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Nicira disrupts Cisco and Juniper Networks with network virtualization

venturebeat.com
  Network virtualization start-up Nicira is coming out of stealth mode today and it has an impressive set of customers who evidently believe that it can disrupt the likes of Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks. The idea is to become a company that can offload data networking demand as...
Nicira disrupts Cisco and Juniper Networks with network virtualization

Microsoft moving bot-busting fight to the cloud

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Microsoft said Tuesday that it has moved its botnet-fighting capabilities to the cloud, a step that will make its response teams both faster and more effective in fighting hijacked PCs. Microsoft launched its Microsoft Active Response for Security (MARS) program in 2010, relying on a series of daily emails...
Microsoft moving bot-busting fight to the cloud

Awesome Stuff: Rethinking The Mouse (Finally!)

www.techdirt.com
So folks seemed to enjoy last week's crowdfunding picks post, and the Saturday morning time slot seemed to work, so we'll stick with it. Still not sure on a name, but someone suggested "awesome stuff," and it's hard to argue with that. I reserve the right to change it at...
Awesome Stuff: Rethinking The Mouse (Finally!)
Google Chrome update lets you share tabs across devices

Networking Startup Nicira Wants To Mess Up Cisco and Juniper's Business

allthingsd.com
For the last several months I’ve been tracking the movements of Nicira, a startup company that has been operating in stealth mode, but which has been raising eyebrows mainly for the people it has hired: Bruce Davie, described by some as a networking industry Demigod from Cisco Systems, Alan Cohen...
Networking Startup Nicira Wants To Mess Up Cisco and Juniper's Business

Find your own private Internet with Freenet

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Anonymous peer-to-peer communication on the Internet isn't just a handy tool for privacy enthusiasts; it's critical for preserving free speech in the digital world. Anonymous file-sharing services like BitTorrent are legion, but their utility is limited--you can share only files--and their reputations are unfairly tarnished by people who use...
Find your own private Internet with Freenet

Google hit with patent claim over Google Drive

gigaom.com
The growing popularity of cloud technology is attracting not just users but patent lawsuits too. The latest example is a suit against Google that claims the company’s Drive and Docs products violate a 1999 software patent. In a suit filed in Houston federal court, Superspeed LLC is claiming it owns...
Google hit with patent claim over Google Drive

Windows 7 to Windows 8: The system's biggest improvements

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The most talked-about issue in the lead-up to Microsoft's launch of Windows 8 is the new Start screen, featuring the Modern UI. But Windows 8 has much more to offer than just a revamped interface. The operating system includes fundamental enhancements, such as better multiple-monitor setups, an overhauled Windows Explorer,...
Windows 7 to Windows 8: The system's biggest improvements

Ubuntu 10.04 to Include Built-In MP3 Store [Ubuntu]

lifehacker.com
Looking to further its mission of making your software, and your media, free of restrictions, Ubuntu is bundling an Ubuntu One Music Store into 10.04, the next release of the Linux operating system due out in April. The store uses 7Digital as its provider, likely due to its greater international...
Ubuntu 10.04 to Include Built-In MP3 Store [Ubuntu]

magicJack: Cheap, Way Overhyped, But Really Works [Personal Technology]

ptech.allthingsd.com
When I see a high-tech product that’s advertised mainly via frequent hard-sell TV ads, as if it were a diet pill, I tend to assume it can’t be very good, especially if its price is absurdly low. So, I haven’t paid much attention to a product called magicJack, a small...
magicJack: Cheap, Way Overhyped, But Really Works [Personal Technology]
Nok Nok gets $15M to use your device's hardware to identify you

Scandinavian video-on-demand firm Voddler now lets users buy movies, access them everywhere

thenextweb.com
Here’s an interesting one: Stockholm, Sweden-based video-on-demand (VOD) company Voddler has expanded its service, giving customers the ability to purchase movies and download them on their computers – or simply store them in the cloud to watch them from anywhere. The ‘Netflix of Scandinavia’, which allows people in Sweden, Norway,...
Scandinavian video-on-demand firm Voddler now lets users buy movies, access them everywhere

Google Chrome learning to sync your theme -- and just about everything else

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Filed under: Google, Browsers Google Chrome can already sync your bookmarks, but soon just about everything you tweak which makes your browser yours will be synchronized as well. A change has landed in the Chromium source code which adds initial support for theme syncing to Chrome. Other settings -- your...
Google Chrome learning to sync your theme -- and just about everything else
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