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  • News: The Week in iOS Accessories: Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!

    We've already seen iPhone-controlled helicopters. This week, we bring you iOS-controlled monster trucks. We can only hope that an iOS-controlled navy is on the way. If that's not your thing, there are also some new AirPlay-enabled speaker systems on the market. Here are some of the accessories that caught our eye this week.

  • News: Windows 8: 5 Things We Might See At BUILD

    The buzz is building over Microsoft's BUILD conference that starts Tuesday, where the company will provide more details about Windows 8, which the company bills as the most radical change in its OS since Windows 95. "In 1995, Windows changed the PC," Microsoft says. "BUILD will show you that Windows 8 change everything." But what everyone's wondering is whether Windows 8 will change everything for better or worse?

  • News: AT&T to offer three Mango smartphones this fall

    AT&T will launch three new Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" phones this fall while updating its existing four Windows Phone 7 smartphones with the new mobile operating sysem, the carrier said.

  • News: HP introduces new Enterprise security software

    Hewett-Packard is expanding its Enterprise Security Solutions portfolio to help businesses deal with persistent security threats from cloud computing and social media.

  • News: How BI is helping to predict fashion trends

    Elie Tahari, the upscale women's fashion brand and retail chain, has a pretty good idea which of its styles customers will want.

  • News: HP's 'Secure Boardroom' gives execs comprehensive view of corporate security posture

    HP today unveiled "Secure Boardroom," an online portal where the corporate CEO, CIO and risk officer can be presented with a view of technical and business information related to operational security.

  • News: Oversupply Triggers Drop in RAM Prices

    The price of DDR3 memory chips used in laptops, desktops and servers is expected to drop over the next two months because of a slowing PC market.

  • News: Indian NASSCOM delegation set to boost Africa business ties

    As part of its Global Trade Development Initiative to explore new geographies for its members, India's National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) is set to send a delegation to Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya about India, identify potential companies for partnership and build a long term engagement program.

  • News: Judge Rules EA has Right to Depict College Football Players

    U.S. District Court dismisses former NCAA athlete's suit, declares that EA's right to free speech outweighs player's right to control the use of his name and likeness.

  • News: Rose DSi XL Another Reminder That Nintendo Doesn't Get Money

    Another Nintendo DSi XL in yet another color scheme is heading to stores, reminding us that the 17-month old portable system still costs exactly the same as a 3DS.

  • News: Why the Droid Bionic Looks Great for Work

    The Droid Bionic has finally arrived. At $300 with a two year contract, the Bionic brings together 4G LTE service, a dual-core processor, a large screen, and Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Here’s the low-down on why those features look great for doing business.

  • News: Google Wants Seat at Dinner Table With Zagat Buy

    Google’s acquisition of Zagat -- a trusted source of restaurant, hotel and destination reviews -- shows the Internet search leader means business about creating and maintaining original content in a way it hasn't before.

  • News: Security vendors push intrusion-detection, professional services

    Established vendors and startups last week announced products and services for network intrusion-detection and outsourced security management.

  • News: New EU agency to manage large IT systems with citizen data

    The European Union’s General Affairs Council on Monday approved plans to establish of a pan-European agency to manage its large-scale IT systems.

  • News: EU votes to extend music copyright lifetime

    Despite last-ditch attempts last week by 41 European parliamentarians to block it, the European General Affairs Council on Monday approved plans to extend the copyright protection time for music recordings from 50 to 70 years.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Slings and arrows

    It's time for another edition of our weekly iPad case roundup. This week's selection covers the usual variety, but it also shows how the iPad has become a fashion symbol, as well as a tool that's indispensable to people in all walks of life. It also answers the eternal question: Will an iPad survive a launch from a catapult?

  • News: Wireless Technology Firm Makes Buzz in Washington

    Wireless technology firm LightSquared isn’t a household name, but it is getting a lot of buzz in Congress.

  • News: Netflix Now Works on Android 2.2 and 2.3 Devices

    Netflix customers who want to watch the latest shows on the go using their smartphones have gotten some good news, but not everyone will be able to share in the party.

  • News: Microsoft, Google Suffer Outages: Can You Trust the Cloud?

    The cloud is falling! The cloud is falling! No, seriously. It keeps falling. If it's not Google Docs or Gmail, it's Microsoft's Office 365, Hotmail, and SkyDrive. The issues encountered over the past week or so--and the sporadic-but-too-frequent-to-ignore outages before that--raise serious questions about just how dependable cloud-based services really are.

  • News: Salesforce Alternatives: 5 CRM Services for Small Businesses

    Customer relationship management (CRM) programs have a bad reputation for being overly technical, burdensome to implement, and a chore to use. This can certainly be true of some services, especially for owners of small to medium-size businesses who lack the funds or resources to customize the CRM properly to meet their company's needs. Salesforce, for example, is popular but not necessarily lightweight or easy to get off the ground.



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