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  • News: Telehealth can reduce deaths by 45%, study shows

    If used correctly, TeleHealth can deliver a 15% reduction in emergency room visits, a 20% reduction in emergency admissions and a 45% reduction in mortality rates, according to a U.K. Department of Health study.

  • News: Facebook disables bug used to expose Zuckerberg photos

    A Facebook bug came back to haunt the company's co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

  • News: How to Tame a Bad Boss: 8 Practical Techniques

    Employees don't have to suffer under the tyranny of a bad boss. Management experts say employees possess the power to soften a bad boss's sharp edges. Here are eight tactics for making a bad boss more bearable.

  • News: China's Cheaper Cities Prime for IT Outsourcers

    CIOs looking for lower costs, specific language skills or local support should consider these five up-and-coming outsourcing cities in China.

  • News: How to Share Amazon Kindle Ebooks

    I love reading, and I love books. I don't care much about the medium--paper or digital, it's all the same to me, for the most part.

  • News: New tool patches security hole in DNS

    A new, free tool from OpenDNS promises to make domain name system (DNS) lookups--the conversion of a plain-English domain name into a numeric Internet address--more secure. DNSCrypt prevents third parties from intercepting your DNS requests and rewriting them to point your browser, email client, or other software to malicious or fake sites. That may sound like a tedious bit of Internet plumbing, but it profoundly improves your security.

  • News: DOJ investigating e-book pricing, official says

    The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating anticompetitive behavior in the pricing of e-books, joining the European Union, the head of the agency's antitrust division said Wednesday.

  • News: What's really going on with Carrier IQ on your phone

    More details are emerging that reveal the Carrier IQ smartphone application does exactly what the vendor says it does. These new findings directly contradict the nearly universal allegations of keylogging, spying, and tracking, all based on the uncritical acceptance of the original analysis by Trevor Eckhart.

  • News: Dell, Salesforce.com deepen partnership around SMB cloud app delivery

    Dell is rounding out its cloud CRM (customer relationship management) service with the addition of Salesforce.com's Service Cloud customer-service software, the companies announced Wednesday.

  • News: IBM launches enterprise social collaboration apps for tablets

    Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM will release on Wednesday several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.

  • News: DOJ questions if the AT&T and T-Mobile deal is still active

    AT&T's decision to withdraw its application to obtain T-Mobile USA's mobile spectrum license at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission raises a question about whether the company's proposed acquisition is still active, the U.S. Department of Justice has said.

  • News: FAQ: CNET's "Trojan" installer

    CNET is under fire for downloading more than just open source software with the open source software that it makes available on its Web site.

  • News: Flipboard's service collapses on iPhone app launch

    Flipboard shipped its first iPhone app earlier today, but within hours the company acknowledged that its service was down, overwhelmed by demand.

  • News: $99 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet to Debut in US

    The Novo7, a 7-inch tablet available in China that runs Ice Cream Sandwich, is set to arrive in the United States in the coming months with an expected price of $99.

  • News: Windows Store For Windows 8: Your Questions Answered

    As Microsoft readies the debut of Windows 8 beta code for February it's sharing more about one of the biggest additions to the upcoming operating system, a brand new app store. Microsoft is calling it Windows Store and it will feature what are called Metro-style apps designed for both Windows 8 tablets, laptops, and desktop PCs. Metro-style apps are primarily for managing photos, entertainment, social networking, and messaging on Windows 8 devices.

  • News: OpenDNS releases tool to encrypt DNS requests

    OpenDNS has released a preview of a tool that will encrypt DNS (Domain Name System) requests between a person's computer and the company's lookup service, potentially blocking malicious interceptions.

  • News: NavX sues Google again, increasing its claim for damages over Adwords rules

    French navigation data provider NavX filed another lawsuit against Google last Thursday, renewing its accusations that the company abused its dominant position in online advertising and tripling its claim for damages.

  • News: Rogue Amoeba launches Piezo, a simple audio recorder

    If you find recording audio from one of your Mac’s apps just too darn cumbersome, the audio experts at Rogue Amoeba have just the program for you. The company’s newest app is Piezo, a lightweight and easy to use audio recorder.

  • News: Auditor: Big Aussie SAP project behind schedule, over budget

    A major SAP ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project being conducted by the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities has hit a rocky patch, with projected costs for the first phase ballooning from A$153 million (US$157 million) to A$210 million (US$215 million), according to a new report by the Australian state's auditor.

  • News: Starbucks mobile payments perk past 26M transactions

    Starbucks said 26 million smartphone transactions were made to but its coffee and other products in less than a year since it started using a mobile payment app.

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