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  • News: Gov't centralises procurement of IT and other goods

    The UK government has centralised the procurement of common goods and services following the recommendations outlined in Sir Philip Green’s efficiency review.

  • News: Mozilla Labs launches browser-like Webian interface

    Mozilla Labs has become the latest developer to float a new prototype user interface for PCs, the Webian Shell, which reinvents the web browser as a complete replacement for the desktop.

  • News: Namibia Telecom withdraws from Neotel, Mundo Startel

    Telecom Namibia's move to withdraw investments in Angola and South Africa to concentrate on its local market is the latest sign of a wave of frustration that is sweeping through the Southern Africa telecom market.

  • News: Apple updates Find My iPhone

    Apple has updated the Find My iPhone app so that it better handles your offline devices. Find My iPhone can locate, send messages to, and play sounds on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch--but apparently Apple prefers the app's current name to "Find My Miscellaneous iOS Device."

  • News: E3: Ridge Racer for PlayStation Vita

    Because it just wouldn't be the same to have a new Sony system without a Ridge Racer title announced for it, Namco Bandai has revealed that it's working on the literally-titled Ridge Racer for PlayStation Vita.

  • News: Sony Says Sorry for PSN Outage, Reveals PlayStation Vita

    We're really, really sorry for the PlayStation Network outage, and thanks for sticking by us--the gist of Sony's E3 press conference intro, as Sony Computer Entertainment American president and CEO Jack Tretton took the stage to address "the elephant in the room."

  • News: Phishing still rules, because we're still gullible

    Despite more than a decade of warnings, users still readily fall for phishing attacks.

  • News: The Good and Bad of E3 Day 1 (cont'd)

    More Kinect games, a $249.99 PlayStation Vita and Battlefield. We highlight the good (and bad) of E3 so far!

  • News: Free LA Noire short stories eBook on iTunes

    An anthology of short stories written for and inspired by the fictionalised events of LA Noire will be available as a free download for a limited time on the iTunes Store in Australia. The collection of stories can be downloaded through iTunes, or on the iBooks app on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

  • News: iOS 5 finally gets custom notification tones

    Apple this morning unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 5, particularly focussing on an overhauled notifications system, an 'iMessage' service, wireless syncing, a 'Newsstand' app, and built-in Twitter integration. However, one of the 200 new iOS 5 features overlooked by many media outlets is custom notification tones for SMS, e-mail and voicemail sounds. Hurrah!

  • News: E3: Sly 4 Coming 2012

    Sony has announced something we've been expecting for quite some time now: a new Sly Cooper game featuring everyone's favorite larcenous raccoon.

  • News: Dell opens cloud computing center in Dublin

    Dell on Tuesday said it was opening a research and development center in Dublin that will be focused on the development and delivery mechanisms for cloud applications.

  • News: Apple releases iTunes 10.3 beta, adds iBookstore

    Though iCloud proper won't be out until the fall, users who want to try out Apple's new iTunes in the Cloud feature can do so by downloading the new iTunes 10.3 beta, available from Apple's Website.

  • News: iTunes in the Cloud Versus Other Music Services

    The introduction of Apple's iCloud service, plus iTunes integration--announced during Steve Jobs's keynote address at this morning's Worldwide Developers Conference--was arguably the most significant announcement of the day. The big question about Apple's iTunes in the Cloud offering is, How does it compare to Google Music Beta and Amazon Cloud Drive?

  • News: 5 Productivity Boosters in OS X Lion

    While iOS 5 looks like a bit of a snooze, today's announcement of OS X Lion looks like a productivity geek's playland. Better navigation throughout the OS, improved file management, and cool sharing features should make Lion well worth its $30 price tag. Here are five ways it'll make Mac users more efficient.

  • News: Oracle upgrades JDeveloper IDE

    JDeveloper 11g, Release 2 features modular architecture and a visual editing environment for enterprise Java Web developers

  • News: Intuit links QuickBooks to Web, mobile apps

    Intuit Anywhere offers widgets and data services for seamless integration between QuickBooks and other small-business apps

  • News: Anonymous hacks Indian site in fight against corruption

    Hacker group Anonymous has come out in support of a civil movement against corruption in India by hacking one of the websites of a government IT organization.

  • News: High on iCloud, Apple slates MobileMe's demise

    Apple told MobileMe subscribers Monday that the sync and storage service will be shuttered next year.

  • News: E3 2011: Microsoft focuses on Kinect; no news on Xbox 720

    At E3 last night, Microsoft focused heavily on Kinect, rather than hinting about future hardware - such as the Xbox 720.



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