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  • News: Readers react to Steve Jobs's resignation

    When news broke Wednesday that Steve Jobs would step down as Apple's CEO, it wasn't long before Twitter exploded with instant reactions from consumers, pundits, and developers. Responses ran the gamut from the monosyllabic (my own feed was packed with people saying "Wow," "Shocked," and "Whoa") to the nostalgic ("My favorite Jobs memories: attending the Boston NeXT launch, and spotting him at the back of a crowd at Pixar's '89 SIGGRAPH booth, beaming," Technologizer's Harry McCracken recalled).

  • News: Rob Malda, aka CmdrTaco, leaves Slashdot

    It's the end of an era at Slashdot as Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda announced Thursday that he is leaving the site that he created.

  • News: Scariest IPv6 attack scenarios

    Experts are reporting a rise in the number of attacks that take advantage of known vulnerabilities of IPv6, a next-generation addressing scheme that is being adopted across the Internet. IPv6 replaces the Internet's main communications protocol, which is known as IPv4.

  • News: Ladies love e-readers, are less keen on tablets

    Women have increasingly become the most frequent buyers of e-readers even as their interest in tablets and smartphones has remained relatively steady, according to Nielsen.

  • News: Bounty grows for Android port to TouchPad

    The bounty for any developer who manages to port Android to the TouchPad is growing, reaching more than US$2,100 on Thursday, just as one effort to execute the port struggles to get off the ground.

  • News: Portal Co-Creator Kim Swift's New Game is Quantum Conundrum

    Quantum Conundrum, the upcoming new game from Portal 2 creator Kim Swift, wants you to stop thinking "portals" and start thinking in "dimensions".

  • News: Quotations from Chairman Steve

    Apple's former CEO, and now chairman, Steve Jobs does not think in sound bites. Reading through the wealth of interviews in his career, one is conscious of a mind working through both questions and answers, and taking little for granted.

  • News: Q&A: How tech patent expert Florian Mueller sees smartphone suits shaking out

    A question-and-answer session with the writer of the FOSS Patents blog.

  • News: Why RIM's BBM Music Service is Destined to Fail

    Research In Motion (RIM) today made official the rumored "BBM Music" service, which is meant to enable "social and viral music discovery by allowing users to build an evolving, community-based music library that is shared amongst their BBM Music friends."

  • News: Windows XP turns 10

    Windows XP quietly turned 10 years old Wednesday, a milestone for the still-popular operating system that powers nearly half the world's PCs.

  • News: Verizon boosts cloud services with CloudSwitch buy

    Verizon Thursday said it has acquired CloudSwitch and plans to use its cloud software to help enterprise customers more easily move applications to Verizon's Terremark environment.

  • News: Will Jobs' departure shake up the mobile industry?

    The iPhone. The iPad. Both iconic Apple products have soared in global popularity. Both have led to a mobile computing movement started, arguably, when the iPhone first appeared in 2007.

  • News: Post-riot, UK government halts talk of social media shutdown

    The U.K. government met on Thursday with technology companies for a post-mortem on the violent riots earlier this month, but made clear from the onset that it was no longer considering shutting down services in times of crisis.

  • News: Jobs Is Out as CEO, But Apple Is Still Apple

    Steve Jobs shocked the tech world yesterday when he announced that he is resigning as CEO of Apple. Apple stock is down, and pundits everywhere are predicting a potentially bleak future for Apple. But, you don't need to rush out and buy batteries, canned goods, and bottled water--this is not the apocalypse. Apple will still be Apple.

  • News: Tim Cook's amazing, incredible, magical memo

    Steve Jobs. Tim Cook. New Apple CEO sounds just like the old one.

  • News: The other big resignation: Slashdot creator "CmdrTaco" steps down

    One day after Apple CEO Steve Jobs shook the tech industry by announcing his resignation, Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda rocked the world of tech news by announcing he is leaving the Slashdot website he founded 14 years ago.

  • News: Report: Cook addresses Apple employees via email

    According to Ars Technica, newly appointed CEO Tim Cook rallied the troops on Thursday with an email to the company’s employees, in which he describes joining Apple as “the best decision I’ve ever made” and says he shares “Steve’s optimism for Apple’s bright future.”

  • News: Augere enters east African market through three fronts

    U.K.-based broadband service provider Augere has entered the east African broadband market in Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda, with the largely untapped rural market in Africa becoming more attractive and economically viable to service providers.

  • News: Steve Jobs' resignation - reactions

    Steve Jobs has resigned from his position as CEO at Apple. Macworld takes a look at how the tech industry has reacted to the news.

  • News: HP will continue to support WebOS

    HP has revealed that despite the fact it is discontinuing its tablet PC, the HP TouchPad, the company will continue to support the WebOS platform.



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