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  • News: Apple releases iBooks 1.3 update

    Apple released an update to its iBooks iOS app today. Version 1.3 of iBooks adds a couple of new features, including a read-aloud feature for some children's books.

  • News: What Is the Wii U? (cont.)

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • News: What is the Wii U?

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • News: Oracle fixes 17 bugs in Java security update

    Oracle has issued an update to Java SE that fixes a number of critical bugs in the widely used Internet software.

  • News: A decade later, W3C finalises CSS 2.1

    The Web's Cascading Style Sheets now can be rendered consistently across a large number of devices

  • News: Brits send an average of 24 emails per day

    More than nine in ten (91 percent) Brits have an email account, with the average user sending around 24 emails per day, says Sky Broadband.

  • News: African carriers focus on mobile for IPv6 Day test

    African operators will play a lead role in testing mobile services during World IPv6 Day tests as service and content providers make sure they are ready to deal with the recent explosion of mobile devices on the continent.

  • News: Major damages sought in Oracle-Google patent dispute

    A new document in a year-old patent lawsuit filed by Oracle against Google over Android intellectual property suggests Oracle could be seeking huge damages from Google.

  • News: Riverbed releases WAN cloud storage gateway appliances

    Riverbed today announced three new WAN optimization appliances targeted at backing data up to the cloud.

  • News: Honda revs up business intelligence system

    Honda has switched on a business intelligence system from SAS, in a bid to better inform future design.

  • News: Snapseed for iPad launched by Nik Software

    Snapseed for iPad, an image-editing tool that offers a selection of filters and quick adjustment features, has been launche by Nik Software.

  • News: Polycom to acquire HP telepresence business

    Polycom and HP have announced a broad strategic alliance: Polycom will acquire HP's visual collaboration business and the two companies will partner for telepresence and video unified communications solutions.

  • News: iCloud and iOS 5: New challenges for the enterprise

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs is known for wowing audiences with his presentation style and with new and polished technologies for Apple's desktops, mobile devices and media services. His keynote address Monday at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was no exception. Jobs and other Apple executives showed off some of the features of the company's Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion," which is due out next month; the next generation of its iOS mobile platform; and the company's new cloud service known as iCloud.

  • News: Huawei, Safaricom partner with Kenya universities

    Huawei, a telecom solutions provider, and integrated communications company Safaricom, today signed a memorandum of Association (MoU) with three local universities under Huawei's 'telecom seed for the future program' to ensure engineering students in Kenya are equipped with modern up to date telecoms skills to meet current industry needs.

  • News: Four indicted in $1.5M ATM skimming operation

    Three Romanian men and one Austrian man were indicted on Monday by U.S. federal prosecutors for allegedly stealing more than US$1.5 million by cloning payment cards with stolen account information.

  • News: IBM rolls out free cloud software development tool

    IBM this week announced a cloud-based collaborative software development tool that's being offered free to students now for academic use only but is expected to become a commercial service at some point in the future.

  • News: Data center group issues cloud usage guidelines

    Users and vendors this week got a framework for implementing virtual data center and cloud computing environments from a group formed eight months ago to define such requirements.

  • News: Broadband bling goes to Dutch region

    Eindhoven, the Dutch region rebuilt after ferocious World War II battles there, has won the coveted Intelligent Community of the Year Award for rebuilding its post-industrial economy on an open-innovation model of sharing research, resources and people.

  • News: Gov't centralises procurement of IT and other goods

    The UK government has centralised the procurement of common goods and services following the recommendations outlined in Sir Philip Green’s efficiency review.

  • News: Mozilla Labs launches browser-like Webian interface

    Mozilla Labs has become the latest developer to float a new prototype user interface for PCs, the Webian Shell, which reinvents the web browser as a complete replacement for the desktop.



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