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  • News: Regulator to clamp down on apps that rack up charges without consent

    Phonepayplus, the premium-rate telephone regulator, is to clamp down on mobile phone apps that users being charged without their knowledge.

  • News: Facebook looking into NZ parallelism development

    Multi-core processors and the multi-processor render-walls of animation companies such as Weta Digital are two obvious faces of a move towards more parallelism in digital processing -- a trend that can work to New Zealand's benefit, local champion Nicolás Erdödy believes.

  • News: APAC mobile connections to hit 4.2 billion in 2016: Ovum

    Asia-Pacific (AP) mobile connections will reach 4.2 billion in 2016 a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4 per cent over the next five years, according to Ovum.

  • News: Remains of the Day: iPhone home

    Tired of iPhone rumors? Let me make this easy for you: It's coming out sometime, at a place, with lots of new features for a certain price! There, done. Now unless you're interested in the latest developments in the case of the lost prototype or how Apple's former CEO destroyed the fabric of comics, you don't even have to read the remainders for Monday, September 26, 2011.

  • News: T-Mobile: HTC Amaze and Samsung Galaxy S II go on sale Oct. 12

    T-Mobile USA unveiled its fastest 4G smartphones, both running dual-core 1.5 GHz processors and going on sale Oct. 12.

  • News: Life After Google Labs: 5 Cool Google Experimental Apps

    The death of Google Labs doesn't mean the end of Google experimentation. Here are five fun and useful Google experimental apps that are still around to play with.

  • News: T-Mobile phones to run on speedy network

    The first two smartphones to run on T-Mobile's fast HSPA+42 network are coming soon, the operator announced Monday.

  • News: MySQL.com hacked to serve malware

    The website for the open-source MySQL database was hacked and used to serve malware to visitors Monday.

  • News: Senator Calls for Investigation into OnStar Policy Changes

    Popular navigation-system OnStar, which offers in-car tracking and navigation information, has been blasted for its new privacy policy by U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer.

  • News: Intego: Malware masquerades as Flash installer

    On Monday, security company Intego warned Mac users of a new Trojan horse that masquerades as a Flash Player installation package for OS X Lion.

  • News: BoxTone Adds Automated Security to Mobile Software

    BoxTone, an enterprise mobility management software provider, today announced new enhancements to its Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform that are designed to help CIOs, CISOs and other IT managers meet security and compliance regulations while managing large numbers of employee- and corporate-owned mobile devices.

  • News: Intellipad iPad app focuses on special education needs

    The iPad is becoming increasingly popular in academic settings, gracing everything from undergraduate lecture halls to medical schools to grade-level classrooms. But the iPad’s educational uses don’t stop there. Intellipad’s new Intellipad 1.0 iPad app aims to make Apple’s tablet more useful for special education, especially kids learning to read, write, and communicate.

  • News: Consumers can opt for fewer Firefox releases

    Although Mozilla will urge users to stick with Firefox's rapid release schedule, there's nothing to prevent them from adopting a much slower tempo that's been proposed for enterprises.

  • News: Pirates tap BI tools to forecast, boost attendance

    After 19 consecutive losing seasons, the Pittsburgh Pirates need a little extra help finding fans to buy tickets for seats at PNC Park.

  • News: Interview with BurstPoint CFO Terenzio Volpicelli

    Name: Terenzio Volpicelli

  • News: How and where to get feedback on your photos

    The great folly of expensive cameras is that they don’t take amazing pictures by themselves. Naturally, new photographers will want to hone their craft to translate their creative vision though the lens. But after combing through the instruction manual, the only way to tap into your inner artistic genius is practice, practice, practice. Getting constructive feedback from strangers and professionals is a great way to take your photo composition techniques to the next level, and the Internet is chock full of places where strangers enthusiastically give their (free!) opinion. While sometimes you get what you pay for, the right kind of critique can really give you insight. Here’s a guide on where to go to get constructive criticism on your new camera’s snapshots, and how to play nice with others seeking the same.

  • News: Apply Finder labels from the keyboard

    The Finder lets you apply different color labels to your files and folders, using the File -> Label control. But there's no way to apply those labels from your keyboard, right? Wrong! Hints reader gabester discovered that indeed there is a way, if you're willing to work for it up front. Here's how:

  • News: Oracle, Google will hold third settlement conference

    Oracle and Google will engage in another attempt to settle their lawsuit over alleged Java patent and copyright violations in the Android mobile OS.

  • News: Zynga's Profits Down by 95%

    Zynga's last financial quarter showed that its year on year profits had showed a sharp decline of approximately 95%.

  • News: NSA Label-based System Could Secure Big Data

    The National Security Agency has submitted Accumulo, its label-based, data-store software, to the Apache Software Foundation so that other parties can further develop the technology for use in secure systems.



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