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  • News: Why RIM Should Not Sell the BlackBerry Brand--and Why It Should

    Rumors about a potential sale of BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) have been circulating for months, due largely to the Canadian company's ongoing struggles to retain its place in the competitive mobile market and compete with the likes of Apple, Google and others.

  • News: LogMeIn Goes Free With iOS App for iPad and iPhone Remote Desktop Access

    LogMeIn has ditched the $29.99 price for its basic iPhone and iPad remote access app and is now offering it for free under the simple name “LogMeIn.” The new app lets you remotely control PC or Mac computers, so you can leave your bulky laptop behind and use your iPad instead.

  • News: They're Practically Giving It Away: Holiday Sale Holdup

    The holidays are bearing down upon us like an invincible avalanche of goodwill and cheer, boys and girls, and that means that every online storefront and its mother is hosting a prolonged sale event. Get back in the house and prepare yourself accordingly with our guide to seasonal savings.

  • News: Adobe EchoSign now available on iOS

    Adobe's EchoSign, the company's online digital signature service, is now available as a free iOS app.

  • News: iPhone market share slipping in Europe - report

    The iPhone is losing market share in mainland Europe though continues to perform strongly in the UK, US and Australian markets, Kantar Worldpanel ComTech reports.

  • News: LinkedIn open sources search engine

    Joining its fellow social-networking companies in the public release of internal code, LinkedIn has opened sourced software obtained in October with its acquisition of the IndexTank search-engine software provider.

  • News: Lawmakers ask ICANN to delay generic TLD plan

    A group of U.S. representatives has asked the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to delay its plan to begin rolling out new generic top-level domains in early 2012.

  • News: The new C-change

    The thing Andrew Crabb is most proud of from his time as TelstraClear's CIO has more to do with business transformation than technology.

  • News: Remote authentication bypass vulnerability exposed for Siemens SCADA software

    Google security engineer Billy Rios has publicly disclosed a remote authentication vulnerability in the Siemens SIMATIC software, which is used to control critical infrastructure systems worldwide.

  • News: Beyond technology

    "We really need people to recognise that we are in a fast moving industry and that technologies come and go; new tools, new suppliers and new ways of things come out all the time," says ASB Bank chief of operations Russell Jones. "And in that environment, why wouldn't you rather move around, and develop and grow?"

  • News: Lead with mobile

    Claire Govier has a headstart when grappling with the issues raised by a more mobile workforce and the demands of staff who want to use their personal devices at work.

  • News: Mind the gap

    As chief architect of ITIL, the most widely-practised IT service management framework, Sharon Taylor shepherded it through the most recent major release, version 3 and further additions made to the framework this year.

  • News: Eight Signs Your Business is Tech-Illiterate

    Do your clients point and laugh when you pull out your circa-2008 cellphone? Was your computer OS released before Obama came to office? It's time to pass the upgrade hat if your office exhibits any of the following symptoms of extreme technical illiteracy.

  • News: Prevent stolen iMessages with a SIM PIN

    A week ago, Ars Technica reported on a flaw within Apple’s iMessaging system. iMessage, you’ll recall, is Apple’s iOS 5 alternative to sending traditional SMS and MMS messages. The problem Ars reported in short: A lost or stolen iPhone could continue to receive iMessages directed towards your cell phone number—even if you remotely wiped the iPhone’s data, moved your number to a new phone, or changed your Apple ID’s password.

  • News: EBay buys BillSafe for 'purchase-on-invoice' technology

    EBay has purchased German vendor BillSafe to complement its PayPal online payment system, the company announced Thursday. Terms were not disclosed.

  • News: Samsung scores victory against Apple in Germany

    The changes Samsung Electronics has made to its Galaxy Tab 10.1 are enough so that it is no longer a copy of Apple's iPad, a judge at the district court in Düsseldorf, Germany, said on Thursday.

  • News: IPv6 due for wide deployment in 2012, experts say

    This was the year that IPv6 garnered major headlines, but 2012 is expected to be the year when the next-generation Internet protocol gets widely deployed by U.S. carriers and enterprises.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Run for your life

    Your time to order from the Apple Store before the holidays is running low, Amazon’s interest in buying a smartphone company is running out, and a statue of Apple’s co-founder may be running a small software firm in Hungary. The remainders for Wednesday, December 21, 2011 are about to run the table.

  • News: How to Choose a Laptop for Your Small Business

    If you're shopping for a business laptop for your small-to-medium-size operation at your local big-box store, you're barking up the wrong tree. The average consumer laptop found there simply doesn't provide the customization and service that you'll need, whether you're looking for one unit or for a whole fleet. Instead, you should shop online at a large vendor's site, or at an authorized local reseller.

  • News: Watching the watchers

    While there's no single fix, a number of experts weigh-in on how to make certain those with privileged access don't abuse it.



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