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  • News: Pirates tap BI tools to forecast, boost attendance

    After 19 consecutive losing seasons, the Pittsburgh Pirates need a little extra help finding fans to buy tickets for seats at PNC Park.

  • News: Facebook's Frictionless Sharing: A Privacy Guide

    Should you be concerned about your privacy on Facebook's recently announced "frictionless sharing" plan that lets online sites and services automatically share your activity with your Facebook friends?

  • News: Spotify removes listening time limits for new users

    Music streaming service Spotify has removed the restrictions on listening time for its new users to its free service.

  • News: Will iPad soon be affordable even for cheapskates?

    A report that Apple is slashing Q4 iPad 2 orders with manufacturers has set off speculation that demand is falling and that price cuts on the market-leading tablet computer could be in the offing.

  • News: Interview with BurstPoint CFO Terenzio Volpicelli

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  • News: Dead Sea Scrolls Post in Time for Rosh Hashanah

    After spending centuries hidden in caves where they were accessible to no one, and decades on display in a Jerusalem museum where they were viewed by the few, the Dead Sea Scrolls arrived on the Internet today, where they can be seen by everyone.

  • News: New Mac malware variant surfaces, poses as PDF

    Mac malware, while not nearly as widespread as the Windows variety, does occasionally appear. Earlier this year we had Mac Defender. Now security research firm F-Secure has announced the discovery of another up-and-coming Trojan horse.

  • News: Samsung and Apple clash in Dutch court

    The legal battle between Apple and Samsung continued on Monday in a district court hearing in The Hague, Netherlands, during which the two companies argued the merits of four Samsung patents.

  • News: How and where to get feedback on your photos

    The great folly of expensive cameras is that they don’t take amazing pictures by themselves. Naturally, new photographers will want to hone their craft to translate their creative vision though the lens. But after combing through the instruction manual, the only way to tap into your inner artistic genius is practice, practice, practice. Getting constructive feedback from strangers and professionals is a great way to take your photo composition techniques to the next level, and the Internet is chock full of places where strangers enthusiastically give their (free!) opinion. While sometimes you get what you pay for, the right kind of critique can really give you insight. Here’s a guide on where to go to get constructive criticism on your new camera’s snapshots, and how to play nice with others seeking the same.

  • News: Keep your Mac safe from Web security flaws

    This year there have been numerous reports suggesting that the fundamental security infrastructure of the Web is on shaky ground. In March we heard about a collection of stolen security certificates, and in August the release of more than 500 improperly issued certificates came to light.

  • News: iPhone 5: Apple staff told to cancel holidays

    Staff at Apple UK have been told to cancel their holiday plans for the first two weeks of October, it has been claimed.

  • News: A Day in the Woods: Red Riding Hood and Puzzles

    Tired of endlessly staring at Bejeweled Blitz with dead, joyless glazed-over eyes? Then why not try a new puzzler that offers something a little bit different?

  • News: Amazon, Barnes & Noble Tablets should be Holiday Stars

    Apple's popular iPad -- the undisputed champ of tablets with nearly three-quarters of the market -- may soon have some serious competition from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

  • News: Apply Finder labels from the keyboard

    The Finder lets you apply different color labels to your files and folders, using the File -> Label control. But there's no way to apply those labels from your keyboard, right? Wrong! Hints reader gabester discovered that indeed there is a way, if you're willing to work for it up front. Here's how:

  • News: Intel's MIC processor finds a big customer in Texas

    Intel's forthcoming MIC processor will be used by the Texas Advanced Computing Center to build a supercomputer with a peak performance of 10 petaflops that will eventually be upgraded to "at least" 15 petaflops.

  • News: PC Arkham City will be 'Worth the Wait,' Says Director

    Speaking at the Eurogamer Expo this weekend, Arkham City game director Sefton Hill assured PC gamers that the delay to their version of the game would be worth it.

  • News: IT gets energized with budget upticks

    This past summer, many members of the IT staff at Daymon Worldwide took a well-deserved break. For two years, there had been no time off, as IT was fully engaged with a master data management initiative, with the goal of creating a definitive source of operational data that provides all employees with accurate information in real time.

  • News: Extreme's Wi-Fi wallplates speed 802.11n expansion, performance

    A Wi-Fi wallplate from Extreme Networks promises a simple way to expand 802.11n deployments, with plenty of power to reach battery-operated wireless tablets and smartphones.

  • News: Juggling IT's social media roles

    When a late arrival thought he'd catch up on the buzz at a recent conference of CIOs, he logged in to Twitter. What he found -- or rather, didn't find -- amazed him.

  • News: Getting IT reorgs right

    For a lot of enterprises, frequent IT reorganizations are a fact of life. Revamping hardware, applications, processes and staff has become a hallmark of the technology function at some organizations.



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