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  • News: iPhone 4S sales top 4 million units over weekend

    Apple, whose online and physical stores were swamped Friday with demand for the new iPhone 4S, says it sold more than 4 million of the new devices over the weekend.

  • News: Video: Apple consumers buy the iPhone 4S

    Dedicated Apple fans stood in line in downtown San Francisco to buy the newest iPhone, the IPhone 4S. It has a better camera than any previous iPhone, with 8 megapixels, which is why some decided to upgrade.

  • News: Gartner: CIOs need to demand projects with measurable results

    Chief information officers must insist that IT staff time is primarily geared towards projects with measurable results, according to Gartner.

  • News: SMBs ready to embrace managed services

    With technology becoming more complex and access to skilled IT staff more expensive, remote monitoring and management automation software vendor N-able has gathered managed service providers (MSPs) at its annual N-Able Summit to help them learn how to tap the growth potential in the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market.

  • News: iPhone 4S Sells 4 Million in Just 3 Days

    Apple's new iPhone has been flying out of retail and warehouse shelves at an unprecedented rate. The company announced Monday morning that it has sold more than 4 million units of the iPhone 4S in just three days.

  • News: Scareware spread from popular torrent site via malvertizing

    Some of the users who visited KickassTorrents (KAT), one of the most popular torrent trackers on the Internet, over the weekend had the nasty surprise of being infected with a rogue antivirus program called "Security Sphere 2012."

  • News: SAP's largest Business ByDesign engagement inked in Canada

    After bringing its on-demand enterprise resource planning (ERP) to the Canadian market in February, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has inked its largest worldwide Business ByDesign win to date right here in Canada.

  • News: Ciena moving forward with Nortel business, partners

    Nearly two years after Ciena Corp. emerged as the successful bidder for Nortel Networks' Metro Ethernet Networks business with a $769 million offer, the networking company gathered its channel partners in Ottawa recently to update them on the company's go-to-market strategy and technology roadmap.

  • News: Cloud requires critical mass to achieve cost-savings

    Many companies find once they're into cloud computing, they keep getting pulled deeper as they try to achieve the critical mass necessary to reach the promised cost savings vendors have assured the cloud could deliver.

  • News: Desktop PCs still resilient in the SMB: HP

    Analysts and other not disinterested observers have lately been trumpeting the end of the "PC era" and the looming obsolescence of the personal computer as an endpoint in the wake of the tablet revolution, but vendor Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) still sees resilience in the PC market, and has a new desktop offering targeted and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

  • News: Anchoring IT

    Pieter Bakker joined Ports of Auckland (POAL) as CIO/general manager information technology four years ago, following two decades of IT leadership roles across various New Zealand corporates.

  • News: iPhone 4S sales top 4 million; 25 million iOS 5 upgrades

    Apple on Monday announced that it sold more than four million of its new iPhone 4S since the device went on sale on October 14. The company also announced that more than 25 million customers already upgraded to iOS 5 in that operating system’s first five days of availability, and more than 20 million customers signed up for iCloud.

  • News: Apple's Success is Also Google's Gain as Mobile Advertising Balloons

    Google is smiling as more people snap up smartphones thanks to its advertising prowess, and Apple’s success with the iPhone 4S will further pad the Internet search leader’s bottom line.

  • News: Video Game Uses Brain to Control Action

    Video games often require children to use their hands to control the action, but a new one released by a collaboration that includes an Australian researcher invites kids to use their brains -- literally.

  • News: Is Your Car Tweeting? -- What's Next for Connected Devices

    Imagine having your car text you when it needs a tune-up, or having your electricity meter warn you when your electricity bill is likely to exceed your budget. Ten years ago, this sounded like science fiction, but thanks to recent efforts by the mobile industry organization GSMA and vendors AT&T and Qualcomm, this sort of technology is closer than ever.

  • News: How to Extend the Loan Period of a Borrowed E-Book

    If you subscribe to the belief that rules are made to be broken, read on.

  • News: Sleazy Ads on Android Devices Push Bogus 'Battery Upgrade' Warnings

    Scareware has gone mobile: Users of Android devices are starting to see sleazy ads warning that they need to upgrade their device's battery. The supposed battery-saver apps that those ads prod you to download, however, could endanger your privacy or siphon money from your wallet--and generally they'll do nothing to improve your gadget's battery life, security experts say.

  • News: Electronic Privacy Act Turns 25; No Reason to Celebrate

    Technology has changed a lot since 1986, when the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) became law. Cell phones no longer look like bricks. Thirteen-pound laptops, such as the IBM PC Convertible with a processor running at 4.77 MHz and 256KB of memory, aren't considered svelte. We even have something called the World Wide Web, an unknown to cybernauts in that year.

  • News: Hack Brings Siri Voic Control to Older iPhone 4, Sort Of

    If you're wondering why you would ever want to jailbreak your iPhone, how about this: one hacker claims to have a rudimentary version of the Siri voice-enabled personal assistant running on an iPhone 4. Ireland-based hacker Steve Troughton-Smith, who uncovered the iPhone's Internet tethering capabilities in 2009, recently posted a screenshot of what he said was Siri running on his iPhone 4.

  • News: Cook gives Apple holiday bonus

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has given the company's entire staff some extra time off



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