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  • News: Sprint's Unlimited Data Smartphone Plan Expected to End Soon

    Sprint is the last U.S. wireless network that offers new customers unlimited data plans for their smartphones--a huge boon for data-hungry mobile users and recent adoptees of the iPhone. But as Sprint's network upgrades to LTE from 4G WiMax, analysts tell Reuters that the carrier's all-you-can-eat data buffet is about to end.

  • News: 11 programming trends to watch

    Depending on your perspective and proximity to the bleeding edge, the world of programming evolves either too fast or too slow. But whether you're banging out Cobol or hacking Node.js, one fact remains clear: Programmers must keep an eye on the latest programming trends to remain competitive in ever-shifting job markets.

  • News: Sky adds live and on-demand movies to Sky Go

    The Sky Go app that allows subscribers to the satellite TV service to watch live broadcasts from their mobile phone or tablet PC now includes access to Sky Movies.

  • News: Macs in your business: InfoWorld's expert management guide

    As the Macintosh becomes a common tool in today's enterprise, IT has much to learn about effectively working with the Apple platform

  • News: Project Management Showdown: Do More Beyond the To-Do List

    In most group-work scenarios, the ability of one team member to complete tasks successfully depends on other people's ability to provide feedback or to complete other tasks first. When I launched a website for my candy-making company recently, I quickly discovered that using my email inbox for to-do lists worked fine when I had only one person to manage. But it wasn't enough to keep track of team members' actions and responsibilities.

  • News: Great Apps for BlackBerry

    Navigating an app store can be tricky, with vague descriptions, dubious user reviews, and sometimes buggy apps. We searched for the best apps available.

  • News: Great Apps for Android

    Navigating an app store can be tricky, with vague descriptions, dubious user reviews, and sometimes buggy apps. We searched for the best apps available.

  • News: Great Apps for Windows Phone 7

    Navigating an app store can be tricky, with vague descriptions, dubious user reviews, and sometimes buggy apps. We searched for the best apps available.

  • News: Great Apps for iOS

    Navigating an app store can be tricky, with vague descriptions, dubious user reviews, and sometimes buggy apps. We searched for the best apps available.

  • News: Give iTunes Store credit or items

    If you’re in a giving mood, there’s no better place to shop for the Apple-device-users on your list than the iTunes Store.

  • News: Six unexpected uses for the arrow keys

    What could possibly be “unexpected” when it comes to those four humble directional keys? Perhaps it’s that, totally unadorned (that is, without a modifier such as Command or Control), they can do more than just move an insertion point around in text or select something in a list.

  • News: Ubuntu shows DistroWatch decline as Mint soars

    Linux Mint appears to be soaring in popularity at the expense of high-profile distros such as Ubuntu, figures from DistroWatch suggest.

  • News: Allied Irish Banks settles with Oracle over problematic software system

    Allied Irish Banks (AIB) has reached a settlement with Oracle in a €84 million (£71.8 million) case over the implementation of a software system that the bank claimed was “beset with serious technical problems”.

  • News: Master the Mainframe contest winner announced

    A computer science student from the University of New South Wales has won IBM Australia’s Master the Mainframe contest.

  • News: National Savings tenders for IT outsourcing partner

    National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has put out a tender for an IT outsourcing deal that could be worth up to £2 billion.

  • News: HP seeks EU backing in Oracle Itanium case

    Computer giant Hewlett-Packard is calling on European antitrust regulators to investigate whether Oracle is using its powerful position in the software market to damage HP’s hardware business.

  • News: National Nuclear Laboratory moves to UNIT4 HR system

    The UK's National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) has ripped out its PeopleSoft human resources system in favour of a more efficient integrated platform.

  • News: Electricity company pushes out BI tool to customers

    Power NI, an electricity company in Ireland, is piloting a business intelligence tool, normally used in enterprise, to give consumers better visibility of their power usage and bills.

  • News: Corporate Express Australia integrates customer service and planning capacity systems

    Corporate Express Australia has moved from a siloed troubleshooting management style to an integrated customer service and capacity planning solution thanks to the rollout of Splunk.

  • News: 'Letters to Steve' collects emails from Apple co-founder

    Throughout his career, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs sent a myriad of email messages to fans, developers, and Mac users. CNN writer Mark Milian has collected over 100 of these email responses into a short ebook, appropriately titled Letters to Steve: Inside the E-mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs.



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