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  • News: Watching the watchers

    While there's no single fix, a number of experts weigh-in on how to make certain those with privileged access don't abuse it.

  • News: EU mobile roaming proposals face flack from all sides

    Both new and existing telecoms operators have expressed caution about the European Union’s plans to extend price caps on European roaming charges.

  • News: Xerox PARC founder Jacob E. Goldman dies

    Jacob E. Goldman, a founder of the Palo Alto Research Center that developed breakthrough computing innovations such as the graphical user interface and ethernet networks, died on Tuesday. He was 90.

  • News: Hadoop challenger works to add developers

    LexisNexis has worked for more than a decade to develop a large scale system for Big Data manipulation, and it believes that it has produced something that's better and more mature than the better known Hadoop technology.

  • News: Beleaguered £444m Libra system leaves courts unable to provide proper accounts

    The courts service risks losing around £1.4 billion in uncollected fines and other financial penalties by not being able to properly account for them, according to the National Audit Office, which laid part of the blame with the beleagured £444 million Libra system.

  • News: LightSquared says GPS has to accept interference

    Mobile startup LightSquared wants the FCC to declare that it has the right to use spectrum next to the GPS band and that navigation device makers do not.

  • News: Voicemail added to Textfree app for iPhone

    Textfree Voice + VM—the app that lets iPhone users make calls and send free texts over Wi-Fi—has been upgraded with a new voicemail feature.

  • News: Microsoft bails from CES tech trade show after '12

    Microsoft today announced that next month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will its last as an exhibitor.

  • News: Vocal app uses your iPhone 4S to control your Mac

    The trite thing to do when writing about any software that can handle converting your speech into text is to do so using that software. I’m nothing if not trite, so that’s precisely what I’m trying to do here, with Vocal. Vocal is a new app from developer Matthew Roberts that leverages the power of voice transcription on your iPhone 4S to control your Mac. Vocal can take dictation and send the transcription to your Mac, and also perform a variety of other actions based on your voice commands.

  • News: Microsoft lowering its profile at CES after 2012

    Microsoft will have a keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show for the last time in 2012, although it will continue to participate in the giant trade show, a company executive said in a blog post Wednesday.

  • News: Windows 8 may prompt malware attacks on hardware, McAfee predicts

    The Network World story, "Windows 8 may prompt malware attacks on hardware, McAfee predicts," which posted to the newswire Wednesday, has been removed because it remains under embargo. Online editors are asked to remove it from their sites as soon as possible and the story is not available for use in print until next Wednesday

  • News: Amazon pushes Kindle Fire touch update

    Amazon on Wednesday issued a software update for its Kindle Fire tablet that it said addresses some of the most vocal complaints about the device, including sluggish response to touch and a lack of parental controls.

  • News: A Rivalry Emerges As Apache Asserts OpenOffice Plans

    There's been much uncertainty surrounding OpenOffice.org ever since Oracle decided back in June to donate the open source office productivity project to the Apache Software Foundation.

  • News: Microsoft lowering its profile at CES after 2012

    Microsoft will have a keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show for the last time in 2012, although it will continue to participate in the giant trade show, a company executive said in a blog post Wednesday.

  • News: Timeline: RIM's very bad year

    The story, "Timeline: RIM's very bad year," posted to the wire Dec. 16, incorrectly stated the percentage amount by which RIM's net income dropped in the third quarter from the year earlier period. The correct amount is 71 percent. The penultimate paragraph has been changed on the wire to correct the figure and now reads:

  • News: Sophos Updates Mobile Device Management Platform

    Latest version of Sophos Mobile Control includes reporting dashboard for compliance enforcement

  • News: Amazon adds magazines, PDF support to Kindle iOS app

    iOS device owners who can’t get excited about Amazon’s recent software update for the Kindle Fire may be far more interested to learn about the company’s latest updates to the Kindle e-reading app.

  • News: Mozilla launches Firefox 9, speeds up JavaScript

    Mozilla on Tuesday shipped Firefox 9, claiming that the new browser processes JavaScript up to 36% faster than its predecessor.

  • News: LibreOffice backers want community to join 'bug hunt'

    The organization behind LibreOffice is hoping community members will help it uncover problems with an upcoming release of the open-source office suite via an international "bug hunt" next week.

  • News: PayPal tests mobile payments in Sweden

    PayPal is testing mobile payments using NFC (Near Field Communications) stickers in Stockholm, allowing users to pay for goods at two stores using Apple's iPhone and Android-based smartphones.



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