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  • News: Android, iPhone still top U.S. smartphones, Nielsen says

    Android again was the dominant mobile operating system among U.S. mobile subscribers in the third quarter, while Apple was still the largest smartphone maker, Nielsen reports.

  • News: Crazy popular Google I/O conference stretched to 3 days, moved to June

    Google has announced that its increasingly popular Google I/O conference, which this year sold out in 59 minutes, will be stretched from two days to three and moved from May to June in 2012.

  • News: 4 steps retailers can take to combat flash robs

    As the start of holiday shopping season kicks off, retailers know they will no doubt deal with inevitable amounts of theft this year, particularly in a difficult economy. But this season, news of a phenomenon known as flash robbing is putting a new twist on smash-and-grab tactics.

  • News: Alfred launcher app hits version 1.0

    Eat your heart out, Bruce Wayne: Now everybody can have their very own Alfred. The folks at Running with Crayons have officially released version 1.0 of their launcher utility.

  • News: Customer sues Epicor after ERP software project attempt ends in 'big mess'

    A would-be Epicor customer is taking the ERP (enterprise resource planning) vendor to court over a "big mess" of a software project that it says ended up battering its bottom line instead of improving operations.

  • News: Hackers launch millions of Java exploits, says Microsoft

    Hackers continue to launch attacks exploiting vulnerabilities in Oracle's Java software in record numbers, Microsoft said.

  • News: Nokia Siemens to sell WiMax business to NewNet

    Nokia Siemens Networks plans to sell its WiMax infrastructure business to NewNet Communication Technologies for an undisclosed sum.

  • News: HP announces enterprise-class deduplication appliance

    Hewlett-Packard today announced its first enterprise-class deduplication appliance that's capable of storing up to 768 TB in a single chassis.

  • News: AT&T may sell off T-Mobile assets to gain approval for $39B merger

    AT&T could be negotiating to sell off as much as 40% of T-Mobile USA assets in an effort to to garner Department of Justice approval of its imperiled $39 billion acquisition of the Deutsche Telekom unit.

  • News: Facebook may aim for 2012 IPO and $100B value

    Facebook executives reportedly are looking to take the company public this coming spring with an eye on valuing the social network at more than $100 billion.

  • News: Tech arguments: then and now

    While standing around the water cooler in the IT department, perhaps you debate with a coworker about whether LinkedIn is better than Facebook. Or you argue with an end user about whether they can use their own device on the corporate network or can only use what is provided by the company.

  • News: Cisco, Juniper, Check Point, Palo Alto among firms in security contest

    In the security popularity contest of the moment, Cisco and Juniper are down and Palo Alto Networks and Check Point are up when it comes to network firewalls, according to one research firm.

  • News: Facebook settles FTC privacy complaints

    Facebook has agreed to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission charges that it deceived consumers "on numerous occasions" by telling them they could keep their personal information private, then repeatedly sharing that information, the agency said Tuesday.

  • News: EU calls for 'one-stop-shop' for data protection rules

    The European Union's Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has said that data-protection authorities in the EU must have greater powers to enforce privacy rules across the 27 member states.

  • News: Microsoft: Office 365 a hit, especially with small businesses

    Office 365, Microsoft's cloud collaboration and communication suite for organizations, is selling eight times faster than its predecessor, the Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) and has been particularly successful among small businesses, which make up over 90 percent of its customer base, the company announced on Tuesday.

  • News: Peter Hain, former Northern Ireland minister, warned on computer hack

    Police have reportedly warned former Northern Ireland secretary Peter Hain that his computer may have been hacked.

  • News: RIM Plays to Its Strengths With BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Management Package

    RIM is leveraging its (relatively) strong reputation for mobile security with the upcoming BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, a mobile device management platform with a twist. BlackBerry Mobile Fusion will cover BlackBerrys and PlayBook tablets, and it will also support competing mobile OSes, including Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

  • News: BlackBerry Mobile Fusion: What to Know About the Android Management Software

    BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) today announced a brand new set of enterprise mobility tools, called BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, which are designed to help IT manage not just BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, but mobile devices running Apple's iOS and Google's Android OS, via a single, Web-based interface from RIM.

  • News: Apple yanks iPhone tethering app from App Store

    Apple has removed a tethering app for the iPhone that let users share the smartphone's cellular connection to the Internet with a Mac or Windows notebook.

  • News: The cloud security checklist

    Whether you're a small business relying on Google Docs for document sharing or an enterprise moving your global ERP system to the cloud, you should demand that some common security and compliance requirements are met by vendors providing applications and services over the Web. These requirements involve who can access your applications and data, as well as the systems hosting them; where the data is stored; and whether the data is hosted on dedicated, rather than on shared, hardware. They also ensure that you get detailed logs of who has accessed your data and applications so that you meet corporate and regulatory standards, and they verify that data is properly encrypted -- a factor that's more critical outside the corporate firewall.



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