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  • News: CSG receives takeover offer

    ASX-listed IT services company CSG (ASX: CSV) has informed the market that it has received a non-binding off-market takeover offer to acquire all of the issued fully paid shared of the company.

  • News: Brain drain imminent: IT recruiter

    A new skills index released this week suggests CIOs should ditch the ‘wait-and-see’ contract approach to IT recruitment in the face of increasing offshore opportunities.

  • News: Facebook Timeline: Important Privacy Settings to Adjust Now

    If you care to keep your past in the past, Facebook's new version of the profile, called Timeline, makes that a little more difficult.

  • News: Hollywood's Sill Making Those Resident Evil Movies

    Hey, here's something that may be of passing interest to you: Hollywood's still churning out those Resident Evil movies. Oh, and Leon "You're Small Time" Kennedy is set to feature in the latest one, because why not?

  • News: IBM X-Force: Mobile devices are a fast growing target of malware

    Look for double the mobile exploits this year vs. 2010 and particularly watch out for mobile applications that are really malware, says IBM's X-Force security research team.

  • News: Cisco loses out as Brocade wins healthcare software company business

    A healthcare software provider has upgraded its Gigabit Ethernet network to improve service to customers and reduce errors during backup.

  • News: Easier Way to Keep Spotify From Sharing Your Musical Tastes

    Earlier this week, we told you how to turn off a new, potentially mortifying Spotify feature that tells your Facebook friends, in real-time, what you are listening to. If you're a closeted fan of, say, Alvin and the Chipmunks tunes, but your friends prefer death metal--well, the potential for embarrassment is high.

  • News: Former HP CEO Apotheker to get more than $9.6 million

    Outgoing Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker will get a severance payment of US$7.2 million, plus a $2.4 million performance bonus and additional stock benefits, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday.

  • News: Delicious re-launch riddled with bugs

    Users of Delicious are up in arms after the social bookmarking site was re-launched this week with a raft of bugs that include missing data and broken functionality.

  • News: Dragon Go update improves voice search capabilities

    Released just two months ago, the voice-driven search app Dragon Go is finding more things to talk about with its latest update.

  • News: Weak Vietnamese Ninja Turtle Knockoff Sullies App Store

    Soldiers weep, mothers cradle their distraught children, and tears stream from glass eyes as a lackluster knockoff sneaks its way past Apple's impeccable quality control, and lands on the iTunes App Store.

  • News: How to Set Up and Maintain a Wireless Workplace

    Wireless networks aren't just a convenience anymore; they've become an essential part of business culture. It's nearly impossible to walk into a workplace that doesn't use Wi-Fi in some fashion. For the millions of portable wireless devices--from traditional laptops to smartphones and tablets (including Apple's iDevices and the ever-expanding menagerie of Android-based gear)--that people carry with them today, Wi-Fi is the great connector, providing an industry-standard communication layer for untethered devices.

  • News: Mayor Bloomberg calls H-1B visa caps 'national suicide'

    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to end the cap on H-1B visas and believes restrictive U.S. visa policies are a form of 'national suicide.'

  • News: Tablets, smartphones to get speed boost with new memory

    A new form of mobile DDR3 memory that can speed up tablets, smartphones and laptops could appear in devices starting as early as late next year, with adoption ramping up in 2013, analysts said on Thursday.

  • News: Mobile Device Management for Small Business

    Want to take advantage of the smartphone and tablet revolution so your business will be more productive and your employees more satisfied? Unfortunately, someone has to support all of those devices and platforms. And if that someone is you, you'll find that keeping up with the latest tech changes, managing disparate devices, and integrating them into your existing network take considerable time and energy. The time is well spent, however, because a smart mobile strategy--addressing issues such as wireless provisioning, device and application management, and security--is one of the best ways to prepare your business for the future.

  • News: Nigerian gov't pledges ICT infrastructure improvements

    The government of Nigeria, Africa's largest telecom market by investment and subscription, announced a plan to more than double its number of Internet users to 70 million by 2015 in a bid to maintain its top slot in the region.

  • News: Amazon's Silk browser raises privacy, security eyebrows

    Amazon's new Silk browser has raised some eyebrows among privacy and security experts because of the way it will by default connect to the company's cloud service.

  • News: Facebook tracking prompts call for FTC probe

    Facebook's tracking technology has landed the social network in hot water, with two lawmakers calling for a Federal Trade Commission investigation.

  • News: RIM calls report of PlayBook's demise 'pure fiction'

    Research in Motion said Thursday that it remains committed to the PlayBook tablet and the tablet market, discounting an analyst's report that said the death of the tablet is imminent.

  • News: GSMA: Calls will remain high between African countries

    The cost of telephone calls between African countries is likely to remain high and international call volumes will drop with the introduction of taxes, according to a report from the GSM Association.

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