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  • News: What Makes Siri Special?

    If you ask Siri, the virtual personal assistant on the iPhone 4S, why it's so great, it answers with disarming humility: "I am what I am."

  • News: Commonwealth Bank brings NFC payments to iPhone

    The Commonwealth Bank has unveiled a new banking application for Apple iPhones that allows users to wirelessly pay for goods and services using NFC (Near Field Communication) technology.

  • News: UK broadband speeds still trail global hot spots

    The UK is a country that enjoys a high level of broadband penetration but generally mediocre performance, Akamai’s latest State of the Internet Report has revealed.

  • News: Subtext brings social and gaming to ebook reading

    Since the release of the Amazon Kindle just four years ago, interest in reading digitally has skyrocketed. Users now have their pick of e-reading device, and apps for both the iPhone and iPad offer alternatives for those unwilling to spend money on separate hardware. The iOS platform also provides an opportunity for developers to expand upon the reading experience: One iPad app, Subtext, invites users to engage socially, spiced with a dash of reward-based gameplay.

  • News: US police data officer leaked by angry hackers

    Hacktivists have disrupted dozens of US police websites and leaked the personal details of up to 2,000 officers, apparently in protest at the treatment meted out to supporters of the ‘Occupy’ protest movement.

  • News: Apple 'will struggle to stay ahead without Jobs' - IHS iSuppli

    Apple could struggle to maintain its advantage over its competitors without Steve Jobs' vision and management skills, according to analysts at IHS iSuppli.

  • News: NAO brands research councils shared services plan flawed

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has branded the business plan for shared services between the UK’s seven Research Councils “flawed” and the related IT contract with Futjisu “poorly-managed”, after the project was delivered millions of pounds over budget.

  • News: Brits watch 240 million hours of online video per month

    UK web users spend 240 million hours every month watching videos online, says Experian Htiwise.

  • News: Most businesses withhold real-time data from employees, says survey

    Only 40 percent of businesses provide data to their employees in true real time, a survey has found.

  • News: MacBook Pro Video Update addresses freezes and other issues

    Apple on Monday released MacBook Pro Video Update 1.0, a patch specifically for problems afflicting the 15-inch, Mid-2010 MacBook Pro model.

  • News: iPod Guru Launches Sleek Thermostat Named Nest

    Former Apple iPod and iPhone hardware development chief Tony Fadell wants to turn your home's thermostat into the next "must-have" gadget by imbuing it with an Apple-like design sensibility. The Nest Learning Thermostat, made by Nest Labs, is a touch-controlled thermostat designed to personalize your home energy needs and help save you as much as $173 per year on your energy bill, according to the company.

  • News: StoryMill 4.0 ideal for ultra-organized novel writers

    With November’s National Novel Writing Month fast approaching, aspiring authors everywhere are preparing to put words to pages. If you plan your novels with military precision, Mariner Software’s StoryMill 4.0.4 could be the right ally to launch your literary assault. However, writers who engage in a more freeform approach might find the program’s data-heavy approach confining, and those craving even more power and functionality might not find it here.

  • News: Google Tweaks Advanced Search: Change Irks Some

    Google has quietly removed the Boolean + operator from its search options--and replaced it with expanded quotation mark functionality. For those who don't use Boolean search operators, this isn't a big deal, but for us search ninjas it's a pretty big inconvenience.

  • News: iOS Basics: Navigate on your iPhone or iPad

    Although Apple has designed the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to be simple to learn, sometimes you may want a primer on the basics. Here’s a breakdown of the major multitouch gestures, navigation, Home screen tips and tricks, and multitasking features you’ll need to master your iOS device.

  • News: Sprint cool to new spectrum auctions

    CHICAGO -- While Sprint and AT&T have been clashing for months over the latter's proposed merger with T-Mobile, they can surely still agree on the value of spectrum auctions, right?

  • News: Nationwide overhauls online banking

    Nationwide has upgraded its online banking service with IBM, in a bid to improve navigation and speed up processes.

  • News: Dell Boomi gets a business rules engine

    In addition to using Dell's Boomi integration service to move data from one cloud to another, users of the service can now also create simple business rules to reroute data to different locations, the company announced Tuesday.

  • News: Microsoft takes 'social' cue from Salesforce.com for its CRM

    Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled the latest version of its Dynamics CRM (customer-relationship-management) software, which adds some social software functionality as well as closer ties to the Office 365 online productivity suite.

  • News: Idaho National Laboratory to move to Google Apps

    As many as 5,000 workers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory will be the latest government workers to start using Google Apps.

  • News: Groupon's China venture posts US$46M loss

    Groupon's China venture posted a net loss of US$46.4 million for the past nine months, generating only $2.1 million in revenue as it fights to gain dominance in the country's highly competitive group buying market.



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