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  • News: CloudSwing allows you to assemble open-source cloud stacks

    Developers and enterprise IT shops will soon have another option for PaaS (platform as a service) in the form of CloudSwing, an upcoming offering from OpenLogic that builds on its core business of providing technical support for open-source software.

  • News: Intel gives Ultrabooks a $300M investment boost

    Intel on Wednesday said it would invest US$300 million in companies that develop new technologies for Ultrabooks, a class of thin and light laptops promoted as an alternative to tablet PCs.

  • News: Verizon readying new VCast Apps store

    Verizon Wireless will introduce a new version of its VCast Apps store to developers at its Verizon Developer Conference in September, improving the experience for both app creators and consumers, an executive said Wednesday.

  • News: Second quarter sees strong demand for IT staff: survey

    Demand for permanent IT staff was strong during the second quarter of the year, from April to June, and continues to be high into the third quarter, says Tom Derbyshire, manager of recruitment firm Robert Walters' IT division in Auckland.

  • News: Survey: HK shoppers willing to buy through mobile apps

    Companies in Hong Kong might want to consider opportunities offered by mobile apps marketing, given 54 percent of brand-related mobile apps users are willing to buy through apps downloaded onto their smartphones, said local researchers Wednesday.

  • News: Hong Kong Exchange website might be hacked

    The Hong Kong Stock Exchange suspended trading in several shares on Wednesday following a glitch in its online news service that might be caused by hacking, said the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) chief executive Charles Li.

  • News: OnLive Launching in September, Giving Out Free Systems

    Cloud-based gaming service will be launching in the UK in September, and they'll be handing out free MicroConsoles as Eurogamer Expo 2011.

  • News: No GBA Games for Late 3DS Owners

    Nintendo's Amabassador program is a pretty nice deal for current 3DS owners. On September 1, they'll be able to download 10 NES Virtual Console games to their system including:

  • News: Farmville in Danger, Hackers Plan to Attack Facebook

    In this video, allegedly from the hacker group Anonymous (the group made infamous in gaming circles for the involvement in the recent Sony hacks), a group reveals their plans to take down Facebook on November 5.

  • News: Sprint to launch cloud services this fall

    Sprint will offer cloud services to all sizes of businesses in the fourth quarter, a Sprint executive said on Wednesday.

  • News: These Square Enix DS Games are Discounted on Amazon Today

    Because, honestly, how many copies of Chrono Trigger is too many copies? Our Supreme Overlords of Capitalism over at Amazon.com are currently discounting a few quality Square Enix titles for the Nintendo DS: Chrono Trigger (originally $19.99) is going for $14.99; The World Ends With You (also $19.99) is now $14.99; Kingdom Hearts: Re:coded (once $34.99) is being offered for $19.99; and [

  • News: Target's Also Selling the Nintendo 3DS for $170 a Bit Early

    As reported by Joystiq, Target has "gone Walmart," one might say (nobody would say that) and is already offering the Nintendo 3DS handheld device at its reduced price of $169.99, a whole two days before it was supposed to. Crazy times we live in! First that whole debt ceiling thing, and now this.

  • News: Walmart shuttering its digital music store on August 29

    The battle for the digital music arena has lost one of its earliest players, as Walmart announced Tuesday that after almost eight years in the business, the Walmart.com Music Downloads store will shut its virtual doors on August 29.

  • News: Apple also filed suit against Motorola Xoom in Europe

    Apple isn't just going after the Samsung Galaxy Tab in Europe, it's also attacking the Motorola Xoom.

  • News: Clearwire's new CEO faces big challenges in the LTE race

    Clearwire announced a new president and CEO: Eric Prusch, most recently the company's COO and former CFO. He faces big challenges rolling out an LTE network to compete with rivals like Verizon and AT&T.

  • News: Customer accuses Infor of betrayal in software lawsuit

    An Infor customer is alleging the ERP (enterprise resource planning) vendor betrayed a long-standing trust between the companies in order to sell it software that utterly failed to perform as promised.

  • News: South Sudan gets own 'ss' domain

    South Sudan, the World's newest country, got its country domain today. South Sudan's online presence will be donated by '.ss'. The country became independent on 9 July 2011 following a peace agreement in 2005 that ended a secession war with the Republic of Sudan.

  • News: Google Apps Catapult BI-LO Supermarkets to the Cloud

    A good indicator that you're in need of a new email system is when your entire executive team offers to be part of a pilot group for a new platform.

  • News: Kindle Cloud Reader Joins Uprising Against Apple App Store

    In an effort to shake Apple’s App store dominance, Amazon and Walmart today separately launched Web apps--not iOS apps--that will escape Apple’s 30 percent sales tax by not appearing in Apple’s app store.

  • News: Amazon launches Kindle Cloud Reader, avoiding Apple's rules

    If you can’t beat the rules, go around ‘em. That seems to be the idea behind Amazon’s new Web-based Kindle Cloud Reader, a transparent attempt to give iPad readers direct access to both their Kindle books and the Amazon bookstore without cutting Apple a 30-percent slice of the pie.



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