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  • News: Informatica adds support for 'big data,' Hadoop

    Informatica is joining the growing ranks of vendors moving to support Hadoop, the open-source framework for large-scale or "big data" processing, the company announced Monday.

  • News: IBM launches city government software platform

    IBM plans to launch a software framework that will help city and local government executives get a more complete view of how well their operations are running.

  • News: LulzSec claims it hacked FBI linked organization

    Hacking group Lulz Security claimed it had hacked and defaced the web site of the Atlanta chapter of InfraGard, an organization affiliated to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and leaked its user base.

  • News: Syria Internet service said to be restored

    The Internet in Syria was back on Saturday, a day after it was reported that two-thirds of Syrian networks had been cut off from the rest of the world in the wake of civil unrest in the country.

  • News: How Not to Do Twitter: The Rise and Fall of My Twitterverse

    I came a little late to the Twitter party. Once I embraced the basic concept, I set out to build a massive Twitter following--in all the wrong ways, and for all the wrong reasons. If you are new to Twitter, or trying to gain Twitter followers, perhaps you can learn from my mistakes.

  • News: 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux, Day 3: Where's my iTunes?

    OK, so Ubuntu Linux is all installed and ready to go. Now what?

  • News: Apple iCloud: An iOS User's Wish List

    The iCloud has gone from rumor, to speculation, to confirmed service. Now we just need the details. What will it do? How much will it cost? Just how magical will it be? Well, I don't have any privileged insight, but here are my predictions (a.k.a. "wish list") for what to expect from the iCloud.

  • News: E3 Preview: What We Want to See

    E3 starts this Tuesday (June 7), and if the rumors are any indication, this year's show will be one for the gaming history books. Read on to see what PCWorld's E3 Away Team is anticipating, and don't forget to follow PCWorld's Game On blog for up-to-the-minute E3 updates.

  • News: GamePro Weekly: E3, PSN, Call of Duty (cont'd)

    In our new weekly round-up of news, opinions, quotes and tweets from around the industry, Kat Bailey offers her take on next week's E3 press conferences, BioWare's fall from grace and more!

  • News: Australia to draft cybersecuity strategy paper

    In a sign of the growing government acceptance of cyber attacks as genuine threats to national security, Australia will develop its first Cyber White Paper.

  • News: Nokia Not Ready for a Tablet -- Yet

    If cell phone maker Nokia rolls out a tablet device one day, it will be late to a game where its competitors have a big head start.

  • News: How to check if Sony Pictures hack affects you

    A few computer clicks is all it takes to learn if you were a victim of the Sony Pictures hack attack, but be careful.

  • News: Sony Has Target on Back Thanks to Hackers

    It's not such a happy time over at Sony these days thanks to the bull's-eye on its back.

  • News: SMBs 'forsaking the cloud' in the downturn

    The majority (60 percent) of UK small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are focused on improving existing IT systems and processes in order to find efficiencies, instead of buying new systems.

  • News: New XCOM Coming Next March

    The return of classic alien-hunting franchise XCOM is set to take place in March of next year on PC, PS3 and 360.

  • News: RolePlayers' Realm VI: The Witcher 2 & Final Fantasy XIII-2

    Kat, Jason and special guest Kevin VanOrd settle in to discuss what some are already calling the best RPG of the year. Also: Richard from Japan stops by to chat about Pandora's Tower and Final Fantasy XIII-2!

  • News: Syria drops off the Internet amid turmoil

    Syria appears to be thelatest Middle eastern government to shut down access to the internet due to civil unrest.

  • News: PSN Welcome Back Available Today

    PSN is back, and Sony is understandably excited about this. You probably just want your free stuff, though, and now it's there for the taking.

  • News: Bugs & Fixes: Solve (Adobe CS5) print problems

    Adobe recently acknowledged a print-related bug affecting some users of Adobe Creative Suite 5 applications, especially Photoshop: When you click the Printer Settings button, nothing happens; the Printer dialog does not appear. The Adobe support article implies that the bug is restricted to Epson printers and occurs only if you have chosen "Printer Manages Color in Adobe Photoshop's Print dialog box" (which I believe is the default option). According to Apple, the symptom is most likely to appear if you have just changed printers via the Printer pop-up menu.

  • News: Car crashes into Apple Store in robbery attempt

    Details of a bizarre and ultimately unsuccessful attempted robbery on an Apple Store in North Carolina have emerged.



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