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  • News: Dell announces XPS 13, its first ultrabook

    Dell on Tuesday announced its first ultrabook, the XPS 13, making some noise amid a smaller presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas compared to previous years.

  • News: T-Mobile launches VoIP services for iPhone

    T-Mobile is offering a calling service for iPhone and iPad users, even though it doesn't sell those devices.

  • News: Audi shows gesture-driven, three-panel, heads-up dashboard display

    Audi is showing a new dashboard concept at this year's Consumer Electronics Show that projects three separate displays onto the windshield of a car and accepts hand gestures as commands.

  • News: 4 sweet smartphones from CES 2012

    Who needs ultrabooks? Some of the coolest devices at this year's CES so far have come from our old friend the smartphone.

  • News: Mobility, video and cloud will drive network revenues up 8.7% in 2012, IDC says

    A perfect storm of growth in enterprise mobility, video consumption and cloud infrastructure will come together just in time for a major refresh cycle in 2012, driving worldwide enterprise network revenues to $39.4 billion by the end of the year, IDC predicts.

  • News: ICANN CEO defends new gTLD plan

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will open up applications for new generic top-level domains this week, even with continued objections to the plan, the group's CEO said.

  • News: Apple in the Enterprise: $19 Billion to Be Spent on iPads, Macs in 2012

    If you thought Apple made strides in the enterprise last year, it was only the first lap of a remarkable run, according to analyst firm Forrester.

  • News: What does 2012 have in store for Anonymous?

    Anonymous had a busy year in 2011 pushing its hacker-activist agenda on companies around the Web, to the point where just the sound of the hacker group's name can send shivers down the spine of many a CIO. Anonymous in 2011 took on everything from HB Gary to a Mexican cartel, from oil companies to banks, from NBC to a transportation site. The group has positioned itself as a kind of Internet-based Robin Hood; when it hacked banks, the group claimed it was helping “the 99%” by giving money from the banks back to the people who rightfully deserved it. What have companies learned from this year of terror? The most that can be said is that corporate security needs to be shored up. At a conference panel in August it was evident that instead of battening down the security hatches, some companies were looking to just lessen the economic impact of a hack on their site. Network World has assembled some of the key stories surrounding Anonymous, the reactions from enterprise IT and their advice for surviving an attack, in a special PDF report that is free with Insider registration. So take a peek and then register to receive this package of stories about hackers' doings last year and what can be done next. Download “Hacktivists vs. the World” today. [[link]]

  • News: Mozilla moves forward with plan for enterprise version of Firefox

    Mozilla is advancing its plans to release a version of Firefox tailored for organizations whose IT departments manage it for their employees from a central console.

  • News: Comcast AnyPlay streams live TV to iPad

    As a member of a one-TV/Comcast household--and the only member of that household who much prefers to watch televised sporting events over, say, a formulaic crime drama or anything Kardashian-related--I'm often outvoted when it comes to deciding what to watch. But now, with Comcast's new AnyPlay, I'll soon be able to use the iPad as a second TV to watch Comcast's live TV service.

  • News: Media Player, security bypass are focus of Microsoft's first Patch Tuesday of 2012

    Seven bulletins, one deemed critical, and a handful of new Microsoft security issues all arrived today as part of Microsoft's first Patch Tuesday of 2012.

  • News: Microsoft patches critical Windows drive-by bug

    Microsoft today shipped seven security updates that patched eight vulnerabilities in Windows and a code library used to protect Web applications from cross-site scripting attacks.

  • News: Quad core-chips boost tablet price vs. performance battle

    Attendees at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week are seeing the tablet market splitting in multiple directions as the price and performance battle intensifies.

  • News: Mobile shopping had monster holiday season

    Sales and traffic from mobile devices to online retailers during the holidays doubled over 2012 with Apple iPhone and iPad users leading the charge, according to research from IBM.

  • News: 9 hot technology startups to watch in 2012

    These networking and IT startups could hit the big time in 2012 with game-changing innovations in a wide array of fields.

  • News: Snapseed photo editor is coming to Mac App Store

    Nik Software has announced that it's bringing Snapseed, its popular photo-editing software for iOS, to the Mac.

  • News: Avira Teams with secure.me for Facebook Security

    Privacy and security concerns come with the territory when you use a social network like Facebook. Avira is partnering with secure.me to deliver protection that extends beyond traditional malware, and helps defend your personal information and reputation as well.

  • News: Let's go to the replay: Stanford beams in-game action to fans' phones

    Early on in the November 26 Stanford-Notre Dame football clash, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck lobbed a ball toward the corner of the end zone. His receiver, tight end Levine Toilolo, leapt up, reached over the head of the Fighting Irish defender to nab the ball, and landed in the end zone for the first touchdown of the game.

  • News: Company says carriers, phone makers infringe patent

    The story, "Company says carriers, phone makers infringe patents," which posted to the newswire Monday, incorrectly described the status of a second patent. The seventh paragraph has been corrected on the wire and follows:

  • News: Splunk 4.3 gets a boost for business analysis

    With the newest update of its machine-data search engine, Splunk has expanded the user interface in a number of ways so it can be more easily used by business analysts as well as system administrators.



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