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  • News: Android 'grabs top spot from iPhone'

    Smartphones running Google Android have passed Apple's iPhone to become the leading smartphone platform in Britain, according to a survey by YouGov.

  • News: Connector integrates Open-Xchange with SugarCRM

    A new connector for open-source collaboration platform Open-Xchange provides integration with SugarCRM, allowing for contact and calendar information to be synchronized between the two products, Open-Xchange said on Monday.

  • News: Five signs your IT career is stuck in a rut

    In December 2007, a 49-year-old senior database administrator at a Chicago investment firm decided he couldn't take it anymore. Excessive hours and oppressive management had taken their toll; he was also worn down by the fear and uncertainty of a financial crisis that threatened even the most revered institutions. His career was officially in a rut.

  • News: IT workers: Under pressure and underpaid

    Who couldn't use some good news these days? John Arnold, CIO at FedMed, a healthcare financial services organization in Rockville, Md., is ready for some. Four years ago, his IT staff was downsized from 14 employees to four, and they have experienced the familiar squeeze of salary freezes and increased workloads.

  • News: Career Watch: Honing your job-hunting skills

    Q&A: Kathryn Ullrich

  • News: Four Features the BlackBerry PlayBook Should Have

    Many positive and negative things have been written about the BlackBerry PlayBook ahead of its launch April 19. But so far, I have not seen any evidence that the PlayBook will offer small or home office users anything that might revolutionize how they work.

  • News: What Microsoft's IE9 Moves Mean For You

    Microsoft's Internet Explorer has created some ripples in the browser sector lately, which could have implications regardless of whether you are in the Microsoft Internet Explorer camp. Microsoft said last week it would not make Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) compatible with Windows XP.

  • News: Manage Media on Android With Windows Media Player

    One of the most common complaints I hear about Android is that it lacks a desktop interface like iTunes. But in reality, Android devices sync easily to Windows Media Player in much the same way that the iPhone and iPad sync to iTunes, so any Windows user can transfer music between their PC and their Android phone or tablet. Here's how.

  • News: Top 10 Google Accomplishments Under Eric Schmidt

    After nearly 10 years as Google's chief executive, Eric Schmidt hands the job over to cofounder Larry Page on Monday. Schmidt will continue to serve as executive chairman and an advisor to the company, and will handle matters such as business deals and government outreach. A decade is an eternity in the Internet age, so it's no surprise that Google has done lots of big things with Schmidt at the helm. Here are Google's ten biggest accomplishments under Eric Schmidt.

  • News: New government body to regulate large IT projects

    The government has established a body called the Major Projects Authority, in order to regulate large projects including IT.

  • News: IEEE hopes to drive cloud computing standards

    Standards organization IEEE has decided to get involved in cloud computing, starting with two development projects related to cloud interoperability, it said on Monday.

  • News: Apple iPhone 5 'will have 8Mp camera'

    Howard Stringer, the Sony CEO, has sparked speculation that the iPhone 5 will have an 8-megapixel (8Mp) camera after making some unguarded comments in an interview.

  • News: iPhone users 'poorer than BlackBerry users'

    Apple iPhone owners may typically be perceived as well off, but that isn't necessarily the case, according to a recent poll.

  • News: IEEE 'suffered sophisticated data breach'

    It's been revealed that the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) suffered a data breach last year that compromised credit card details of 828 people who registered for an IEEE conference.

  • News: Cosmetics firm warns customers of security breach

    Cult make-up brand Benefit has revealed some of its customer names and email addresses may have been compromised following a security breach.

  • News: 10% of US children 'victims of ID theft'

    Identity theft has saddled thousands of children with debt, sometimes for years before they ever discover their personal information has been stolen, according to a study.

  • News: 71% of businesses afraid of managing cloud

    Seventy one percent of businesses are concerned about managing cloud computing, according to a survey.

  • News: Cosmetics firm warns customers of security breach

    Cult make-up brand Benefit has revealed some of its customer names and email addresses may have been compromised following a security breach.

  • News: Improved data sharing 'would save lives'

    A United Nations report into disaster relief calls for improved data sharing and technology collaboration between agencies to help save lives.

  • News: Microsoft reconsiders WP7 app rejection

    Microsoft appears to be reconsidering a decision to bar an application from the Windows Phone 7 market, in one of the first tests of the software giant's mobile app approval process.



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