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  • News: Top general says Defense Department IT in 'Stone Age'

    U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James "Hoss" Cartwright, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was sharply critical of the Defense Department's IT systems and sees much room for improvement.

  • News: 'Voice of the customer' programs combine feedback

    About 18 months ago, Charming Shoppes launched a customer insights project to "deliver actionable customer and market research and analysis to the business," according to Jeffrey H. Liss, who headed up the initiative. Liss is now senior vice president of corporate strategy at the plus-size women's clothing retailer.

  • News: Microsoft ratchets up pressure on Rustock operators

    The company has put a $250,000 bounty up for grabs, hoping to get leads as to the whereabouts of the botnet operators behind Rustock.

  • News: GoldenEye is Back... Again

    Activision has officially confirmed the existence of another new GoldenEye game for PS3 and Xbox 360.

  • News: What's new in Lion: the Finder and files

    While there are many new features in Lion--like Mission Control and Launchpad--you'll also find some old familiars: The Finder, Spotlight, Quick Look, the Dock, and About this Mac, for example, are all still there. But that's not to say these OS X staples have stayed exactly the same. Here's a rundown of how they've changed in Lion.

  • News: Sid Meier's Pirates! Returns on iPad Tomorrow

    Open-world seafaring adventure Pirates! from legendary game designer Sid Meier is set to hit the App Store from tomorrow.

  • News: Taliban website, phones reportedly hacked

    In the current wave of hacking incidents, the Taliban in Afghanistan is not immune, Wednesday saying its website and cellphones were hacked. Several reports say the hack resulted in what the Taliban says is false information being sent out that its leader, Mullah Mohammed Omar, is dead due to heart problems.

  • News: Google's Search Engine Now Sniffs Out Malware

    Google's search engine is now fighting against a strain of malware that secretly intercepts Web browser activity on Windows PCs.

  • News: Oracle makes Fusion Applications 'available'

    Oracle has quietly made its Fusion Applications generally available, albeit with a caveat, but it seems that any serious fanfare over the long-awaited software may be reserved until the company's annual OpenWorld conference in October.

  • News: EMC revenue grows on strength of big data, VMware

    Increasing customer demand for big data technologies and cloud computing brought record financial results at EMC in the second quarter, the company reported Wednesday.

  • News: Ugandan legislator calls for Huawei deal investigation

    The top opposition leader in Uganda's Parliament has called for an investigation of the US$74 million IT deal between Huawei Technologies of China and the country's national broadcaster.

  • News: Google+ for iPhone Takes App Store by Storm

    Google+ for iPhone hit Apple's App Store a mere 24 hours ago but it's being downloaded like wildfire as it currently sitting atop the heap as the most popular free app available from iTunes. This is big news considering Google+ is still invitation-only and only has 18 million users so far, compared to Facebook's 750 million. That said, Google+ users can now upload contacts from Outlook and Mac address books (not Facebook, though), which may result in even bigger Google+

  • News: Cisco says layoffs, cost-cutting won't derail SecureX

    Despite cutting 6,500 jobs and reducing operating expenses by about $1 billion, Cisco has affirmed that it has no intention of pulling back from its commitment to its new security architecture known as SecureX.

  • News: Dell takes deeper dive into networking, buys Force10

    Dell this week said it will acquire switch maker Force10 Networks for an undisclosed sum.

  • News: Riverbed preps to take on F5, Citrix via 2 buyouts

    Riverbed is gearing up to take on F5 Networks and Citrix in speeding up application delivery with the purchase of Zeus Technology for $110 million.

  • News: Businesses More Concerned With Reputation Than Fines

    There has been an epidemic of data breaches in recent months, prompting action in the United States Congress to introduce new legislation to protect consumer data. A recent survey, however, found that most businesses are more concerned with their own brand integrity and reputation than whatever punitive damages might result from compliance mandates.

  • News: BBC Worldwide Launching Indie Publisher Label

    Speaking at the Develop conference in Brighton, UK, the BBC announced that it would be launching a British indie publishing label very soon.

  • News: Apple adds Core i5, Thunderbolt to MacBook Air

    On Wednesday, simultaneous with the release of Mac OS X Lion, Apple announced the impending release of new MacBook Air models. The new editions of Apple's lightweight 11- and 13-inch laptops have received a major boost in speed and connectivity: They're now powered by Intel Core i5 processors and feature the new Thunderbolt connectivity technology. Coming in at the same prices as the previous generation of MacBook Airs, these new models also sport backlit keyboards.

  • News: Apple announces world's first Thunderbolt display

    Apple has announced the 27in Apple Thunderbolt Display, a docking station and display compatible with the newest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.

  • News: Apple updates Mac mini range

    Apple has announced a new range of Mac minis, sporting Intel's Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt ports. The 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 mac mini comes with 2GB of RAM and a starting price of £529.



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