions on a revised settlement in a copyright infringement case that has dragged on for years.

  • News: Survey ranks best IT departments in financial services

    Goldman Sachs came out on top in a ranking of the best IT departments in the financial services sector, as determined by a survey of 144 tech pros who work in that industry.

  • News: Apple retaliates with suit against Samsung in the UK

    Apple confirmed on Thursday that it filed a lawsuit against Samsung in the U.K.'s High Court earlier in the week, as the two technology giants continue a legal tit-for-tat revolving around their mobile phone and tablet products.

  • News: Facebook's Subscribe Button: A Getting-Started Guide

    Facebook recently introduced a new subscribe button for personal profiles that lets you adjust how much and what types of activity you see from friends such as photo posts and game and status updates. The new button also lets you follow the public updates of people on Facebook who are not your friends including artists, journalists and other public figures. You can also opt-in to share your public updates including photos, status updates, and links with people you don't know but who might be interested in you.

  • News: Posterous refocuses service, app for social networking

  • News: Micron unveils its first entry-level SSD for blade servers

    Micron today released its first entry-level solid state drive to be used as a boot drive in servers or for I/O intensive read applications, such as video streaming in cloud computing environments.

  • News: China's Baidu launches sites for Egypt, Thailand

    China's largest search engine, Baidu, has launched two websites for users in Thailand and Egypt, more than a week after the company spoke with a top Chinese government official and declared its intentions to become a top international brand.

  • News: Newzbin2 releases software to prevent BT blocking access to the site

    Newzbin2 claims it has created software that will prevent attempts by BT to stop web users accessing the site.

  • News: Joyent takes aim at Amazon with public cloud upgrade

    Joyent is upgrading its public cloud service with better analytics and the ability to run Linux and Windows, as it hopes to persuade CIOs to move more applications to the company's cloud, it said on Thursday.

  • News: MOG Launches Free On-Demand Music Streaming Plan

    MOG has launched a free, on-demand music streaming service, putting it in direct competition with Spotify. The new ad-supported account option allows instant streaming of MOG's 11 million track catalog, and the ads will not start to show up for the first 60 days.

  • News: Play Super Smash Bros. on Your PC...with Game Boy Graphics

    It may not be as fully featured as its console brethren, but Super Smash Land, a reboot of Super Smash Bros. with classy Game Boy graphics, is the kind of title we could have only wished for as kids.

  • News: Create Your Diablo 3 Build Right Now

    Blizzard's RPGs have, over the years, provided a considerable amount of entertainment for those who like to "min-max" their characters. Working out the most efficient skill build for various character classes in the Diablo series and World of Warcraft is a time-consuming occupation for many players, and Blizzard know this all too well.

  • News: PCI point-to-point encryption guidelines raise new questions

    The PCI Security Standards Council today is expected to issue guidelines on use of point-to-point encryption in protecting sensitive payment card data, but the narrow approach — which is focused on hardware — is raising questions.

  • News: Tech's future up in the clouds at DEMO Fall '11

    For years we've been subjected to endless amounts of PR describing the wonders cloud computing will bring. At this year's DEMO Fall, we finally got to see some of them.

  • News: IT ratchets up social-media involvement

    When a late arrival thought he'd catch up on the buzz at a recent conference of CIOs, he logged into Twitter. What he found -- or rather didn't find -- amazed him.

  • News: Batman: Arkham Asylum Coming to Mac on Oct. 13

    2009's Batman: Arkham Asylum is without doubt a fantastic game, but Mac users unwilling to Boot Camp their machine and install Windows have as yet been unable to play it. This will all change from October 13, as veteran Mac development and conversion specialists Feral Interactive bring the game to OS X.

  • News: GO tv, new pay and digital TV launches in Kenya

    Multichoice Kenya, which is 40% owned by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) and 60% by Multichoice Africa, on Tuesday launched GOtv in Kenya. The launch took place at the Nairobi Hilton and was attended by GOtv Managing Director Felix Kyengo, KBC Managing Director - Waithaka Waihenya, Ministry of Information & Communication Permanent Secretary --Dr Bi-tange Ndemo and Information & Communication Minister -- Hon Samuel Poghisio. GOtv will be available with the use of a standard television aerial and GOtv's digital tv decoder.

  • News: Competition driving down NZ broadband prices

    The New Zealand telco market is giving Australia a run for its money with news that ISPs across the Tasman are catching up to their Aussie counterparts.

  • News: VMware launches Lion ready Fusion

    VMware, the global leader in virtualisation and cloud infrastructure, has launched VMware Fusion 4, which provides an easy way for users to run Windows applications with Mac simplicity and costs just £39.99 until the end of the year.

  • News: Cheap Ink and Toner: Solving the Puzzle Behind the Price

    Shopping online for cheap ink or toner--how hard could it be? I’m not talking about buying third-party options--the do-it-yourself refill kits and remanufactured ink cartridges that PCWorld’s Serial Refiller has tried. I shop for the vendor’s own ink or toner cartridges, because I'm trying to get representative selling prices for the consumables of a specific printer I'm reviewing. I go online, I check a handful of national retailers, and I'm done--or so I thought. When I delved a little deeper, I found it takes more than obsessive due diligence and healthy skepticism to get the best deal--not to be confused with the best price.



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