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  • News: Indian outsourcers' quality hit by staff issues

    The service quality at top Indian outsourcers is dropping as they scramble to hire staff to cope with an unexpected surge in demand, analysts said.

  • News: TI blames Nokia for lower Q2 revenue forecast

    Texas Instruments has lowered its revenue forecast for the second fiscal quarter due to lower demand for its products from Nokia.

  • News: HP TouchPad Release Revealed on Amazon, Later Than Expected

    After a splashy launch earlier this year, the HP TouchPad has remained conspicuously absent from the current tablet crush. Mind you, that wasn't entirely unexpected--the company never did name a timeline beyond "summer" at that launch event, and it was only in March that CEO Leo Apotheker mentioned June as the tablet's release date. Now, we have two leaks online indicating that July 17 may be the big unveil.

  • News: IBM brings high-performance computing to the cloud

    IBM hopes to help companies more efficiently use their high-performance computing resources with new software that links separate pools of resources into a single private cloud.

  • News: Sony's Qriocity back everywhere except Japan

    Sony began restoring full service on its Qriocity entertainment network to users in most countries on Thursday, a month and a half after the service was forced offline by a hack of its servers.

  • News: Fusion-io prices its IPO at $19 per share

    Flash storage company Fusion-io, which counts Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak as its chief scientist, has priced its initial public offering (IPO) at US$19 per share, valuing the company at about $1.5 billion.

  • News: Police: Mac technician installed spyware to photograph women

    He was hired to fix their computers, but police say that Trevor Harwell instead installed spyware software that took candid photos of his clients in various states of undress.

  • News: Green IT winning favour with CIOs: Survey

    Organisations using 'Green' IT has increased 5 per cent during the second half of last year with nearly three-quarters of CIOs having deployed more environmentally sustainable products and services, according to a new survey.

  • News: 4D introduces platform for building Web-based business apps

    The company's open source Wakanda technology is a unified environment based on JavaScript

  • News: Startup targets flash memory latency

    VeloBit makes SSD more viable without making you rip out existing storage systems and applications.

  • News: Remote Controlled Dog Goes Where You Tell It To

    Most people with a dog typically have to train the furry beast to go or come when you want. Luckily, with a laser and an R/C car hack, you can remotely control your dog and forget all that silly training. Oh, and did I mention lasers? Yes, lasers.

  • News: Say Goodbye to Google Search Portals for Linux, Mac and More

    Fans of Linux, Microsoft and Macs used to be able to search for information about those topics on Google using specialized search tools that narrowed the results to a focused set of highly relevant Web sites.

  • News: Forrester: Don't wait for the business to set its strategy

    Forget about IT and business alignment. We can’t sit around waiting for the business to set strategy and then build an IT strategy for it.

  • News: HP: Oracle is legally bound to reverse Itanium decision

    Oracle's decision in March to stop developing software for Intel's Itanium chips is in violation of "legally-binding commitments" Oracle has made to Hewlett-Packard and the companies' approximately 40,000 shared customers, HP said Wednesday.

  • News: Facebook Privacy: How to Block Facial Recognition

    You know those really unflattering photos on Facebook that you untagged at lightning speed? Now might be a good time to delete them...or at least check up on one new privacy setting.

  • News: Roundup: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

    E3 isn't over, but the big announcements from Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony have already been made. As the dust settles from the kickoff press conferences and keynotes, PCWorld's editors attending E3 weigh-in on the big wins, the news that disappointed, and the news that made them miss appointments.

  • News: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 -- Four Things to Know

    If the shoulder-to-shoulder crowds inside Activision's E3 booth were any indication, the Call of Duty series is still a huge deal. The good news is that I was able to slip away from the mob for a closer look at two single-player missions in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The bad news is that the entire demo was hands-off.

  • News: Rovio readies cookbook, new games, China push

    China will be a key market as Finland-based Rovio continues to build on the phenomenal success of Angry Birds, while starting work on new games and a cookbook, Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka said in speech at the Open Mobile Summit conference in London on Wednesday.

  • News: Industry upbeat about IPv6 Day despite low traffic volume

    It's been billed by its organizers as the most important day for the future of the Internet, but so far World IPv6 Day has probably served to confirm what the industry already knows about the 128-bit protocol on which the 21st century digital society will be built -- there is not a lot of it about.

  • News: Verizon Faces Complaint for Blocking Tethering Apps

    Verizon Wireless is going back on its word and trying to cage a wild beast that yearns to be free, according to a complaint filed with the FCC over the mobile carrier's decision to block third-party tethering apps on Android phones.



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