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  • News: Verizon to drop new one-year contracts starting April 17

    Verizon Wireless confirmed it will eliminate its one-year contract plan on smartphones and other mobile phones, effective April 17.

  • News: Apple updates Boot Camp for new MacBook Pros

    All right you Thunderbolt-wielding, Boot-Camp-installing MacBook Pro owners, it’s time to fire up Software Update.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Underlying confidence marks tech sector

    Another strong earthquake in Japan Thursday and rising oil prices caused turmoil in the markets this week, but there still appears to be strong underlying confidence in the tech sector.

  • News: Mind Matters: A New Approach to the IT/Finance Split

    Ask Chris Spivey and Keith Karnes if there’s a problem with communication between finance and IT teams and you get a resounding “yes!”

  • News: Save big on Cave titles and help Japan

    This morning's Top Story is the news that Cave is discounting a number of its popular titles and donating the proceeds from some to the Japanese relief effort.

  • News: New cloud system tracks CDs sent through post

    UK startup Conseal Security has started selling a security system for CD and DVD media inspired by the notorious HMRC data loss incident in 2007 when the names and addresses 25 million child benefit claimants was lost on a CD after being sent through the post.

  • News: Time Warner Cable Takes Viacom to Court Over iPad App

    Prepare for an all-out war between Time Warner Cable and Viacom, an epic legal smackdown as two companies face off in court over the ability to watch live TV on an iPad.

  • News: Orange Kenya support for health applications

    By 2030 it will be hard to refer to any region in Kenya as "remote". This is possible when the country achieves its set vision 2030 gaols. As the country makes progress to middle -- income status through these development plans, it is expected to have met its Millennium Development Goals by 2015.

  • News: Is It Time to Cut the Cord(s)?

    If you're like most people, you pay for a home phone, and a mobile phone; as well as Internet access for you home, and a mobile data plan. Do you really need them all? Perhaps it's time to cut the cord(s) and eliminate unnecessary expenses.

  • News: Videos We All Love to Hate on YouTube

    Everyone has a favorite online video or a few perennial favorites that they enjoy watching over and over again, but isn't it almost as much fun to hate one? The music video by that band you detest, the comedy skit that isn't funny, and if somebody sends you that awful viral video one more time...

  • News: Remains of the Day: The iPad is on fire

    The iPad 2 is selling so quick, you can’t even get a paper mock-up. Elsewhere, Asus and Toyota get smacked down for bad decisions in marketing, and Apple makes a move to cut down on conflict. It’s the remainders for Tuesday, April 5, 2011—peace out!

  • News: You don't know tech: The InfoWorld news quiz

    April 8, 2011: Email marketer springs a leak, Google goes for something sweet

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: Fob watches and lots of leather

    After a brief hiatus, we're back with a double dose of new cases to protect, power up, and even gussy up your iPhone 4. Here's this week's iPhone 4 case roundup.

  • News: Acer Iconia Tablet Joins the Party

    The Acer Iconia Tab A500 is now available for pre-order at Best Buy for only $449. The tablet costs less than its rivals, and brings a lot to the table, so this may be the tablet that some have been waiting for.

  • News: Apple Develops E-Ink Hybrid Display

    Future versions of Apple's iPad and other iOS devices may be sporting a hybrid LCD/electronic paper (e-ink) display, according to an Apple patent application recently published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

  • News: Google boosts Android security with encrypted tablets

    The fourth and fifth paragraphs of the story, "Google boosts Android security with encrypted tablets, remote PIN reset" have been changed due to updated information from the vendor.

  • News: VMware to ship virtualization clients for Android, Mac OS X

    Due to revised information submitted by the source, the story "VMware to ship virtualization clients for Android, Mac OS X" that ran on the wire on April 7, has been changed to reflect an updated arrival date for VMware's Android View client.

  • News: Facebook offers its datacentre technology to world

    Facebook has worked out how datacentres can be made more energy efficient and cheaper to run and wants the world to embrace its insights on an open source basis, the company has announced.

  • News: Acer Iconia Tab A500 Now Available for Preorder

    This spring's march of the tablets continues, with Acer lifting the veil off its Iconia Tab A500. First introduced last November, the10.1-inch Iconia Tab A500 made appearances across the 2011 trade show circuit, popping up at CES, Mobile World Congress, and CTIA; but it never surfaced with a launch date, let alone the actual Android 3.0 operating system the tablet ships with.

  • News: Government G-Cloud director moves to VMware

    The government’s G-Cloud deputy director Andy Tait has moved to VMware to head up the company’s UK public services.

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