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  • News: Apple's CEO might kill Ping, do a deal with Facebook

    Discussing Ping, Apple’s attempt at a social network Cook said: “We tried Ping and the customer voted and said, this isn’t something I want to put a lot of energy into. Some customers love it, but there’s not a huge number that do, so will we kill it? I don’t know. I’ll look at it.”

  • News: Five EU countries taken to court for failing to implement cookie law

    Europe's top regulatory authority is taking five E.U. countries to court for failing to implement so-called cookie laws.

  • News: U.K.'s Logica goes to CGI for $2.6 billion

    CGI Group, a Canadian IT services and business process services company, has agreed to acquire its larger European competitor Logica for £1.7 billion (US$2.65 billion) in cash, in a bid to expand its European presence, the companies said Thursday.

  • News: Megaupload asks US court to dismiss indictment, cites jurisdiction

    Megaupload cannot be brought within the jurisdiction of a federal court in Virginia for criminal proceedings without its consent, as federal rules do not contemplate service of a criminal summons on a wholly foreign corporation without an agent or offices in the U.S., its lawyers said in a filing on Wednesday.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Tim of your life

    The Apple TV may get a software makeover at WWDC, Apple's decided it's in the mood for Italian, and Tim Cook in living color. The remainders for Wednesday, May 30, 2012 are something unpredictable, but in the end they're right.

  • News: Biggest tech industry layoffs of 2012

    Research in Motion, reeling as its BlackBerry takes a beating from the Apple iPhone and assorted Android smartphones, is expected to lay off anywhere from 2,000 to 6,000 employees to cut costs and turn around its financial fortunes. While the exact number of layoffs from RIM's 16,000-plus staff remains to be confirmed, the restructured company appears headed for a high rank on this year's list of tech industry layoffs.

  • News: Iran's discovery of Flame malware turning into political hot potato

    With Iran's computer-emergency response center now decrying Windows-based cyber-espionage software known as Flame (or alternately Flamer or Skywiper) it says it discovered infecting its oil-ministry computers, the uproar is reaching into the United Nations, which is investigating the malware.

  • News: Menlo Park city council advances Facebook expansion plans

    The Menlo Park, California, city council voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve Facebook's plan to expand its headquarters in the city, pending a final procedural vote at its next meeting on June 5.

  • News: Free Ebook Teaches You to Ace Every Presentation

    You already know how to punch up your PowerPoint slide decks, but what about punching up yourself? Do you have the skills to really inspire your audience, to make your presentation not only valuable but memorable? Most importantly, can you use it to close the deal?

  • News: Law to lower roaming charges the fastest approved in EU

    A new law to lower the price of mobile phone roaming was approved on Wednesday, making it the fastest piece of legislation to be passed by the European Union institutions.

  • News: IPCom fails to stop sales of Nokia's phones in the UK

    The U.K. High Court has dismissed IPCom's attempts to obtain an injunction against the sales of Nokia's 3G phones.

  • News: HP appoints new head of software

    Following through on promises to shuffle the ranks of upper management, Hewlett-Packard has hired George Kadifa to head up the company's software division and promoted Bill Veghte, who formerly led the division, to the role of chief operating officer, the company announced Wednesday.

  • News: European Commission favors consumer choice over net neutrality legislation

    European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes won't legislate net neutrality for all, but those who want "access to a robust, best-efforts Internet with all the applications they wish" should have the opportunity to buy such a service, she said Tuesday.

  • News: Mobile leads in malware resurgence for 2012

    McAfee finds PC malware back after hiatus, but mobile malware shows biggest percentage gain -- and Android is the target

  • News: WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange loses extradition appeal

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden for questioning about allegations of sexual offenses, the U.K. Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday, upholding a lower court ruling and dismissing Assange's appeal.

  • News: Juniper packs 30 new features into Web security software

    Juniper Networks this week unveiled enhancements to the Web security software it obtained via the acquisition of Mykonos Software in February.

  • News: WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange loses extradition appeal

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden for questioning about allegations of sexual offenses, the U.K. Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday, upholding a lower court ruling and dismissing Assange's appeal.

  • News: Megaupload's Kim Dotcom gets access to documentary evidence against him

    A court in New Zealand has granted Kim Dotcom, founder of the Megaupload file-sharing site, access to documents which contain evidence against him, and are held by prosecuting authorities both in New Zealand and the U.S.

  • News: HTC smartphones pass U.S. Customs inspection

    HTC said on Wednesday its newest smartphones models had all passed a required U.S. Customs review, clearing device shipments to the country after they were previously delayed because of the inspection.

  • News: Remains of the Day: The future soon

    An iPad prototype sold for five figures, the next Pixar movie lavishes ghostly love upon late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, and leaked photos suggest that the next iPhone will grow in some ways and shrink in others. The remainders for Tuesday, May 29, 2012, won't stop thinking about tomorrow.

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