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  • News: The new advisor to the CIO

    Avneesh Saxena, group vice president, Domain Research Group, IDC Asia Pacific, predicts the rise of a sourcing specialist who will act as a trusted advisor on the cloud for CIOs.

  • News: Microsoft zapping Zune music player

    Microsoft, confirming one of the technology industry’s worst kept secrets, is killing off its Zune music player about 5 years after its debut as a potential iPod killer.

  • News: Massive DDoS attacks a growing threat to VoIP services

    When the massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack in March brought down the voice-over-IP (VoIP) call processing supplied by TelePacific Communications to thousands of its customers, it marked a turning point for the local-exchange services provider in its thinking about security.

  • News: Kenya Data Networks launches its new offices

    Kenya Data Networks (KDN) officially opened its new company headquarters at the Sameer Business Park off Mombasa Road. This is after the company launched its data centre a few weeks ago on the same location and has plans of lighting up its fiber optic link between Kampala and Kigali in the next 30 days.

  • News: HTC Acknowledges Security Flaw, Promises Quick Fix

    HTC has acknowledged a security vulnerability in several of its smartphones but dodged responsibility for the flaw. The vulnerability exposes nearly all a user’s data to any app that can access the Internet from the handset.

  • News: Mango update progressing, but Samsung owners have to wait

    Microsoft has invited 50 percent of eligible Windows Phone users to update to version 7.5, also known as Mango, Microsoft's Eric Hautala said in a blog post on Monday.

  • News: Yahoo revamps video site

    Yahoo has redesigned its video site to make it a central repository for the video content spread out over its various other sites, a move it expects will draw more viewers and attract more advertising.

  • News: iPhone 5: Sprint Exclusivity Doesn't Seem Possible

    Sprint is expected to jump aboard the iPhone bandwagon, joining AT&T and Verizon as the third U.S. carrier to sell the device. The carrier committed to more than 30 million handsets over the next four years, according to Wall Street Journal, which was also the first to report that Sprint will get the new iPhone. But in the usual hysteria ahead of a highly-anticipated Apple announcement, Boy Genius Report is claiming its sources say the iPhone 5 will be a Sprint exclusive.

  • News: Activision Launches Second Independent Games Competition

    Activision has launched a second $250,000 competition for aspiring game developers, with the offerings to be judged by IndieCade.

  • News: XSS web attacks could live forever, researcher warns

    Websites that accidentally distribute rogue code could find it harder to undo the damage if attackers exploit widespread browser support for HTML5 local storage and an increasing tendency for heavy users of Web apps never to close their browser.

  • News: IBM buys security intelligence minded Q1 Labs

    In a move to fortify a newly created division devoted to security systems, IBM is acquiring Q1 Labs, the company announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: Oracle releases JavaFX 2.0, shares plans for Java 9

    Company unveils the latest Java client and server technologies at JavaOne conference

  • News: 2012 IT budgets, salaries on the rise, survey says

    IT budgets, salaries and staff turnover rates have returned to pre-recessionary levels, according to a new survey conducted by the Society of Information Management (SIM) that indicates increasing optimism among CIOs and IT executives nationwide.

  • News: Color Splash Studio 1.0

    While there are plenty of full-featured image-editing programs out there, including Adobe Photoshop, there are times when you want an app that does just one thing, and does it incredibly well. For selective desaturation—removing color from specific parts of a photo while leaving the remainder untouched—that program is MacPhun's Color Splash Studio (Mac App Store link).

  • News: Red Hat buys cloud storage vendor Gluster

    Red Hat is acquiring privately owned storage vendor Gluster for approximately US$136 million in cash to boost its cloud offerings, it said on Tuesday.

  • News: A quick look at Adobe's Creative Cloud

    Adobe Creative Cloud, announced this week at the Adobe Max 2011 annual conference, is a cloud-based software initiative designed to redefine the process of content creation, storage, and sharing, and as a major component of the company's transformation. Creative Cloud is further evidence—in case any more was needed—of Adobe’s recognition that the mobile marketplace is the current and future cornerstone of art and design and is the company’s future.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe launches iPad publishing app

    Single Edition allows users to publish single-issue content as an iPad app at £255 a shot, all in.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe buys webfonts service TypeKit

    Adobe has acquired webfonts service Typekit, which lets interactive designers replace standard web fonts with seamlessly-downloaded typography.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe launches Photoshop for Android, iPad

    Adobe has launched Touch Apps -- a family of six apps for Android tablets and the Apple iPad offering tools for sketching, image editing, creating mood boards and presentation.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe launches Creative Cloud

    Adobe has announced Creative Cloud, a collection of tools and services that aims to bring together the company's desktop Creative Suite tools with some new tablet apps and an Internet-based project sharing and syncing system.



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