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  • News: IT managers are aloof, insular, says psychologist

    In an interview with Computerworld, organizational psychologist Billie Blair explains how IT managers and their staffs are different from the rest of us.

  • News: Five open source technologies for 2012

    Next year, if all goes according to plan, Red Hat will become the first open source software company to generate more than US$1 billion a year in revenue. It will be a watershed moment for the open source community, who have long seen their approach of community-based development as a viable, even superior, alternative to traditional notions of how software should be written.

  • News: Top Gear episode free on iTunes today - 12 Days of Christmas

    Today's offer is the the episode of Top Gear where Clarkson, May and Hammond visit the Middle East in a seasonal road trip. Also available is a free download is 'Hipping Hall', a programme featuring Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan.

  • News: Japan's Mitsui to invest in U.S. Tres Amigas smart power grid project

    Mitsui, a massive Japanese conglomerate, will invest US$12 million in an ambitious smart grid project that is being constructed in New Mexico.

  • News: Processors: What to Expect From CPUs in 2012

    As the brains of most every modern computing gadget, the central processing unit or CPU is an indispensable part of every desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet. The processor crunches the numbers and assigns the tasks, and it's one of the chief pieces of hardware that determine how thick your laptop is or how long your phone’s battery will last.

  • News: China to launch GPS alternative with own Beidou system

    China on Tuesday began offering its own satellite navigation system to users, as an effort to move away from the nation's reliance on the U.S.-built NAVSTAR GPS network.

  • News: Lego Particle Collider Looks Awesome, Won't Find Higgs Boson Anytime Soon

    I guess physicists have to have fun too, right? Sascha Mehlhase of the Niels Bohr Institute has recreated the Large Hadron Collider out of Lego, utilizing some 9500 pieces at a cost of about 200 euros. Sascha constructed this Lego marvel on weekends and after normal business hours. It's built at about 1:50 scale, and it looks pretty awesome.

  • News: UK e-health system could cost CSC US$1.5B writeoff

    Computer Sciences Corp. might have to write off the US$1.5 billion investment it has made in developing and deploying a failed e-patient records system in the U.K., which the government canceled in September, the company warned in a filing Tuesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • News: 2011's top stories: iPad 2

    The iPad 2 hit the UK on 26 March this year and has received little but praise since.

  • News: Life after iWeb: The state of Web design on the Mac

    It hasn't been a great year for iWeb users. Apple's lone Web design app wasn't updated with the release of iLife '11, and future versions--much less a successor--are in doubt. Even if iWeb's prospects are as bad as they seem, there's more to creating websites on the Mac than just one program. Whether you're looking for an easy-to-use iWeb replacement or a more sophisticated program with more powerful features for you and your site's visitors, a host of applications is available for every skill level and budget. Here are some of the highlights and how current iWeb users could find them useful.

  • News: Official Zelda Timeline Revealed: A Link to the Past and the Future and the Other Future

    Popular traditions among Zelda fans: slay moblins, smash pots, collect rupees and ponder the nature of existence. How do the numerous games of the series all fit together? Until recently the prevailing opinion was that they don't, although it sure has been fun to wonder over the years.

  • News: Apple fined €900,000 in Italy

    The Italian Antitrust Authority has fined Apple €900,000 (US$1.2 million) for not giving consumers enough information about its guarantees, the authority said on Tuesday.

  • News: Competitor: GoDaddy is thwarting domain transfers

    In the face of an avalanche of bad publicity, domain registrar GoDaddy is being accused by a competitor of dragging its feet on allowing customers to leave its service.

  • News: Samsung, NTT DoCoMo and others to set up LTE chip joint venture

    NTT DoCoMo said Tuesday it will form a joint venture with Samsung, Fujitsu, NEC and two other Japanese companies to design and sell chips for high-speed mobile networks based on the LTE (Long Term Evolution) standard.

  • News: Intel antitrust case may be headed to New York court

    A federal judge in Delaware has cancelled a Feb. 14 trial of an antitrust case filed against Intel in 2009, after plaintiff New York state asked the court to allow its transfer to a New York state court.

  • News: Competitor: GoDaddy is thwarting domain transfers

    In the face of an avalanche of bad publicity, domain registrar GoDaddy is being accused by a competitor of dragging its feet on allowing customers to leave its service.

  • News: 2011's top stories: Steve Jobs

    Earlier this year, the world witnessed a huge loss, there will never be a man quite like Steve Jobs, and not surprisingly, many of our most read stories this year were about the man behind Apple.

  • News: Report: Phishing attack targets Apple customers

    A "vast phishing attack" that attempts to capture the credit card information of Apple customers was launched on Christmas day, according to a report from Mac security-software company Intego.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Bookworm

    The holidays are here for much of the country, but in between the family reunions, long meals, and gift-unwrapping sessions, there's still time to take a look at what's new in the world of iPad cases. In this week's roundup, we've got everything from the elegant to the rugged.

  • News: Confidential Client List Safe from Anonymous, Says Hacker Target

    The damage from a weekend data breach at a think tank on international security issues appears to have been inflated by the assault's perpetrators, the hacker collective known as Anonymous.



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