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  • News: T-Mobile first in U.S. to sell Nokia Windows Phone

    T-Mobile will be the first U.S. operator to offer a Nokia phone running Windows Mobile when it starts selling the Lumia 710 early next year.

  • News: TeleNav to offer Web-based HTML 5 navigation services

    Location-based service provider TeleNav announced an HTML 5 browser-based navigation service for mobile devices that will give users the ability to receive free voice-guided, turn-by-turn directions when using an app or visiting a Web site for a restaurant or other destination.

  • News: Google ships Chrome 16, patches 15 vulnerabilities

    Google yesterday patched 15 vulnerabilities in Chrome, paying $6,000 in bounties to bug hunters who reported some of them, and updated the browser to version 16.

  • News: IBM strikes deal with EU over antitrust complaint

    Computer giant IBM has made legally binding concessions to European Union regulators in order to avoid a fine for anticompetitive practices.

  • News: Hitachi-LG Data Storage execs plead guilty to price fixing

    Three executives at Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS) have agreed to plead guilty and serve prison time in the U.S. for their participation in a series of conspiracies to rig bids and fix the prices of optical disk drives sold to large computer makers, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday.

  • News: Microsoft dissecting Windows Phone messaging bug

    Microsoft Windows Phone engineers are reviewing a report that various messaging technologies can be used to send the phone into a reboot and then freeze its messaging center, or hub.

  • News: Pogoplug reveals Series 4 cloud storage device

    Pogoplug in November unveiled its cloud storage service called Pogoplug Cloud, a new addition to the company's hardware line that features products for setting up your own cloud storage device. On Wednesday, Pogoplug revealed the latest version of their hardware, the Series 4.

  • News: Google Wallet to arrive in London in time for Olympics?

    Google could launch its much-trumpeted Google Wallet mobile payments service in Britain ahead of the London 2012 Olympics, according to reports in the French press.

  • News: Killer resumes for techies

    If you have tech skills and experience, odds are you're going to get a call from an IT recruiter in 2012. That's because IT departments are ramping up hiring at the same time that more IT professionals are ready to leave behind employers offering flat salaries, limited flexibility and aging technology.

  • News: Comcast expands IPv6 services into four more states

    Comcast continues to extend its leadership role in the adoption of next-generation Internet services with the news that it has expanded its production IPv6 deployment into four more states — Illinois, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey — over the past six weeks.

  • News: Introducing Windows Server 8: The InfoWorld special report

    Microsoft rolls out one of its most significant updates with the next version of Windows Server 8; find out what it means for your company

  • News: Kenyan government shifts focus from connectivity to cyber security

    Three years ago Internet connectivity was a major concern in Kenya, until the undersea optical fiber cable linking the country to the world was installed. This connectivity has enabled business to collaborate with overseas partners among other benefits, though the super highway has brought yet another problem - Cyber security. This has shifted the priority of the Kenyan government to create awareness and secure virtual systems operating in the internet ecosystem.

  • News: Google App Engine high availability storage exits experimental stage

    The latest version of Google's SDK (software development kit) for its cloud platform App Engine includes the High-Replication Datastore, which has been generally available, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.

  • News: MultiChoice launches DStv self service to solve E16 error

    MultiChoice has launched DStv self service feature to enable their subscribers troubleshoot DStv technical problems from their mobile phones, call center and through the internet. To troubleshoot and solve simple transmission errors, subscribers will have to send an SMS code 3788 from their cellphones and there after they will receive further instructions to solve the technical errors. The service will help solve the E16 error, which forms 60% of the errors recorded at MultiChoice's call centers.

  • News: LocalEats update delivers menus to iPhone food finder

    Exacting foodies use the LocalEats restaurant finder on their iPhone to track down the best places to eat in a particular city. Thanks to the latest update to the app, they'll also have a pretty good idea of what will be on the menu when they get there.

  • News: Nationwide spends £10m on employee social networking system

    COO Tony Prestedge outlines employee engagement initiative

  • News: EU e-procurement agency implements TradeShift

    French government agency ADETEF has signed a deal to use the Tradeshift electronic payments system, in a bid to aid its government's efforts to support the Pan-European Public Procurement OnLine (PEPPOL) project.

  • News: Typosquatters target Christmas shoppers: Websense

    As online shoppers rush to buy presents in the run up to Christmas, security researchers have put out a warning to beware of “typosquatters,” who prey on cack-handed typists that misspell domain and website names.

  • News: Vimeo Festival+ motion media awards open to entries

    From fashion films to motion graphics, second Vimeo awards is looking to reward creators of excellent video projects.

  • News: Submissions open for second Vimeo Festival + Awards

    Filmmakers take note: Submissions have opened for the second Vimeo Festival + Awards, with grants of $5,000 up for grabs in 13 different categories.



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