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  • News: Anonymous threatens to expose Mexican drug cartel

    Hacker group Anonymous has threatened to expose the identity of members and supporters of a Mexican drug cartel by Nov. 5, in retaliation for the kidnapping of a group member, and has already hacked the web site of a former state official, alleging that he has associations with the dreaded Zetas.

  • News: China's newest supercomputer uses homegrown chips

    China has built its first supercomputer based entirely on homegrown microprocessors, a major step in breaking the country's reliance on Western technology for high-performance computing.

  • News: Kingston University chucks out PCs in major virtualisation push

    Kingston University near London has announced ambitious plans to “prepare for life without the desktop,” virtualising its entire base of PCs, the first major project on this scale in the UK education sector.

  • News: FTSE 100 directors pay rises 49 percent

    The earnings of FTSE 100 directors has increased by an average of 49 percent in the last financial year, according to a report from Income Data Services (IDS).

  • News: NHS staff posted patient information on Facebook

    NHS staff have been breaching the Data Protection Act (DPA) by posting confidential patient details and photographs on Facebook, a report has found.

  • News: YouTube to boost original, professional programming

    YouTube will start rolling out next month a set of new channels with original programs next month, as the video site beefs up its offering of exclusive, professionally-produced content.

  • News: Sprint, Clearwire may help drive LTE convergence

    Cooperation between Sprint Nextel and Clearwire on LTE should help to bring two versions of that technology together, leading to increased device choices and roaming opportunities for subscribers in developed markets.

  • News: Remains of the Day: The board of Avon

    An Apple board member faces scrutiny at her own company, Apple throws another log on the open-source fire, and the Siri-based Apple TV set may listen a little too well. The remainders for Friday, October 28, 2011 are so ready for the weekend.

  • News: Opera CTO: Kill the browser scroll bar

    For a relatively new medium, the World Wide Web still relies on a comparatively ancient method of presenting information to the reader, that of scrolling. Now, the creator of the widely used CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and current CTO of Opera, wants to replace the browser scroll bar with page-based navigation.

  • News: Apple updates Epson, HP printer drivers for Lion and Snow Leopard

    If you're using an Epson or HP printer to crank out posters or invites to this weekend's Halloween bash, you'll likely want to download Apple's new printer drivers for Snow Leopard and Lion.

  • News: Six revolutionary products, as told by Isaacson's 'Steve Jobs' biography

    At Apple’s companywide memorial event for Steve Jobs, new Apple CEO Tim Cook emphasized Jobs’s direct involvement in six revolutionary products: the Mac, the iPod and iTunes, the iPhone, the iPad, Apple the company, and Pixar. Walter Isaacson’s authorized biography Steve Jobs touches on all these topics; here are closer looks at Jobs’s direct involvement with each, straight from Isaacson’s book. We’ll start with the company Jobs built.

  • News: How Google was tripped up by a bad search

    In the end it was a search that let Google down.

  • News: Facebook shuts down Beluga messaging app

    Facebook plans to shut down the Beluga mobile messaging application it acquired earlier this year, after launching a similar, native service called Facebook Messenger that's based in part on the Beluga technology.

  • News: Apple Passed Up By Samsung as World's Top Smartphone Manufacturer

    A report on Reuters reveals that Apple has now been passed up by Samsung as the world's leading manufacturer of smartphones. The article notes during the period of July of this year to September, Samsung's mobile phones have experienced tremendous growth with a 44 percent increase in shipments.

  • News: OpenFlow demystified

    OpenFlow, the exciting new networking technology recently bursting out of academia and into industry, has generated considerable buzz since Interop Las Vegas 2011, which has been called "The Coming Out Party For OpenFlow." The protocol is simple but its implications on network architectures and the overall $16 billion switching market are far-reaching.

  • News: Touchscreen Digital Watch Arrives From Sweden With Style

    If the Mutewatch digital watch strikes you at first as nothing more than a colorful and stylish wristband, inventor Mai-Li Hammargren has already won half the battle.

  • News: Google TV to Get Big Update

    Google is updating its Google TV service this weekend adding support for Android apps optimized big HDTV screens and polished how is discovered through the software. The new version of Google TV is expected to be automatically downloaded users next week.

  • News: Google TV gets updated with simpler interface, app dev tools

    Google TV, the company's platform for Internet-connected televisions, has gotten an upgrade designed to simplify its user interface, improve its search engine, optimize YouTube access and open it for Android app developers.

  • News: Brocade once again for sale?

    According to a published report, Brocade is again making it known that it has placed itself on the selling block, hoping to drum up interest in suitors with enough money to cover its more than $2 billion market cap.

  • News: HP team of 100 helped decide PC unit's fate

    Hewlett-Packard's decision to reject the plan to spin-off or sell its PC division came after an intensive, six-week study by a team of 100 people at the company.



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