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  • News: BlackBerry service returns but questions remain

    BlackBerry consumer users can once again send emails and messages after services across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa were restored to users across at just before 6am BST.

  • News: Quark offering special QuarkXPress 9 upgrade scheme

    Users of version 7 of QuarkXPress or older can upgrade to the latest edition, QuarkXPress 9, for the same price as a QuarkXPress 8 user for a limited time.

  • News: Study: Many websites 'leaking' personal info to other firms

    Many top websites share their visitors' names, usernames or other personal information with their partners without telling users and, in some cases, without knowing they're doing it, according to a new study from Stanford University.

  • News: Xirrus revamps its Wi-Fi arrays for the enterprise

    Xirrus has revamped its Wi-Fi arrays, making the cake-like housing thinner, adding optional modular 450Mbps 802.11n radios, beefing up the on-board network processors, and boosting range and signal quality with a new directional antenna design.

  • News: JetBlue supports iPhone -- as long as it's the employee's device

    Over the past several years, JetBlue has transformed itself from a traditional IT infrastructure with multiple data centers run by its employees to an almost completely outsourced model with virtual everything, from desktops to servers.

  • News: Nexus Prime smartphone, Android 4.0 delayed over patent dispute?

    Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin asserted today that the Samsung Nexus Prime smartphone and Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, are "under question" over patent disputes.

  • News: FairSearch.org urges AGs to tackle Google over antitrust

    FairSearch.org, a coalition of companies critical of Google's business practices, is urging all 50 U.S. state attorneys general to investigate the search giant over possible antitrust violations.

  • News: Hong Kong student denies copying Jobs tribute design

    Jonathan Mak, the designer whose tribute to Steve Jobs became an internet sensation, has denied copying the work of another artist.

  • News: BlackBerry outage totally unexplained

    RIM has failed to make public the cause of yesterday's huge BlackBerry outage, which hit many small businesses and consumers who rely on the service.

  • News: Respiratory failure listed as Steve Jobs' cause of death

    Steve Jobs died of respiratory failure caused by the spread of a metastatic pancreas neuroendocrine tumour, according to his death certificate.

  • News: 5 cloud security companies to watch

    Security is one of the major impediments to enterprises moving their resources into the cloud. So, it's not surprising that numerous cloud security companies are springing up, attempting to address specific cloud security issues, like protecting virtual machines or encrypting data in motion.

  • News: Microsoft pans Chrome, Firefox security

    Microsoft today launched a website that cranks out security scores for the various editions of its own Internet Explorer (IE) as well as browsers built by rivals Google and Mozilla.

  • News: Apple releases iTunes 10.5

    The iOS 5 pieces are beginning to fall into place. Just a day before Apple's scheduled release of iOS 5 to the masses, the company rolled out iTunes 10.5, which customers will need to install before they can upgrade their iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads on Wednesday.

  • News: 4 essential cloud security tips

    More and more enterprise IT shops - as they get comfortable with virtualization practices in their own private clouds - are considering a jump to the public cloud. But before making that leap, consider these pieces of advice from those that have already jumped.

  • News: AT&T Unveils Five Android Phones at CTIA 2011

    On the eve of the CTIA 2011 show in San Diego, AT&T announced its fall line-up of Android phones. The carrier did not announce any exact release dates for the phones nor did it reveal pricing. From looking at the specs, however, it seems that most of these phones will fall into the growing category of inexpensive Android phones.

  • News: Vodafone slashes iPhone 4S prices

    Vodafone has lowered its upfront prices for an iPhone 4S, with prices slashed by as much as £120.

  • News: 8 ways to become a cloud security expert

    Information about how to securely navigate in the public clouds is, well, cloudy. We asked enterprise IT folks and IT consultants what resources they turned to get educated on this particular topic. The responses can loosely be broken down into three categories: niche conferences; big conferences, and authoritative voices accessible on the Internet.

  • News: Adobe Gives a Sneak Peek of Photoshop Motion Blur Correction

    Don’t you hate it when you have the perfect shot lined up and then your hands shake just the tiniest bit at the very last second before the shutter closes? Your picture ends up look messy and out of focus. Adobe says "no more" to blurred shots, as it’s putting together a Photoshop feature that will correct for motion blur.

  • News: Kenya expects increased investment with reduced spectrum fees

    With its recent move to reduce spectrum fees, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) is expecting increased investment in underserved areas and lower costs to the consumer.

  • News: IT Outsourcing Survey: Provider Profits Shrink, Growth Slows in India

    Established IT outsourcers are getting squeezed at both ends of the competitive spectrum. According to the annual offshore outsourcing survey conducted by Duke University's Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and PwC, incumbent India-based and U.S. IT service providers are under pressure from outsourcing upstarts in other countries that are stealing market share from them and from existing clients demanding price reductions.



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