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  • News: IT workers with heart

    At first glance, you might think Steve Kranson, who works at Comerica Bank in Auburn Hills, Mich., is your average IT manager. But he's been known to put in some time dressed as the Easter Bunny, to the delight of local kids.

  • News: Legacy application fixer-uppers

    Legacy applications are one of the most difficult issues to face within IT. A rip-and-replace approach is expensive and thus difficult to justify; plus, it tends to interrupt operations. Meanwhile, the aging software lingers in accounting's ledgers, overstays its welcome in sales and causes poor network performance throughout the organization.

  • News: Career Watch: The IT jobs outlook

    Q&A: Todd Thibodeaux

  • News: HP Goes 3D with Touchscreen PC, Monitor

    Hewlett-Packard says it's “making 3D available to the masses” with two new PC-based offerings that will begin to roll out Tuesday.

  • News: Telefónica to improve home networks with Wi-Fi investment

    Telefónica has made an equity investment in Wi-Fi chip maker Quantenna Communications, whose technology it will use to deploy IPTV services in the home, the operator said on Monday.

  • News: Open-source proponents blast proprietary software in Dutch schools

    Dutch education authorities have decided to throw out their government’s own open standards policy and instead lock-in to Microsoft proprietary software for years to come, according to open source advocates.

  • News: Barnes & Noble launches Nook Tablet

    Barnes & Noble launched its widely expected tablet Monday, taking on the soon-to-be released tablet from book-selling rival Amazon with a machine that has slightly better specs.

  • News: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Takes on Amazon's Kindle Fire

    Barnes & Noble announced a $249 Nook Tablet Monday that competes with Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet that sports customized version Android OS, runs Android apps, streams video from content partners such as Hulu, and can be used as an e-book reader. The Nook Tablet is $50 more than Amazon's Kindle Fire, but for that, you get more than Amazon offers - or than any other tablet offers.

  • News: Apple security chief John Theriault retires

    Apple's Vice President of Global Security, John Theriault, has left the company, it has been confirmed.

  • News: Lost USB stick earns Rochdale Council ICO rebuke

    The loss of a USB flash drive containing sensitive data has landed another public sector organisation with a reprimand from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for mislaying unsecured storage.

  • News: iPhone 4S Battery Life: How Does It Compare to Other Smartphones?

    The iPhone 4S’s battery-drain problem has been a hot issue over the past week. Apparently the location-services system in iOS 5 is the main culprit behind the rapid loss of battery power. Apple has acknowledged the situation and released a beta version of iOS 5.0.1, a future update that corrects the problem.

  • News: HP Concludes That Bigger Is Better

    In opting not to get rid of its PC division, HP -- and new CEO Meg Whitman -- offered some insight about what type of company they think HP should be. Insider (registration required)

  • News: IBM Quietly Names a New CEO

    IBM doesn't like drama -- and it proved that with its recent appointment of Virginia Rometty as its new CEO. Insider (registration required)

  • News: NSS Labs claims its new tool can detect all Duqu drivers

    Security research firm NSS Labs has released an open source scanning tool that is capable of detecting all malicious drivers used by the new Duqu threat, according to its engineers. However, other security vendors believe that the malware's creators are capable of evading detection at any time.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Less is more

    We're back with another iPad case roundup, and this week's installment features some great examples of minimalistic designs that protect your iPad without getting in the way of its beautiful design, as well as some great products that surround the beauty of the tablet with a luxurious—and sometimes quirky—exterior.

  • News: Siri as Google Challenger: Sorting Fact from Fiction

    Google has a new challenger to its dominance in search, and it may be only a matter of time before you dump Google for the new service. But the new challenger is not Bing or Ask or even search newcomers such as Blekko or DuckDuckGo. Nope; it turns out the latest threat to Google search is Siri, Apple's voice-enabled digital personal assistant on the iPhone 4S, according to Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt.

  • News: Top Camera for iPhone

    One of the most common pieces of advice for those who want to take their iPhone photography more seriously (yes, people do take it seriously) is to avoid shooting photos in Apple’s built-in Camera app. Many third-party photo-taking apps offer more control and features, turning the iPhone’s camera into a powerful tool for professionals and hobbyists alike.

  • News: Digital Lego Clock Goes Tick-Tock

    If you’re a regular GeekTech reader, chances are you’re a Lego fan, so I hope you appreciate this awesome LEGO Mindstorm clock as much I do.

  • News: Amazon's Prime Lending Library Collection Now Viewable Online

    Amazon is tempting Kindle owners to sign up for its Prime service with free e-books, and if you are wondering if there are any good ones to read you can now peruse a list right from your PC.

  • News: Microsoft Quietly Changes WP7 Specs to Allow Phones without Cameras

    Microsoft quietly downgraded the hardware requirements for its Windows Phone 7 operating system in late September to make optional the inclusion of cameras in mobiles using the operating system.



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