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  • News: IT pros staying put, expecting raises

    There's cause for contentment among IT pros, many of whom are staying put at their current jobs due to a combination of lingering economic concerns and improving conditions at work.

  • News: BAA reaps rewards of centralised data management with EMC

    BAA, the airport operator that owns Heathrow, has revealed how the implementation of a centralised data management tool has helped it save millions of pounds.

  • News: Amazon adds app for easier two-factor authentication

    Amazon Web Services has added the option to use applications to create codes for its Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) service, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: iTunes Match appears on Apple TVs, service still MIA

    Apple’s iTunes Match cloud-music feature seems to be inching closer to release: An option to enable the feature has now appeared on the second-generation Apple TV—this despite Apple having missed its goal of launching iTunes Match by the end of October.

  • News: Amazon Prime Book Lending: Your FAQs Answered

    Amazon Prime subscribers can now read more than 5,000 Kindle e-book titles for free thanks to a new service called Kindle Owners' Lending Library, but only if you own a Kindle device. The new Prime feature lets you borrow one book per month and read it on your Kindle device for as long as you want with no specific due date when your access to the book expires. Amazon lending library books cannot be read using Amazon's smartphone apps.

  • News: Jawbone Wristband, App Track Your Total Health

    Jawbone, the company best known for its Bluetooth headsets, has released a wristband and accompanying app that tracks your sleep, diet and exercise habits, and even nudges you to do something about it.

  • News: Motorola Xoom 2 Brings Better Specs, Slighter Build

    Motorola plans to release a follow-up to its Xoom Android tablet in November, but only in the United Kingdom and Ireland for now.

  • News: Simulated cyberattack unites EU and US security experts

    Almost 100 computer experts from 16 European countries jointly battled to hold off serious cyber attacks on the European Union’s security agencies and power plants as part of a simulated exercise on Thursday.

  • News: Romanian eBay hacker and prosecutor both unhappy with appeal ruling

    Romanian eBay hacker Vlad Duiculescu, known online as "Vladuz," lost the appeal to get his three-year suspended prison sentence reduced on Tuesday. The court also dismissed the appeal lodged by prosecutors regarding the hacker's acquittal on organized crime charges.

  • News: US report warns of Russia, China cyber spying

    The U.S. can expect more aggressive efforts from countries such as Russia and China to collect information through cyberespionage in areas such as pharmaceuticals, defense and manufacturing, according to a new government report released Thursday.

  • News: Oracle, Google again fail to settle Android lawsuit

    Oracle and Google held another settlement conference on Wednesday in their ongoing lawsuit over alleged Java intellectual-property violations in the Android mobile OS, but failed to reach an agreement, according to a filing in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • News: 5 office suites for Android phones

    If you're stuck in a long line, in a waiting room or on the train with time to kill, you can do something more productive on your smartphone besides going through your social-networking sites or catapulting cartoon birds. Why not catch up on office work?

  • News: Norton: 'data loss biggest threat to phones, tablets'

    Norton this week announced the launch of two new products in its Android security portfolio: Norton Tablet Security, and an updated version of Norton Mobile Security.

  • News: Want to Play Skyrim Early? Bethesda's Working On It

    One global Steam release timeframe to rule them all, that may be what Skyrim publisher/developer Bethesda Softworks is pulling together for the roleplaying epic's release late next week. What that would entail, for those of you on the West Coast: the option to play the game early, on November 10.

  • News: Holiday shopping with personal devices at work could pose security risk

    Workers plan to do more online holiday shopping this year while on the job, with many using their own smartphones and tablets. That's got IT managers worried, a survey shows. Insider (registration required)

  • News: Speech Recognition Through the Decades: How We Ended Up With Siri

    Looking back on the development of speech recognition technology is like watching a child grow up, progressing from the baby-talk level of recognizing single syllables, to building a vocabulary of thousands of words, to answering questions with quick, witty replies, as Apple's supersmart virtual assistant Siri does.

  • News: Cylindrical Mirror Brings 3D To The iPad

    How difficult is it to bring 3D to only 2D data? That's the question that a group of researchers from Ochanomizu University--an all female school--have come up with an answer to: not very difficult, all you need is a mirror.

  • News: Sprint Product Chief Touts Open Approach to Voice, Apps, NFC

    Hundreds of app and software developers gathered in Santa Clara, California, Tuesday to hear about the features that telecom carrier Sprint wants to see on the phones, tablets, and other devices that will connect to its network in the coming year.

  • News: Jawbone's $100 Up wristband tracks your steps and sleep

    Jawbone’s Up iPhone accessory now has a November 6 ship date, a $100 price tag, and a free iPhone app that help track your steps, sleep cycles, and more.

  • News: Duqu spreads using zero-day Word exploit, researchers warn

    The unsettling mystery of the would-be Stuxnet malware ‘Duqu’ has deepened with the discovery that it is spread using a zero-day exploit in a Microsoft Word document.



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