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  • News: 9 Handy Utilities for Optimizing Your Desktop and Display

    Screen real estate seems to be getting less expensive by the day. I recently bought a pair of 24-inch LCD monitors for a very affordable price, whereas a few years ago I could only dream of having such a setup. On the other end of the spectrum, more and more people are toting tiny netbooks with 10-inch displays. But no matter the size of your Windows desktop, you can get more out of it with the help of free and low-cost tools.

  • News: Fujifilm Takes a Shot at the Premium Point-and-Shoot Crown

    Announced today, the throwback-styled Fujifilm X10 aims to outgun competing cameras in the "premium point-and-shoot" class. Because of its size and feature set, it's more of a competitor to the larger Canon PowerShot G12 and the Nikon Coolpix P7100 than to more-compact options such as the Olympus XZ-1, the Nikon Coolpix P300, the Panasonic Lumix LX5, and the [

  • News: Quark announces QuarkXPress 9.1

    Quark has announced the availability of QuarkXPress 9.1, a free update to QuarkXPress 9 that features App Studio.

  • News: Salesforce.com moves to make enterprise more social

    When you hold the world's largest software technology conferences in the world, you expect to announce a few innovations to your flagship product. True to form, Salesforce.com has announced several additional products and services based around the theme of 'the social enterprise' at its Dreamforce 2011 event in San Francisco.

  • News: QuarkXPress App Studio arrives

    Quark has launched QuarkXPress 9.1, a free update to QuarkXPress 9, which features its hotly anticipated App Studio.

  • News: Navigon plans improved map management for GPS apps

    With the latest version of its iOS navigation apps, Navigon is getting leaner. But that doesn’t mean fewer features for the 2.0 version of Navigon’s MobileNavigator lineup; instead the company plans to add new map management features to its mobile offering.

  • News: Smartphone Wars Hinge on Undecided Buyers

    The smartphone wars are heating up as 40 percent of mobile device users in the United States now own iPhones, Android devices and BlackBerrys instead of feature phones. Handsets powered by Google's Android OS are still tops among American smartphone owners, taking up 40 percent of the market. The iPhone is a distant second at 28 percent, while BlackBerry has dropped down to 19 percent of the smartphone market in the U.S., according to the latest survey from the Nielsen company.

  • News: Microsoft's 5 biggest weaknesses

    Microsoft's position as the dominant provider of software to consumers is at risk. Here are five reasons why.

  • News: Kelley Blue Book taps data analytics tools to improve car valuation

    Kelley Blue Book is using sophisticated data analytics tools to sift through volumes of historical and current data to arrive at what company executives say are far better car valuations.

  • News: IBM to buy risk analysis company Algorithmics for $387M

    IBM plans to acquire risk analytics company Algorithmics for US$387 million, a deal that IBM said on Thursday will bolster its risk management offerings in light of increasing regulation in the financial markets.

  • News: AVG launches Internet Security 2012

    Security firm AVG has launched Internet Security 2012, the latest version of its internet security software .

  • News: Tony Sale, mastermind behind Colossus rebuild, dies

    Tony Sale, one of the founders of the Bletchley Park Trust and the mastermind behind the successful re-build of Colossus, the world’s first operational computer, has died aged 80.

  • News: Government to spend up to £4.6bn on smart meter WAN

    The government is planning to spend up to £4.58 billion on building three wide area networks to link to smart meters in 30 million UK homes and businesses.

  • News: Bank of America in battle with bloggers

    Bank of America (BoA) has taken on two prominent blog sites after accusing them of spreading incorrect rumours.

  • News: Hackers break into Linux source code site

    As Linux fans know, there are two kinds of hackers: the good guys who develop free software, such as the Linux kernel, and the bad guys who break into computers.

  • News: Is Office 365 Right for Your Enterprise?

    Company: Microsoft

  • News: How to Make EA Make Sense to Your CEO

    How a CIO talks to other business leaders about planning and implementing enterprise architecture (EA) makes a huge difference to the success of the effort. But all too often, the discussion becomes a soup of technical jargon and business buzzwords. A simple, coherent message is key.

  • News: Taking the Guesswork Out of Mobile BI

    Mike Relich, CIO of Guess, wants to take the guesswork out of mobile computing. He welcomes mobile devices of all sorts for corporate use, charging his team to find ways around any processing power, presentation or security issues.

  • News: Ruby on Rails 3.1 will make the apps run faster

    Ruby on Rails creator David Heinemeier Hansson has released version 3.1 of his open-source Web application development framework, adding new features that should speed the rendering of Web pages for users.

  • News: How a global enterprise virtualised Exchange 2010

    Global organisations often face the challenge of distributed IT environments and, consequently, duplicated effort when it comes to IT. And it was this scenario that Chris Haaker, faced as principle architect at Reed Elsevier.



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