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  • News: Google Under Fire for Not Playing Fair

    Google is being scrutinized by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for allegedly deceptive practices when it comes to online search and search advertising. A new report agrees--outlining ways that Google stifles competition, but is Google really a predatory monopoly, or just an American success story?

  • News: TM Lewin buttons up finance and HR with iTrent system

    Shirt maker TM Lewin is deploying an integrated HR and payroll system from supplier MidlandHR, in a bid to improve processes.

  • News: Apple to bid for Hulu - report

    Apple is considering making a bid for the online video service Hulu, according to a report.

  • News: ITV signs deal with Apple - report

    ITV is to replace up to 80 percent of its PC workstations with Macs, according to reports.

  • News: Repsol deploys knowledge management

    Repsol, the oil and gas company, is deploying a new knowledge management platform.

  • News: Google buys facial recognition company PittPatt

    Google has acquired Pittsburgh Pattern Recognition, known as PittPatt, a company that develops technology for recognizing faces in images and video, according to PittPatt's website.

  • News: Battle of the 3D Phones: HTC EVO 3D vs. LG Optimus 3D

    The past year has been an exciting time for mobile phones. We've seen an abundance of phones with dual-core processors, 4G connectivity, and bigger and better displays--all of which has led up to the first wave of 3D smartphones. Sprint has introduced the HTC EVO 3D, and LG has unveiled the Optimus 3D, which will be rebranded as the Thrill 4G on AT&T. Both are incredibly powerful phones with glasses-free 3D displays and dual-lens cameras that allow you to shoot 3D photos and video. With both an EVO 3D and an Optimus 3D in house, I decided to pit the two against each other in a 3D-display and 3D-camera battle.

  • News: Oracle ordered to lower damages claim against Google

    Oracle has been ordered to lower its multibillion-dollar claim for damages in its patent infringement lawsuit against Google and its Android operating system, court papers show.

  • News: Dear Capcom, What the Hell Are You Doing? Love, Everyone

    Capcom seems to be having a mental breakdown before our very eyes, with its latest bizarre announcement being a range of Street Fighter-themed Hello Kitty merchandise.

  • News: Australia to Finally Introduce R18+ Rating

    After considerable deliberation, the Australian federal government has reached an "in-principle" agreement over the introduction of an "adult" rating for games.

  • News: SAP hopes partners will rev up mobile apps sales

    Thousands of SAP partners who sell the Business All-in-One ERP (enterprise resource planning) suite and Business Objects analytics software can now also offer customers Sybase mobile technology and applications, SAP announced this week.

  • News: Malawi blocks social media networks to quell protests

    The government of Malawi has shut down news websites and social media networks including Twitter and Facebook and has blocked signals from radio stations in a bid to stop the coordination of demonstrations that have so far left more than 18 people dead.

  • News: Adobe recants knock on Apple's OS X Lion

    Adobe has backpedalled from a claim that its popular Flash Player did not work with OS X Lion's hardware acceleration, saying that a testing mistake led it to the wrong conclusion.

  • News: Microsoft Appeases Tribe Over 'Tulalip' Code Name

    If it's not enough that Microsoft had to scramble when a reference to its apparently semi-secret social networking project, Tulalip, slipped out, the software giant then had to deal with trademark concerns by the neighboring Tulalip tribe.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech earnings show sector strength

    A raft of computer and software vendor financial results this week, including reports from IBM, Intel, Apple and Microsoft, revealed some record quarterly results and a healthy market for business technology, though clouds remain for segments of the consumer arena.

  • News: IT Outsourcing: How Offshoring Can Kill Innovation

    IT service providers are touting the benefits of outsourcing's increasingly higher-value and more complex IT work to lower-cost locales. And IT customers still hyper-focused on cost cutting in today's economic doldrums are more than willing to consider the pitch. But Harvard Business School professors David Pisano and Willy Shih argue that "moving up the value chain" with offshoring can irreversibly damage a company's—and a country's—competitiveness and ability to innovate.

  • News: Google+ Games Confirmed via Help Page

    Google+ is the hot new thing in social networking, and the addition of social gaming to the service has been rumored for a while now. Looks like it's happening soon, if the official help document is to be believed.

  • News: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword in Word Fighter

    Upcoming iOS and Android puzzler Word Fighter features a selection of characters inspired by the giants of the literary world.

  • News: Zelda's 25th Celebrated with Symphony Concert Tour

    Nintendo is celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda with a series of symphony concerts, starting this October in LA.

  • News: Freeverse not updating many Mac games for Lion

    Lion has drawn a line in the sand for some older Mac applications, such as Quicken, by dropping support for running PowerPC applications via Rosetta. Now to that list you can add a number of games from Freeverse, which announced this week that it would be discontinuing several of its Mac titles.



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