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  • News: Lion to launch tomorrow - update

    New Mac OS and updated MacBook Airs to appear on Wednesday say sources

  • News: Apple shares at all-time high

    Investors pump up stock prices in advance of earnings announcement

  • News: LulzSec hacks Sun with 'Murdoch dead' message

    News International pulled down the main Times and Sun websites yesterday after a fake ‘Murdoch dead’ news story was been placed on the Sun website after a hack by Lulz Security.

  • News: Being Cheap Can Be Costly for Data Backups

    Do you back up your data? Nearly half of small businesses have learned the hard way why regular data backups are crucial, yet many still fail to backup critical data, or they cut corners to save a buck and find out it can be much more expensive to be cheap.

  • News: Intel agrees to buy networking chip company Fulcrum

    Intel is acquiring networking chip company Fulcrum Microsystems for an undisclosed amount in an effort to boost its networking offerings, Intel said Tuesday.

  • News: Yahoo and open source

    Yahoo is a well-known user of, and contributor to, open source projects. The company is most closely associated with Hadoop, and rightly so, as it is this open source project's biggest contributor. Last month, it sponsored the Hadoop Summit 2011, in which its internal Hadoop experts, and others, ran a collection of workshops on the distributed workload operating system. It even announced that Yahoo had collected some top Hadoop engineers and spun off a new company, Hortonworks. Hortonworks hopes to sell Hadoop consulting services to enterprises.

  • News: Google's Schmidt brushes off Android patent suits as 'legal fun'

    If Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is sweating the multiple patent suits being filed against Android vendors, he sure isn't showing it.

  • News: Kenya internet exchange point hits 1Gbps

    Kenya's Internet Exchange Point (KIXP) recorded its highest ever traffic exchange last Friday, at 1 gigabit per second. The exchange point is a set up where ISPs and major content providers in Kenya bring their equipment and links and exchange Internet traffic between each other for free.

  • News: Oracle girds VirtualBox for enterprise use

    Oracle has updated its open source VirtualBox virtualization software to make it more suitable for widescale enterprise deployments, the company announced Tuesday.

  • News: Google News Badges Can Change Your Company's Outreach

    Google released its new badges feature last week, which is supposed to encourage people to visit and share sites they find interesting via the Google+ social network, "which in turn will increase traffic to those sites," according to the official Google News Blog.

  • News: Pokemon Battles Go Real-Time on 3DS

    The newest Pokemon game promises real-time battles with dozens of toy Pokemon, providing "instant Pokemon gratification," according to Nintendo.

  • News: Adobe, EchoSign face patent infringement suit

    Adobe Systems and EchoSign, the electronic signatures company it acquired Monday, were sued on Tuesday by RPost, another electronic signature services company, for alleged infringement of five of its patents relating to electronic signature services.

  • News: Apple's U.S. Mac sales gains again hit double-digits, experts forecast

    Industry analysts say Mac sales in the U.S. increased by as much as 15% in the second quarter, making Apple one of only two of the top five computer makers to post positive gains.

  • News: Irrational Games Co-Founder Announces First Project

    Irrational Games co-founder Jon Chey has formed a new studio with an aim to produce more in the way of "genre, nichey games."

  • News: Disappearing $69 iPad 2 triggers buyer outrage at Sears

    Consumers really, really want that $69 iPad 2 and they don't care that Sears apologized for the mistaken price and offers a credit.

  • News: Alas, No Final Fantasy XIII-2 Until January 2012

    Happy New Year, those are the words you'll be waiting to hear before you can lay hands on Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII follow-up. Well, unless you live in Japan, or can read Japanese, in which case summoning an import copy should be simple enough—Square Enix says Final Fantasy XIII-2 will debut in Japan slightly sooner, in December 2011.

  • News: New Fifa 12 Trailer First Look

    EA Sports are boasting 'revolutionary changes' to their best selling football game.

  • News: Batman: Arkham City Collectors Edition Detailed

    Warner Bros. has revealed details of the limited-quantity Collectors Edition for the upcoming Batman: Arkham City.

  • News: The Cost Advantage Controversy of Cloud Computing

    One of the topics most associated with cloud computing is its cost advantages, or lack thereof. One way the topic gets discussed is "capex vs. opex," a simple formulation, but one fraught with meaning.

  • News: Managing your cloud's performance: Best practices

    Once you move your core IT systems into private or public cloud networks, your work isn't over. Now you have a different set of technology issues to deal with: managing the cloud to ensure that your investments pay off for your enterprise and deliver the efficiencies and ROI that you're expecting.



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