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  • News: JetBrains adds IDE for Apple iOS, Mac OS X development

    Developers can build Objective-C apps and deliver Xcode-compliant projects, keeping them on the right side of Apple's development restrictions

  • News: Change application categories in Lion

    In Lion's Finder, you can group files, folders, and applications in a variety of ways--by name or date last opened, for example, or, in the case of applications only, by application category. (View -> Arrange By -> Application Category.) Unfortunately, OS X lumps many apps into a catch-all Other category. Even when it does categorize an app more specifically, you might disagree with that categorization: For example, Amazon classifies the Kindle app as Reference, but I consider it Entertainment. Hints reader sd figured out how to change or add categories to applications yourself.

  • News: Apple leads device manufacturers in mobile ad impressions

    Apple's iOS devices have overall seen a large rise in ad impressions, suggesting the true consumer adoption of the mobile technology.

  • News: As registration opens, Macworld Expo unveils new name, focus

    The organizers of Macworld Expo believe that it's an iWorld after all. And they've got the name change to prove it.

  • News: Exploit-powered Android Trojan uses update attack

    A new variant of the DroidKungFu Android Trojan is posing as a legitimate application update in order to infect handsets, according to security researchers from Finnish antivirus vendor F-Secure.

  • News: A BlackBerry user's first impressions of his new iPhone 4S

    I've been a BlackBerry user for years but finally decided I needed a device that provided a better Web browsing experience so just made the leap to an Apple iPhone 4S and thought I'd share some impressions.

  • News: Bank adopts 'security data warehouse' to fight persistent security threats

    Zions Bancorporation has set up a massive repository for proactively analyzing a combination of real-time security and business data in order to identify phishing attacks, prevent fraud and ward off stealthy hacker incursions known as advanced persistent threats.

  • News: Chrome bug no security threat, argues Google

    Google's Chrome contains a critical vulnerability that under certain circumstances allows attackers to plant malware on a Windows PC, a security company said last week.

  • News: Most tablet users won't pay for news content

    A large majority of tablet computer users still want to read news content for free, according to the results of a Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism and The Economist Group survey.

  • News: Chinese competition pushes Zambian mobile plant to brink of closure

    Zambia's only mobile phone manufacturing company, M-mobile Telecommunications (M-Tech), is on the brink of closure as it faces growing competition from China.

  • News: 28% don't know what cloud computing is

    The outcome of our poll showed that nearly two in five (38%) people didn't want to make the switch to cloud computing because "it seems like a waste of time".

  • News: Apple TV set project 'being led by iTunes creator'

    Apple's plans to create an internet-connected television set are being led by the man who created iTunes, according to a report.

  • News: Offshoring and Security: IT Managers, Network Admins Divided on Risk

    A recent survey reveals that more than one-third of respondents whose companies offshore IT said the practice makes their organization less secure, while the same proportion said the opposite. Overall satisfaction with offshore results overall may explain the discrepancy.

  • News: ViewSonic Debuts 7-Inch Android Tablet Selling for $200

    ViewSonic has unveiled the ViewPad 7e, a 7-inch Android tablet that retails for $200. The company is touting the tablet as a content consumption device that’s great for surfing, reading and mobile entertainment.

  • News: Hacking Apple's Siri: Not So Easy

    Hackers looking to port Apple's Siri digital assistant to iOS devices other than the iPhone 4S claim to have a rudimentary version of Siri running on the original iPad. Twitter user Jackoplane recently posted screenshots online showing Siri fully integrated into the iPad's operating system. The only problems is Siri can't do much on the iPad right now since most of Siri's processing takes place on Apple servers. Similar to the version of Siri on the iPhone 4 that hacker Steve Troughton-Smith had up and running earlier in October, the iPad doesn't appear to be able to interface with Apple's servers.

  • News: 5 tech pros companies want to hire

    Networking pros are among the top five tech professionals that companies want to hire, according to Robert Half Technology.

  • News: Group: New version of PROTECT IP may target legal sites

    An upcoming version of U.S. legislation designed to combat copyright infringement on the Web may include provisions that hold online services such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube legally responsible for infringing material posted by users, according to one group opposed to the bill.

  • News: Over 500 Silicon Roundabout jobs up for grabs

    More than 500 jobs will be showcased at Silicon Milkroundabout, a jobs fair for the London start-up community, which is taking place this Sunday.

  • News: LinkedIn Tip: Why You Need a Mentor and How to Find One

    New research from LinkedIn finds that women aren't reaching their full potential by seeking out or becoming a mentor. Here's a look at why, plus tips for how you can find and initiate a fruitful relationship.

  • News: Digimon Masters MMORPG Launches Today

    Longtime Pokémon rival Digimon gets its first massively multiplayer 3D online outing starting from today, and you can play for free.



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