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5 Ways To Fix The iPhone 4's Antenna Problem
Having trouble with the signal performance of your iPhone 4? Here are five ways to solve the "death grip" problem, plus some recommendations for Apple.
• Consumer Reports Won't 'Recommend' iPhone 4
• Apple: Wrong Formula To Blame For iPhone Woes
• 'Antennagate' Could Cost Apple $900 Million
Phone Wars: Choose Your Weapon
A slew of new devices from HTC, Motorola, Apple; more coming when Windows Phone 7 ships; rumors of new BlackBerry handsets. Here's a guide to evaluating the combatants.
Intel Reports Best Quarter Ever
Strong server demand in enterprises and small businesses reflects the growth of the Internet and the build-out of cloud computing capacity.
Microsoft Employee From Russia Linked To Spy Ring
The company says the software tester didn't compromise any data or systems.
Homeland Security's Fourth ERP Attempt Foundering
The Transformation and Systems Consolidation, intended to create an integrated financial, asset management and acquisition management system, has suffered from incomplete planning, poor oversight, inspector general finds.
Apple Must Offer Free iPhone Fix, Watchdog Says
Consumer Reports believes Apple's response to device's antenna problem is inadequate and that a no-charge repair should be forthcoming.
Droid X To Be Plentiful During Thursday's Launch
In order to boost consumer confidence, Verizon Wireless has made it very clear that there will be enough Droid X Android handsets on hand for the July 15 launch.
iTunes Users Want Music Subscription Service
A minimum monthly fee of $10 for either streaming music or access to their personal music libraries on multiple devices appeals to upwards of 7 million iTunes users, according to NPD Group.
CIOs, Others React To Meaningful Use Final Rule
Most healthcare stakeholders are reacting positively, so far, to the feds' meaningful use final rule, but not everyone is pleased.
NIST Proposes Tracking Cyber Attacks Via Web Services
Software could track and then reconstruct cyber attacks carried out against web services to help organizations understand their vulnerabilities, according to scientists with the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Apple Buys Online Mapping Company Poly9
The deal deepens Apple's commitment to geo-technology and suggests future map-related competition with Google and Microsoft.
Pay For Computer Science Grads Tops $61,000
By Chris Murphy
Average pay for a computer science grad took a bit of a hit -- down .5% -- but still stands at a healthy $61,112. That's 21% more than the typical finance major.
VARs Help Businesses Build 'Smarter Planet'
By Michele Pepe-Warren
Perhaps you've heard that most of the box-office buzz this past weekend was around a 3-D animated film from Universal Studios called "Despicable Me," the tale of Gru and his planned ascent to super-villainy. You're probably thinking this is just another kids' film that's going to rake in a lot of cash. No big whoop, right? But this one's different.
More Vulnerabilities Coming At Us More Quickly: Secunia
By Keith Ferrell
The number of PC vulnerabilities is going up, and going up fast, according to security firm Secunia. The first six months of 2010 witnessed close to 400 detected vulnerabilities. 2009 saw 420 for the whole year.
UK Company Adopts Google Apps, Gmail To Collaborate
By Charles Babcock
A UK pest control company with an international presence has standardized on Google Gmail and Google Apps as a way to tie together a diverse company in 50 countries. "This was never about cost reduction. It was about collaboration," said CIO Bryan Kinsella at the Cloud Computing World Forum in London.
More Windows Phone 7 Details
By Ed Hansberry
Microsoft has had a number of cloud services for Windows Mobile and/or PC's and as Windows Phone 7 nears release, some of those services are getting a facelift to better match them with a mobile lifestyle.
Google Launches Ultrafast Broadband Community Site
By Thomas Claburn
Google isn't yet ready to announce which community or communities will receive the gift of ultrafast broadband -- that's coming later this year.
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