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  • News: Digital Art Exhibition Celebrates Lara Croft

    It seems like just yesterday that we were all commenting on Lara Croft's pyramid-shaped breasts in the original Tomb Raider (not to mention the fact that they were considerably bigger in the CG cutscenes than in the game itself) but it seems that 15 years have passed since our favorite female archaeologist first graced our games systems. To celebrate, Crystal Dynamics, the current owners of the Tomb Raider franchise, are celebrating with a digital art exhibition.

  • News: Fujitsu workers call off Tory party conference protest

    Staff at Fujitsu, represented by trade union Unite, have called off a strike and a demonstration at the Conservative party conference today.

  • News: Live feed: Apple's iPhone 5 event

    We're live blogging as Apple's new CEO Tim Cook hosts Apple's iPhone 5 event. Rumours point to changes to the new iPhone's hardware including a wider screen size, a processor upgrade, more memory, and changes to the shape of the case as well as the material used for the case.

  • News: Will Today's Apple Event Bring iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or Both?

    As with most Apple events, today's "Let's Talk iPhone" event is causing speculation to run rife across the Internet. Many people seem convinced that the iPhone 5 will make its long-awaited appearance at the event today, while others are more doubtful.

  • News: Self-service IT: Are users up to the task?

    Self-service procurement. Self-service business intelligence. Self-service recovery. User provisioning in private clouds. It's a wondrous world for end users these days as IT departments roll out tools that hand them the reins to the data and services they desire, whether it's instant access to their employee benefits account or a deep dive into corporate data stacks that were once off-limits.

  • News: Cloud storage arrays to generate $1.45B in 2015

    An analysis of the cloud storage market, both public and private, released by Gartner today showed that the market is on pace to total $417.3 million in 2011, a 56% increase from 2010 and it will reach $1.4B by 2015.

  • News: Mozilla aims to add silent updating to Firefox 10

    A year after it pulled the plug on silent updates in Firefox 4, Mozilla said it will debut most of the behind-the-scenes feature by early next year.

  • News: Resident Evil Revelations Releasing on February 7

    Preorder a copy of the upcoming new Resident Evil game for 3DS from GameStop and you can get your hands on a cool light-reactive protective case for your system.

  • News: Intel's McAfee unit agrees to buy NitroSecurity

    Intel's McAfee unit is acquiring NitroSecurity in an effort to speed up risk and threat assessment capabilities via its security products, Intel said Tuesday.

  • News: iPhone 5 Expected to Break Sales Record

    Anticipation is always high around the release of a new iPhone, and analysts expect the fifth-generation version of the device to live up to the hype and possibly break sales records.

  • News: Oracle's Exadata means changes for DBAs

    Oracle's Exadata database machine can deliver the performance improvements the vendor claims, but also demands that IT shops and database administrators undergo a shift in thinking as well as attain new skills, a number of experts said this week at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.

  • News: In face of massive cybersecurity threat, government security dawdles

    At a time when the cyberthreat level is at its peak, many federal agencies continue to struggle with IT security.

  • News: Kindle Fire Preorders: 95,000 Units Sold

    Amazon's Kindle Fire had a decent first day of preorders, with 95,000 units sold, according to third-party research firm eDataSource.

  • News: iPad Data LP: Security Savior or Strong-Arm Tactic

    Symantec unveiled its Data Loss Prevention for Tablets today, which forces Internet traffic on an iPad through a virtual private network and inspects outgoing traffic. It's good security, but does it defeat the purpose of owning an iPad to begin with?

  • News: iPhone 'playing key role in boosting smartphone market'

    Sales of Apple's iPhone will continue to help the rapid expansion of the global smartphone market, according to a market research firm.

  • News: Apple rejects Samsung's peace deal

    Apple has turned down Samsung's offer to disable some key features on its Galaxy Tab 10.1 so the device's Australian launch can go ahead.

  • News: iPhone 5 emails aim to infect recipients' computers

    Scammers are exploiting interest in today's iPhone announcement to try and trick Windows users into installing malware on their PCs.

  • News: iCloud is a bigger deal than the new iPhone

    Apple's big iPhone event later today has naturally generated a retinue of rumors, almost all them focused on hardware. Will Apple announce one new iPhone or two? Will the next-generation device retain the basic iPhone 4 shape and design? What about the prospect for voice-activated assistance software?

  • News: Lessons from the RSA breach

    In the world of ICT security "the fundamental threat landscape has changed" -- again -- in the past 18 months, says Andy Solterbeck, Australia-NZ general manager for security specialist RSA.

  • News: The new advisor to the CIO

    Avneesh Saxena, group vice president, Domain Research Group, IDC Asia Pacific, predicts the rise of a sourcing specialist who will act as a trusted advisor on the cloud for CIOs.



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