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  • News: Artists reinvent Garbage Pail Kids

    Gallery 1988 has asked artists to put their own spin on 80s trading card classics Garbage Pail Kids for its latest exhibition.

  • News: Government 'backtracks' on SME promise

    The government appears to be going back on its promise to buy more services, including IT, from SMEs, according to the New Suppliers to Government working group.

  • News: Get the Tex Murphy Games for 50% Off

    Good news for fans of Chris Jones' sardonic San Franciscan gumshoe: all five of of Access Software's Tex Murphy games are going for half-off all this weekend.

  • News: DoHA gets data warehouse in order

    Australia’s National Health Reform (NHR) initiative has taken a step forward with the announcement that it will shortly begin the enterprise data warehouse (EDW) overhaul component of the initiative.

  • News: Are Mobile-Style Interfaces Leaving Desktop Users Behind?

    Microsoft certainly made a big splash with the early preview of Windows 8 it offered this week, and it's easy to see why: the new platform looks to be a surprisingly radical departure from the traditional Windows paradigm.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Bolt from the blue

    Apple describes some Thunderbolt limitations, a report suggests you might soon be able to merge multiple Apple IDs, and faux Apple Stores come to an agreement with the real deal. The remainders for Friday, September 16, 2011 are 100 percent completely and utterly genuine.

  • News: Great Deals Give Laptop Sales a Boost

    It’s a critical time for laptops and the PC in general, with mounting signs that tablets (specifically, the iPad) are cannibalizing laptop sales, and the fact that HP--one of the largest PC makers--may give up on the consumer PC business altogether. But the laptop isn’t down and out, thanks to a late-summer surge in sales.

  • News: Windows Phone 7, Day 15: Xbox Live Gaming on WP7

    All of the smartphone platforms have games of some sort, but only Windows Phone has Xbox Live. For today's 30 Days With Windows Phone 7, I'm going to play around--literally--with the games hub and Xbox Live capabilities.

  • News: Researcher uncovers more SCADA zero-day flaws

    An Italian researcher has published details of a new batch of unpatched vulnerabilities found in the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) products from seven different vendors.

  • News: Windows 8 to get important security tweaks

    Windows 8 will ship with a number of small but important security tweaks Microsoft hopes will make it a harder target for the viruses, worms and Trojans that were able to subvert older versions of the operating system.

  • News: Facebook to Let Users Update Twitter Accounts From Its Site

    Facebook is becoming more user-friendly with Twitter as it tries to step up its game and defend against the growth of full-featured Google+.

  • News: Facebook Subscribe Button Makes My Facebook Page Obsolete

    Perhaps you've heard that Facebook has been tweaking the social network a bit? In the past few weeks Facebook has implemented a wide variety of changes--many of which mimic popular features from the rival Google+, and at least one of which leaves me with little reason to continue maintaining my Facebook Page.

  • News: Fujitsu workers call off strike after double inflation rate pay offer

    Fujitsu workers who are members of the Public and Commercial Services union have called off a strike after the IT company made an improved pay offer.

  • News: SOCA to bolster data protection policies after child protection website breach

    The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and its parent organisation the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), have made a commitment to improving the security of its websites.

  • News: iPhone 5 production delays reported

    iPhone 5 production could be behind schedule, it has been reported, with the tear-shaped design seemingly causing manufacturing issues.

  • News: BCS members cite information security as the most important skill

    BCS members have cited information security as the "most important attribute of the IT professional of the future".

  • News: Consumer Wrath Hits Netflix Hard

    Hell hath no fury like a consumer scorned--a fact Netflix is discovering since it restructured its pricing in July. One million consumers have bailed since the restructure, and the company's stock price is falling precipitously.

  • News: Portal is free for Macs, PCs until September 20

    If you haven't yet experienced the wonder of thinking with portals, there's never been a better time to start: Valve has made Portal free for the Mac and PC until September 20 as part of its "Learn with Portals" initiative.

  • News: 26-Foot-Tall Rubik's Cube Is Even Harder to Solve

    It first appeared at Burning Man, providing a guiding light in the wastes, and now it's coming to Seattle's Pacific Science Center. What is it? Why, it's a huge 26-foot Rubik's cube that can actually be solved. It takes 3 people, however, and they stand apart from each other (60ft-Burning Man, 30ft-PacSci) and each participant only gets to rotate one axis. Created by Groove Studios, they call it the "Groovik's Cube."

  • News: Why Windows 8 on ARM Matters

    If Windows 8 works successfully on ARM-processor-equipped systems, expect to see thin, light, and innovative devices coming our way. This includes ultra-thin laptops with impressive battery life, and super-light, large-screen tablets.



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