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  • News: How to Email Like a Pro

    Email often straddles a fine line between help and hindrance. It’s an invaluable tool, no doubt about it, but sometimes it can be a stubborn, unwieldy, and intrusive monster—maybe even a security threat.

  • News: Trojan hack lands cycle star Floyd Landis with suspended sentence

    Disgraced former Tour de France cyclist Floyd Landis should be given an 18-month suspended prison sentence for his part in an alleged plot to hack the French national anti-doping laboratory (LNDD) using Trojans, a prosecutor has said.

  • News: Top secret defence data stolen from Japanese contractor

    Attackers did after all steal plans for fighter jets and nuclear power plant safety systems during August’s hack of Japanese defence contractor Mitsubish Heavy, sources in the country have claimed.

  • News: Private sector data breaches up 58 percent

    The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has revealed that the number of data security breaches in the private sector has increased by 58 percent year-on-year.

  • News: SAP Q3 profits soar on reduction of TomorrowNow provision

    SAP reported Wednesday a 14 percent increase in revenue in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, and said its business pipeline continues to remain very strong and companies continue to invest in IT. The business software vendor did not however revise its outlook for the full year 2011, citing the ongoing uncertain macroeconomic environment.

  • News: What Your Cloud Consultant is Trying To Tell You

    Consultants have been a mainstay of IT departments forever. But in the cloud the commercial language is filled with a new set of euphemisms you need to understand. Here are some to look out for.

  • News: New Trojan horse uses your Mac to attack websites

    Software security company ESET reports that hackers have successfully ported older Linux-targeting malware to Mac OS X. OSX/Tsnunami.A is a new variant of Linux/Tsunami, a malicious piece of software that commandeers your computer and uses its network connection to attack other websites.

  • News: Nokia Lumia 800 and 710: What You Need To Know

    Nokia officially unveiled on Wednesday what company CEO Stephen Elop called "the first real Windows Phone," the Nokia Lumia 800 and its lower-end cousin, Lumia 710. The 800's design is very similar (some might say a carbon copy) to the critically-acclaimed MeeGo-based Nokia N9. The N9 was also mourned by reviewers since it was Nokia's first and last MeeGo phone, and a device that never shipped in the U.S. Nokia said the Lumia 800 will start shipping in Europe in November for about $580. The 710 will cost about $375 and will first ship to Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan before the end of the year.

  • News: Credit Suisse fined £5.95m for systems and controls failings

    Credit Suisse has been fined £5.95 million by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) for IT systems and control failings that meant that customers were exposed to unacceptable risk.

  • News: Researchers demo cloud security issue with Amazon AWS attack

    Researchers from the Horst Goertz Institute (HGI) of the Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB) in Germany have demonstrated an account hijacking attack against Amazon Web Services (AWS) that they believe affects other cloud computing products as well.

  • News: Smartphone on a budget: Samsung Exhibit II 4G set for sale

    The Samsung Exhibit II 4G smartphone is slated to go on sale Thursday for $29.99 after rebate and a two-year agreement with T-Mobile USA.

  • News: Nokia unveils first Windows phones

    Nokia unveiled on Wednesday four new phones intended for developing markets as well as the company's first two smartphones running the Windows Phone operating system.

  • News: Olympus replaces CEO as scrutiny of past deals grows

    Olympus abruptly replaced its CEO on Wednesday after less than two weeks on the job, as pressure continues to build on the company over questionable deals in recent years.

  • News: Juniper adds OpenFlow to its routers, switches

    Juniper Networks this week said it is making the source code of its OpenFlow application accessible to developers of applications for its Junos networking operating system software.

  • News: Suse working on private OpenStack cloud

    Attachmate's Suse division has announced plans to offer software based on the OpenStack platform for enterprises to build private clouds.

  • News: Pure unveils music-streaming service

    Digital radio manufacturer Pure has unveiled Pure Music, a web-based music streaming service.

  • News: RIM delays BlackBerry tablet OS to February 2012

    A week after promising the PlayBook OS 2.0 to developers in October, RIM cites quality issues and says it will drop a key feature

  • News: IBM names Virginia Rometty as new CEO

    IBM has revealed Virginia Rometty will take over as president and CEO of the tech giant on January 1.

  • News: Google Nexus S to get Ice Cream Sandwich 'within weeks'

    Google has revealed it will offer Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of its Android mobile platform, to owners of its Nexus S smartphone "within weeks".

  • News: Nokia unveils first Windows phones

    Nokia unveiled on Wednesday four new phones intended for developing markets as well as the company's first two smartphones running the Windows Phone operating system.



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