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  • News: SCM Helps Food and Beverage Companies Streamline Operations

    Corporate acquisitions can immediately impact your company's growth and revenue, but they may have an even bigger and more immediate effect on your IT team, which has to find the right strategies and technologies to mesh the existing and new companies together as one.

  • News: Anonymous, LulzSec vow to hack on

    In a defiant statement addressed largely at FBI director Steve Chabinsky, members of the Anonymous and LulzSec hacktivist groups vowed to continue with their hacking campaigns and dared law enforcement to try and stop them.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Patent-troll hunter

    I don't know if patent-troll hunting is a job, but if it is, well, let's just say I may consider a change in careers. Emboldened by a previous victory, one of these pesky firms is suing Apple a second time; elsewhere, the new MacBook Air falls to pieces, Apple sets its sights on box eradication, and Samsung backtracks on a poor decision. The remainders for Thursday, July 21, 2011 are locked and loaded.

  • News: T-Mobile securing Android phones with Good

    T-Mobile is hoping to make it easier for businesses to use Android phones by reselling secure e-mail services from Good Technology.

  • News: Change the labels, shift perspectives of security

    When hired into an organization, each person has a defined responsibility, set of skills and sphere of influence. In essence, each individual is an expert contributing to the success of the organization.

  • News: Rethinking How We Learn at Work

    I was recently at the MIT Center for Information Systems Research for a few of their summer briefings.

  • News: SOL: Exodus Aims to Bring Back Classic Space Combat

    SOL: Exodus from small Texan studio Seamless Entertainment is aiming to revive the ailing space combat genre.

  • News: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 to be Disc-Only Release

    Capcom has confirmed that the upcoming Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 will not be available as DLC, only as a standalone retail product.

  • News: What's new in Lion: Address Book

    In Lion, Address Book has been radically redesigned. For starters, it has been made to look like a traditional leather-and-paper address book: Pages fan out from a center with faux stitching and shadowing; they seem to be bound by a brown leather cover. The app now looks a lot like the Contacts app on the iPad.

  • News: QR Code Festival broadens reach of Korean films

    Korean film makers have come up with a novel use of technology to widen the availability of their films: they are posting links to them as QR codes on the film festival website. The Korean QR Code Film Festival runs until the end of July. QR Code apps are available for Google Android 2.3 smartphones, among others

  • News: Gala Coral bets on 10 year tech deal with Playtech

    Gala Coral, the betting and gaming group, has signed a 10-year systems deal with supplier Playtech.

  • News: MI5 improves IT systems after July 7 inquest recommendations

    MI5 is making improvements to some of its IT systems in response to recommendations made by the coroner at the inquests into the July 7 London bombings in 2005.

  • News: Ex-Bizarre Dev: Gaming Must Be Better than Drinking

    Speaking at the Develop conference in Brighton, ex-Bizarre Creations design manager Gareth Wilson has spoken frankly about the challenges developers face with new IPs.

  • News: NASA bids farewell to shuttle era with Atlantis landing

    As NASA's space shuttle Atlantis touched down for the final time early today, the 30-year space shuttle program came to a bittersweet end.

  • News: Anonymous Member Launches Diatribe Via Twitter

    LulzSec and Anonymous have breached the servers of some of the most powerful institutions in the world, supposedly in the name of justice. But a frank conversation on Twitter reveals that at least one of the central hacktivist leaders seems to be a jerk.

  • News: First Look: Safari 5.1

    Thanks to its new Reading List feature, Safari has gotten a lot of attention in Apple’s PR push for Mac OS X Lion. But the built-in Web browser for OS X, Safari 5.1, gets many other Lion-focused changes and improvements that are worth your attention.

  • News: Eyeball-scanning iPhone used by cops to ID suspects

    A blocky attachment to an Apple iPhone lets police officers snap a close-up of a suspect's eye and compare it to a database of scans. The system can ID a suspect in seconds. But should we have privacy concerns?

  • News: Mac Lion roars on new Apple MacBook Air models

    Apple extends its line of sleek, thin MacBook Air notebooks, with more powerful processors. And the high-speed Thunderbolt I/O has been added to them and to a new 27-inch desktop display and docking station.

  • News: Apple expands free Lion upgrade offer

    Apple on Wednesday offered details about its free Lion upgrade offer, saying the deal also applies to Macs bought from authorized resellers after the new operating system's debut.

  • News: AT&T revenue up on mobile data growth

    AT&T adds 5.6 million smartphones and a record number of other data devices to its mobile network during the second quarter.

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