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  • News: SAP UK users to have much more influence on product development

    The UK & Ireland SAP User Group has begun participating in key elements of the supplier’s Customer Connection programme, allowing businesses and public sector organisations to have a real influence in product development.

  • News: Intel investigating Arizona fire that left 13 injured

    Intel said on Wednesday it is investigating a fire at the company's manufacturing facilities in Chandler, Arizona, that left 13 people injured.

  • News: Taiwan's ITRI develops e-paper technology

    Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), one of the world's largest R&D organizations, has developed e-paper technology which it expects to be used mainly as easily updated signage and posters in shops and other public areas.

  • News: Google discusses search rankings, blocks

    Warm mangos, Pandas and Alan Greenspan: these were among the wide range of topics that came up during the characteristically humorous keynote by Google’s Matt Cutts at the end of the first day of the Search Marketing Expo in Seattle.

  • News: AR.Drone helicopter controlled from Android, bada, Symbian

    Parrot's AR.Drone helicopter will be controlled from Android, bada and Symbian devices, the company announced at E3 in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

  • News: Why You Can't Print Counterfeit Money on a Colour Laser

    Could you print counterfeit money, certificates, or other official documents on a color laser or LED printer? Some current printer models are indeed capable of creating reasonable facsimiles. The authorities, however, have already taken steps to thwart such activity.

  • News: iOS 5: What you need to know

    When Apple senior vice president Scott Forstall took the wraps off iOS 5 at Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, he focused on ten of what he said were more than 200 new features in the next incarnation of Apple's mobile operating system.

  • News: Don't 'over think' social media strategy

    It may be tough to convince CEOs and the board the value of social media, but marketing and IT staff shouldn’t spend too much time planning or risk "over thinking" the strategy and losing ground.

  • News: Greenpeace Campaign Makes Online Trouble

    If you believe Greenpeace, Barbie and Ken are the latest couple to air their differences online.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook landing down under on 20 June

    Research in Motion (RIM) has today announced that its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will launch in Australia on Monday 20 June, and will start at $579.

  • News: Sony's PlayStation Network (PSN) restored

    Sony’s PlayStation Network (PSN) is back up and running for Australian users, according to the Japanese gaming giant.

  • News: The Wii U and You

    The Nintendo Wii's meteoric rise to power has all the makings of a made-for-TV movie. The underpowered underdog ("two Gamecubes duct-taped together!") barreled to the head of the class, delivering a fresh, innovative gaming experience and capturing the hearts of the masses.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook Gets Fresh Facebook App

    A BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet OS update released this morning brings a freshened Facebook app, the ability to make in-app purchases and other minor improvements, but no Android emulator or native e-mail app. The free 312MB update (version 1.0.5.3204) is available via the PlayBook settings menu now, and will be available in the BlackBerry AppWorld app store as well.

  • News: Jumsoft releases Pages templates for iPhone

    Creating attractive documents on your Apple mobile device just got easier. Only days after Apple announced iWork for iPhone, Lithuania-based company Jumsoft has released its Inspiration Set for iOS app. The app includes 55 iPhone compatible templates for Pages.

  • News: Hands-On: Twisted Metal is Back

    You know Twisted Metal. It's been a few years, sure. But set that controller in your hand, and it's like riding a bicycle: Left foot, right foot, missile meets face.

  • News: Security Firm Issues Alert on Facebook Facial Recognition

    If you're worried about certain pictures of yourself on Facebook, now's the time to delete them. Security firm Sophos issued a warning on Tuesday saying the social networking site had enabled facial recognition technology on accounts without informing users of the change.

  • News: Apple releases iBooks 1.3 update

    Apple released an update to its iBooks iOS app today. Version 1.3 of iBooks adds a couple of new features, including a read-aloud feature for some children's books.

  • News: What Is the Wii U? (cont.)

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • News: What is the Wii U?

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • News: Oracle fixes 17 bugs in Java security update

    Oracle has issued an update to Java SE that fixes a number of critical bugs in the widely used Internet software.



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