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  • News: Facebook will cool its first European data center for free in Sweden

    Facebook has begun building a data center in Lulea, Sweden, where it will benefit from cheap electricity and year-round free air cooling, the company announced Thursday.

  • News: Dropbox adds new file-sharing service for work groups

    Dropbox for Teams starts at $795 annually for five users and offers 1TB of storage. It also comes with phone customer support and gives IT shops control to add or remove users.

  • News: Riverbed rolls out Stingray products

    Riverbed Technology is launching Stingray, a new product line of devices that brings together products the company acquired last summer when it bought Zeus Technology and Aptimize Limited.

  • News: Codify lets you build iPad apps--on your iPad

    Software developers who want to create games and simulations on their iPad have a new option available, thanks in part to loosened restrictions in the App Store. Sharing those creations, however, might be impossible.

  • News: Nokia Shows Off Flexible Device With Kinetic Display

    Nokia showed off a working prototype of a device that you bend and twist to interact with, giving consumers a brief glimpse into the future. The flexible gadget, dubbed a Nokia kinetic device, might not be available on the market any time soon, but it’s a cool sight to behold.

  • News: Video: Steve Jobs one-on-one, the '95 interview

    In 1995, Steve Jobs was on the cusp of middle age -- 40 years old -- when he sat down for an interview by the Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation as part of an oral history project. The Foundation also produced the Computerworld Honors Program, whose executive director, Daniel Morrow, conducted this interview.

  • News: Import camera videos directly into iMovie '11

    To us, a video shot with a camcorder and a video shot with a DSLR or compact camera are essentially the same thing: a video file stored on a memory card. But to iLife, they're different: iMovie was designed to import footage from devices that primarily shoot video, while iPhoto was designed to import images from still cameras.

  • News: Safaricom launches Africa's largest native cloud

    Safaricom has launched a range of cloud services which will include data centre services including hosting, storage and backup services. The launch was done at a Wednesday evening function at Nairobi's Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) and attended by more than 600 guests. Safaricom Cloud is a partnership that rings together Safaricom, Seven Seas Technologies, EMC and Cisco, each bringing their expertise in different sectors into the partnership. Notably in attendance was Kenya's Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Communications, Dr Bitange Ndemo.

  • News: Nokia determined to lead smartphone market

    Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop said this morning that the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer was determined to gain back ground and lead the smartphone market.

  • News: Apple granted 'slide to unlock' patent

    Apple has been granted a patent that could spell trouble for Google and Android handset makers the world over.

  • News: Interest in IPv6 booms despite puny traffic levels

    The importance of IPv6 could at last be getting through to ISPs and their business customers, a survey from the Number Resource Organisation (NRO) has found.

  • News: Zscaler offers lookup of abusive IP addresses

    Cloud security company Zscaler is offering a web tool businesses can use to check whether their IP address is being used for spamming or DDoS attacks.

  • News: 'Tsunami' backdoor Trojan for Mac OS X spotted

    A Trojan targeting computers running Mac OS X which can be used to launch DDoS attacks on websites has been discovered.

  • News: Introducing Macworld's iOS 5 Upgrade Guide

    iOS 5 has hit the stage, and eager users everywhere are getting ready to upgrade their devices. If you’re concerned about the upgrade process, or simply want to know all your setup options before making the big switch, let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with this step-by-step guide, available on the iBookstore for $2.99.

  • News: Apple releases firmware updates for Mac mini, iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air

    Apple late Wednesday released firmware updates for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac.

  • News: Sony Buys Ericsson Out of Mobile Partnership for $1.47 Billion

    Sony took a page out of the playbooks of Microsoft and Apple, announcing it would buy out its smartphone partner, Ericsson, to more tightly integrate smartphones with Sony's laptops, tablets and televisions. The move gives Sony complete control over its smartphone business, while Ericsson will now focus more broadly on wireless connectivity for products beyond mobile handsets. Sony purchased Ericsson's share of the Sony Ericsson partnership for about $1.47 billion. Rumors about Sony's takeover of Sony Ericsson surfaced in early October.

  • Video: Video: Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Windows phones launch

    The Lumia devices are Nokia's first big push for phones running the Windows Phone operating system after the company announced a partnership with Microsoft in February.

  • News: OpenLogic's PaaS to support many languages

    OpenLogic is launching a platform-as-a-service offering that aims to give users the flexibility that many developers like about infrastructure-as-a-service without the work.

  • News: Kelihos botnet domain provider promises to make amends

    Czech based free domain provider dotFree Group has settled the lawsuit brought against it by Microsoft in the Kelihos takedown case by suspending all abusive hosts registered through its service and promising better collaboration in the future.

  • News: Facebook will cool its first European data center for free in Sweden

    Facebook has begun building a data center in Lulea, Sweden, where it will benefit from cheap electricity and year-round free air cooling, the company announced Thursday.



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