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  • News: Lehman administrators make history in solemn system shutdown

    The administrators of Lehman Brothers' European operations have fully separated its IT from Barclays Capital and Nomura - which bought parts of the collapsed bank in 2008 - as they finalised steps in the remaining businesses to retire what had been cutting edge systems.

  • News: Apple Prepares 'Do Not Track' Feature in Safari

    Future versions of Apple's Safari browser may contain a 'Do Not Track' feature that stops advertisers from following users around the web.

  • News: Infosys financial results disappoint analysts

    Infosys posts revenue, profit growth, but analysts think the company has slowed down

  • News: As PlayBook launches, Cisco's Cius slowly emerges

    As Research In Motion launched its PlayBook on Thursday evening, Cisco Systems was already accepting orders for its Cius enterprise tablet and shipping it to some customers.

  • News: Solid Q1 results set stage for Google's Page

    Google reported solid growth in the first quarter, just as co-founder Larry Page prepares to usher in a new chapter in the company's history.

  • News: LightSquared Poised to Build Nationwide 4G Network

    Can a wholesale provider of 4G wireless services be the catalyst for a new era of competition and innovation in the U.S. wireless marketplace? LightSquared, a new telecom company formed by a hedge-fund billionaire around the guts of a satellite-communications concern, thinks so.

  • News: Red Hat cache move sparks standards spat

    Due to a reporting error, the story "Red Hat cache move sparks standards spat," which was posted to the wire on Thursday, attributed two quotes to the wrong individual.

  • News: As PlayBook launches, Cisco's Cius slowly emerges

    As Research In Motion launched its PlayBook on Thursday evening, Cisco Systems was already accepting orders for its Cius enterprise tablet and shipping it to some customers.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Crazy talk

    If you're going to walk the crazy walk, you'd better talk the crazy talk. Microsoft loses a valuable cloud player, Apple doesn't want to know what you're surfing on the Web, and one man makes, bakes, and takes the whole crazy cake. Unlike that cake, the remainders for Thursday, April 14, 2011 are not a lie.

  • News: Outsource your 21st century business: Telstra

    Telstra chief technology officer, Hugh Bradlow, has called on businesses to outsource their core ICT functions to specialised companies, including Cloud operators, in order to get with the 21st century.

  • News: Report: Chinese Far Outstrip US in Cyberspy Fight

    While most of the IT world was fretting over the break-in at Epsilon that probably netted some organized crime group a few million pre-confirmed email addresses, U.S. IT espionage specialists were finishing up a report showing the Epsilon hack is small potatoes compared to China.

  • News: Solid Q1 results set stage for Google's Page

    Google reported solid growth in the first quarter, just as co-founder Larry Page prepares to usher in a new chapter in the company's history.

  • News: Banks take lead from developers, not top smartphones, for mobile apps

    Banks must embrace mobile applications if they're to keep up with the hot trend in smartphones right now. And no phone is hotter for those applications than Apple's iPhone, even if it comes in third behind Android and BlackBerry phones.

  • News: Grab a Bite at the El Shaddai Cafe

    Believe it or not, setting up a small cafe in Tokyo for the sole purpose of promoting a game or other entertainment product is not all that uncommon -- just look at the Dragon Quest bar. Who knows if this marriage of gaming with upscale dining is successful, but regardless, Ignition is the latest company to get into the restaurant business with their cafe based on their upcoming El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron, which is open for business from April 15 to May 8.

  • News: Oracle to fix 73 security bugs next week

    Oracle plans to release a large number of security patches for its various software products next week, including six bug-fixes for its flagship database software.

  • News: Alabama B-1 visa case draws Sen. Grassley's attention

    A lawsuit against Indian offshore giant Infosys Technologies is getting the attention of U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who wants top Obama administration officials "to get to the bottom of the situation."

  • News: State Street modernizing with cloud, Linux technologies

    State Street Corporation says technology must evolve to meet the increasingly demanding needs of financial services.

  • News: Test Drive Unlimited 2 gets free DLC

    Atari has announced that "The Exploration Pack" will shortly be available for Test Drive Unlimited 2. The DLC will be available for free and includes a number of features the community has been requesting as well as new missions and game modes.

  • News: When Recruiting Is a 'Growth Business'

    External growth -- especially the kind that takes a company into new markets -- usually means adding headcount in finance, too. And that exercise has been front-and-center for CFO Mark Castaneda since he joined Primo Water in March 2008.

  • News: Study: Broadband stimulus overlapped existing service

    A new study suggests broadband stimulus money from a U.S. agency is building projects that largely compete with existing service.



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