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  • News: 9/11: Stranded on a Ship with 100 CIOs

    My 9/11 experience was spent in the company of nearly 100 CIOs, stranded and cut off from most communication aboard a cruise ship that had left NY Harbor on the evening of 9/9. The occasion was a CIO conference run by a British company, set aboard a Norwegian-based cruise liner.

  • News: PopCap Slashes Prices for App Store Sale

    Plants vs. Zombies received a beefy update yesterday, bringing nine new mini-games to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Now, PopCap is throwing a sale throughout their catalog.

  • News: IDC: Embedded systems market to double by 2015

    The market for embedded computer systems, which already generates more than US$1 trillion in revenue annually, will double in size over the next four years, according to a report about to be released by research company IDC.

  • News: Free Kirby Mass Attack Demo on Nintendo Channel

    Can you remember the last time you checked the Nintendo Channel on your Wii? Me either. As it turns out, you can get your hands on a free demo version of Kirby Mass Attack for your reliable DS or fancy, futuristic 3DS. The game, which features a massive hoard of Kirbys seeking a way to return to their original, single-puffball form, won't be out until September 16th.

  • News: Uncharted 3 Gets A Sandy Makeover

    The Arabian desert is a vast, sandy wilderness spanning eight countries and occupying most of the Arabian peninsula. It's also serves as the central setting for Naughty Dog's upcoming sequel Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. The treasure-hunting, Indiana Jones and his archeological exploits-inspired title sees protagonist Nathan Drake and his mentor Victor Sullivan traveling around the world in search of the Iram of the Pilars -- a legendary lost city on the Arabian Peninsula, considered by some to be the "Atlantis of the Sands."

  • News: SAP to plead guilty to DOJ criminal charges

    Former SAP subsidiary TomorrowNow will plead guilty to criminal charges of copyright infringement for downloading software from Oracle's servers.

  • News: San Diego blackout highlights infrastructure vulnerabilities

    Thursday's massive power outage across parts of Arizona and southern California serves as another reminder of the vulnerabilities in the nation's power infrastructure.

  • News: Microsoft spruces up HTML capabilities in Visual Studio

    Greater use of data- and model-binding capabilities in ASP.Net also promised for vNext IDE

  • News: Flash Server update brings iOS support, eases tensions

    Since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, Apple and Adobe have been engaged in a cold war over the future of Flash on the iOS platform, a conflict that has occasionally warmed as the companies and their employees traded barbs. And so, while Friday's release of Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5--which can stream content to iOS devices--could be construed as a step towards détente, it doesn't yet mark the tearing down of the wall.

  • News: How to: Choosing the right colocation provider

    With a plethora of private data centres available and a remarkable number currently being built, it is an opportune time for businesses needing to expand their data capacity to take a closer look at what is on offer.

  • News: AT&T: DOJ's opposition to merger hurts consumers

    The U.S. Department of Justice would "severely set back growth and competition" in the U.S. mobile telecom market if its efforts to block the acquisition of T-Mobile USA by AT&T are successful, AT&T said in court documents filed Friday.

  • News: Dell fixing Alienware M11x laptops with broken hinges

    Dell has acknowledged the problem of broken hinges on some Alienware M11x laptops and is asking customers with the issue to contact the company for a resolution.

  • News: What Facebook Ruling Means for Social Media at Your Company

    It has been widely accepted by both employees and organizations that what you say on a social media network about a company where you're working could get you fired. A recent decision by a judge in New York may have changed all that after he ordered five people who were fired over comments on Facebook to go back to work.

  • News: Online seller of counterfeit credit cards gets prison time

    An Indiana man who manufactured counterfeit credit cards and sold them online was sentenced Friday to 14 years in prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

  • News: Google buys Zagat, targets Groupon, Facebook

    With Zagat's restaurant reviewing operation now in its arsenal, Google is in a position to radically change the daily deals market.

  • News: Ambrosia releases Soundboard for iPad

    Now you don't need a Mac to play crazy sound effects. Ambrosia Software's Soundboard app, already a Mac app that lets you assign sound effects to each key on your keyboard, has arrived on the App Store as a $20 iPad app.

  • News: Credit card forger sentenced to 14 years

    A man who sold phony credit cards online was sentenced to 14 years in prison and must pay more than $3 million after pleading guilty to wire fraud and identity theft.

  • News: Security roundup: How did 9/11 change IT?; Microsoft premature patching; HIPAA gets nasty

    The 10th anniversary of the infamous Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America is prompting reflection on those who died on that day of mass murder, and what changed in our society because of it.

  • News: Microsoft to overhaul Hotmail

    Microsoft will unveil next month a major revamping of its Hotmail webmail service, with upgrades across the board, including in areas like spam, security and performance.

  • News: Dish, LightSquared place long 4G bets

    LightSquared's and Dish Network's proposals to use satellite spectrum for 4G networks aren't necessarily competing for FCC approval, but either one could make the U.S. mobile broadband business more competitive if it clears significant hurdles.



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