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  • News: It's official: Games are art

    The US federal government's National Endowment for the Arts program has declared video games a valid form of art, and eligible for funding.

  • News: LinkedIn to sell shares for $32-$35 in upcoming IPO

    Professional social networking site LinkedIn is gearing up for its initial public offering, reporting that it plans to offer 7.84 million shares for $32 to $35 per share.

  • News: Google linking Android to App Engine cloud

    Eclipse-based development tools to be unveiled

  • News: PSN service 'back by May 31'

    A Sony spokesperson claims that the PS3 and PSP's online service will be back up and running by May 31 -- which would bring the total downtime to 41 days.

  • News: Smartphone users demand print capabilities

    Smartphone users are frustrated by their inability to print from their iPhones, BlackBerrys and Android mobiles.

  • News: Cisco and NSS Labs still arguing firewall vulnerability test results

    NSS Labs today is expected to say four out of five vendors -- Palo Alto Networks, Juniper, Fortinet and SonicWall -- whose firewall equipment it said was vulnerable to a hacker exploit have corrected the problem. The fifth, Cisco, maintains its ASA firewall isn't susceptible to the exploit known as the "TCP Split Handshake," which lets an attacker remotely fool the firewall into thinking an IP connection is a trusted one behind the firewall.

  • News: Google Voice: Are You Missing Out on Coolest Features?

    Google and Sprint didn't exactly cover themselves in glory last week. The much hyped integration of Google Voice and Sprint fell flat on its face, embarrassing both companies and irritating an unknown number of users who simply couldn't make the two systems talk to each other.

  • News: Facebook Tips: Hide Recent Activity; Shorten Status Tags

    Two new updates to Facebook's activity streams rolled out last week: One, a much-requested feature that lets you hide your recent activity from your friends; and the other, an easier way to tag friends in a status update. Here's what you need to know about both.

  • News: IT Pay Creeps Up After Two-Year Downward Spiral

    After two years of pay cuts and stagnating wages, IT salaries are once again on the rise, driven by demand for contract and permanent IT staff, according to IT staffing industry executives.

  • News: Cross-platform botnet targets both Windows and Mac users

    A McAfee researcher has discovered a Java-based, cross-platform botnet that can infect both Mac and Windows macines.

  • News: Samsung Infuse 4G: What You Need To Know

    Samsung's Android-based Infuse 4G with its 4.5-inch super AMOLED screen is coming to AT&T on May 15 for $200 with a new two-year contract.

  • News: Information Commissioner publishes advice on new EU cookies law

    The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has published advice for UK businesses on how they can comply with a new EU law on the use of cookie technology.

  • News: Watch Out for Adobe Phishing Scams

    There are phishing scams out there targeting Adobe users. Make sure you know how to recognize and avoid these threats when they arrive in your Inbox.

  • News: Windows Phone 7 Update Fills in (Some) Missing Features

    Windows Phone 7's big fall update is getting even bigger with two crucial features: turn-by-turn directions and speech-to-text messages.

  • News: Startups offer tools to ease IT's pain

    If you want to know what IT tools and technologies you'll be using in a few years, it pays to keep an eye on startups that are focused on enterprise technologies.

  • News: IT caught in crossfire when it comes to smartphone privacy

    The news that iPhones, iPads and Android devices secretly track the locations of their owners poses a potentially serious dilemma for IT staffs. If someone's manager asks IT to retrieve that data and hand it over, what should IT do? We certainly have to acknowledge that a device that's used for business purposes but automatically tracks personal information blurs the line between personal and corporate information.

  • News: Data centres experiment with new power sources

    Data centre power usage is soaring - the US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that data center energy requirements will double in the next five years. To address that surge in energy use, some companies are turning to alternative sources of energy, including solar arrays, natural gas turbines, wind power, fuel cells and hydro power. But one big question is whether these power sources will deliver a return on investment in the near future.

  • News: IEEE investigates Ethernet bandwidth needs

    The IEEE standards body is forming a committee to assess the future bandwidth needs of large organizations and service providers, with an eye toward next steps in Ethernet standards.

  • News: Dell extends data center line for virtualization

    LAS VEGAS -- At the Interop trade show this week, Dell will expand its networking, server and storage product lines to help users migrate from legacy data centers to those more heavily reliant on virtualization.

  • News: Google Apps Tops Exchange at Cinram

    When manufacturing firm Cinram International migrated from Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps, the company saw 'a night-and-day difference' in the cost of the systems and the vendors' customer service.



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