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  • News: iPhone 5G scam targets Windows systems

    Spam email messages using an iPhone '5G' as bait could seriously affect the health of your Windows systems, though Mac OS and iOS users needn't worry.

  • News: Mac OS X Lion 10.7 to launch on 14 June?

    Reports suggest that Apple will launch Mac OS X 10.7 next Tuesday, just one week after unveiling it at its WorldWide Developer Conference.

  • News: Fujitsu workers to be balloted on strike action over victimised union rep

    Unite has notified Fujitsu of plans to ballot its members working at the IT giant for strike action, over the “victimisation” of one of its union activists.

  • News: Foreign Office to slash over a third of IT costs

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has announced plans to cut 30 to 40 percent from its IT costs.

  • News: HP jobs may be sent to India

    Up to 200 HP staff could lose their jobs under the government’s plans to offshore work to India, prompting the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union to warn of potential industrial action.

  • News: IT security regulations totally out of date

    The legal framework in which businesses operate their IT and data security is “totally outdated” and “from the 20th Century, attempting to tackle problems in the 21st”, according to a panel of experts.

  • News: Ready for Firefox 6? Here's What's on the Way

    Mozilla's Firefox 5 browser may have only just entered the beta phase, but thanks to the project's new, faster development schedule, the next version is already alive and kicking.

  • News: PlayStation 4 launch date rumour round-up

    PC Advisor has rounded up all the news and speculation about the PS4 launch date, price, specs and other details. Updated, 6 June 2011

  • News: Oracle Now Avoiding Big Acquisitions

    Oracle this year has dramatically slowed its growth-by-acquisition strategy to concentrate instead on integrating Sun into the company, finishing work on the long-awaited Fusion Applications and filling gaps in its product portfolio.

  • News: Keep social media outsourcing under control

    Organisations looking to promote their brand through social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn should manage it with internal resources to avoid outsourcing the public image of the company, according to representatives from Facebook and Telstra.

  • News: E3 Last-Minute Microsoft Rumor Roundup

    A few juicy Microsoft-centric Electronic Entertainment Expo tidbits are leaking the day before business starts. Read on to catch up on all the rumors.

  • News: E3 2011: Activision's Lineup

    Activision is showcasing a wide variety of products at E3 this year, but the company is doubtless hoping Modern Warfare 3 will steal the show.

  • News: WWDC 2011: Keynote Preview

    The Apple rumor mill is in high gear with only a few hours left until Steve Jobs kicks off the keynote speech at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. The company has already said it plans to talk about Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion," iOS 5 and a new cloud service called iCloud, but nobody knows for sure what surprises each new product will offer users. Apple has already previewed OS X Lion and developers have had beta versions of the new OS for several weeks. However, there is a rumor that Lion could be available for purchase as early as next week via the Apple Store and, reportedly, the Mac App Store.

  • News: 2 Kinect Titles Leak on Eve of E3

    Microsoft's presentation at E3 is mere hours away, but it appears at least two new Kinect titles have already been leaked. USA Today is reporting that the otherwise tight-lipped folks from Redmond will be introducing Kinect Disneyland Adventures and a version of the popular iPhone game Fruit Ninja that will work with the Xbox 360's popular motion-sensing camera add-on.

  • News: Comcast expands IPv6 trial

    Comcast has expanded its IPv6 trial, adding hundreds of cable modem subscribers in the San Francisco, Philadelphia, Chicago and Miami areas to participants in Littleton, Colo., that have been operational all year with this next-generation Internet service.

  • News: iPhone 5 Phishing Attack Preys on WWDC Hype

    Perhaps you've heard about a little event going on this week called the Worldwide Developers Conference? Attackers are preying on the frenzy of hype around the Apple WWDC to launch new phishing scams "announcing" the iPhone 5G.

  • News: HTC Evo 3D 'glasses-free' smartphone, Evo View tablet coming June 24 to Sprint

    Sprint said it will start selling an HTC 4G tablet and the Evo 3D smartphone on June 24.

  • News: Microsoft Research virtualizes idle desktops to save power

    Finding that people do not use "stand-by" and "hibernate" when going away from their PCs, for fear of disrupting running network connections and background computations, Microsoft Research India has developed power-saving technology that virtualizes enterprise desktops to a backend server before putting the desktops to sleep.

  • News: LIVE: Steve Jobs' keynote at Apple's WWDC conference

    Our colleagues over at Macworld.com will be live blogging Steve Jobs' WWDC 2011 keynote address from 6pm this evening. Simply view this page from just before 6pm for live updates and commentary from San Francisco on Apple's announcements, which are expected to include new OS software for Mac, Apple iPhone and Apple iPad, and the cloud-based storage system mooted as 'iCloud':

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: Got bling?

    It’s time for another iPhone case roundup, where we gather up the latest in iPhone protection. As always, this installment brings you a variegated selection from the world of portable telephonic protection—we’ve got a little bit for everybody.



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