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Review: Office 365 turns up the heat

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Latest blend of Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync servers in the cloud combines an excellent feature set with easier setup and management...
Review: Office 365 turns up the heat

Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant

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Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant: Larry Dignan for ZDNet: Microsoft's second quarter results were a mixed bag relative to estimates as its enterprise products fared well, but details about Surface units, hidden within the Windows division, were largely missing in action. The second quarter was all about Windows...
Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant

Windows Phone 7.8 firmware upgrade spotted on Nokia servers

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Windows Phone updates for a number of Nokia handsets have appeared on the company's servers. The upgrade from Windows Phone 7.5 to 7.8 for the Lumia 610, Lumia 710, and Lumia 900 have been sighted on the server, complete with region-specific versions for each handset, though a formal update has...
Windows Phone 7.8 firmware upgrade spotted on Nokia servers

Cloud Computing Pushes Vendors to Seek New Roles in IT Value Chain

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Cloud adoption means that companies are increasingly signing pay-as-you-go SLAs and renting servers. This means traditional software and hardware vendors must dramatically reconsider their business models, columnist Bernard Golden says....
Cloud Computing Pushes Vendors to Seek New Roles in IT Value Chain

LinkedIn wins dismissal of lawsuit over massive password breach

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Professional social networking service LinkedIn won the dismissal of a lawsuit seeking damages on behalf of premium users who had their log-in passwords exposed as a result of a security breach of the company's servers last year....
LinkedIn wins dismissal of lawsuit over massive password breach
Galaxy Nexus And Nexus 7 Owners: You Can Manually Update To Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Now

EA making progress fixing SimCity problems

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Electronic Arts isn't able to say Game On quite yet to all SimCity fans, but it says it has made "huge progress" fixing problems that tarnished the March 5 release. Its servers are now responding 40 times faster than at launch while the franchise is seeing reduced downtimes. While the server...
EA making progress fixing SimCity problems

Bomberman gets unofficial web-based version, crams in up to 1,000 online players

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This is about to ruin any hopes you had of a productive day. Bombermine, an unofficial version of SNES throwback, Super Bomberman, is a web-based gift that lets you face-off against up to 1,000 players in a single game. Borrowing the same scoresheet setup of a first-person shooter, you'll...
Bomberman gets unofficial web-based version, crams in up to 1,000 online players

The Great Netflix Christmas Outage Is Thankfully Over

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The great Netflix outage of Christmas 2012 is thankfully over, according to a tweet from the company. The service went down last night, during arguably one of the worst possible times ever, when many people stuck at home with their families would hope to seek a little refuge in...
The Great Netflix Christmas Outage Is Thankfully Over
Unsecured passwords, photos, and other files found on Amazon's cloud

For Dell, Consolidation Is Innovation

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Dell just announced a unified system of servers, storage, networking and software that employs technology from several of the companies it has purchased in the last few years. Having so many new products, the company argues, saves it from supporting legacy businesses with its R&D....
For Dell, Consolidation Is Innovation

Fusion-io brings Fusion ioScale SSD to small, speedy server clusters

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Fusion-io has made a name for its Fusion ioScale solid-state drives by selling them to the largest of enterprises -- the sort that crave thousands of servers. Not everyone wants that level of computing muscle, though, which is why the pro-grade storage firm is now selling the Fusion ioScale...
Fusion-io brings Fusion ioScale SSD to small, speedy server clusters

Google Cloud Messaging now part of Google Play Services

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More goodies for devs here at I/O: Google just announced that Google Cloud Messaging -- the push-notification system that debuted last year -- is now a part of its Google Play Services, and it will get three new features, to boot. These include "persistent connections," which should help push...
Google Cloud Messaging now part of Google Play Services
PlayStation Network hacker sentenced to year in prison

Whatsapp Given A Privacy Hosedown By Canadian And Dutch Regulators

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The messaging app transmits all contact numbers from a smartphone to its servers without deleting non-users. A joint investigation by Dutch and Canadian privacy regulators has found that Whatsapp, the photo-sharing, messaging and all things social app has been storing non-users' contact data on its servers. Although there is...
Whatsapp Given A Privacy Hosedown By Canadian And Dutch Regulators

Intel Steps Up to Embrace New Compact Servers

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Intel makes a lot of money from selling chips, but few markets are as lucrative as processors for server systems. The company on Tuesday announced its latest move to turn a potential threat to that franchise into an opportunity....
Intel Steps Up to Embrace New Compact Servers

QNX builds in-car speech framework with AT&T's Watson, knows our true intentions

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QNX wants to put an end to in-car voice systems that require an awkward-sounding syntax to get the job done. As part of its CES launches, it's rolling out a framework for its speech recognition technology leaning on AT&T's Watson engine. By offloading the phrase interpretation to AT&T's servers,...
QNX builds in-car speech framework with AT&T's Watson, knows our true intentions
Clover picks up $3.3M to send payments out into the field

Keep Megaupload out of our server seizure case, US lawyers say

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When the US government shut down file-sharing site Megaupload, it also grabbed the service's US-based servers, located at Carpathia Hosting and other companies. That inspired legal demands from Kyle Goodwin, an Ohio man who makes his living videotaping high school sports events, and wants his files back. But the...
Keep Megaupload out of our server seizure case, US lawyers say

Nest Founder Matt Rogers Details Future Plans For Their Digital Thermostat, International Expansion In The Works

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Matt Rogers is the Founder and VP of Engineering at Nest and brought his latest thermostat – a steel-clad beauty with improved design and sensor placement – to our stage at CES 2013. This year at Nest has been full of changes. The company launched a new version in...
Nest Founder Matt Rogers Details Future Plans For Their Digital Thermostat, International Expansion In The Works

SingleHop launches Public Cloud to give customers "elastic" cloud infrastructure

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SingleHop, a Chicago-based infrastructure-as-a-service startup that manages some 12,000 servers for 5,000 clients, is today launching the SingleHop Public Cloud service. The service will allow SingleHop customers to utilize the VMWare cloud platform without having to deal with all of the technical aspects of its back-end — SingleHop is...
SingleHop launches Public Cloud to give customers "elastic" cloud infrastructure

SimCity launch debacle drags on, as EA disables features

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Even if you have little interest in SimCity, it's worth paying attention to the messy launch of the series' long-awaited reboot. Like it or not, this is the future of large-scale video games. For three days now, players have complained of issues connecting with the SimCity's servers. One report...
SimCity launch debacle drags on, as EA disables features

No strategy shift ahead for ARM, incoming CEO says

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Simon Segars, who will take over from Warren East as chief executive this summer, tells CNET the company will continue to focus on growing in the phone market, as well as expanding in new areas such as servers, networking, and other smart devices. [Read more]...
No strategy shift ahead for ARM, incoming CEO says

How Totally Paranoid People Stay Safe Online

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It's more important than ever to make smart decisions about your privacy online. You don't have to get carried away with it, but you could probably stand to use some of the same tools that security-obsessed folks use every day. Here are some utilities to help keep your identity to...
How Totally Paranoid People Stay Safe Online

Report: NSA, FBI collecting content from Google, Facebook, other services

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The U.S. National Security Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation have access to servers at Google, Facebook and other major Internet services, collecting audio, video, e-mail and other content for surveillance, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.The surveillance is taking place under a classified program called PRISM, which was...
Report: NSA, FBI collecting content from Google, Facebook, other services

iTwin Connect updated with Mac support, offers inter-OS personal VPNs

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Back in 2009, we might have been a little, well, acerbic in our reaction to the initial iTwin. Yet here we are in good ole 2013, and the plucky USB networking key is alive and well. In fact, it was CES when we saw its latest incarnation -- iTwin...
iTwin Connect updated with Mac support, offers inter-OS personal VPNs

South Korea probes 'massive' cyberattack

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An online attack by a group called "Whois Team" downed servers at TV broadcasters and banks. Police are investigating the incident amid speculation North Korea may be involved. [Read more]...
South Korea probes 'massive' cyberattack

Yahoo Japan says 22 million user IDs may have been stolen

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Yahoo Japan, the country's largest Web portal, said up to 22 million user IDs may have been leaked during a hack that was discovered last week.The company emphasized that the IDs are already public information, and no passwords or other private data were affected. Yahoo Japan IDs are used...
Yahoo Japan says 22 million user IDs may have been stolen

Feedly promises 'seamless' transition after Google Reader to its own backend

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If you (like many of us at Engadget) are in a state of shock facing the end of Google Reader this summer, there may be an easy replacement. RSS app/service Feedly posts on its blog that it has been anticipating the shutdown of Google's service for some time, and...
Feedly promises 'seamless' transition after Google Reader to its own backend

Would you use a cloud-based version of Windows?

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It's been two years since Chromebooks running Google's Chrome OS appeared on store shelves. So far, Google's plan--to turn your Web browser into an operating system and websites into desktop-app replacements--does not appear to be catching on But what if instead of accessing just websites, Chromebooks connected to a...
Would you use a cloud-based version of Windows?
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