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  • News: Enterprise data warehouse key to national health reform

    The federal government’s Department of Health and Ageing is seeking information from suppliers in preparation for the upcoming national health reform enterprise data warehouse (NHR EDW) program.

  • News: HK Govt to use both public cloud and private cloud

    The Hong Kong SAR Government will establish a cloud environment progressively over the next few years for the delivery of its e-services and information, said Stephen Mak, Government Chief Information Officer Friday.

  • News: An App For Your Home Decorating Toolbox

    Interior decorating projects often require a weekend at the home improvement store. But PPG Industries has designed a way to select paint colors without collecting piles of sample chips. Its desktop and mobile application ColorClix—a CIO 100 Award winner—lets you follow your inspiration, whether it's from a magazine, a photograph or a TV show. Upload an image to ColorClix, and the app matches it to a palette of paint colors. You can see what a color would look like in a room using ColorClix Visualizer and share it with family and friends over social media. When it's time to buy, a calculator in the app helps you figure out how many gallons to order. Chris Caruso, PPG's global business IT director, says the company, which makes Olympic paint for Lowe's, wants to expand the app to help customers with the whole of their design projects—suggesting furniture and household items, and offering decorating tips. "We want to create a road map that goes beyond selecting color.

  • News: Digia opens Qt office in the US

    Finnish company Digia has opened an office in the U.S. in an effort to boost the commercial usage of a cross-platform application and user interface framework Qt, it said on Tuesday.

  • News: Will OS X Lion roar in the enterprise?

    Since its release on July 20, Apple's newest version of OS X, known as Lion, has been bought, downloaded and installed by more than a million users. As an operating system, it represents a new paradigm: Apple's desktop platform is becoming more iOS-like. To date, most of the focus has been on new features like gestures, Mission Control, the new download-based install process, and user interface tweaks that are the biggest since the OS X public beta was introduced in 2000.

  • News: Skype takes iPad app live, for real this time

    Skype today restored its new iPad program to Apple's iOS App Store after pulling it from the download market yesterday.

  • News: IIIS: Big Data driving new trends

    Reality mining, tagging data at its source and Cloud reputation agencies are three of the emerging trends likely to come out of the explosion of ‘Big Data’ delegates at the Implementing Information Infrastructure Symposium (IIIS) have heard.

  • News: Osu! Tatakae! iPhone!

    Fans of Elite Beat Agents may be interested in a newly-released free music game for iOS devices from independent developer Dean Herbert.

  • News: Sony Acquires Sucker Punch

    Despite developing exclusively for Sony consoles since the turn of the century, Sucker Punch has always been an independent developer. But not any more!

  • News: Apple reveals iCloud pricing

    Apple has revealed the pricing for iCloud, its online account that allows users to store their music, photos, files and contacts online, and then wirelessly access then from a number of different devices, in the US.

  • News: Skype for iPad launches: full details

    Skype for iPad is available in the Apple App Store.

  • News: Words With Friends Goes to Facebook, World Still Turns

    As reported by GameSpot, Zynga's smash hit iOS game, Words With Friends, is about to get a bit more social with an impending Facebook port. The Facebook version of that game that you used to really enjoy but now find a bit tedious when people challenge you to new games will support cross-platform play (meaning Facebook friends can have spell-offs with iOS and Android gamers), as well as player notifications, and other stuff that generally happens when you put a game on Facebook.

  • News: Emerging ERP Apps Stores Could Change ERP Buying

    Choosing your company's next mission-critical ERP system might have just gotten easier.

  • News: Cognizant's revenue, profits rise on outsourcing demand

    Cognizant Technology Solutions reported on Tuesday growth in revenue and profits for the quarter ended June 30, as demand grows for offshore outsourcing.

  • News: WTF? $16 for Final Fantasy Tactics for iPhone?

    After finally getting approved last week by Apple, Final Fantasy Tactics for the iPhone has a release date and a price. (Though you may want to sit down before finding out how much it's going to cost).

  • News: Adobe Edge: What You Need to Know

    Adobe released a preview of its upcoming Adobe Edge software Monday morning. But what exactly is this new program, and why are web developers so excited about it? Here's what you need to know.

  • News: Apple Blocks Samsung from Launching Galaxy Tab in Australia

    Samsung has agreed not to sell its 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab tablet in Australia until it resolves its patent issues with Apple. According to Bloomberg, the companies are looking to reach a settlement over patent infringement claims.

  • News: Zero-day vulnerability found in a Wordpress image utility

    Hackers are exploiting a problem with an image-resizing utility called TimThumb that is widely used in many themes for the blogging platform WordPress, although some fixes have been made to the latest version.

  • News: Google to help developers adopt their apps for tablets

    Google is organizing a series of Android Developer Labs (ADLs) that aim to help developers convert theirexisting smartphone applications to run on Honeycomb-based tablets, it said in a blog post on Monday.

  • News: Telstra offers online portal to manage mobile devices

    Australian operator Telstra has launched the Mobile Device Management Portal, which allows IT administrators to remotely manage Apple iPhone and Android-based smartphones, the company said on Tuesday.



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