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  • News: Cisco sending enterprises to the cloud

    In an effort to accommodate enterprise users looking to implement private and hybrid clouds, Cisco in the coming months will unveil an "integrated" WAN routing system of existing, but enhanced, products.

  • News: Apple tops U.S. retailers in mobile shopping customer satisfaction

    Apple trumped all e-tailing rivals in mobile shopping satisfaction during 2011's holidays, but lost to Amazon on the Web, according to Michigan-based ForeSee Results.

  • News: SIIA: More trademark protections needed in ICANN gTLD program

    As the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers moves forward, despite ongoing concerns, with its decision to launch a program to sell new generic top-level domains, the organization should take new steps to protect trademarks and other intellectual property, a U.S. software trade group said Thursday.

  • News: Camera and Camcorder Trends: Connected, Compact, and Complex

    What's ahead for digital photography in 2012? CES is a good indicator for what camera buffs will see in the year ahead. Based on what we've seen this year at CES expect Wi-Fi-enabled everything, big zoom lenses on pocket-sized cameras, and impressive full-frame DSLRs with beefy specs and prices.

  • News: Lawmakers seek hearing on Carrier IQ privacy issues

    Three House members today called for a Congressional hearing on the implications raised by the use of the Carrier IQ's software by wireless carriers.

  • News: Zimbabwe's Swav gaining in African handset market

    Despite the increasing number of imported and highly subsidized Chinese-made mobile handsets, Zimbabwe's only phone manufacturing company, Swav, is gaining ground in the African market.

  • News: Managing information security during an innovation void

    Although predictions for the coming year are a staple of the season, I will do more than offer an educated guess. I am going on the record with a guarantee: In 2012 we will see an increase in network intrusions from disparate parties trying to create IT infrastructure chaos for a variety of reasons primarily political, financial and economic. An easy prediction perhaps given the trend and yet while I fully trust CSOs and CISOs and security teams are doing all they can to prevent breaches; I am deeply concerned that they still lack the technology to adequately protect IT infrastructure from malicious attacks.

  • News: Microsoft's Exchange a casualty of bank's cloud move to Google Apps

    Seeking to transform the way its staff communicates and collaborates worldwide, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) will roll out Google Apps to its 110,000 employees, shedding along the way various legacy email systems, including Microsoft Exchange, a bank executive said in an interview.

  • News: Zambian government reverses sale of Zamtel to Libya's Lap Green

    Zambia has reversed the sale of Zamtel to sub-Saharan mobile operator Lap Green Networks of Libya, following allegations that the company was fraudulently and irregularly sold by the previous government.

  • News: IBM smashes Moore's Law, cuts bit size to 12 atoms

    IBM researchers have discovered a way to create a bit of data using only 12 iron atoms, which compares to today's magnetic data storage technology requiring about one million atoms for a single bit.

  • News: Judge: No date for Android trial until Oracle fixes damages theory

    It is now unclear exactly when Oracle's lawsuit against Google over alleged Java intellectual property violations in the Android mobile OS will go to trial, according to a ruling filed Thursday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • News: Unbiased info about IPv6 available here

    Looking for practical, non-biased advice about how to deploy IPv6? The Internet Society is launching a new Web portal that will be a central resource for standards documents, best practices, case studies and other useful information for network engineers planning to adopt IPv6, the next-generation Internet Protocol.

  • News: LG Deal Means Bigger Android Payday for Microsoft

    Microsoft’s final curtain at CES 2012 has come with some well-deserved attention for Windows Phone devices. Truth be told, though, Microsoft makes way more money from Android devices than Windows Phone, and the payday is about to get bigger thanks to a new licensing agreement with LG.

  • News: LightSquared seeks probe of GPS advisory board member

    LightSquared is seeking an investigation of a federal official involved in deciding whether the company can deploy its hybrid satellite-LTE network, saying he simultaneously serves on the board of a GPS company opposing the network.

  • News: At CES, Microsoft sets stage for lower Windows revenue

    Microsoft executives this week hinted at lowered expectations for Windows revenues in the fourth quarter of 2011, citing data from research firms that point to a stall in PC shipments at the end of 2011.

  • News: ICANN Begins Accepting Applications for Generic Top-Level Domains

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has started accepting applications for new generic top-level domains, a move that has the potential to befuddle consumers and provide a gold mine for scammers.

  • News: Shazam Player makes it easy to sing along

    Shazam, best known for the music recognition app—the one that tells you whether you’re hearing Michael Bublé or Michael Bolton—released a new iPhone app on Wednesday: Shazam Player. The app plays back music from your iPhone’s library, adding in support for live lyric display, social network integration, YouTube artist videos, and concert information.

  • News: How a Baptist pastor in Florida became the go-to IT guy

    As a Baptist pastor, Terrill Gilley says his work calls for him to help worshippers and provide support to the senior pastor at his Florida church located in a rural area outside Orlando. And oh, he's also the network administrator for the church and the school it established.

  • News: IBM software eases role-based security operations

    IBM this week announced an identity-management analytics tool that eases what can be a tedious job for information-technology managers -- defining roles for employees in order to establish policy-based access to a network and application resources.

  • News: Microsoft to launch real-time threat intelligence feed

    Microsoft is looking to share its wealth of security information with the world through a new real-time threat intelligence feed, the company recently announced at the International Conference on Cyber Security in New York.

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