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  • News: Mechanical Keyboards: Should You Switch?

    Ever stop and think about how your average, everyday PC keyboard doesn't have the same satisfying "click" that it used to? Well, some manufacturers still make mechanical switch keyboards that feel like the classic IBM Model M--and if you spend your work (or play) time typing away on a PC keyboard, it might be worth your while to switch out your membrane keyboard for a mechanical one. Depending on what you use with your PC, a mechanical keyboard could help you type more quickly and more accurately, and it will last far longer than a standard PC pack-in keyboard will.

  • News: Orange offers cloud-based secure access

    French operator Orange has expanded its cloud computing portfolio with Flexible SSL, a remote access service that allows users to connect with enterprise resources securely, it said on Monday.

  • News: Groupon rebrands, repositions in India

    Less than a year after it acquired popular Indian shopping deals site SoSasta.com, Groupon is changing the name of the site to Crazeal.com, and plans to focus on deals from premium merchants in each category.

  • News: Oracle Openworld 2011: Oracle User Groups launch Fusion apps roadmap tool

    The International Oracle Users Group Community (IOUC) has unveiled the tool for helping users understand Fusion Applications, at Oracle’s Openworld conference in San Francisco.

  • News: Fusion-io doubles flash card's speed, capacity; halves price

    Fusion-io today released the first upgrade to its flash drive hardware in four years, increasing throughput to 3GBps and the capacity of a full-length flash card to 2.4TB.

  • News: Video: Toshiba announces three new Tablets

    Toshiba used its Ceatec press conference Monday to recap its strategy spanning small, medium and large screens.

  • News: Video: Japan to get 110 Mbps mobile network

    Softbank, will launch a data network that will deliver downloads of up to 110 Mbps in November 2011,

  • News: Samsung to alter Galaxy Tab 10.1 to halt Australian legal action

    Samsung has voluntarily offered to remove some of the features from its latest tablet PC, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, in a bid to stop a sales ban imposed on the device in Australia.

  • News: Top 9 Firefox fixes

    Hot on the heels of the recent debut of Firefox 6, the Mozilla development team is in the midst of a rapid release schedule. Among the improvements promised in versions 7 to 9, here's a countdown of the ones that we think are most important.

  • News: The future of malware

    Personal information belonging to a full third of Massachusetts residents has been compromised in one way or another, according to the state's attorney general, citing statistics gleaned from a tough new data breach reporting law.

  • News: Biometrics scares most people

    Biometrics — the security method for identifying an individual by making a match of fingerprints, iris, face, voice, DNA and other unique physical traits — scares people, an industry leader in the field acknowledged this week. But enterprise technology managers say there's no doubt biometrics is a boon to enterprise security.

  • News: Toshiba to sell 5TB home media server in Japan

    Toshiba announced a new home media server with five terabytes of storage on Monday: It has enough capacity to store 15 days of digital TV broadcasts from six channels.

  • News: JavaOne celebrates the success of enterprise Java

    The annual conference schedule also addresses JavaFX and Java support for HTML5

  • News: 68% of firms believe social media is a serious security threat

    More than two thirds (68 percent) of UK firms believe staff using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter in the office is a serious security threats, says Websense.

  • News: Google's first ever store hits London

    Google's first ever high-street store has opened in London.

  • News: Massive Security Vulnerability in HTC Android Phones Claimed

    Security researchers say they've uncovered a flaw in several smartphone models produced by HTC that gives any application that has Internet access the keys to a trove of information on the phone, including e-mail addresses, GPS locations, phone numbers, and text message data.

  • News: Microsoft gets $444 million windfall from Android patents

    Google’s Android could be making arch-rival Microsoft a cool $444 million (£285 million) in patent levies, a Goldman Sachs analyst has estimated, and not much short of what it makes from its own Windows Phone OS.

  • News: New Google Maps Feature Lets You 'Helicopter' Preview Routes

    Google Maps now includes a cool new feature that lets you preview a route with a 3D birdseye animation, whether you're driving, walking, biking or using mass transit.

  • News: Alibaba's Jack Ma interested in buying Yahoo

    Jack Ma, chairman and CEO of Alibaba Group, said on Friday at an event at Stanford University that he was interested in acquiring Yahoo, according to reports, making this the first public overture by the Chinese company which is about 40 percent owned by Yahoo.

  • News: Q&A: Why consumerization won't kill corporate IT

    Yes, the cloud is doing more nuts-and-bolts IT functions. But that doesn't mean corporate IT is dead, says Forrester analyst Matthew Brown.



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