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  • News: Carbonite launches bare metal backups, file versioning

    Carbonite has announced upgrades to its online backup and restore service that include full OS and application backups, as well as the ability to mirror data to an external drive. The service allows users to perform a full metal restore from the external drive or a CD.

  • News: Why Today's CIO Must Foster IT Agility

    Dell CIO Robin Johnson explains how a company's lack of agility, the inability of its IT infrastructure to quickly incorporate a new business process that would give it a competitive edge, can be costly. Johnson explains why the price of this lack of agility, what he refers to as the agility tax, is too high to pay.

  • News: Bing app ships for iPhone, Android - not Windows Phone

    Microsoft has rolled out a new mobile app for Bing built with HTML5 and available first only to iPhone and Android users. It may be another indication that Microsoft is turning its attention away from its home-baked development platforms .Net and Silverlight and toward the industry-standard HTML5.

  • News: Supreme Court set to hear landmark GPS tracking case

    The U.S. Supreme Court next week will begin hearing arguments in a landmark case involving the government's authority to use GPS tracking devices in criminal investigations without first obtaining a court order.

  • News: HDS to release converged computing platform for SAP

    Hitachi Data Systems plans to release its latest flavor of Converged Platform data center offerings aimed at analyzing massive amounts of data in SAP environments.

  • News: Hospital electronic records adoption jumps, but still low

    Hospitals that are prepared to adopt electronic medical records and achieve the government's "meaningful use" criteria have increased significantly, from 25% to 41%, according to new research.

  • News: Siri, When Will Apple Launch its iTunes Match Music Service?

    In a rare twist, Apple missed a self-imposed deadline to launch iTunes Match, an ambitious service that mirrors your iTunes music library in the cloud. The company said on October 4, during the iPhone 4S launch event, that iTunes Match would be available by the end of October, yet two days after the deadline, the service is nowhere to be found.

  • News: Facebook's Timeline, Still M.I.A. for Most Users

    Six weeks after announcing Timeline, Facebook fans are still waiting for the social network to roll out its new profile layout that helps you organize and surface your past Facebook activity. CEO Mark Zuckerberg called Timeline "the story of your life" and a "new way to express who you are" during an Apple-inspired keynote presentation at Facebook's F8 developer conference in September. At the time, Facebook said Timeline, which will replace the current user Profile view, would be available in a "few weeks," but over a month and a half (and one lawsuit later) users are still waiting.

  • News: Google fouls up Gmail iPhone app

    Google had better hope you get more than one shot to make a good first impression. That's because the shiny new Gmail app rolled out for the iPhone and iPad Wednesday contained a pretty serious bug that Google acknowledged broke notifications and "caused users to see an error message when first opening the app."

  • News: Software lets mobile devices use corporate printers

    A new client-server application lets most mobile devices now wirelessly use corporate printers, without having to make changes to smartphones or tablets, or to the printers.

  • News: TI conservative on quad-core chips for mobile devices

    Concern about how well quad-core processors will work in mobile devices like smartphones and tablets means that Texas Instruments will focus on releasing chips with dual-core ARM processors for these applications, a company executive said this week.

  • News: Informatica rolls out data parser for Hadoop

    Informatica has strengthened its hand in the burgeoning market for Hadoop, the open-source programming framework for large-scale data processing, unveiling a new data parser on Wednesday that can transform piles of unstructured information into a more structured form for use in running Hadoop jobs.

  • News: Yahoo finally ships Livestand iPad app

    Yahoo Wednesday launched several applications for the iPad, including Livestand, a "digital newsstand" it announced in February that was supposed to ship in the first half of the year.

  • News: India Exempts Its Outsourcers from New Privacy Rules

    India's outsourcing industry breathes a sigh of relief as the government exempts it from strict new data protection rules.

  • News: Google 'messed up,' yanks Gmail app for iPhone, iPad

    Just minutes after launching its first native Gmail app for Apple's iPhone and iPad, Google pulled the program, saying it had "messed up" by issuing a flawed version.

  • News: Google releases, pulls Gmail iOS app

    Now you see Gmail for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad; now you don't.

  • News: GE Healthcare targets faster document processing by cutting customisation

    GE Healthcare is aiming to more than halve the time it takes to process documents by implementing a less customised version of EMC’s enterprise content management (ECM) solution Documentum.

  • News: LightSquared will be a 'dumb pipe,' CEO says

    Satellite-LTE carrier LightSquared will be "the dumbest broadband wireless pipe," CEO Sanjiv Ahuja told a conference on Wednesday, warmly embracing a role that traditional mobile operators have rejected in varying degrees.

  • News: Toyota expects to offer health care robots in 2013

    Toyota Motor Corp. is bringing high tech to health care, as it works on a family of robots geared to lift patients and help the paralyzed walk.

  • News: Small businesses stuck in IT dark age claims Intel report

    A shortage of money, combined with a lack of technical expertise, is keeping half of small businesses in a technology “dark age”, according to a large survey.



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