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  • News: Murdoch labels Google a 'piracy leader'

    Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has used his new Twitter account to unleash a stream of abuse against Google, describing the search giant as a “piracy leader” and labelling parts of its business model as “plain stealing”.

  • News: Corel releases free Corel Painter 12.1 update, adds support for Photoshop plug-ins

    Corel has released a new free update to Corel Painter 12 for Mac OS X and Windows.

  • News: Exxaro improves data mining with new document management

    International mining group Exxaro is adopting new electronic document management to improve the management of its operations.

  • News: Japan's DeNA looks beyond Alibaba to target Chinese market

    Japanese mobile platform operator DeNA has made another move to expand its business in China by partnering with local company NetDragon Websoft to develop and operate mobile games in the country.

  • News: Thursday's event kicks off busy week for Apple

    When Apple executives take the stage at New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Thursday, they'll be kicking off more than an education-themed press event. It will also mark the first of two Apple announcements within the space of a week.

  • News: Zappos Hacked: What You Need to Know

    Zappos.com -- the online source for shoes -- was the victim of an attack that compromised account information for millions of customers. Zappos customers need to understand what is at stake, and be on alert for suspicious or malicious activity resulting from the attack.

  • News: SAP acquires software from German company Datango

    SAP has acquired software from Datango that will allow it to add multilingual online help and training materials to enterprise software applications.

  • News: Mac attack

    Over the years, Apple has earned a less-than-stellar reputation among purchasers of enterprise desktops. Macs were seen as overpriced to begin with. And Apple didn't offer huge discounts for bulk purchases, like the PC makers. Plus, Macs didn't come with the ecosystem of integrated productivity and management apps that are taken for granted in the Windows world.

  • News: BYOD movement is forcing IT to adapt

    But user empowerment still allows IT to assess apps and manage mobile devices

  • News: IBM to help shape bank SOA standards

    IBM has joined the independent BIAN board, which seeks to establish a service-oriented architecture (SOA) standard for the banking industry that can help cut IT costs.

  • News: Oil industry robotic firm SMD overhauls systems

    Underwater robotic vehicle firm Soil Machine Dynamics (SMD) is deploying a new ERP system to improve project management in the oil, gas and telecoms markets it serves.

  • News: 4 Places Apple AirPlay Would Be Awesome

    One of the best features of the Apple iOS platform is AirPlay. AirPlay makes it simple to wirelessly stream audio and video content from an iPhone or iPad to an AirPlay-compatible device.

  • News: Windows 8 on ARM: You can look but you can't touch

    For a touch-based interface it was awfully hard to get hold of. Microsoft's Windows 8 OS was shown on a handful of prototype ARM-based tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, but almost no one was allowed to try it out.

  • News: Apple loses first round in ITC case against Motorola

    Apple is on the losing end of an initial ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission in the company’s battle with Motorola.

  • News: Lawsuit claims Epicor's two-year effort delivered 'useless' software

    Beverage distributor Major Brands is suing Epicor, alleging the ERP (enterprise resource planning) software vendor failed to deliver a satisfactory system after years of effort and significant cost overruns, and then offered a solution that would force the company to install a new version that hadn't yet been completed, pushing back the original "go-live" date by four years.

  • News: For a Free Linux Alternative, Try FreeBSD 9.0

    Linux may not yet enjoy the widespread recognition that Windows does, but there's no denying its popularity on servers, its growing use on desktops, or its ubiquity in the mobile world in the form of Android.

  • News: ISC seeks wider input for BIND 10

    The Internet Systems Consortium is looking for a few more good programmers to bring the next generation of its open source BIND DNS server software to fruition.

  • News: Email vs. IM vs. SMS: Choosing the Right One

    Communication is the lifeblood of productivity. Businesses need to communicate with customers, managers need to communicate with employees, and workers need to communicate with peers. Effective communication is a crucial element of getting things done.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech earnings season could be stormy

    Get ready for a perfect storm of earnings news. With tech bellwethers including IBM, Microsoft, Intel and Google set to issue financial reports next week, earnings season will pick up in earnest and judging from recent forecasts and profit warnings, it could be a bumpy ride.

  • News: USITC investigates patent complaint against mobile device makers

    The U.S. International Trade Commission has launched an investigation of patent infringements alleged by patent acquisition firm Digitude Innovations against a who's who of smartphone and tablet makers.



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