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  • News: Are certifications less crucial for healthcare IT jobs?

    Timothy Stettheimer, CIO for St. Vincent's Health System in Birmingham, Ala., has more confidence in IT certifications than referrals and in-person interviews when it comes to hiring.

  • News: Sysadmin contest winner to star in movie

    IT specialist Mike Mahan is trading his syslogs for a script. He's headed to Hollywood to film a YouTube-length movie in which he'll play the role of the sysadmin hero.

  • News: Surveys find Apple most admired, most satisfying company

    Apple, riding continued high demand for its Mac computers and iPad tablets, has topped rivals in two new surveys of customer satisfaction.

  • News: Cisco and Microsoft cooperate to bring network-layer management to Hyper-V

    Windows Server 8 looks promising enough that Cisco it is queuing up two new products designed to extend its network controls to Hyper-V virtual environments when Microsoft releases Windows Server 8 sometime next year.

  • News: Samsung Windows 8 Tablets Surface on eBay

    If you're dying to get your hands on a Windows 8 tablet, right now for $2,000 or more on eBay you can pick up several Samsung Series 7 700T tablets running Windows 8. The one-panel slate was handed out for free to all 5,000 developers who attended Microsoft's recent BUILD conference.

  • News: Facebook to Court Small Business with Free Advertising

    Facebook is set to unveil an ambitious plan to attract more small businesses to set up shop on the social network. It plans to offer $50 in free advertising to as many as 200,000 small businesses to demonstrate the power of marketing on Facebook.

  • News: Stock awards, bonuses add up to big pay packages for CIOs

    Not all IT pros are feeling a compensation crunch. In the highest echelons at some of the largest public companies in the U.S., CIOs and senior IT leader are making millions. Just how much? Enough to rank among a company's most highly paid executives and enjoy perks such as company cars, financial planning services, and access to the corporate jet.

  • News: 'See What You Print' Concept Printer Unveiled

    The future of printers doesn't have to be boring, at least in the eyes of design firm Artefact. The group's concept printer, dubbed "See What You Print," aims to "bring the printer to the 21st century, by stripping it down of its cumbersomeness."

  • News: GetGlue adds Leaderboards, improves Conversations

    The entertainment-oriented social-networking site, GetGlue, has been allowing users to check-in and talk about their favorite (or least favorite) movies, TV shows, books, video games, and sports teams since 2009. On Tuesday, an update to the website and iPhone app will allow users to easily filter through the chatter to find the most interesting comments about their favorite shows, as well as compete with their friends to see who has seen the most episodes of Wheel of Fortune.

  • News: Zen Pinball Coming to 3DS

    Zen Studios, masters of the virtual pinball art, are bringing their talents to Nintendo's handheld this fall.

  • News: Apple starts to fine-cut Final Cut Pro X

    If you've been skeptical, suspicious, or cynical over Apple's ground-up rewrite of Final Cut Pro, Tuesday's 10.0.1 update may well spur you to give the software another shot: The company has not only restored several much-needed features for professionals, it's also offering wary non-linear editors a free 30-day trial and a PDF booklet to help transition from Final Cut Studio.

  • News: Wall Street Journal Social on Facebook: A First Look

    The Wall Street Journal has unveiled WSJ Social Beta, a new way to consume news on Facebook. The effort from the News Corp. paper provides users full access to Journal articles within the walls of Facebook, along with the Journal's own advertising. The basic idea of WSJ Social is to create a curated news experience where you read articles recommended by others, as well as provide an easy way to read and share news with your friends. The effort also appears to fall in line with Facebook's rumored strategy of including more original content such as music and video within the site. The social network's original content plans are expected to be unveiled Thursday during the company's F8 developer conference.

  • News: 'Day One' Assassin's Creed Revelations to Include Original

    Ubisoft has announced that "day one" copies of the PS3 version of Assassin's Creed Revelations will include the original Assassin's Creed for free.

  • News: Tetris is Back Again, This Time on 3DS

    Unsurprisingly, Nintendo's latest handheld is set to receive its own special version of Tetris, featuring more game modes than ever before.

  • News: Benefit Evil: Killing Zombies for the Kids

    From October 7-9, the Benefit Evil team will be holding a Resident Evil marathon in aid of popular charity Child's Play.

  • News: Call of Duty Elite Beta Now Available for PS3 Users

    While Xbox 360 users have enjoyed the beta for two months now, PS3 users can now take part in the Call of Duty Elite beta. Starting today, the service will be "activated in stages" and offers a premium membership as well.

  • News: Capita bags Vertex private sector operations

    Capita has snapped up the private sector operations of call centre and customer management outsourcer Vertex for £40.5 million cash.

  • News: Lib Dems back repeal of the Digital Economy Act

    The Liberal Democrats have pledged to repeal "damaging parts" of the Digital Economy Act.

  • News: Logitech Harmony Link turns iPad into universal remote

    Wishing you could use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch as a universal remote control in the living room? On Tuesday Logitech announced the Harmony Link, a $100 device that sits next to your TV, communicates with your iOS device via Wi-Fi, and can control up to eight pieces of hardware--TVs, DVRs, Blu-ray players, AV receivers, media streamers, and so on--using a custom app.

  • News: Data protection fears undermine corporate donation of IT

    Data protection concerns are preventing many UK companies from disposing of their working computers by sending them for reuse, a new survey from charity Computer Aid International has revealed.



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