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  • News: Microsoft Office for iOS and Android May Arrive This Fall

    Microsoft appears to be closing in on a release of Microsoft Office for both iOS and Android this fall, despite previous denials.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Losers, weepers

    Samsung and Apple can't find a compromise, IBM employees lose out on Siri, and Jony Ive tears up about Apple's next great product. The remainders for Wednesday, May 23, 2012 can't win for losing.

  • News: Searches go full-screen in update to Google's iOS app

    Google has gone big with the changes in the latest version of its mobile search app for iOS, starting with full-screen searches and views for the iPhone. Other changes introduced in Google Search 2.0.0 Wednesday include speed improvements, an enhanced yet simplified user interface, and gesture tweaks for easy navigation.

  • News: Yahoo launches stand-alone mobile search app

    Yahoo beefed up its search offerings on Wednesday when it launched Axis, an HTML5-based browser app that delivers search results as page previews rather than as links.

  • News: Wolfram expands into system modeling

    Expanding beyond its scientific and engineering number-crunching software, Mathematica maker Wolfram Research released a desktop application for full-scale system modeling and simulation, the company announced Wednesday.

  • News: Squabbles line Kenya's path to 4G LTE

    Intel has been keen on nurturing the growth of ICT in Kenya and East Africa. The more ICT is ingrained in our day to day lives, the more computers people buy. Most of these computers contain Intel chipsets, translating into a better bottom line for the company. After all, Asia contributed to half of Intel's revenue last year, with strong performance from countries like Brazil and India.

  • News: Obama orders agencies to optimize Web content for mobile

    U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered all major government agencies to make two key services available on mobile phones within a year, in an effort to embrace a growing trend toward Web surfing on mobile devices.

  • News: Windows 8 puts end to endless reboots

    Microsoft yesterday promised that a feature it's added to Windows 8 will put a stop to endless reboots.

  • News: TfL: NFC contactless payments will not be ready before Olympic Games

    Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that it will not have completed a full roll-out of its near field communication (NFC) contactless payment system ahead of the London Olympic Games this summer.

  • News: Obama orders agencies to optimize Web content for mobile

    U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered all major government agencies to make two key services available on mobile phones within a year, in an effort to embrace a growing trend toward Web surfing on mobile devices.

  • News: Firms suffer app performance failure through poor network management

    Corporate networks across Europe are experiencing significant performance problems due to network "blind spots" around the applications being run across them, according to research.

  • News: Tesco speeds release of new online applications

    Tesco is speeding the way it prepares and releases new applications across its online business.

  • News: Pwnium hacking contest winners exploited 16 Chrome zero-days

    Google yesterday revealed that the two researchers who cracked Chrome in March at the company's inaugural "Pwnium" hacking contest used a total of 16 zero-day vulnerabilities to win $60,000 each.

  • News: The expert's guide to Instapaper

    They arrive by Twitter, by RSS, and by email. They're passed around on social networks. They’re embedded in online articles and blog posts. I’m talking about all of those links to things you'd like to read but can’t. Making time to read everything you find on the Web the moment you find it is hard, so you probably don’t read it at all—unless you use a read-it-later service like Instapaper.

  • News: 'Clueless' boards risk lawsuits, threaten national security

    Energy/utilities sector ranks last on four of the best practices for cybersecurity, report exposes

  • News: Intel launches cloud-based single sign-on service

    Listed on AppExchange, Cloud SSO has been tightly integrated with Salesforce.com applications

  • News: Windows Phone Marketplace Goes Mango Only

    If you're having trouble downloading apps from the Windows Phone Marketplace, you just might be a pre-Mango Windows Phone 7 user. Microsoft is now enforcing a rule that only users of Windows Phone 7.5, codenamed Mango, can use the Marketplace in any meaningful way. Without the Mango update you can still browse the Marketplace, but you will start getting error messages if you attempt to download, buy, update, or review an app.

  • News: Has a plug-in developer announced Photoshop Elements 11 before Adobe?

    One of the trickiest things for plug-in developers can be ensuring compatibility with the latest versions of the host software. The creators of the host software often let plug-in developers have access to early builds of new releases to test their plug-ins, adding support for new features in the host and create updates if necessary.

  • News: VMware acquires desktop management company Wanova

    VMware has acquired Wanova, a developer of software used to centralize and simplify image management on physical and virtual desktops, the company said Tuesday.

  • News: Facebook and physicians: Not good medicine

    Physicians who use social networks to share clinical experiences risk violating patient privacy. A niche industry of private social network providers has cropped up to address the desire to communicate.



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