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A good phone gets better: multi-window apps for Galaxy S III

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Samsung shared details of its Premium Suite software upgrade for the Galaxy S III handset on Friday, highlighting seven new features for the company’s best-selling handset. Many are already available on the Galaxy Note 2, where they benefit from the bigger screen. Perhaps surprisingly, however, Samsung is bringing the unique...
A good phone gets better: multi-window apps for Galaxy S III

With SaaS, it's not just about your apps -- it's how you connect those apps, too

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Enterprise applications have long been a means for companies to gain competitive advantage. The process would go something like this: The better the information and process flows, the more efficient the business, which in turn lowered the cost of doing business, which then created a competitive advantage. Demand for this...
With SaaS, it's not just about your apps -- it's how you connect those apps, too
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note to launch with Android 4.0 'in the coming weeks'

Report: AppleCare extended warranty could become subscription-based

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It's been a big week for subscriptions: Adobe announced that its Creative Suite software would be entirely replaced by the subscription-only Creative Cloud service, and now a report from AppleInsider claims that Apple will be replacing or augmenting its AppleCare and AppleCare+ extended warranty plans this fall with a...
Report: AppleCare extended warranty could become subscription-based

Adobe users to Adobe: take your cloud and shove it

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Some users of Adobe’s Creative Suite software aren’t taking the company’s planned move to the cloud laying down. A petition posted on Change.org Monday after Adobe announced a shift to all-cloud delivery of new Creative Suite features and versions has 3,000 signatures as of Thursday. Creative Suite — a bundle of software...
Adobe users to Adobe: take your cloud and shove it

Apax Partners buys stake in security company Sophos for $400M

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Private equity firm Apax Partners is buying a 70 percent stake in security firm Sophos for more than $400 million plus debt assumption. The deal values Sophos at $830 million. Boston-based Sophos is No. 3 in the security and data protection suite software business, behind only Symantec and McAfee....
Apax Partners buys stake in security company Sophos for $400M

Adobe reveals more CS6 & Creative Cloud details ahead of Monday’s event

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Adobe revealed new details today about the latest versions of its ultra popular line of design software, Creative Suite 6, which features speed improvements, user interface updates, and an emphasis on working in the cloud. In addition to a worth new version of the company’s staple program Photoshop, the...
Adobe reveals more CS6 & Creative Cloud details ahead of Monday’s event

SAP ports its Business Suite software to the HANA in-memory database

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SAP's flagship Business Suite ERP (enterprise resource planning) software is now able to run on top of the vendor's HANA in-memory database, in a move that stands to open new frontiers of competition with the likes of Oracle, IBM and Microsoft....
SAP ports its Business Suite software to the HANA in-memory database
Apple subsidiary still not patching "security" software that is making Dell, Samsung, Lenovo PCs vulnerable
Adobe acquihires design agency Ideacodes to boost talent in Creative Cloud

Galaxy Note ICS upgrade pushed back to Q2, adds exclusive set of stylus-ready apps (video)

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Unfortunately, Samsung's Galaxy Note won't join the Galaxy S II with its own upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich in Q1 as originally announced, since the company has now scheduled its arrival for Q2. It will however, arrive worldwide as part of a "Premium Suite" software upgrade packed with exclusive...
Galaxy Note ICS upgrade pushed back to Q2, adds exclusive set of stylus-ready apps (video)
Galaxy Note Android 4.0 update to bring exclusive stylus-ready apps, coming in Q2 [video]

Apple’s Collateral Damage: RIM, Adobe?

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Research in Motion (RIMM) and Adobe Systems (ADBE) could be among the disadvantaged parties in the wake of Apple’s (AAPL) big news day, according to some reports. Town Hall Investment Research notes that RIM’s leadership in the enterprise market is at greater risk thanks to some of the improvements Apple...
Apple’s Collateral Damage: RIM, Adobe?

SAP Takes Its Dump-Oracle Campaign To The Next Level (SAP)

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Oracle's been selling business software to its database customers for years. Now SAP has struck back in a big way, announcing that its flagship Business Suite software, used by companies to crunch financials and manage operations, now runs on SAP's own Hana database. That means that these customers can leave...
SAP Takes Its Dump-Oracle Campaign To The Next Level (SAP)
Android this week: Snapseed arrives; Galaxy S III update coming; PC-less MP3 is here

Adobe Creative Cloud will get you CS6, Lightroom 4, 20GB storage for $50/month

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Adobe Creative Cloud, a forthcoming service that will let you license Adobe’s highly sought-after Creative Suite and give users a plethora of cloud-based extras, now has a price tag: $50 per month with a required one-year contract. Creative Cloud was introduced at the annual Adobe Max conference this past...
Adobe Creative Cloud will get you CS6, Lightroom 4, 20GB storage for $50/month
Adobe is killing Creative Suite; here's why
Photoshop Touch for iPad now available for $9.99

Belle update arrives for compatible Nokia Symbian phones (video)

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The latest reformation of Symbian has started to appear for compatible handsets -- and it's arrived a few days earlier than planned. MyNokiaBlog has already began the upgrade process on its N8, through the Nokia Suite software. (Update: Nokia's now officially announced the release.) Belle will furnish your smartphone...
Belle update arrives for compatible Nokia Symbian phones (video)

Microsoft: Office won't go subscription-only any time soon

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Earlier this week, Adobe announced that it would be discontinuing the boxed versions of its Creative Suite software. The only way to purchase that software from now on will be through a subscription to the company's Creative Cloud service, which can cost anywhere from $20 a month to $75...
Microsoft: Office won't go subscription-only any time soon

Adobe Announces New Creative Cloud Apps, Abandons Creative Suite

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Adobe has decided to focus its resources on Creative Cloud and will not continue development on its Creative Suite software, reports The Next Web. While Creative Suite 6 will continue to be supported in regards to bug fixes, there will be no further updates and no Creative Suite 7. Instead,...
Adobe Announces New Creative Cloud Apps, Abandons Creative Suite

Adobe shows-off Creative Cloud and CS6 features at launch event

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To promote the release of its Creative Cloud subscription service and the latest version of its Creative Suite software collection, CS6, Adobe hosted a flashy launch event at the de Young Museum in San Francisco Monday. While most of the big news about the new Adobe Creative Suite 6 and...
Adobe shows-off Creative Cloud and CS6 features at launch event

7 new features Galaxy S III smartphones can look forward to

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Last week, Samsung provided some details of an upcoming software upgrade for its Galaxy S III smartphone. On Monday, the company told the rest of the story, sharing information on seven additional features that will be part of the Premium Suite software bundle. Although the Galaxy S III is a...
7 new features Galaxy S III smartphones can look forward to

Adobe to cut off boxed sales of Creative Suite, Acrobat

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Adobe has confirmed plans to halt boxed sales of its Creative Suite software, as well as Acrobat. "As Adobe continues to focus on delivering world-class innovation through Creative Cloud and digital fulfillment, we will be phasing out shrink-wrapped, boxed versions of Creative Suite and Acrobat products," an official statement reads....
Adobe to cut off boxed sales of Creative Suite, Acrobat

Oracle again waives extended support fees for E-Business Suite

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Oracle has given customers running version 12.0 of its E-Business Suite software a reprieve from extended support fees, which would have kicked in this month, increasing the maintenance payments they were already making....
Oracle again waives extended support fees for E-Business Suite

HP names new COO, taps outsider to lead software unit

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HP’s Bill Veghte Last week, HP CEO Meg Whitman tapped Bill Veghte to take over the company’s “disappointing” Autonomy business unit.  This week, the company named Veghte as its new COO and brought in George Kadifa of Silver Lake Partners to spearhead software. All of this is in service of fixing...
HP names new COO, taps outsider to lead software unit
Adobe Just Killed Your Ability To Pirate Photoshop

Oracle Again Waives Extended Support Fees for E-Business Suite

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Oracle has given customers running version 12.0 of its E-Business Suite software a reprieve from extended support fees, which would have kicked in this month......
Oracle Again Waives Extended Support Fees for E-Business Suite
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