TODAY'S TOP STORY
Apple iPad 2 Goes On Sale
Apple's second-generation iPad has coaxed buyers to purchase online as well as gather at retail shops around the country.
• iPad 2 Sales Projected To Soar
• Profound Disconnects At The Apple iPad2 Announcement
• 5 Reasons Not To Buy A Subsidized Tablet
Microsoft Exec Says Cloud Strategy Is Right On Track
Office Division president Kurt DelBene details customer wins, Office 2010 sales gains and software-as-a-service imperatives headed into 2012.
Apple Ends In-App Purchase Grace Period
To placate parents and lawmakers, password authorization is now required for every item purchased in an iOS app.
Global CIO: Saving Lives And Changing The World Via NPower
About 30 world-class CIOs and some top IT companies are helping nonprofits unleash the power of technology in partnership with a marvelous organization called NPower.
Windows Phone 7 Copy-And-Paste Patch Delayed
Microsoft is hoping to avoid a repeat of the buggy installation process that plagued a previous update to its mobile OS.
iPhone, BlackBerry Hacked At Pwn2Own Contest
Android and Windows 7 Phone remain untested at the competition.
SSA Gets Kudos For Online Claims Application
According to an Inspector General report, 198 of 200 applicants polled said their experience filing retirement benefits on the Web was good or better.
Foursquare, Amex Partner On Offer Program At SXSW
The pilot program lets South by Southwest Interactive attendees link personal American Express accounts and Foursquare profiles to easily redeem merchant offers without coupons or codes.
Nurses With IT Skills Growing In Importance
As technology plays a larger role in the healthcare setting, nurse informaticists see increasing demand, responsibility, and compensation, finds HIMSS study.
Nimbula Readies Cloud OS Launch
Director operating system will enable providers to build out a cloud infrastructure like Amazon's EC2, then extend it with their own brand of added services, the firm announced at Cloud Connect.