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  • News: Mozilla gives CAs a chance to come clean about certificate policy violations

    Mozilla has asked all certificate authorities (CAs) to revoke subordinate CA certificates currently used for corporate SSL traffic management, offering an amnesty to any CAs that had breached Mozilla's conditions for having their root certificates ship with its products.

  • News: FAQ: What's what in OS X Mountain Lion?

    Last week, Apple took most Mac users by surprise when it released a developers preview of Mountain Lion, the company's upcoming desktop OS. We're here to fill in some of the blanks about the new cat.

  • News: New Windows 8 Logo Is Pure Genius

    Microsoft unveiled a new look for the Windows logo for Windows 8. There seems to be a dramatic rise in branding and style experts online, and some significant backlash around the Internet, but all of that misses the point of why the new Windows 8 logo is a brilliant move.

  • News: Interactive Zlatan Ibrahimovic biography iPad app published using InDesign and Mag+

    Swedish publisher Bonnierförlagen has created an interactive biography app about controversial AC Milan footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovi? for the iPad

  • News: Mountain Lion: Hands on with Safari

    Though Safari didn't receive as huge an overhaul in Mountain Lion as other OS X apps have, it still got some love from the folks in Cupertino. Refined search interfaces, sharing integration, and clear-cut password storage are just three of the things you have to look forward to come this summer--here are a few brief impressions of Safari's new features.

  • News: Mountain Lion: Hands on with Mail

    When Apple released Lion (OS X 10.7), Mail received its biggest overhaul ever, gaining many new and noteworthy features. The changes to Mail in Mountain Lion are more subtle, though there are some nice improvements--along with one significant omission.

  • News: Google and Apple Make Mobile Privacy an Oxymoron

    Google and Apple talk up security, but recent disclosures serve as a painful reminder of how much control mobile phone users give up when they power on their handsets.

  • News: Apple Factories in China Open Doors Amid Concerns About Worker Conditions

    Apple product factories in China are opening their doors to the media and labor rights experts amid reports alleging poor working conditions at the plants.

  • News: Windows 8 Logo Garners More Brickbats than Bravos

    Microsoft has never been known for its design verve, especially compared to its rival Apple, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that its new logo for its feverishly anticipated Windows 8 operating system is being treated like a piñata by both design and high-tech critics.

  • News: Microsoft to cut SQL Azure prices

    Microsoft is lowering the price of its SQL Azure database platform to help make it popular with a wider range of customers looking for a cloud-based database solution.

  • News: Sainsbury's adopts new workforce management system

    Sainsbury's is aiming to cut costs and improve productivity with a new workforce management system.

  • News: Apple settles iPhone 4 'Antennagate' class-action lawsuit

    iPhone 4 owners in the U.S. can get a US$15 check or a "bumper" phone case from Apple in a class-action settlement that won preliminary approval from a judge on Friday.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Mountain of trouble

    No idea is too crazy for Tim Cook, but you might be crazy if you opt for a real mountain lion over an operating system update. And while Apple may be pulling the iPad from unauthorized Chinese retailers, the auditors are pulling out their clipboards and shaking their heads over Foxconn's factories. The remainders for Friday, February 17, 2012 are not pulling your leg.

  • News: 'Disruptive' and 'enabling' tech to boost business performance in 2012: Deloitte

    Businesses have the ability to accelerate performance in 2012 from the convergence of five emerging technology forces, according to Deloitte's recent Tech Trends report.'

  • News: iPad, Windows 8 top ANZ infrastructure spend in 2012: IDC

    The Australia and New Zealand ICT infrastructure market will be characterised by changing investment priorities due to economic conditions, according to the latest predictions from IDC Australia.

  • News: ITC rules in Apple's favor in HTC dispute

    The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday issued a final determination that Apple doesn't infringe certain HTC patents.

  • News: Mountain Lion: What you need to know

    Any time there's a new operating system, there's bound to be lots of questions about new features and capabilities. And when that operating system's unveiling is as surprising as this week's Mountain Lion announcement was, those questions take on a newfound urgency.

  • News: New Windows 8 Logo is Latest in Beta Buildup

    As we get closer to the launch of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Microsoft has been releasing a steady drip of information about its next operating system. The latest tidbit? A new logo--sporting the same "Metro" aesthetic as Windows 8 itself.

  • News: LightSquared's owner hires lawyers to study legal battle on GPS

    LightSquared's primary investor, Philip Falcone, is exploring possible lawsuits against the FCC and the GPS industry in the wake of the FCC's rejection of the carrier's plan for a 4G cellular network, sources familiar with the company's planning confirmed on Friday.

  • News: Google: Third Oracle damages report has 'fatal' flaws

    Google wants a third damages report by an Oracle expert in the companies' lawsuit over the Android mobile OS to be thrown out, arguing that it is "riddled with fatal errors," according to a filing made Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

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