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  • News: Critics accuse Google of unfairly promoting Google+ in search results

    The long-standing and persistent accusation that Google unfairly uses its search engine to promote its other online services is once again in the spotlight, triggered by new social search functionality the company is rolling out this week that more tightly links its search engine with its Google+ social networking site.

  • News: Apple confirms acquisition of flash memory maker

    Apple has confirmed to the Reuters news service that it has purchased Anobit Technologies, an Israeli company that makes solid state drives out of consumer-grade flash.

  • News: Oracle reveals pricing for its SAP HANA rival Exalytics, signaling imminent release

    Oracle made a splash on Tuesday when it announced the general availability of its Big Data Appliance, but the company also quietly released pricing information for Exalytics, another new member in its family of specialized hardware-software appliances and a likely competitor to SAP's HANA product, suggesting that a general-availability announcement for that product is imminent.

  • News: Symantec employs scareware sales tactics, lawsuit charges

    A Washington man on Tuesday sued Symantec in federal court, accusing it of using the same tactics as fake "scareware" software to sell its PC cleanup utilities.

  • News: Intel fights for its future with smartphone deals

    With Intel finally breaking into the burgeoning smartphone market, analysts say the company is moving to defend its turf - and possibly even its future stability -- against an encroaching competitor.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Devices Get Important Security Clearance

    Samsung has just received Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) approval for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi, the 4G LTE-enabled Galaxy Tab 10.1 with Verizon, and the global version of the Galaxy S II smartphone.

  • News: US gov't official: ICANN gTLD plan should move forward

    Calls for the U.S. government to halt a plan by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to offer new generic top-level domains are shortsighted because they could lead to other countries attempting to exert control over ICANN, a U.S. government official said Wednesday.

  • News: LTE explodes at CES

    LTE has exploded at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, where the three top U.S. wireless carriers and dozens of other vendors are showing off how they plan to use the high-speed technology with new smartphones, tablets and even ATM's.

  • News: Plunge your iPhone in water, no case required

    A Utah-based company has developed a way to make iPhones and other gadgets waterproof.

  • News: CES: P2i's Aridion safeguards smartphones against water

    P2i's Aridion technology could save your bacon if you drop your phone down the loo. And we've all done it.

  • News: Nuance unveils Dragon TV

    This week at CES Nuance has announced a product called at Dragon TV, that aims to make controlling your television by voice a part of every digital home.

  • News: OWC Launches Super-Fast Portable Drives

    Portable hard drives are great tools for expanding storage capacity of laptops and mobile devices, or sharing data with others, but you sacrifice speed for portability. Other World Computing (OWC) has a new series of super fast eSATA 6G drives that change all that.

  • News: IBM launches Connect conference to drive 'social business'

    These days, IBM's collaboration software Lotus Notes has become a shadow of its former self, and the Lotusphere conference doesn't have the same pull it once did - so this year, Lotusphere will have to share the spotlight with a brand-new conference called IBM Connect.

  • News: Can IBM's social approach at Lotusphere jumpstart a Lotus Notes comeback?

    Despite the tough position in which IBM finds Lotus Notes, the company will once again hold its Lotusphere conference at Walt Disney World Jan. 15-19 - this time with a more intense focus on new social business technology could have a long-term impact on IBM's future in the email and collaboration market.

  • News: Can you trust data-recovery service providers?

    Data-recovery service providers are supposed to be saving important data for you when something goes wrong -- a drive crashes or storage device is dropped, and no backup is available. But do you trust them with the important data you let them recover or could they actually be a source for a data breach?

  • News: Apple slates education announcements for Jan. 19

    Apple on Wednesday issued invitations to the news media for a New York City event next week that will focus on education.

  • News: More Mac, iOS products seize the spotlight

    The search for interesting Mac and iOS gear at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show continues, with a tour of the ShowStoppers event. Similar to Pepcom’s Digital Experience, ShowStoppers is designed to let smaller companies benefit from the large crowd of people in town for CES without having to pay the toll of a big booth on the showfloor proper. Here are just a few of the companies we spoke with.

  • News: Co-operative Bank renews services deal for IT transformation

    The Co-operative Bank has renewed an IT services contract with Steria, as it continues on a £700 million transformation programme.

  • News: e-skills UK adds Telefonica O2 CEO to board

    Ronan Dunne, chief exec of Telefonica O2, the UK’s second largest mobile operator has joined the IT & Telecoms Board of e-skills UK.

  • News: Cybersecurity help exists, focusing it is the trick

    There are a ton of groups out there that offer cybersecurty help and guidance, the trick, it seems is finding he right one for you organization.



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