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  • News: Huawei wows Global Forum

    Brussels, Belgium -- The 20th annual Global Forum last week highlighted the growing power of Asian information industries, plus the formidable technology challenges facing IT professionals who grapple with increasingly urgent integration requirements as systems converge and people become more mobile.

  • News: VC4Africa extends tech support to Somaliland

    A year after a group of venture capitalists partnered to form Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), their move to back a lab in Somaliland comes as a sign that tech entrepreneur funding in Africa is moving beyond traditional hubs like Johannesburg, Nairobi, Lagos and Accra.

  • News: How to Protect Your Smartphone from Bad Apps

    Today, the sheer number of people embracing smartphones makes those mobile devices and the data stored on them attractive targets to Bad Guys looking to access or steal your personal information. And though mobile malware isn't exactly a major issue at this point, it could be if those hackers and thieves have their way. But you can, and you should, do your best to protect your device and your data.

  • News: 4 spear-phishing hooks for the holidays

    Cybercriminals are increasingly abandoning the technique of casting a wide net by blasting thousands of email accounts with a phishing scam. That's not nearly as lucrative as a spear-phishing attack, which might take more work, but has the potential for a much bigger payoff, according to Rohyt Belani, CEO of phishing-awareness-training company PhishMe.

  • News: Images of Google's online music store leak

    It appears that Google is nearly ready to launch its much-anticipated online music store.

  • News: Dealing with iTunes Match's 25,000 Track Limit

    Now that iTunes Match is live (albeit in beta form) the question will surely be asked:

  • News: 10 ways to beat SAP at the bargaining table

    It's crunch time for SAP customers and salespeople around the world, as many new software deals and contract renewals get hammered out in the fourth quarter in time to be booked before the end of the company's fiscal year.

  • News: Has the spam problem been solved?

    Microsoft founder Bill Gates said in 2004 that the problem of spam would be solved within two years. It seemed unlikely at the time, and in fact 2006 came and went without so much as a dip in the crushing load of unwanted email advertising.

  • News: CA takes to the cloud for identity management

    CA Technologies has gotten its feet wet with cloud-based security before, but now the company is moving further in with a package of cloud based identity and access control services.

  • News: Symantec's cloud-based security service supports Microsoft Lync

    Symantec today widened its cloud-based security service to include Lync, Microsoft's latest instant-messaging client, so that enterprises using Lync can do anti-malware filtering and exert security controls for blocking inappropriate content along with basic data-loss prevention.

  • News: Apple launches iTunes Match track-matching service

    Apple today launched its $24.99-per-year iTunes Match service.

  • News: iPhone Battery's Bad Rap

    Has iPhone 4S battery life got you down? Stop complaining. The new iPhone is the torchbearer for battery life among smartphones.

  • News: Server makers adopt AMD's new 16-core chips

    Server vendors on Monday came out in support of Advanced Micro Devices' latest Opteron 6200 server chips, which advance chip technology to new highs with 16 processor cores.

  • News: Regulators sniffing around mobile privacy issues

    Regulators are starting to investigate what kind of oversight is in place to make sure that mobile applications don't encroach on user privacy rights, a lawyer in Microsoft's Windows Phone segment said on Monday.

  • News: Sprint slashes mobile data prices

    Sprint may be axing its unlimited 4G plans for most devices but at least it's making sure you pay less for what you use.

  • News: Security researcher says Iran to blame for its own Duqu infections

    An Iranian government official yesterday acknowledged that the Duqu attacks had infected computers in the country but claimed that the Trojan was "under control," according to a report by a state-run news agency.

  • News: Cerf calls Internet governance critical issue in high tech

  • News: Google adds 24x7 phone support for all Apps business customers

    Addressing a major source of complaints with its Apps suite, Google has announced that it will now offer around-the-clock phone support for the core components in the Apps for Business version of the hosted collaboration and communication suite.

  • News: Apple releases iTunes 10.5.1 with iTunes Match

    If you have $25 to spend, you're about to free up a lot of storage space on your iOS devices. On Monday, Apple officially released iTunes Match to the masses, with an update to iTunes for Mac and PC. The company missed its initial deadline of a late October release, but a note to developers last week indicated the feature's launch was imminent.

  • News: Mac OS X sandboxing flaw reported

    Security firm CoreLabs Research claims to have found a flaw in the sandboxing functionality of Mac OS X.

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