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  • News: Remains of the Day: Market forces

    Is Apple eyeing a flashy acquisition? Why not? It's already picked up an intern, and proved it's willing to meet advertisers halfway. The remainders for Tuesday, December 13, 2011 are a package deal.

  • News: Mobile Security Needed

    More Android owners see the need for security software than iOS owners, but more iOS owners are willing to pay for it. That's one of the takeaways from a joint survey we conducted together with Jefferies. In our joint survey, we polled 1410 readers of PCWorld and Macworld to get a feel for their preferences and attitudes regarding security software on their Macs and PCs, as well as their iOS and Android devices.

  • News: Online sales channel on the up and up: GfK

    Australian online sales are expected to continue growing, according to the GfK Group.

  • News: HP and Microsoft collaborate for solutions via the Cloud

    HP Enterprise Services and Microsoft have announced a global, four-year initiative to deliver Microsoft's communications and collaboration applications via global private and public Cloud services.

  • News: LightSquared proposes concessions on LTE

    LightSquared has submitted a significant new offer to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in its bid to use frequencies near the GPS band for a cellular data network.

  • News: Open Source Ecology: Can open source save the planet?

    Ambitious open source projects are nothing new. After all, the free software movement started with the GNU project -- the creation of free tools to build a free operating system -- which at one point many would have considered an impossible dream.

  • News: Aviation authority overhauls 'unreliable' comms system

    The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has flagged plans to replace its existing "unreliable" PABX-based systems with an internet protocol (IP) based voice communication system.

  • News: NSW Privacy Commissioner investigates USB key auction

    The lost property auction of more than 50 USB keys by RailCorp in Sydney has prompted an investigation by the NSW Privacy Commissioner into possible breaches of privacy laws around use and distribution of personal information.

  • News: Report: Google, Intel among Chinese hacker targets

    Cyberspies from China have hit 760 companies, research institutions, ISPs and government agencies over the past decade, according to a Bloomberg article published Tuesday.

  • News: ICT panels to be slashed to half

    The Federal Government will slash the number of its ICT panels as part of a plan to cut administrative overheads.

  • News: Hitachi-LG Data Storage execs plead guilty to price fixing

    Three executives at Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS) have agreed to plead guilty and serve prison time in the U.S. for their participation in a series of conspiracies to rig bids and fix the prices of optical disk drives sold to large computer makers, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday.

  • News: 10 Hot IT Jobs for Managers and Executives in 2012

    If you had to pick two words to describe how the market for management- and executive- level IT jobs is shaping up for 2012, you might channel Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David and say "pretty good. Pri-tay, pri-tay, pri-tay, pri-tay good."

  • News: Android blog buzz: Google prepping Siri killer dubbed Majel

    The Android blogosphere is abuzz that Google might have a Siri killer called Majel out by year-end.

  • News: SDN company helps build clouds

    Contextream, a developer of network virtualization software for cloud computing, this week announced the availability of Contextream Grid for cloud and managed hosting providers.

  • News: CA Technologies CEO: Doing what the customer needs

    As part of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, William McCracken, chief executive officer of CA Technologies, spoke at the recent CA World conference to IDGE Chief Content Officer John Gallant about how the concept of 'business service innovation' is driving CA's business. Insider (registration required)

  • News: Hitachi Unveils Laptop Hard Drive

    Due to a reporting error, the Computerworld (US) story, "Hitachi Unveils Laptop Hard Drive," posted Tuesday, incorrectly identified the Ultrastar C10K900 hard drive as a drive for laptops. It is a drive for servers and storage arrays in data centers. The headline and first and second grafs have been changed as follows:

  • News: Google streamlines API terms of service

    The move simplifies the terms and makes them more consistent across Google's API offerings

  • News: Microsoft scratches BEAST patch at last minute, but fixes Duqu bug

    Microsoft today issued 13 security updates, one less than expected, that patched 19 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorerr, Office, and Windows Media Player.

  • News: Industrial espionage gang sends malicious emails in security vendor's name

    A cybercrime gang that primarily targets companies from the chemical industry has launched a new series of attacks that involve malware-laden emails purporting to be from Symantec, the security vendor responsible for exposing its operation earlier this year.

  • News: CEA switches positions, now supports Internet sales tax

    The Consumer Electronics Association has switched its position on Internet sales taxes, with the huge trade group now supporting the collection of the tax.



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