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  • News: Flash Server update brings iOS support, eases tensions

    Since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, Apple and Adobe have been engaged in a cold war over the future of Flash on the iOS platform, a conflict that has occasionally warmed as the companies and their employees traded barbs. And so, while Friday's release of Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5--which can stream content to iOS devices--could be construed as a step towards détente, it doesn't yet mark the tearing down of the wall.

  • News: How to: Choosing the right colocation provider

    With a plethora of private data centres available and a remarkable number currently being built, it is an opportune time for businesses needing to expand their data capacity to take a closer look at what is on offer.

  • News: AT&T: DOJ's opposition to merger hurts consumers

    The U.S. Department of Justice would "severely set back growth and competition" in the U.S. mobile telecom market if its efforts to block the acquisition of T-Mobile USA by AT&T are successful, AT&T said in court documents filed Friday.

  • News: Dell fixing Alienware M11x laptops with broken hinges

    Dell has acknowledged the problem of broken hinges on some Alienware M11x laptops and is asking customers with the issue to contact the company for a resolution.

  • News: What Facebook Ruling Means for Social Media at Your Company

    It has been widely accepted by both employees and organizations that what you say on a social media network about a company where you're working could get you fired. A recent decision by a judge in New York may have changed all that after he ordered five people who were fired over comments on Facebook to go back to work.

  • News: Online seller of counterfeit credit cards gets prison time

    An Indiana man who manufactured counterfeit credit cards and sold them online was sentenced Friday to 14 years in prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

  • News: Google buys Zagat, targets Groupon, Facebook

    With Zagat's restaurant reviewing operation now in its arsenal, Google is in a position to radically change the daily deals market.

  • News: Ambrosia releases Soundboard for iPad

    Now you don't need a Mac to play crazy sound effects. Ambrosia Software's Soundboard app, already a Mac app that lets you assign sound effects to each key on your keyboard, has arrived on the App Store as a $20 iPad app.

  • News: Credit card forger sentenced to 14 years

    A man who sold phony credit cards online was sentenced to 14 years in prison and must pay more than $3 million after pleading guilty to wire fraud and identity theft.

  • News: Security roundup: How did 9/11 change IT?; Microsoft premature patching; HIPAA gets nasty

    The 10th anniversary of the infamous Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America is prompting reflection on those who died on that day of mass murder, and what changed in our society because of it.

  • News: Microsoft to overhaul Hotmail

    Microsoft will unveil next month a major revamping of its Hotmail webmail service, with upgrades across the board, including in areas like spam, security and performance.

  • News: Dish, LightSquared place long 4G bets

    LightSquared's and Dish Network's proposals to use satellite spectrum for 4G networks aren't necessarily competing for FCC approval, but either one could make the U.S. mobile broadband business more competitive if it clears significant hurdles.

  • News: Dragon Quest X World and Character Details Emerge

    Dragon Quest X is an online game, though the phrase "MMORPG" hasn't been bandied around. This suggests it may take a more Phantasy Star Online?/Guild Wars approach to online gameplay rather than providing a truly persistent world. This side of things hasn't been explained fully as yet, but this week's issue of Japanese publication Weekly Shounen Jump (via Andriasang) reveals a few more details about the game's characters and world.

  • News: Crysis 1 Coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PSN This October

    The original Crysis, which hails from 2007, is still seen by PC users as a benchmark of graphical fidelity. Many believe that running Crysis on its "Ultra" settings is the ultimate test of their processor and graphics hardware in the constant pursuit of more and more frames per second.

  • News: Assessing the Impact of Application Virtualization

    Server virtualization gets most of the glory, but it's application virtualization that may ultimately have a more significant impact on enterprise IT architectures, supporting new modes of business and smoothing the path to the new services-oriented online structure known as the cloud.

  • News: 10 Best Android Tablet Apps for News Junkies

    CIO.com's gadget guru Al Sacco spotlights 10 great applications for your Android tablet that will keep you up to date on news, sports, entertainment, stocks and much more. These apps look great and perform even better--and most are free

  • News: HP announces new mobile and 3D printing capabilities

    For those running HP printers and scanners alongside their Macs, the company on Thursday announced a series of new products at its Imaging and Printing Conference 2011. The new developers are aimed at helping both HP's home and business consumers adopt mobile and 3D printing.

  • News: Apple patches OS X for DigiNotar threat

    Apple is rolling out an OS X patch to deal with the DigiNotar threat. DigiNotar will be removed from the list of trusted root certificates.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor rollup for the week ending Sept. 9

    President Barack Obama's jobs speech this week might have been better received if he kept repeating, "Release this iPhone right away!" The iOSsphere this week seized on iPhone 4 inventory levels, carrier promotional documents, third-party phone cases, and reports of plans to build 27 million Next iPhones by January to reassure itself that The Wait is nearing an end.

  • News: iPhone at last gets Flash

    Apple may not have approved it, but it appears as though iPhone users will soon gain access to Flash content.



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