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  • News: Some users face problems upgrading to iOS 5

    Any day there's a major operating system update always contains some excitement, but Wednesday's iOS 5 release contained more surprises than some iPhone and iPad users might have hoped for. Based on reports from around the Internet--Twitter messages, posts on Apple's forums, email sent to Macworld.com--some users have run into difficulty getting Apple's iOS update to install on their mobile devices.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Bite out of the old apple

    A squabble over an iconic Apple image, a professional opinion of blogger conduct, and an explanation of Steve Jobs's choice in fashion. The remainders for Wednesday, October 12, 2011 are a 1-2-3 inning.

  • News: Virgin Mobile releases iPhone 4S plans

    Virgin Mobile has joined Telstra, Optus and Vodafone in announcing pricing and plan details for the iPhone 4S, just one day ahead of its launch on Friday 14 October.

  • News: Up close with iOS 5: iMessage

    Thanks to iOS 5, anyone with an iOS device can now easily keep in touch--for free!--by using Apple's new iMessage service, found within the Messages app. iMessage works without any per-message charges from cellular providers or monthly texting plans; instead, you'll send messages over your device's 3G or Wi-Fi connection.

  • News: Man charged with hacking Scarlett Johansson, other celebs

    A 35-year-old man was arrested Wednesday on charges that he broke into the email accounts of numerous Hollywood celebrities and stole private photographs and correspondence.

  • News: Samsung aims for the enterprise

    As more companies allow employees to bring smartphones and tablets into work, Android device makers are building products and partnerships to secure them, and now Samsung is joining the fray.

  • News: iOS 5 Meets the Enterprise

    Get ready, CIOs! Apple unleashed iOS 5 today, which means employees using iPhones and iPads will be bringing the new operating system to work as soon as tomorrow. The good news is that iOS 5 has plenty of benefits for the enterprise.

  • News: NASA CTO says help desks will soon be thing of past

    As far as NASA's IT CTO is concerned, mobile technology and public and private cloud infrastructures will soon make help desks as we know them pointless.

  • News: IBM refines cloud offerings

    IBM has expanded its SmartCloud services, giving customers more tools to migrate their existing processes and data onto IBM's PaaS (platform-as-a-service) offerings, or to set up their own private clouds.

  • News: Mozilla sets its site on mobile standardization

    After helping pave the way for platform independent websites and applications, the Mozilla Foundation has set a new, and ambitious, task for itself to standardize mobile applications on the Web platform as well, according to a talk given by its chief technology officer.

  • News: iOS 5 upgrade error reports flood Apple's support forum

    Reports of problems with the iOS 5 upgrade flooded Apple's support forum today soon after Apple released the new mobile operating system.

  • News: Up close with iOS 5: Notification improvements

    It took some time for push notifications to arrive on the iOS platform; they didn’t become a feature until the June 2009 release of what was then called iPhone 3.0. And it’s fair to say that, up until now, the feature hasn’t really been worth the wait. Push alerts—those notifications that pop up to inform you when it’s your turn in Words With Friends, your spouses birthday, or that someone messaged you on Twitter—have gone from minor annoyance to constant interruption.

  • News: Farmer, aviation groups question LightSquared plan

    LightSquared's plan to build a mobile broadband network on spectrum next to the GPS band could create major problems for U.S. farmers and aviators, critics of the proposal told lawmakers Wednesday.

  • News: Google engineer slams Google+ as 'pathetic afterthought'

    A Google engineer has caused an online stir by posting a long rant on Google+ that slams Google and calls the company's new social network a 'pathetic afterthought.'

  • News: The BlackBerry Outage Spreads: A Nail in RIM's Coffin?

    Android and iPhone devices were already destroying RIM’s BlackBerry market share. But the outage that has spread from Europe and Africa to North America and South America may be the final straw for millions of formerly loyal users, who previously relied on their Blackberries as a robust and ultra-reliable way for always-on push email and Web access.

  • News: EBay unveils integrated app dev platform

    EBay has launched an application development platform called X.commerce that pulls in tools and functionality from a variety of its sites and products, including the eBay marketplace and PayPal, as well as from partners.

  • News: Microsoft climbs onto Hadoop bandwagon

    Microsoft Wednesday announced it will collaborate with Yahoo spin-off Hortonworks to develop a Apache Hadoop implementation for its Windows Server and Windows Azure platforms.

  • News: RIM says BlackBerry email delays continue worldwide

    BlackBerry email service delays continued globally on Wednesday, with BlackBerry Messenger instant messaging and Web browsing still down in many regions after three days.

  • News: Why… delays… in… video calls just might be good for you

    The next time you’re on a Google+ hangout or other video call, relish any computer- or network-based communications delays between you and the other participant. After all, such seemingly awkward and frustrating silences can actually enhance the conversation, according to research out of Ohio State University.

  • News: AMD's 8-core desktop chip puts it back in the race with Intel

    Advanced Micro Devices is looking to get back into the race with Intel with the introduction of its eight-core desktop chip and its new Bulldozer architecture.



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